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WSJ Technology
Dec 17, 2017

Oracle to Buy Software Maker Aconex
Oracle will buy Australian project-management software provider Aconex, the latest leg in its push to take on Amazon and others in selling cloud-computing services.

WSJ Technology
Dec 17, 2017

Get Ready for a Faster, Pricier and More Confusing Internet
With the end of Federal Communications Commission regulation, the battle for the soul of the internet has just begun, with tech and media giants free to consolidate, upsell and compete like never before.

WSJ Technology
Dec 17, 2017

Thales to Buy Chip Maker Gemalto
France''s Thales has agreed to buy chip maker Gemalto NV for €4.8 billion in a deal that aims to create 'a world leader in digital security,' the companies said.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Social-Media Stars Are Turning Heads---of Regulators
The Federal Trade Commission has stepped up policing of product plugs and brand endorsements made by celebrities of social networks, enforcing deceptive-marketing rules that require them to disclose financial ties.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Uber Hacked and Surveilled Rivals, Alleges Ex-Manager in Letter
A 37-page letter sent to Uber Technologies'' management in May that painted it as a paranoid firm with a sophisticated intelligence apparatus designed to gain an edge on rivals and trick regulators has been made public.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Facebook Acknowledges Some Social-Media Use Is Harmful
The company''s top researcher pointed to external studies showing the negative effects of 'passive' use of social-media sites to read news without interacting with anyone but said 'active' use can improve well-being.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

A Glimpse Into the Future, Without Net Neutrality
It''s hard to predict how the world might change now that the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality rules. WSJ''s Ryan Knutson travels into the future using a magic router to offer a few ideas.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Can Robots Learn to Improvise?
In a lab each move is programmed, but in the wider world, artificial intelligence must adapt to endless variety.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Crime-Fighting Robot Deployed Near San Francisco Homeless Encampment Fired
A 400-pound robot deployed in San Francisco to fight crime at an animal shelter facility was fired amid complaints that it was being used to harass a sizeable homeless population in the neighborhood.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Can Adobe Keep the Clouds Away?
Software maker Adobe Systems'' solid performance should help as rising peer valuations will make investors pickier.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

How Digital Wizardry Lets Shoppers 'Install' Furniture Before Buying
Never make a costly decorating blunder again. With augmented and virtual reality, you can see 3-D images of coveted pieces in your living spaces, and super-realistic renderings show you your room''s future.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

End of Net Neutrality: What It Means for Consumers
The Federal Communications Commission has repealed net-neutrality rules. Here is how the move could affect consumers.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Fox Deal Adds Hulu to Disney's Arsenal in Attack on Netflix
Walt Disney''s plan to buy a large portion of 21st Century Fox''s assets would double its 30% stake in Hulu and help as it takes on rival Netflix.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

Private-Equity Firm Silver Lake Plays Rare Role: Predator
By Wall Street custom, private-equity firms rarely 'go hostile' on a company they seek to acquire. That''s what makes Silver Lake Management''s decision to back Broadcom''s $105 billion hostile takeover bid for rival chip maker Qualcomm all the more remarkable.

WSJ Technology
Dec 15, 2017

You Can Thank Mr. Watanabe for Bitcoin's Explosive Rally
Japanese traders who historically engaged in trading real currencies have turned their sights to cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, driving prices higher.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

