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WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Vista Reaches Deal to Buy Software Firm Apptio for $1.94 Billion
Tech-focused private-equity firm Vista Equity Partners struck a deal to take software company Apptio private for $1.94 billion.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

SAP to Buy Analytics Startup Qualtrics for $8 Billion
The German software giant is counting on the deal to bolster it in the customer-relationship management software business, where Salesforce.com has the lead.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Why Did Facebook Fire a Top Executive? Hint: It Had Something to Do With Trump
Palmer Luckey, co-founder of virtual-reality pioneer Oculus, was ousted after his political activity sparked a furor within the social-media giant and Silicon Valley. His firing was one of the earliest political spats of the kind that is now roiling the technology industry.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Rocket Lab Launches Its First Commercial Payload Into Orbit
Rocket Lab has successfully blasted its first commercial payload into space, carrying with it the ambitions of a budding industry that is aiming to drastically cut the cost of access to space.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Alibaba Pulls In Record Singles Day Sales
The e-commerce behemoth clocked in sales of $30.8 billion in the 24-hour span that began at 12 a.m. Sunday, with consumers snapping up bargains despite China's slowing economic growth.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Design Your Frames: 3-D Printing Comes to Eyewear
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3-D printing, is edging into the roughly $60 billion global eyeglass-frame market, promising more choice for consumers and savings for producers.

WSJ Technology
Nov 11, 2018

Gadgets Won't Save Us From Our Gadgets
A new Palm-branded phone aims to help you disconnect from the chaos and distractions of the always-on, tech-addicted life—but a new phone isn't the solution we need.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Robot Design Goes Back to Nature
Engineers are building machines that mimic the remarkable movements of animals.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Facebook to End Forced Arbitration for Sexual-Harassment Claims
Facebook is ending its policy of requiring employee sexual-harassment claims to be settled in private arbitration, a day after Google rolled back a similar policy under pressure from employees.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Landlord, Facing Loss of a Big Tenant, Pins Hopes on Amazon HQ2
Savanna, owner of the Citigroup Building in Long Island City, is talking to Amazon.com about leasing much of the space that Citigroup is expected to vacate when it moves most of its employees out of the tower in 2020.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Flush With Ideas: Bill Gates Pursues the Toilet of the Future
The toilets of the future don't need sewer lines. One doesn't even need water to flush. They can run by themselves off the grid and turn human waste, or fecal sludge in the industry's parlance, into sources of electricity and clean water.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Gab to Rein In Calls for Violence While Allowing Hate Speech
Gab, a social media platform in the spotlight after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, is pledging to curb threats of violence while it said it would remain a platform where hate speech is permitted.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Alibaba Is Likely to Set Singles Day Sales Record
A slowing Chinese economy, weakening consumer sentiment and a trade fight with the U.S. aren't likely to spoil Singles Day for Alibaba.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Swing Shift: A Bridge Wobbled and Robotics Benefited
A way of walking made London's swaying Millennium Bridge wobble worse. Engineers wondered why. The answer has helped researchers design robotic prostheses and exoskeletons.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Bitcoin Volatility Drops Despite Turmoil Elsewhere
Cryptocurrencies, among the most volatile of financial assets, have fallen quiet even as turmoil has gripped stocks, bonds, commodities and traditional currencies.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Tech Consultants Are the New Mad Men
The shift from ads to digital marketing is setting up a fight between ad agencies and tech consultants.

WSJ Technology
Nov 09, 2018

Silicon Valley's Nemesis Explains Her Philosophy
Margrethe Vestager, the European competition commissioner, says tech companies need to ask themselves one question: Do you serve the consumer?

