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WSJ Technology
Sep 24, 2018

Sirius XM to Buy Pandora
Sirius XM agreed to buy Pandora Media in a deal valued at about $3.5 billion, including debt, as the two sides face increasing competition from Spotify and Apple Music.

WSJ Technology
Sep 24, 2018

Salesforce Partners With Apple for Business Apps
Apple and Salesforce.com said they have formed a partnership intended on improving apps for businesses.

WSJ Technology
Sep 24, 2018

Sirius XM to Buy Pandora in $3.5 Billion Deal
Subscription radio company Sirius XM is buying music-streaming firm Pandora in an all-stock deal the companies said they value at about $3.5 billion.

WSJ Technology
Sep 24, 2018

Singapore Imposes Fines, Restrictions Over Uber-Grab Deal
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore fined ride-hailing firms Grab and Uber and imposed operating restrictions on the former after ruling that a merger earlier this year was anticompetitive.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Your Browser Is the Most Important App You Have---Make Sure You Use the Right One
New web browsers present the perfect reason to test what a modern browser can do and even consider making a change.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

The Future of Credit-Card ID Verification
As card companies, banks and vendors change how they verify identities and transactions, Europe offers a glimpse of what's to come.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Do You Know Cobol? If So, There Might Be a Job for You.
With a generation of old coders leaving, companies are scrambling to find those who know the decades-old program.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Private Equity Turns to Big Data to Find Deals
High-tech analysis is helping investors decide what to buy—and how much to pay.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Precious-Metals Buyers Go Online
Consumers in Asia are leaving behind the local shops their families have used for generations and buying more gold bullion online.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Vox Media On Pace to Miss Revenue Target as Digital Advertising Disappoints
Digital publisher Vox Media is expected to miss its revenue goal for this year by more than 15%, adding to the list of new-media companies struggling to live up to lofty growth expectations.

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

You Can Now Buy Stuff With a Ring, if Anyone Believes You
Consumers are putting ‘wearable' mobile-payment devices on their fingers to make purchases, but some befuddled cashiers aren't buying it. ‘What are you doing?'

WSJ Technology
Sep 23, 2018

Dell to Interview Banks for IPO in Lieu of Tracking-Stock Acquisition
Dell Technologies Inc. is exploring the possibility of launching a traditional IPO instead of going public through a proposed acquisition that has met resistance from several investors.

WSJ Technology
Sep 22, 2018

China's Giant Market for Really Tiny Cars
The taste for tiny electric vehicles has become a quirky subplot in China's clean-energy ambitions, with sales more than twice that of regular electric cars.

WSJ Technology
Sep 22, 2018

Venmo Looks to New Leader to Overcome 'Growing Pains'
PayPal Holdings is replacing the executive in charge of its popular Venmo service for the second time in two years, putting its leadership in flux at a time when the company is looking to transform it into a moneymaker.

WSJ Technology
Sep 22, 2018

No Sex Please, We're Apple: iPhone Giant Seeks TV Success on Its Own Terms
Apple wants to make scripted shows for streaming. But it doesn't want to risk its pristine brand image by including violence, politics, raw language and risqué story lines common to cable, Netflix and Amazon.

WSJ Technology
Sep 22, 2018

Google CEO Warns Staff: Stay Nonpartisan
Google CEO Sundar Pichai warned employees in a memo against letting their personal politics affect their work as the company fends off criticism that its widely used products could be biased.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

A Modern Second-Home Retreat for Seattle's Tech Elite
The architecture of Methow Valley, long home to farmers, artists and conservationists, is being transformed by affluent executives at the likes of Amazon and Microsoft.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Digital Publisher Mic Network Is Considering Acquisition Offer From Media Company
Digital publisher Mic Network is considering an acquisition offer, among other strategic options, as financial pressures mount on the company.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

