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WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Driverless Cars Tap the Brakes After Years of Hype
The hype that has consumed the nascent driverless car industry over the past few years has moved into a new period of cautious optimism.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Netflix Reports Paid Customers Rise on Strength Overseas
Netflix reported a jump in paid subscribers in the fourth quarter, exceeding its own expectations for growth by drawing in more customers in international markets even as domestic growth slowed.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

U.S. Weaponizes Its Criminal Courts in Fight Against China and Huawei
The federal pursuit of theft charges adds pressure on Chinese tech giant Huawei by further involving the criminal-justice system in the fight against China's alleged encroachment on intellectual property.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Johnson & Johnson to Use Apple Watch App for Heart-Health Study
A new partnership between Johnson & Johnson and Apple using an app on the Apple watch aims to detect irregular heart rhythms of people with atrial fibrillation before life-threatening events can occur.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Microsoft's Answer to Seattle's Housing Issue: $500 Million
Microsoft pledged $500 million to support affordable housing in the Seattle area, an effort to address concern that technology companies' financial success has pushed less wealthy people out of their communities.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Facebook Pulls More Russia-Linked Accounts
Facebook said it had removed pages and accounts linked to what it said were two Russia-based misinformation campaigns, the latest step in the social-media company's effort to prevent misuse of its service.

WSJ Technology
Jan 17, 2019

Industrial Exoskeletons Give Workers a Lift
Ford, Boeing, Toyota and others are equipping workers with wearable devices that enhance strength and endurance. "Iron Man"-style powered suits could be next.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Huawei Targeted in Criminal Probe for Alleged Theft of Trade Secrets
American prosecutors are pursuing a criminal investigation of China's Huawei Technologies for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S. business partners.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

WeWork's CEO Makes Millions as Landlord to WeWork
The CEO of WeWork has made millions by leasing multiple properties in which he has an ownership stake back to WeWork, one of the country's most valuable startups.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

'They Own the System': Amazon Rewrites Book Industry by Marching Into Publishing
The online retail giant, the world's largest public company, commands an unrivaled customer base for the books, ebooks and audiobooks it publishes. As a result, it's jolting the publishing industry, creating instant best sellers out of self-published writers and pushing down earnings for others.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Sorry I Forgot Your Birthday, I've Stopped Checking Facebook
Facebook gives you a daily reminder of your friends' special day. Now that people are deactivating their accounts or taking breaks, those key dates are getting forgotten. ‘It was pretty awkward. But how would I have known?'

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Sprint Vows to Wind Down Location Sharing
Sprint says it will stop piping individual customers' real-time locations to data middlemen following similar moves by rivals last week.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Razr Returns With a Foldable Screen and $1,500 Price
The once-popular thin flip phone, rendered obsolete by the iPhone, will be reintroduced as a device made by Lenovo's Motorola Mobility unit and marketed by Verizon. It's expected to be sold in the U.S. as soon as February.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Fiserv to Acquire First Data in $22 Billion All-Stock Deal
Fiserv is acquiring First Data in a transaction valued at $22 billion, a deal that would combine two companies that focus on payments and financial-services technology.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Apple's Guidance on Its Services Revenue Left Analysts With More Questions
Apple this month sparked confusion and frustration among analysts and investors trying to decipher the performance of the company's services business, fanning lingering concerns about transparency at one of the world's most closely watched companies.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Lime Looks to Peddle Its Bicycles in Australia
Lime, which counts Uber Technologies Inc. as an investor, hopes cyclists will embrace its shared electric bikes and scooters in Australia, a market that has proved tough for several ‘dockless' bike-sharing companies.

WSJ Technology
Jan 16, 2019

Huawei's Mysterious Founder Denies Spying for China, Praises Trump
The founder and CEO of Huawei said his company has never spied for the Chinese government—and never would—as he made a rare public appearance following the arrest of his daughter in Canada.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

How to Make Money Trading: Hack Into SEC, Peek at 157 Secret Earnings Reports
According to a government complaint, a hacker and his associates spent six months rooting around the SEC's corporate-filing system. The disclosures of how the hack worked is a black eye for the agency, which is itself responsible for policing companies' cyber defenses.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

Snap Finance Chief Joins Executive Exodus
Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone is leaving after less than a year on the job, the latest in a string of executive departures at the social-media company.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

Netflix Raises Prices on All of Its Subscription Plans
Netflix is raising prices on all of its subscription plans, with the streaming service's most popular plan increasing to $13 a month from $11, and the base plan rising to $9 a month from $8.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