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Google Picks Geisinger CEO to Oversee Health-Care Initiatives
Google is expected to name David Feinberg, head of the Geisinger health system, to a newly created role overseeing the tech company's health-care efforts.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Tesla Taps Boss to Oversee Musk
Tesla named board member Robyn Denholm as its chairman, tasking her with overseeing one of the business world's most freewheeling figures at a pivotal moment for the electric-vehicle company.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

My Short List of Things That Need to Be 'De-Invented'
From PowerPoint to leaf blowers and singing waiters, there are mistakes waiting to be undone

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Google to End Forced Arbitration for Sexual-Harassment Claims
Google said it would end its requirement for employee sexual harassment claims to be handled in private arbitration, one week after thousands of workers walked out around the world to protest its handling of workplace issues.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

China Violated Obama-Era Cybertheft Pact, U.S. Official Says
China has violated an accord it signed with the U.S. three years ago pledging not to engage in hacking for the purpose of economic espionage, a senior U.S. intelligence official said Thursday.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Canada Data Agency Faces Blowback Over Plan to Collect Bank Records
Canada's national statistics agency is under attack from lawmakers, privacy advocates and the public over a plan to collect citizens' detailed banking information to help it generate better data.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

The Unseen Cost of Subscription Boxes
Two writers face off over subscription-box services—one who loves the ‘eureka' moments that the monthly deliveries bring; another who regrets the expense and the clutter.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Get Ready for 3-D Printed Yachts
The CFAM, Europe's largest commercial 3-D printer, is turning out custom furniture and yacht parts. Private jets and cranes could be next.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Meet Tesla's New Chairman Who Has to Oversee Elon Musk
Tesla named Robyn Denholm as its new chairman, replacing CEO Elon Musk as the head of the board with a relative outsider who will face the difficult task of overseeing the maverick billionaire.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

A New Breed of Innkeepers for the Airbnb Era
To compete with home-sharing services, bed-and-breakfast owners must be internet and Instagram savvy while baking scones and making guests comfy.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Amazon Raises Hopes, Fears for Long Island City
As the retail giant eyes the fast-growing Queens neighborhood for its new headquarters, residents voice concerns about overdevelopment and hopes for necessary upgrades to schools, sewers, and transit.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Here Comes 'Smart Dust,' the Tiny Computers That Pull Power From the Air
Machines that sponge energy from the environment to power ultra-efficient devices is no longer a fantasy, writes Christopher Mims. Some people even call it perpetual computing.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

To Fight This Generation of Hackers, Companies Take a Cue from Spies
Threat-intelligence services give companies a clearer view of the dangers they're facing.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

The Tricky---but Potentially Lucrative---Task of Streaming Videogames
By making game consoles unnecessary, streaming could dramatically broaden the videogame market.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Carlyle Group Reinvests in CommScope to Help Fund Acquisition
CommScope, which agreed to buy telecom equipment maker Arris International for about $4.93 billion, plans to finance the deal in part through a $1 billion investment from Carlyle Group.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Facebook Portal Non-Review: Why I Didn't Put Facebook's Camera in My Home
Facebook's new video-calling device makes users feel as if they are in the same room, says columnist Joanna Stern. But with privacy concerns now front and center, the Portal can't be completely trusted.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Qualcomm Still Bitten by Apple
The chip maker that still generates most of its business through smartphones is having a tough year and faces another tough one.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Baidu Leads Asian Borrowers in Search for Bond Buyers
Chinese search engine Baidu led a string of Asian companies rushing to sell bonds, taking advantage of improved market sentiment after the U.S. midterm elections.

WSJ Technology
Nov 08, 2018

Ford Buys Electric-Scooter Startup, Looking to Diversify Beyond Autos
Ford Motor Co. is getting into the fast-growing electric-scooter business by acquiring San Francisco-based startup Spin, as more car makers push into services aimed at urban dwellers who may not want to own a car.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Wall Street Analysts Are Now Selling More Data, Less Analysis
Bank research units are finding new ways to crunch data for clients including deeper looks into social-media sentiment, geospatial mapping and other unorthodox sources.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Qualcomm Posts Loss as Revenue Slips
Qualcomm swung to a loss in its latest quarter, as sales in the company's unit that develops mobile modem technology were flat.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Google Plans Large New York City Expansion
Google is gearing up for an expansion of its New York City real estate that could add space for more than 12,000 new workers, an amount nearly double the search giant's current staffing in the city.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Samsung's New Foldable-Screen Smartphone Is 7.3 Inches When Open
Samsung Electronics revealed a foldable-screen smartphone that folds like a book and opens up to tablet size.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Amazon HQ2 Plans Could Make Defense Hiring Even More Competitive
Amazon.com's plans to split its HQ2 operations between two new locations pose a particular challenge for U.S. defense companies, which are already wrestling with a staffing crunch.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Take-Two Interactive Raises Full-Year Outlook on 'Red Dead Redemption II' Results
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. on Wednesday reported strong fiscal second-quarter results and raised its full-year outlook on the heels of a monster opening weekend for its latest videogame release.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Uber Co-Founder Travis Kalanick Buys Manhattan Penthouse for $36 Million
The ride-hailing giant's former leader purchased a Soho apartment with a private 20-foot outdoor pool in a Renzo Piano-designed building.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

