Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG) Make Moves in Internet Space

Apple (AAPL) is reportedly working to include Apple Pay in its Safari browser in time for holiday shopping in the fourth quarter, Investor’s Business Daily reported.

The move would simplify the mobile online checkout process for iPhone users, which could be a threat to similar offerings from PayPal (PYPL) and Amazon (AMZN).

Alphabet (GOOG)-owned Google has been building its answer to Facebook (FB) Live and Twitter’s (TWTR) Periscope with its own live-streaming app, YouTube Connect, according toVentureBeat.

The timeline for YouTube Connect isn’t clear, but a release before Google’s developer conference in May is possible.

AAPL and GOOG are Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor stocks.

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