Germany Dismisses Qualcomm's Latest Patent Suit Against Apple
A German court dismissed a patent suit from Qualcomm against Apple, the first setback in the country for the chip maker in recent weeks amid a dispute that has resulted in the ban of some iPhone sales in China and Germany.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

NBA Inks Billion-Dollar Deal With Maker of 2K Videogame
Videogame maker Take-Two Interactive Software will pay the National Basketball Association and its players' union up to $1.1 billion over seven years.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

Amazon's Arrival Puts the Heat on the FDNY
The fire department is considering reopening a firehouse that was closed 15 years ago, anticipating that the tech giant's new Long Island City campus will strain department resources.

WSJ Technology
Jan 15, 2019

India Wants Access to Encrypted WhatsApp Messages
Facebook's WhatsApp is facing pressure in India to let authorities trace and read the encrypted messages of its more than 200 million Indian users in a new attempt at constraining global tech giants.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Apple Rattled Markets With China Warning. Who's Next?
After iPhone-maker Apple blamed much of its revenue slump on the country's slowing economy, the focus shifts to Starbucks, Nike and others with big exposure.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Robot Hotel Loses Love for Robots
The robot revolution will have to wait at the Henn na Hotel in Japan, which is laying off low-performing droids after they created more work by annoying and confusing guests and piling up in the repair shop.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Spy Charges Put Huawei's European Ambitions in Jeopardy
Polish officials are debating how to defuse any potential security threats related to Huawei after the bombshell arrest of an employee.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

NBCUniversal to Offer Streaming
The Comcast unit said the ad-supported streaming video service will be free for pay-TV subscribers, adding to a plethora of coming options for consumers.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

FAA Proposes More Drone Operations at Night, Over Crowds
Federal air-safety regulators for the first time proposed allowing small drones to routinely fly over crowds of people and at night.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Suit Says Airbnb Used in $20 Million Illegal Hotel Scheme
A Manhattan residential brokerage was the hub of an illegal short-term rental scheme—primarily using listings on Airbnb—that earned more than $20 million over three years, according to a lawsuit by New York City officials.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Autonomous Vehicle Startup Zoox Picks Intel Executive as New CEO
Zoox has named veteran Intel executive Aicha Evans its new CEO, recruiting a seasoned manager to replace its ousted founder as the startup attempts to reinvent the car.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Alibaba Confident in China Sales Despite 'Troubling Headwinds'
"This is a market that requires patience," Alibaba President J. Michael Evans told the National Retail Federation's annual trade show in New York on Monday. "But if you think about where the country is going in the long-term…The future I think looks very good, notwithstanding some troubling headwinds."

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Cadillac, Tesla and the Long Road to Cheap Electric Vehicles
Tesla isn't the only one struggling to make a cheap electric vehicle: General Motors has decided to hitch its EV strategy to a Cadillac. Mass-market EVs will eventually transform the U.S. auto industry—but not quite yet.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Apple's Pain Isn't Xiaomi's Gain
The Chinese smartphone maker's model of selling cheap handsets may not work out even though China's economy is slowing.

WSJ Technology
Jan 14, 2019

Cloud Should Shine for Amazon, Microsoft Earnings
Can Amazon.com and Microsoft keep their cloud businesses growing strong? It's the new $1.6 trillion question.

WSJ Technology
Jan 13, 2019

In Fast-Aging Japan, Elder Care Is a High-Tech Pursuit
The demand for senior care is driving innovation and spawning startups in Japan, a country with one of the world's fastest-growing elderly populations—and a tight labor market.

WSJ Technology
Jan 12, 2019

Huawei Fires Executive Charged in Poland With Espionage
Chinese telecom company Huawei fired a sales director who was arrested in Poland on espionage charges, saying he brought it "into disrepute."