China's Wild Bunch: Startup Investors Are Cashed-Up Cowboys
Over-the-top valuations, intense competition and greater uncertainty on returns have many investors talking about a bubble.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Facebook Overhauls Video-Ad Strategy
The social-media company is changing its video-ad strategy again, potentially amplifying tensions with many publishers who were already frustrated with their inability to earn significant money from videos posted on the platform.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Property Data Firm Xceligent Files for Chapter 7 Protection
The board of Xceligent Inc., one of the largest commercial real-estate data firms in the U.S., has filed for chapter 7 liquidation following a year-long legal battle with rival CoStar Group Inc. over alleged data theft.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Oracle Shares Fall on Cloud Forecast
Oracle Corp.''s stock sank after hours following news that the growth of its cloud-computing business in the current quarter would fall below expectations.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Oracle's Cloud Business Growth Beats Tempered Forecast
Oracle said total cloud sales, which the company had said would rise 39% to 43%, grew 44% in the quarter to $1.52 billion.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Approves Rollback of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday rolled back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move that is likely to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Facebook Will Introduce Ads as Videos Start, a Move Long Resisted
Facebook is changing its video-ad strategy as frustrations from publishers mount over their inability to earn significant money from them. The social network will for the first time start testing ads that appear before certain videos begin playing.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Facebook Revamps Video Ads Amid Publisher Concerns
Facebook Inc. is changing its video-ad strategy again as frustrations from publishers mount over their inability to earn significant money from videos on the social network.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Parents Beware: That Videogame Under the Tree Wants More Money
This holiday season, children firing up new videogames will encounter one of the industry''s most contentious moneymaking tactics in years: the 'loot box,' an in-game reward that is also for sale.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Set to Roll Back Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday is expected to roll back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move that would likely empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Pandora to Offer Free, On-Demand Music With Ads
Pandora Media Inc. is taking another step in the direction of rival Spotify AB as it grapples with declining usage and advertising revenue.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Readies Unwinding of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday is set to roll back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move expected to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

China's Tech Startup Funding: The Wild West in the Far East
David Su''s Matrix Partners China has nurtured 20 unicorns—startups valued at $1 billion or more. But he''s anxious that there''s now too much capital chasing too few worthy ideas.

WSJ Technology
Dec 14, 2017

Initial Coin Offerings Surge Past $4 Billion---and Regulators Are Worried
Money raised from initial coin offerings has surged past $4 billion for the first time, even as regulators world-wide have escalated warnings about the new form of corporate funding.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Who's Looking to Cash In on the Bitcoin Boom Now? The Taxman
South Korea''s government is pushing ahead with new rules to curtail the widespread speculation on cryptocurrencies that has swept the Asian nation this year, following an emergency meeting of officials and regulators.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

China's LexinFintech Shrinks IPO Fundraising Goal
LexinFintech, a Chinese online lender that is planning to go public in the U.S., scaled back its fundraising ambitions after regulatory changes in China sparked a rout in shares of similar companies.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

AT&T Reaches Contract With Union
AT&T Inc. reached a tentative deal with the union representing more than 21,000 of its wireless-support and retail workers, ending a 10-month standoff over pay and work conditions.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Bitcoin Made This Man (Briefly) One of the Richest People in America
The stock of an obscure pink-sheet company attempting to make money out of cryptocurrencies skyrocketed earlier this month, making CEO Michael Poutre a paper multibillionaire—before it plunged.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Three Men Admit to Roles in 2016 Web Crash
Three men have admitted to creating a computer network used in a massive online attack that blocked out swaths of the web last year, according to federal indictments unsealed Tuesday.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

How to Streamline the 6,714 Photos Cluttering Your Phone
Phones take photos so easily they''re often crammed with lousy, repetitive shots. A beginner''s guides to deleting the dupes and saving your best pics.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Redbox to Offer Digital Movie Downloads
After disrupting the DVD rental business with its kiosks and low prices, Redbox is getting into the digital game with an offering that includes every Hollywood studio except Disney, which it''s battling in court.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Apple Boosts Face ID Tech Maker Finisar
Apple is awarding one of its key suppliers $390 million as part of its effort to fund domestic technology manufacturers.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Two Former FCC Commissioners Debate Net Neutrality
Michael Copps, who served on the commission as a Democrat, bemoans the demise of net neutrality rules, while Republican Robert McDowell says their end will benefit internet users.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

How Language in Job Listings Could Widen Silicon Valley's Gender Divide
Use of certain phrases like 'whatever it takes' or 'tackle' in job postings could affect who applies for tech jobs, possibly contributing to the lopsided gender makeup of the industry, new research suggests.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Electronic Arts Needs the Force to Awaken Again
Walt Disney isn''t the only company with a lot riding on the new Star Wars movie this week. Electronic Arts could really use a boost from the Force.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Buying a Chromebook? Here's What You Need to Worry About
A parents guide to the pros and cons of Chromebooks, the hot-selling laptop your children might already use at school.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

T-Mobile to Launch Pay-TV Service
T-Mobile US Inc. is launching a paid television service after it acquired a startup aimed at the high-end video market.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