2019 Jaguar I-Pace: An Electric SUV Hot on Tesla's Heels
Jaguar's jump into the electric SUV space has beaten the likes of Porsche, Mercedes and BMW to market by about 18 months. But it's still in Tesla's shadow. Dan Neil compares and contrasts.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar
Residents and businesses in Puerto Rico increasingly are investing in renewable-energy technologies, mainly solar, to guard against power outages from the island's still-rickety electric grid.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Why Magician Penn Jillette Refuses to Burn Rubber in His Tesla
The master magician on some of his favorite things: from the red cards he conjures with to the headphones that changed everything...and his deliberately unspeedy Tesla.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Amazon Is a Giant. But Bigness Isn't a Crime.
The company's scale worries critics, but antitrust law punishes conduct, not size.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Apple Launches New iPhones (Again). Here's a Guide.
Two of the newest iPhones hit stores Friday, with scenes of customers around the world lining up outside Apple stores. Customer turnout will go a long way toward determining Apple's results over the next year.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Digital Freight Startup Convoy Raises $185 Million, Surpasses $1 Billion in Value
CapitalG, investment arm of Google parent Alphabet Inc., led a funding round aimed at backing the business in the growing field of digital freight booking.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Intel's Shortages Chip Away at Micron
A shortage of high-end computer chips from Intel is being felt in other segments of the tech sector. The question is how far it might spread.

WSJ Technology
Sep 21, 2018

Rape Allegation Against JD.com's Richard Liu to Be Reviewed by Prosecutors
The Minneapolis Police Department has completed its initial investigation into a rape allegation against Chinese billionaire Richard Liu, and prosecutors are now expected to decide whether to bring charges.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Google Workers Discussed Tweaking Search Function to Counter Travel Ban
Days after the Trump administration instituted a controversial travel ban in January 2017, Google employees discussed how they could tweak the company's search-related functions to show users how to contribute to pro-immigration organizations and contact lawmakers and government agencies, according to internal company emails.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Adobe Buys Marketing-Automation Firm Marketo for $4.75 Billion
Adobe Systems agreed to acquire marketing-automation firm Marketo for $4.75 billion, its largest acquisition ever and the latest sign of its ambition to become a one-stop-shop for marketers.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Amazon's New Microwave: 'Alexa, Please Defrost My Chicken'
Amazon is offering makers of electronics a small chip that would let people use their voice to command everything from microwaves and coffee machines to room fans and guitar amplifiers.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Minneapolis Prosecutors to Review Rape Allegation Against JD.com Founder
The Minneapolis Police Department has completed its initial investigation into a rape allegation against Chinese billionaire Liu Qiangdong, and prosecutors are now expected to decide whether to bring charges.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Why You Need a VPN---and How to Choose the Right One
Everybody's snooping on your internet traffic. The key is to stay hidden.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Google Says It Continues to Allow Apps to Scan Data From Gmail
Google said it continues to allow other companies to scan and share data from Gmail accounts, responding to questions on Capitol Hill about privacy and potential misuse of information in users' emails.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Want Even Cheaper Seltzer? Some Fanatics Hack Their SodaStream Machines
Tinkerers source carbon dioxide from welders and string connector hoses to carbonated water machines in bid to cut cost from company's 25 cents a liter; ‘I'm sticking it to the man.'

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

ESPN Streaming Service Surpasses One Million Subscribers
Sports TV giant ESPN, which has battled cable TV cord-cutting, is betting big on a $4.99-a-month streaming service that carries a range of programming but not the live ESPN channels.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

The Prime Effect: How Amazon's Two-Day Shipping Is Disrupting Retail
The quest to offer free two-day delivery has forced retailers like Walmart and Target to spend billions on distribution infrastructure. It's also forced smaller retailers to hand off selling, warehousing and shipping to a growing roster of startups and giants like FedEx and UPS—not to mention Amazon itself.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Will Elevators to Outer Space Ever Get Off the Ground?
Researchers are working on lifts that would travel up a cable anchored above the Earth's orbit, paving the way for extra-planetary travel