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Apple Plans Three New iPhones This Year, Plays Catch-Up on Cameras
Apple is planning to release three new iPhone models again this fall, including one with a triple rear camera.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

SpaceX to Cut 10% of Workforce
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to reduce its workforce by 10%, or roughly 600 employees, even as the company seeks to ramp up ambitious projects.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

T-Mobile, AT&T Pledge to Stop Location Sharing by End of March
T-Mobile US and AT&T said they would stop feeding individual customers' real-time locations to data middlemen after a report suggested the sensitive information is easy to pull without users' consent

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

After the Smartphone: The Race for the Next Big Thing
Venture-capital investors are spraying money into fields like virtual reality, driverless cars and even implants in the brain.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Huawei Executive Is Charged With Espionage in Poland
Polish authorities detained and charged a local sales director of Huawei, a Chinese national, with conducting high-level espionage on behalf of China, amid widening global scrutiny of the technology giant.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

5G, Robot Delivery Dogs and a Google Ad Blitz: What CMOs Found at CES
Talk of next-generation data-transmission speeds was a main focus for marketers at this week's CES technology show in Las Vegas.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Slack Plans to Follow Spotify on Unconventional IPO Route
Slack is planning to go public through a direct listing, potentially making it the second big technology company after Spotify to bypass a traditional IPO.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

The Art of the Public Divorce Announcement
Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos' Twitter statement announcing their divorce "after a long period of loving exploration" provides a road map for couples navigating a breakup in the social media era.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Trump Promises New Rules for Skilled-Worker Visas Soon
President Trump sought to assure holders of skilled-worker visas that changes were soon coming that would afford them certainty and a potential path to U.S. citizenship.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Walgreens Tests Digital Cooler Doors With Cameras to Target You With Ads
The refrigerator and freezer doors act as a digital merchandising platform that depicts the food and drinks inside in their best light, but also as an in-store billboard that can serve ads to consumers who approach, based on variables such as the approximate age the technology believes they are, their gender and the weather.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

Amazon's IMDb Launches Free Streaming-Video Service
Amazon.com launched its first advertising-supported streaming-video channel, the e-commerce giant's latest effort to grab a larger share of the ad market.

WSJ Technology
Jan 11, 2019

No Foot Fetishes or Affairs: China Censors Crack Down on Short Videos
Short-video platforms that have exploded in popularity in China will face more explicit censorship after an industry group banned content like defaming Chinese leaders to encouraging extramarital affairs.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

America's Electric Grid Has a Vulnerable Back Door---and Russia Walked Through It
A Wall Street Journal reconstruction of the worst known hack into the nation's power system reveals attacks on hundreds of small contractors. The hackers then worked their way up the supply chain. Some experts believe two dozen or more utilities ultimately were breached.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

How the U.S. Can Protect Corporate America's Tech Secrets From China
There are specific measures that U.S. negotiators can pursue to slam the brakes on China's intellectual-property theft and what trade observers view as the forced transfer of technology.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

Samsung to Show Off Its New Foldable Phone in February
Samsung Electronics plans to unveil its 10th anniversary flagship phone lineup and show a fully functional foldable-screen handset at Feb. 20 events in San Francisco and London.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

U.S. Stops Some Exports From Huawei's Silicon Valley Unit
The Chinese telecommunications giant has been unable to send home certain technologies from research-and-development unit Futurewei, after the Commerce Department signaled it wouldn't renew a Futurewei export license.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

Activision Blizzard Splits With 'Destiny' Studio
The videogame publisher is cutting ties with Bungie, the studio behind one of its biggest hits, a surprise move that dented its stock and added to questions about the company's 2019 release slate.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

Google Nears Win in Europe Over 'Right to Be Forgotten'
Alphabet's Google and other search engines shouldn't be forced to apply the European Union's "right to be forgotten" beyond the bloc's borders, an adviser to the EU's top court argued.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

Apple's Pressing Challenge: Build Its Services Business
Apple has held out its services unit, which includes the App Store, as a bright spot in an outlook dimmed by soft demand for the iPhone. But the services business faces challenges too.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

New York City Alleges Illegal Airbnb Hotel Ring in Manhattan
City officials accuse a company of allowing a group of hosts to operate a network of illegal short-term rentals at buildings the firm owns in Manhattan.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

An Online Tool to Catch Workplace Sexual Predators
The nonprofit Callisto is bringing its digital reporting platform to the office. The goal: to identify repeat #MeToo offenders and protect their accusers

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

Apple's Next Move: Be More Like Microsoft
Owning an Apple device used to be the only way to access the company's services and software. Now that Apple is on the defensive, the walled garden may be holding it back from reaching vital audiences.