With Traffic Flowing, Netflix Steps Back from Fight Over Internet Rules
Netflix helped spark the debate over net neutrality three years ago by raising concerns about how its internet traffic was being handled. But as the U.S. government prepares to repeal the rules on Thursday, the video giant has been less vocal on a key issue.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

N.J. Man Admits Running Mirai Botnet Responsible for 2016 Web Crash
A New Jersey man admitted to building and running the network used in a massive cyberattack that blocked out swaths of the web last year, according to federal indictments unsealed Tuesday.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

N.J. Man Admits Creating Mirai Botnet Responsible for 2016 Web Crash
A New Jersey man admitted to creating a massive cyberattack that blocked out large swaths of the web last year, according to federal indictments unsealed this week.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Apple Invests in Face ID Tech Maker Finisar
Apple is awarding one of its key suppliers $390 million as part of its effort to fund domestic technology manufacturers.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Racy Virtual-Reality Assistant Pulled After Questions Raised
A Chinese tech company pulled offline a virtual-reality avatar depicted as a flirtatious secretary in revealing clothes, hours after The Wall Street Journal asked whether such depictions encourage a view of women as sexual objects in the workplace.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Google Seeks Path Back to China With AI Lab
Search giant Google opened an artificial-intelligence lab in Beijing in a bid to attract China''s tech prodigies and strengthen its standing in the restrictive market.

WSJ Technology
Dec 13, 2017

Bitcoin Battle: South Korea Eyes Taxing Cryptocurrency Trade
South Korea''s government is pushing ahead with new rules to curtail the widespread speculation on cryptocurrencies that has swept the Asian nation this year, following an emergency meeting of officials and regulators.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Big Boss Nintendo Seeks New Sidekicks in Smartphone Battle
Nintendo is looking to expand tie-ups with software developers to strengthen its smartphone-game lineup after an early alliance aimed at cracking the mobile market fell behind schedule.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Toshiba, Western Digital Make Peace
Toshiba and Western Digital said they agreed to settle a dispute over the Japanese company''s planned sale of its memory-chip unit.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Millions of People Post Comments on Federal Regulations. Many Are Fake.
A Wall Street Journal investigation uncovered thousands of fraudulent posts on regulatory agencies'' dockets, in hot-button areas including rules governing net neutrality and payday lending.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Facebook to Give Countries a Chance to Tax Its Profits From Local Ads
Facebook Inc. plans to book more revenue in the countries where it sells ads, becoming the latest tech company to bow to pressure from nations to simplify its tax structure and potentially pay more income tax overseas.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For: How Star Wars Obsessives Found the Actual Millennium Falcon
Fan journalists regularly scoop the world on news about the series, including the storage location of Han Solo''s freighter.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

The Force Behind Bitcoin's Meteoric Rise: Millions of Asian Investors
Unlike past financial frenzies such as the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, individual investors have been first to the party, fueling bitcoin''s 1,600% rise this year.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Nintendo Looks for Help to Raise Its Smartphone Game
Nintendo is looking to expand tie-ups with software developers to strengthen its smartphone game lineup after an early alliance aimed at cracking the fast-growing mobile market fell behind schedule, people familiar with the matter said.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Net Neutrality: A Case Study With JetBlue and Amazon
On a JetBlue flight, you might notice something that looks like a net neutrality boogeyman: prioritization of Amazon videos over other services on the airline''s in-flight Wi-Fi network. It''s not a violation of net neutrality but it helps explain why some fear lifting such rules will harm the internet and others aren''t worried at all.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Cuomo Points to Tech Companies After New York Bombing Attempt
The immigrant who tried to set off a bomb strapped to his body in one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs Monday morning downloaded information from the internet on how to build such a device, according to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Google, Others Take Uneven Approach to Policing Extremist Content
The immigrant who tried to set off a bomb strapped to his body in one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs Monday morning downloaded information from the internet on how to build such a device, according to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

Atos Makes $5 Billion Offer to Buy Gemalto
French IT services firm Atos is making an unsolicited bid to buy smart-card maker Gemalto, part of a broader wave of deals in the payment space as rivals join forces to cut costs.