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Alibaba's Ma Recants Promise to Create One Million U.S. Jobs
Chinese technology tycoon Jack Ma is recanting his promise to create one million jobs in the U.S., citing the trade spat between the world's two biggest economies.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

The Prime Effect: How Amazon's 2-Day Shipping Is Disrupting Retail
The quest to offer free two-day delivery has forced retailers like Walmart and Target to spend billions on distribution infrastructure. It's also forced smaller retailers to hand off selling, warehousing and shipping to a growing roster of startups and giants like FedEx and UPS—not to mention Amazon itself.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Ways to Keep the Midterm Election Safe From Hackers
How attacks could be attempted—and what officials are doing to make sure they don't affect the midterms.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

EU Demands Facebook Update 'Misleading' Fine Print
The EU is ramping up pressure on Facebook to better spell out to consumers how their data is being used or face sanctions in several countries.

WSJ Technology
Sep 20, 2018

Amazon Is Next to Face EU Scrutiny
EU authorities have started a new regulatory front against an American tech giant by opening a preliminary investigation into Amazon's treatment of other merchants that sell products using its platform.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Bringing iPhone Assembly to U.S. Would Be a Hollow Victory for Trump
If Apple moved smartphone production to the U.S. to avoid the president's tariffs, it could do more harm than good, Greg Ip writes.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Smart Showers, Brainy Tubs: The Rise of the High-Tech Bathroom
Introducing the superior bliss of a smarter shower. Plus: Up the IQ of your entire lavatory with other high-tech upgrades, from motivating toothbrushes to toilets that play your favorite tunes.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

EU Starts Preliminary Probe of Amazon's Treatment of Merchants
European Union antitrust authorities have opened a preliminary investigation into Amazon.com's treatment of other merchants that sell products using its platform, starting a new regulatory front against an American tech giant.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Apple's New Strategy: Sell Pricier iPhones First
For the second straight year, Apple is starting to sell its new iPhone models at different times—but this time, the lag reflects a staggered production timeline set by the tech giant rather than manufacturing issues it experienced last year.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Google, T-Mobile Tackle 911 Call Problem
Android phones will soon send Google Maps-like location data to emergency call centers.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Apple Leads With Its Pricier iPhones This Year
For the second straight year, Apple is starting to sell its new iPhone models at different times—but this time, the lag reflects a staggered production timeline set by the tech giant rather than manufacturing issues it experienced last year.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Forget Passwords. It's Time for Passphrases.
Two researchers say they have come up with a system that makes passphrases more secure and practical.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

Amazon Forecast to Be No. 3 Digital Advertising Player in 2018
Th tech giant is expected to surpass Verizon's Oath and Microsoft, according to new eMarketer estimates, according to research firm eMarketer.

WSJ Technology
Sep 19, 2018

World Economic Forum Takes On China Tech Regulation
As China's technology industry and government tangle over regulation, the World Economic Forum—best known for its annual Davos meeting—is stepping into the fray, opening a "Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution" in Beijing.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

You Need a VPN. Here's How to Choose the Right One.
Everybody's snooping on your internet traffic. The key is to stay hidden.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

A Solution to Unreadable Online User Agreements
We click on them without thinking and without fully understanding what we're agreeing to. It's time to fix that.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

How Hackers Talk Their Way Into Getting Company Secrets
With ‘social engineering' schemes, cybercriminals trick employees into handing over valuable information.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Three Ideas for Solving the Cybersecurity Skills Gap
One possibility is to create a Cybersecurity Peace Corps.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Your Network Has Been Hacked. You Have 72 Hours to Report It.
Companies are scrambling to meet new regulations that require them to figure out what's going on—quickly.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Facial Recognition Goes Mainstream
Restaurants, airlines and others want to use the technology in everyday commerce. If, that is, customers let them.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

The Cyberthreats That Most Worry Election Officials
How attacks could be attempted—and what officials are doing to make sure they don't affect the midterms.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