In Silicon Valley, Saudi Money Keeps Flowing to Startups
Silicon Valley startups are continuing to negotiate deals with Saudi Arabia and take its capital from its partner SoftBank, amid controversy over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi that has clouded the kingdom's role as a major global technology investor.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Why Children's Fondness for YouTube Puts It at Risk
A new survey shows that four out of five parents with children 11 and younger have let their children watch the Google-owned video site, amid concern from children's advocacy groups it is profiting from ads targeting minors.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Former Intel CEO Krzanich to Lead Software Firm CDK Global
Former Intel chief Brian Krzanich has been named chief executive of CDK Global, a company that makes software for auto dealerships.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Regulators Take Aim at Wells Fargo Technology Oversight
Wells Fargo's wide-ranging regulatory woes have extended to its technology operations, as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in recent weeks sent the bank a warning that often precedes an enforcement action, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Amazon HQ2 Change Leaves Cities in a Bind
Amazon.com's change of plans to name more than one location for its massive HQ2 second headquarters leaves cities in a bind as they prepare for a decision that could come as soon as this week.

WSJ Technology
Nov 07, 2018

Can Foldable Phones Help Samsung Emulate Apple?
The Korean giant has been the big loser amid a decline in global smartphone shipments. It's hoping foldable phones can turn things around.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Foxconn Considers Bringing Chinese Workers to Wisconsin as U.S. Labor Market Tightens
Facing one of the tightest labor markets in the U.S., Foxconn has been trying to tap Chinese engineers through internal transfers to supplement staffing for its planned Wisconsin plant, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

No Significant Foreign Interference Seen on Midterm Vote
U.S. security officials and social media firms said Tuesday they spotted a limited amount of disinformation that was deliberately disseminated.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Your Tesla Can Go Zero to 60 in 2.5 Seconds But Can't Get AM Radio
Electric-powered motors interfere with AM reception, prompting some car makers to drop the dashboard option; "I was so mad I told them to take the car back."

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Dell Discusses Sweetening Tracking-Stock Offer With Large Shareholders
Dell Technologies has been contacting large shareholders of an affiliate about sweetening a roughly $22 billion bid to buy them out before the unpopular deal goes to a vote next month.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

A Key Executive Is Leaving Microsoft
Javier Soltero, who joined the company when it acquired his firm, helped the software giant shed its Windows-first approach

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Etsy Raises Revenue Outlook
Etsy raised its annual revenue forecast after the company said it benefited from efforts to raise the fees its charges merchants and from investment in marketing.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

The NBA and NFL Have Become Videogames
NFL teams are passing more. NBA teams are shooting more 3-pointers. The most popular strategies in professional sports? They're how we've always played videogames.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Huawei, Still Big in Britain, Faces New Scrutiny
The U.K. government is reviewing the makeup of its telecommunications-equipment market—a move that executives say ratchets up scrutiny of China's Huawei Technologies.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Alexa Can Do Many Things But Won't Call 911
Americans ask their smart speakers to play music, share the weather and call friends, yet most still can't request to call 911.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

New MacBook Air Review: Your Next Laptop Has Arrived
A refreshed design, a sharp display and all-day battery life make the new Air the MacBook we've been waiting ages for, says columnist Joanna Stern. The bad news? It's three years late.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Madison Avenue's Unequal Fight With Google
A battle is brewing between Madison Avenue and Silicon Valley as companies shake up the way they buy ads.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Tech Selloff Trips Up Data Center Stocks
Data centers catering to heavyweight tech companies have been one of real estate's star performers, but their rout during October's tech selloff is raising questions about whether these usually defensive shares will remain volatile.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

Junichi Nishizawa, Japan's 'Mr. Semiconductor'
Researcher raced in 1950 to patent a PIN photodiode, used in today's fiber-optic networks.