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

High-Tech Hedge Fund Hits Limits of Robot Stock Picking
Voleon is among funds deploying machine learning, a technology in which computers develop trading strategies. It''s harder than it sounds, given that markets are noisy and clients often want a better understanding of how their money is being invested.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Toshiba and Western Digital Resolve Dispute Over Chip Unit
Toshiba and Western Digital agreed to settle a dispute over the Japanese company''s planned sale of its memory-chip unit, clearing a major hurdle to the nearly $18 billion deal.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

As the Fed Deliberates, Amazon Is Making Its Job More Difficult
Web-driven comparison shoppers are keeping a lid on inflation and weakening retailers'' pricing power, complicating the Federal Reserve''s deliberations on how much and how fast to raise interest rates.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

The Future Is Bumpy: High-Tech Hedge Fund Hits Limits of Robot Stock Picking
Voleon is among funds deploying machine learning, a technology in which computers develop trading strategies. It''s harder than it sounds, given that markets are noisy and clients often want a better understanding of how their money is being invested.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Atos Offering $5 Billion for Gemalto
French IT services firm Atos SA is making an unsolicited bid to buy smart-card maker Gemalto NV, part of a broader wave of deals in the payment space as rivals join forces to cut costs.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Want to See a World Without Net Neutrality? Look at These Old Cellphone Plans
With rules governing internet services set to be rolled back, service providers and their detractors are envisioning new models that could translate into a wider range of fees—both lower and higher.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Apple Acquires Shazam and Its Song-Recognition App
Apple has acquired Shazam Entertainment, giving it one of the popular song-recognition apps at a time the iPhone maker is looking to boost its music-subscription service.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Startup Affirm Nears $2 Billion Valuation After Investment
Financial-technology startup Affirm Inc. said Monday that it raised $200 million in new equity as it battles larger players getting into its core business of lending to consumers for retail purchases.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

3M Sells Optical Fiber Business to Corning for $900 Million
Corning agreed to buy almost all of 3M''s optical fiber and copper cable business for $900 million.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Mobile-Wireless Market Might Be Our Post Net-Neutrality World
With rules governing internet services set to be rolled back, service providers and their detractors are envisioning new models that could translate into a wider range of fees—both lower and higher.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

FDA Plans New Medical-Device Approval Processes
The Food and Drug Administration plans new medical-device approval processes to speed products'' entry to the U.S. market, mirroring the desires of industry and President Donald Trump to clear barriers to new business.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

Ex-Gawker Employees Launch Crowdfunding Drive to Buy Website
Former employees of Gawker.com''s defunct publisher are raising money through a new crowdfunding campaign in a bid to purchase the blog out of bankruptcy and relaunch the website.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

In New NFL Deal, Verizon Trades Mobile Exclusivity for Rights on Yahoo
Verizon Communications will no longer have the exclusive mobile rights to distribute the games to its wireless customers, but the $2 billion deal will expand the partnership to Verizon-owned platforms like Yahoo Sports.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

SoftBank to Invest More in OneWeb
Japan''s SoftBank Group has agreed to invest roughly $500 million more in satellite broadband provider OneWeb, according to a person familiar with the details.

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

New York Power Authority Powers Up Tool to Keep Tabs on Network
The New York Power Authority, the largest state public utility in the U.S., has flipped the switch on a digital system to monitor its 16 power plants and 1,400 miles of transmission lines.

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

U.S. Bitcoin Futures Climb in First Day of Trade
Trade in the first bitcoin futures sparked a swift run-up in the price of the digital currency, while the exchange provider''s website experienced outages from heavy traffic.

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

Former Toshiba President Atsutoshi Nishida Dies at 73
Atsutoshi Nishida, who rose to become a president of Toshiba but saw his later years tarnished by an accounting scandal, has died at age 73.

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

Meet Your New Boss: An Algorithm
Traditional employers like General Electric Co. are using artificial intelligence and other elements of the work-on-demand business model to manage traditional full-time workforces.

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

Electric-Vehicle Bulls Shake Up Metals Markets
Investors are scooping up a wide range of metals and mining stocks, betting that electric vehicles will transform commodity markets. Some, though, wonder how the rally might end.

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

The First Women in Tech Didn't Leave---Men Pushed Them Out
Women filled computer-programming jobs in the U.S. and U.K. after World War II, but as government and business professionalized programming, the decline of female coders began.