AI Is the New Weapon Against Cyberattacks
As hackers get smarter and more determined, artificial intelligence is going to be an important part of the solution.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Anatomy of a Cryptojacking
How criminals are using hijacked computers to earn cryptocurrency.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

DOJ Opened Probe of Tesla After Musk's Going-Private Tweet
Tesla said it received a "voluntary request for documents" from the Justice Department, which came after CEO Elon Musk's tweet to take the company private.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Tesla Receives 'Voluntary Request for Documents' From the DOJ
Tesla said it received a "voluntary request for documents" from the Justice Department, which came after CEO Elon Musk's tweet to take the company private.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Pay Gap? For Women at Startups, the Equity Gap is Worse
Female employees at startups typically get less than half the amount of equity of their male peers, according to a new study, highlighting one factor that has limited women's involvement in the Silicon Valley wealth-generating machine.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Venture Funding Flows to New York City Tech Startups
New York City startups have been snapping up increasingly lucrative deals in recent years.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Intel Co-Founder's Silicon Valley Estate Lists for $21.8 Million
The late Robert Noyce's one-time home in Los Altos, Calif., comes with a vineyard, sports facilities and plenty of tech-industry history.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Here Come Tesla's Challengers With All-Electric SUVs
European luxury car makers are coming after Tesla with their own high-end, long-range electric vehicles, and they are targeting on one of America's most popular vehicle categories: SUVs.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Alibaba's Jack Ma Denies Beijing Forced Him Out
Billionaire Jack Ma said China's government didn't push him to step down as head of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., blaming rumors emanating from outside China for fueling such speculation.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Facebook and Financial Firms Tussled for Years Over Access to User Data
Facebook had been haggling with financial firms over its access to users' sensitive financial information for years, well before coming under fire for its handling of personal data.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

iPhone XS and XS Max Review: Sit Tight for the XR
The new iPhone XS and XS Max are great phones but the XR, due out in October, sounds more like a great deal. We've hit a point where every smartphone is great, so it comes down to what you want and what you want to spend.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Google to Provide Android System to Biggest Global Auto Alliance
Google is making a major push into the auto industry, partnering with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to use the Android operating system to power media display, marking a major victory for the Silicon Valley tech giant.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

HBO and Netflix Tie for Emmy Awards
HBO and Netflix tied for the most Emmy Awards with 23 each, highlighting the race for dominance in a television industry whose competitive landscape is rapidly shifting.

WSJ Technology
Sep 18, 2018

Google to Partner With Biggest Car Alliance
Google is making a major push into the auto industry, partnering with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to use the Android operating system to power media display that will eventually be sold in millions of cars world-wide.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

SpaceX's First Moon Tourist Is a Japanese Billionaire
SpaceX's first paying passenger will be Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who is to blast off from earth in 2023, circle the moon and return, Elon Musk announced.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Networks, Streaming Services Square Off at the Emmys
Popular TV shows like "Game of Thrones," "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Atlanta" contended for top honors at the Emmy Awards on Monday.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Innovations in Newborn Care
A host of high-tech advances are giving newborns a better shot at avoiding a range of ailments. The long-term impact could be profound.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Software 'Robots' Power Surging Values for Three Little-Known Startups
After years toiling in obscurity, startups UiPath, Blue Prism and Automation Anywherre have suddenly hit the jackpot in a corner of the enterprise-software market.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Web and Mobile Banking Down at SunTrust After System Upgrade
Customers of SunTrust Banks haven't been able to access their accounts through the bank's website or its mobile app since at least Sunday morning.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Time Magazine's Financials Show Erosion in Print Business
With their acquisition of Time magazine, Salesforce.com co-founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne will inherit a publication racing to find digital revenue to offset a steep erosion in the print business.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Apple Avoids Tariffs on Smartwatches, Earbuds
Apple dodged stinging duties on its smartwatches and wireless earbuds after the U.S. excluded those gadgets from tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Oracle Revenues Up 1%, Sending Shares Lower After-Hours
Oracle managed to boost revenue, but the results may increase pressure on the company to explain how it will win customers for its cloud offerings.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Thai Cave Diver Sues Elon Musk for Defamation
The Tesla founder has been sued by Vernon Unsworth, a British cave explorer involved in rescue efforts to save a Thai youth soccer team, alleging he was defamed by Mr. Musk for suggesting he was a pedophile.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Tesla or Exxon: Which Company Is More Sustainable?
As investors back more companies based on social factors, more questions are coming up about how they are graded.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