WSJ Technology
Jan 10, 2019

You & Mr Jones Takes Majority Stake in Internal Marketing Firm
You & Mr Jones, the "brand tech" firm founded by former Havas Chief Executive David Jones, has acquired a majority stake in Inside Ideas, a London-based company that helps brands build their own internal marketing capabilities.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Bezos Divorce Clouds His Stake in Amazon
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, are divorcing after 25 years of marriage, during which Mr. Bezos amassed a personal fortune while building the world's most valuable company.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Beware the 5G Hype: Wireless Rivals Fuel Confusion
U.S. telecom companies have started slapping the 5G label on a smorgasbord of technologies, sowing confusion as they lay the infrastructure for full-fledged mobile 5G wireless service.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Apple's App Store Under Fire in Supreme Court Case
The tech giant's exclusive market for selling iPhone apps came under fire at the Supreme Court, as justices considered whether consumers can proceed with a lawsuit claiming the company has an illegal monopoly.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as Advertising Giant
Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company's data and fearing it as a competitor.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

A New Kind of Lender Secretly Tracks Your Car to Make Sure You Pay Up
In China, a new type of internet loan comes with a catch: lenders can track your car's whereabouts and can seize it if you fail to make payments.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Hey, Mom, Why Do You Have Five TV Remotes?
Young, tech-savvy adults struggle to work the collection of remote control devices at their parents' house; "you'll get picture but not sound."

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Huawei to Complete Network Project Despite Opposition
Chinese telecom giant Huawei will complete construction of an internet network in Papua New Guinea despite opposition from Australia, Japan and the U.S., after the Pacific nation dismissed cyberspying worries.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Facebook on Notice as Vietnam Tightens Grip on Social Media
Just a few days after Vietnam launched its latest campaign against social media with a new cybersecurity law, the communist regime accused Facebook of not taking down antigovernment comments.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Apple's Tim Cook Gets 22% Increase in Pay
Chief Executive Tim Cook received the big boost in compensation for fiscal 2018, when the iPhone maker blew past annual sales and profit goals but faced slowing momentum for its most popular device.

WSJ Technology
Jan 09, 2019

Apple's Answer to Slower iPhone Sales? The Trade In
The tech giant is pushing a trade-in program that often pays more than carriers do to persuade people to exchange older devices.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Apple Gives CEO 22% Increase in Pay
Chief Executive Tim Cook received the big boost in compensation for fiscal 2018, when the iPhone maker blew past annual sales and profit goals but faced slowing momentum for its most popular device.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Facebook, Twitter Turn to Right-Leaning Groups to Help Referee Political Speech
Advisers on touchy issues include Tony Perkins' Family Research Council, Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform and, on the left, the Southern Poverty Law Center. Their involvement behind the scenes, designed to tamp down a furor over social media's policing of content, has instead kicked up a new range of disputes.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Samsung Echoes Apple's Gloomy Outlook as Tech Woes Deepen
Samsung expects its fourth-quarter operating profit will decline 29%, guidance that fell far below analysts' estimates and the latest sign of challenges hitting the tech industry.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Zuckerberg's Personal 2019 Challenge: Talk More About Tech's Problems
Mark Zuckerberg last year boldly announced his personal challenge was to fix Facebook. This year the Facebook CEO and founder is setting a more modest goal. In a blog post, Mr. Zuckerberg said this year he plans to host a series of public discussions on the role of technology in society.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Biotech Proposes Paying for Pricey Drugs by Installment
A Boston-area biotech says it may have a found a way to bring off the expected seven-figure cost of its experimental gene therapy: paying on installment.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

This Really Is the Next Revolution in TV Technology
MicroLED is better looking, more efficient and more versatile than any previous display tech. Now all Samsung, Sony, LG and others have to do is figure out how to manufacture it affordably.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

China Approves DowDuPont's Genetically Modified Soybeans
China's approval of DowDuPont's new genetically modified soybeans will open another front in U.S. farmers' long-running war against hard-to-kill weeds.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Dotdash, Riding Wave of Search Traffic, Acquires New Sites
The publisher, which owns sites including The Spruce and Verywell, is buying two beauty websites, Byrdie and Mydomaine, as annual revenue passes $100 million.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Google to Lease Office Space in a Los Angeles Mall
Google is planning to lease what is currently the Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, the latest deal in which retail sites are seen as appealing locations for companies looking to attract and retain workers.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

German Hacking Arrest Quells Fears Attack Was Foreign Backed
German authorities have arrested a 20-year-old man suspected of being involved in the theft and online posting of data on hundreds of German politicians and other personalities.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Verizon Adds Subscribers as Device Makers Struggle
Verizon Communications continued to expand its base of wireless phone subscribers in the final quarter of 2018, a period in which smartphone makers Apple and Samsung Electronics have warned investors they would fall short of expectations.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Uber CEO Says Market Turmoil Won't Derail IPO Plans
Uber was internally on track to list this year, Dara Khosrowshahi said, having previously said he expected to seek a debut in the second half of 2019 in what would be one of the biggest public offerings planned for the year.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

WeWork Raises Additional Capital From SoftBank
WeWork secured an additional $2 billion from SoftBank Group, a smaller amount than the Japanese company had previously planned to invest in the co-working space provider.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

Nvidia Has Time to Get More Game
Nvidia needs time to get its videogaming business back on track, and fortunately for the chip maker, $76 billion buys a lot of it.