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

Why Bitcoin? Why Now?
For most of its nine-year history, bitcoin has been a financial-markets sideshow, sneered at as a plaything of criminals. No longer: 2017 is the year the digital currency stole the spotlight.

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

How Amazon Picks Its Seemingly Random Deals of the Day
Third-party merchants slash prices and stockpile inventory in hopes Amazon.com will select their items for holiday promotion—which can boost sales all season.

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

The Great Startup Stopper
China''s tech world doesn''t believe in the story of David and Goliath. Startups and investors are abandoning the dream that a smarter, nimbler upstart can topple a gargantuan company.

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

Apple Close to Buying Shazam to Boost Music Business
Apple is close to acquiring music-identification company Shazam Entertainment in a deal that would give it ownership of a popular app with insight into people''s musical interests.

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

Jony Ive Returns to Apple to Oversee Design Teams
Ive resumes control of industrial-design and user-interface teams, which he stepped away from to focus on development of Apple''s new headquarters.

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

How Tesla Electrified Rivals at the L.A. Auto Show
The Silicon Valley carmaker cast a long shadow in Los Angeles as BMW, Jaguar and VW imitated the wily brand. Can their electric concepts hold their own next to Elon Musk''s Model 3, asks Dan Neil.

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

Uber Ties Up With Singapore Rival ComfortDelGro
Uber is selling a 51% stake in its car-rental unit in Singapore to public-transport operator ComfortDelGro for $218 million, as the two rivals come together as partners.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Plant-Based Burger Maker Beyond Meat Cooks Up More Funding
Plant-based burger maker Beyond Meat Inc. said it has raised $55 million in funding as it seeks to triple the size of its production capacity.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Bitcoin's Wildest Rise: 40% in 40 Hours
Bitcoin mania reached new highs as the price of the digital currency jumped about 40% in about 40 hours, smashing through five separate $1,000-barriers and surging past the $16,000 mark.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Jailed for a Text: China's Censors Are Spying on Mobile Chat Groups
Chinese authorities scour messaging apps for sensitive words and images—even those sent privately—prompting police to question, and even jail, some who send them.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Bitcoin's Wildest Ride: Up 40% in 40 Hours
Bitcoin mania reached new highs as the price of the digital currency jumped about 40% in about 40 hours, smashing through five separate $1,000-barriers and surging past the $16,000 mark.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Visa Spent a Year Developing a 'Signature Sound'
Visa is launching a signature sound people will hear when they make a payment through a mobile device or at a cash register. Some options were eliminated for sounding ‘angry'' or eliciting ‘visceral reactions.''

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Bitcoin Tops $15,000 for the First Time
The price of bitcoin topped $15,000 for the first time on Thursday, in a fresh rally that is hitting new highs every day.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

China's Startups Are Only Pawns in the Game
China''s tech world doesn''t believe in the story of David and Goliath. Startups and investors are abandoning the dream that a smarter, nimbler upstart can topple a gargantuan company.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Hackers Steal $70 Million in Bitcoin
Nearly $70 million worth of bitcoin was stolen from a cryptocurrency-mining service called NiceHash following a security breach, causing the company to halt operations for at least 24 hours.

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

Millions May Be Missing in Bitcoin Heist
A major bitcoin theft from Slovenia-based NiceHash, which markets itself as the largest cryptomining marketplace, has prompted it to shut down for at least 24 hours.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

U.S. Tech Firms Spooked by China's Arcane Cybersecurity Law
Six months after it went into force, China''s tough new cybersecurity law is still troubling U.S. technology executives who fear that it will put the intellectual property of their companies and the data they collect in jeopardy.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

Smartphone Parts Boost Broadcom's Earnings
Broadcom Ltd. reported higher-than-expected earnings in the most recent quarter as the chip maker looks to convince Qualcomm Inc.''s shareholders to back its $105 billion takeover bid.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

It's Amazon's World---But Do You Want to Live There?
A reporter spent a week using products and services from Amazon.com Inc. and its partners almost exclusively and wondered: If you can buy everything from car parts to cleaning services to caviar in one online marketplace, will you miss shopping everywhere else?

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

Why Gadget-Obsessed Jocks Need a Data Detox
Cycling gadgets can calculate heart rate, speed and energy output in real time. But are they obscuring the sport''s appeal? To find out, one amateur sheds his high-tech gear.

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