She Collects Marathons Between Deals for Microsoft
How Peggy Johnson prepared for the race in Berlin as part of her goal of running the five major events in her favorite sport.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

iOS 12 Review: Free Update Revives Old Phones, Makes Siri Useful
Apple's best iPhone upgrade this year doesn't cost a dime. Put iOS 12 on your old phone and it will feel like new, says columnist David Pierce.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Disney Doesn't Need Hulu to Challenge Netflix
Hulu has a head start over Disney's streaming plans, but comes with managerial headaches and mounting losses.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Teva Investors Get Headache Relief
A new migraine drug is a big win amid the turnaround of generics business.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

For Apple, U.S.-China Trade Fight Grows Riskier
The U.S.-China trade fight is becoming more perilous for Apple as the Trump administration's tariffs threaten some of its gadget sales and as China weighs retaliatory measures.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Myanmar General Booted From Russian Social-Media Account
Gen. Min Aung Hlaing has been kicked off the Russian social-media account where he sought refuge after being banned from Facebook.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Alibaba's Jack Ma Says Government Should Stick to Governing
Chinese e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma used a government-sponsored forum to suggest regulators take a lighter touch in dealing with technology companies, saying the market should be allowed to decide how new industries like artificial intelligence develop.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

Digital Marketplace Freightos Gains $45 Million in New Funding Round
Global freight marketplace says backing led by Singapore Exchange will expand development of financial instruments for container shipping.

WSJ Technology
Sep 17, 2018

All Eyes on Oracle's Cloud, However Hard to See
Here's what you need to know when Oracle Corp. reports financial results for its fiscal first quarter after the close of trading Monday.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Wearable Health Monitors: Do They Work?
The newest devices claim to monitor heart health, measure glucose levels and track blood pressure.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Time Magazine Sold to Salesforce Founder Marc Benioff for $190 Million
Nearly eight months after Meredith completed its purchase of Time, the publisher has agreed to sell Time magazine for $190 million to Marc Benioff, co-founder of Salesforce.com, and his wife Lynne.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

How to Buy a House the Wall Street Way
Technology firms powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence are enabling institutional investors to buy large volumes of homes, shifting longstanding patterns in residential real estate.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

What Consumers Should Know Before Sending in a DNA Kit
Less costly genetic testing has let millions of people unlock the information in their DNA. Yet there's a lot about these tests they don't know—but should.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Taxify Rides Motorbikes to Lead Over Uber in Africa
Estonian startup Taxify has outpaced Uber in six African countries: Both are now tapping motorbikes, a popular mode of transportation for hire in the region.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Another Web Brand Wants to Be Sold in Stores
Native Deodorant, an online-only brand, will go on sale in Target starting Monday, as internet startups turn to bricks-and-mortar retailers to reach consumers.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Amazon Investigates Employees Leaking Data for Bribes
Amazon.com is investigating internal leaks as it fights to root out fake reviews and other seller scams from its website.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Dell Makes Its Case
Dell Technologies has avoided tripping over its own size, which should help make its case to investors.

WSJ Technology
Sep 16, 2018

Adyen's Success Spurs Hopes European Tech Scene Has Turned a Corner
The rousing recent listing of Dutch payments company Adyen is offering investors hope that Europe's tech scene is finally fertile enough to generate a stream of successful startups.

WSJ Technology
Sep 15, 2018

Apple Jacks Headphone Holdouts
For those hanging on to an old set of favorite headphones, Apple has a message for you: Two years is long enough.

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