WSJ Technology
Jan 08, 2019

How Estimates of the Gig Economy Went Wrong
Earlier this decade, researchers and journalists fretted that the gig economy was taking over the way people work. When the Labor Department finally studied the question in detail, they concluded the gig economy had scarcely changed the U.S. labor market.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

The Best iPhone Apple Can't Sell
Apple's iPhone XR, introduced as a cheaper alternative to the XS and the XS Max, isn't selling as well as the company had hoped.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Elon Musk's China Factory---Now a Field, Soon a Plant---Aims to Pump Out Its First Tesla This Year
Tesla started construction of its new China factory, the first wholly foreign-owned car plant in the country and crucial to the Californian electric-auto maker's goal to scale up production.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Britain Targets Drone Misuse After Airport Disruptions
The British government plans to bolster counterdrone efforts and expand police enforcement against the misuse of unmanned aircraft after such devices caused massive disruptions at one of the country's largest airports.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Amazon Takes Market Cap Crown
Amazon surpasses Microsoft as the largest U.S. company with a market cap of $797 billion, signaling the tech industry's enduring market dominance even after turbulent months in which investors pummeled their shares.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Netflix Opens Eyes in Hollywood as 'Bird Box' Soars
The horror movie starring Sandra Bullock turned into a cultural and social-media phenomenon after premiering on the streaming-video service on Dec. 21.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Rural America Still Waiting for Phone Calls That Won't Connect
Some residents and businesses in rural America face a perplexing problem: They know people are trying to call their phones and sometimes failing, but they don't know why.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

Virtual Assistants Have Hit a Wall---and It'll Be Years Before They Reach Full Potential
Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant try to take stress out of your morning and bedtime routines, but it still takes too much programming to get everything working together for a smart home of the future.

WSJ Technology
Jan 07, 2019

The Phone That's Failing Apple: iPhone XR
Apple's cheapest new iPhone, the XR, has fallen far short of Apple's expectations, forcing the company to reduce production drastically and cutting into its revenue projections.

WSJ Technology
Jan 06, 2019

Blood Pressure, Baby's Pulse, Sperm Potency: Home Health Devices Are Tracking More Than Ever
On display at the 2019 CES show will be wristbands that check blood pressure, a forehead sleep sensor that detects if you stop breathing and a band for a woman's stomach that tracks an unborn baby's heart rate. But how will the makers of these devices handle all the collected data about our bodies?

WSJ Technology
Jan 06, 2019

Airline Automation Triggers Intensified Debate Over Safety
A fatal October plane crash in Indonesia has revved up debate about the biggest quandary in airline safety: how to meld increasingly sophisticated computer controls with traditional piloting skills.

WSJ Technology
Jan 05, 2019

Your Ice Cream Will Ride in a Self-Driving Car Before You Do
Moving a few pounds of stuff to people turns out to be much easier than getting large, impatient and litigious human beings to their destinations.

WSJ Technology
Jan 05, 2019

Jeff Bezos and Jamie Dimon: Best of Frenemies
The JPMorgan chief and Amazon founder have found their companies' fortunes increasingly entwined, but the balance of power between their firms has shifted.

WSJ Technology
Jan 04, 2019

Apple Beware: Samsung's Great Fall in China Was Swift
Apple's stumble in China is an all-too-familiar story for rival Samsung Electronics. In five years, the iPhone's biggest rival went from China's No. 1 phone maker to an also-ran.

WSJ Technology
Jan 04, 2019

Marriott Says Hackers Swiped Millions of Passport Numbers
Marriott said fewer customers were affected in a massive data breach than initially feared but that hackers had compromised the passport numbers of millions of people.

WSJ Technology
Jan 04, 2019

Massive Leak Strikes Germany's Political Class
German authorities were investigating the leak of private data belonging to hundreds of politicians in one of the country's largest cyber leaks.

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