WSJ Technology
Nov 06, 2018

U.S. Girds for Possible Russian Meddling on Election Day
This year, voters will be casting ballots in what experts say will be the most secure U.S. election since the birth of the internet. But officials worry that Russia or others could deploy new, unpredictable tactics.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Evenly Between Two Cities
Amazon.com plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city, a surprise decision that will spread the impact of a massive new office across a pair of communities.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

It's Hard to Share Masayoshi Son's Optimistic Vision of SoftBank
Japanese tech conglomerate SoftBank enjoyed a strong third quarter—but that already seems a long time ago.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

New iPad Pro: Great Tablet, Still Can't Replace Your Laptop
More power, more features and a real USB port make Apple's iPad Pro the best tablet yet. But it still falls short on some basic computing needs.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

AI Funds Draw Cash but Struggle
Investors like the idea of artificial intelligence and robotics. They may not like the returns.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

SoftBank CEO Condemns Khashoggi Killing, Says Firm to Keep Saudi Ties
SoftBank's CEO Masayoshi Son called the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi a tragedy that shouldn't have happened but said SoftBank had a responsibility to keep its partnership with the kingdom.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

How Tesla Made a Record Profit
Tesla's record quarter doesn't look as good as its earnings release had suggested, in part since the biggest boost to profits came from the sale of government credits.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Apple's Got the iPhone XR's Number
Apple's quarterly earnings call last week had some noticeably muted language about the iPhone XR, and the company's lack of enthusiasm at least seems prescient.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Verizon to Break Up Wireless Unit in Reorganization
Verizon's new CEO is restructuring the carrier's business lines, including its massive wireless business, in one of the first major organizational changes under his leadership.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Tencent to Limit Playing Time, Verify IDs of Young Chinese
Tencent says it will verify the identities of all its videogame players to sharply restrict online play time for youths in China, including limiting children 12 and under to one hour of play daily.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Amazon Offering Free Shipping on Holiday Orders
Amazon said it is offering free shipping with no minimum purchase on orders delivered through the holidays, countering shipping deals from rivals Target and Walmart.

WSJ Technology
Nov 05, 2018

Comscore to Measure Viewership on Snapchat Discover
Snapchat parent is rolling out a new partnership with comScore that will let the measurement company tabulate viewership for each publisher's total audience in Snapchat Discover.

WSJ Technology
Nov 04, 2018

Amazon in Late-Stage Talks for HQ2 Location
Amazon.com has progressed to late-stage talks on its planned second headquarters with a small handful of communities including northern Virginia's Crystal City, Dallas and New York City.

WSJ Technology
Nov 04, 2018

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market
As their shares outperform, newly public tech companies have been returning to the market to sell more stock at a nearly unprecedented clip.

WSJ Technology
Nov 03, 2018

Hate Speech on Live 'Super Chats' Tests YouTube
YouTube's Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.

WSJ Technology
Nov 03, 2018

Facing iPhone Troubles, Apple Tries to Change the Story
In 2009, Steve Jobs took a swipe at Amazon.com's Kindle, saying the online retailer's decision not to report unit sales was evidence it wasn't selling many reading devices. Now, Apple is following a similar path.

WSJ Technology
Nov 03, 2018

'Kind of Like the NBA': Esports Mount Full-Court Press in China
Videogames are under a harsh spotlight by government regulators in China these days, but one piece of the market is growing despite the glare: spectator videogame competitions.

WSJ Technology
Nov 03, 2018

In the Race Between Humans and Robots, Humans Are Often Winning
Companies like Airstream, the maker of retro-cool, high-end trailers, find it more efficient to use a workforce of people, rather than make sizable investments in automation that risks being wasted if the economy slows.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Your Smartphone's Location Data Is Worth Big Money to Wall Street
Data firm Thasos Group compiles and analyzes location data from millions of smartphones. Then hedge funds pay millions for it.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Political Reality: Buy Ads on Facebook or Risk Losing the Election
Sharp criticism of Facebook by members of Congress has become a mainstay of this election cycle—even as most of those same representatives spend campaign funds on the site to target voters.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Uber Details Safety Reforms for Its Embattled Self-Driving Vehicle Unit
Uber Technologies vowed to improve the safety of its self-driving vehicles as it looks to resume testing of the technology suspended earlier this year after one of its cars struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Apple Shares Stumble, but Company Keeps Trillion-Dollar Valuation
Apple shares stumbled as investors fretted over the iPhone maker's financial outlook for the important holiday quarter and the company's decision to stop reporting device unit sales.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Alibaba Cuts Revenue Forecast, Citing Uncertain Economy
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba cut its full-year revenue forecast by 4% to 6%, citing growing doubts about the economy as China's expansion cools.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Samsung Opens Its Voice Assistant to Developers as It Pursues Alexa
Samsung is planning to roll out new features for Bixby to challenge the dominance of Apple, Amazon and Alphabet in artificial intelligence.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Twitter Hires Ad Executive to Engage With User Groups
Twitter has hired ad-agency executive God-is Rivera as global director of culture and community, a new post created to help engage, spotlight and market to informal user groups.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Google Workers' Walkout Signals Crisis of Faith in Company Culture
On Thursday, Google workers who took part in a walkout at the company's offices around the world signaled a crisis in faith—one that, if widespread, could cause reputational harm, potentially affecting the Alphabet Inc. unit's standing as an aspirational workplace, risk experts and analysts said.

WSJ Technology
Nov 02, 2018

Alibaba and the Slowing Chinese Economy
Some of the merchants selling on Alibaba's e-commerce platforms face challenging times, which means the company is looking more like a reflection of the slowing Chinese economy than a tech giant.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

Apple Reports Record Results but Weak Revenue Outlook
Apple reported another quarter of record revenue and profit, but its shares fell in after-hours trading following the company's lackluster sales guidance for the key holiday quarter.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Stage Global Walkout Over Treatment of Sexual Harassment
Google employees around the world have staged a series of walkouts to protest a workplace culture that they say promotes and protects perpetrators of sexual harassment.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

WeWork Puts Four-Beer Limit on Once-Bottomless Kegs
The shared office-space company has begun putting daily limits on the free alcohol it offers New York City tenants.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

U.S. Accuses Chinese Firm, Partner of Stealing Trade Secrets From Micron
The Justice Department unsealed charges Thursday against a Chinese state-owned firm and its Taiwan partner for allegedly stealing trade secrets from the U.S.'s largest memory-chip maker, Micron Technology.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

SoftBank Shares Tumble as Pressure Mounts on Phone Fees
Shares of Japan's top mobile carriers including SoftBank tumbled on fears that government pressure to lower fees would curtail profit growth in one of the world's most lucrative mobile markets.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

Gates Foundation Suspends Work With Saudi Crown Prince's Charity
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is suspending its future work with a nonprofit chaired by Saudi Arabia's crown prince, reflecting the unease of Western entities in dealing with the kingdom as it struggles to explain the killing of a dissident journalist.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

'How the Internet Happened' Review: Building a World Online
Today's internet was not merely the product of coding and cheap computers. Its ascent also relied on serendipity, failure and blood feuds. Jon Gertner reviews "How the Internet Happened: From Netscape to the iPhone" by Brian McCullough.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

Say Goodbye to Blurry Smartphone Pictures: A.I.'s Here to Help
Inventive new features bring the ability to capture pro-quality pics well within any novice's reach. Here's a handy rundown.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

Tesla Investor Group Calls for Board Overhaul, More Oversight of Musk
A group of Tesla shareholders, including several U.S. state investment officials, called on the company's board to make sweeping changes to its governance to enhance oversight of Chief Executive Elon Musk.

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

On Hold for 45 Minutes? It Might Be Your Secret Customer Score
Retailers, wireless carriers and others crunch data to determine what shoppers are worth for the long term. The score can determine the prices you pay, the products and ads you see and the perks you receive. "Not all customers deserve a company's best efforts."

WSJ Technology
Nov 01, 2018

The Man Who Bet It All on Bitcoin, and Still Believes
In 2017, Didi Taihuttu sold almost everything he and his family owned and poured it into bitcoin. WSJ goes on a year-long journey with the "bitcoin family" as they bet everything on a decentralized cryptocurrency future, in this episode of Moving Upstream.

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