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WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 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
Mar 26, 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
Mar 26, 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
Mar 26, 2019

Chinese Scientist Claims World's First Genetically Modified Babies
A Chinese scientist claims to have produced the world's first genetically modified babies, stirring alarm among doctors who warn such experiments using nascent DNA-editing technology pose too many health and ethical risks.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 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
Mar 26, 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
Mar 26, 2019

IBM CEO Criticizes Big Internet Platforms for Mishandling Customers' Data
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty attacked big internet platforms for mishandling customers' data and endorsed some EU efforts to police the web.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

It's Official: China's E-Commerce King Is a Communist
China's E-Commerce king, Jack Ma, was identified as a Communist Party member by the People's Daily in a list of people credited with helping modernize China's economy.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

Microsoft on Verge of Retaking Apple's Market Cap Crown
The software giant is on the verge of retaking Apple's market cap crown.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

NASA's InSight Spacecraft Lands Safely on Mars
NASA engineers celebrated as the $828 million InSight lander signaled a safe landing on Mars, where it will take the pulse of the Red Planet by monitoring seismic waves from quakes and meteor strikes.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

Silicon Valley's Stock Exchange Meets SEC Roadblock
The Long-Term Stock Exchange—a market for the nation's hottest startups-was opposed by a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

The Cybersecurity Mistakes Startups Make When They Get Big
When small businesses start to boom, upgrading their cybersecurity usually gets left off the to-do list.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

This Website Is the Stock Market for Nikes and Rolexes
StockX, a Dan Gilbert backed start-up has revolutionized the secondary market for sneakers, streetwear, handbags and watches. With a new London office, it has its sights set on global expansion.

WSJ Technology
Mar 26, 2019

United Tech to Break Itself Into Three Companies
The industrial conglomerate has decided to separate itself into three independent companies, breaking apart one of America's last industrial conglomerates.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Buyer Beware: Hollywood Special Effects Now Permeate Property Listings
A computer-versus-computer showdown is brewing in the residential property market, pitting investors' house-hunting algorithms against sellers' virtual listing photos.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Facebook Sues Chinese Companies for Creating Fake Accounts
Facebook and Instagram sued four companies and three people based in China for creating and selling fake accounts, likes and followers, according to a posting on the social media giant's website.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

The $2,000 Bendable Phone: Hold 'Em or Fold 'Em?
At the mobile-phone industry's premier trade show, two of the world's three biggest makers lavishly displayed what they hope will be the smartphone of the future. The question is, will anyone buy it?

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Grocers Brace for Another Blow From Amazon
Competition from Amazon.com has pushed grocers to focus on home delivery and lower prices. Now it is taking aim at supermarkets' high-profit products: those found in the beauty aisle.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Huawei Executive Files Suit Over Canadian Detention
Meng Wanzhou claims her legal rights were violated when she was detained at Vancouver International Airport in December following an extradition arrest request from the U.S.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

A Doctor's Prescription for More AI in Medicine
Eric Topol makes the case for how artificial intelligence can improve health care, despite privacy concerns.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Democrats Turn to Online Tool for Organizing Volunteers
MobilizeAmerica gives Democratic campaigns and progressive causes a centralized sign-up system for events, door-knocking and shifts calling and texting voters.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Tesla Is Betting It Can Sell Cars Online, Without a Test Drive
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's latest strategic shift will be one of his biggest challenges: persuading mainstream consumers to purchase cars online the way they buy books or clothes.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

Taboola Makes Acquisition to Bolster Its Take on Apple News
Taboola is acquiring an Israeli team to bolster its young news recommendation service for users of Android phones.

WSJ Technology
Mar 04, 2019

New York Governor Appeals to Amazon to Reconsider
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he has been in contact with Amazon executives, urging them to rethink their decision to abandon plans for a headquarters campus in Queens.

WSJ Technology
Mar 03, 2019

Galaxy S10 Review: Samsung Finally Gets Everything Right
Samsung has long made good hardware, and the Galaxy S10 is its best yet. But for the first time, the company also nailed the software.

WSJ Technology
Mar 03, 2019

Smartphone-Wielding Chinese Tourists Challenge Cash's Reign
Paper money has reigned supreme in Japan, but a flood of Chinese tourists who expect to pay with a phone like they do back home is spurring the adoption of digital payments in the Land of the Rising Sun.

WSJ Technology
Mar 03, 2019

SpaceX Crew Capsule, With a Dummy Astronaut, Docks With Space Station
A new-generation SpaceX capsule autonomously docked with the international space station on Sunday, in a successful test of computers and maneuvering systems deemed essential to carry U.S. astronauts on future missions.

WSJ Technology
Mar 03, 2019

Weapon Makers Declare War on Drones
Arms makers are targeting the growing menace of drones at airports and on battlefields with a rush to develop new missile systems, radar jammers and laser cannons.

WSJ Technology
Mar 03, 2019

Tech's Costly Health Benefits Pay Dividends
Tech companies that don't yet turn a profit are doling out benefit packages worth over $100,000 per employee. According to their investors, this is good for their bottom lines, not just their consciences.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

EBay Settles, More or Less
EBay isn't necessarily for sale, but parts of it could be soon.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

Why Facebook Still Seems to Spy on You
WSJ reporter Katherine Bindley found that our ability to control Facebook ad tracking is limited and that much of what Facebook claims should come with lengthy footnotes.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

SpaceX Capsule Lifts Offfor Long-Delayed Test Flight
Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully launched a Crew Dragon capsule on its maiden voyage into orbit without people on board, but technical challenges could delay for months the first trip carrying astronauts.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

Help, We're Drowning in Recycling! Cue the 'Internet of Trash'
No amount of technology, innovation or policy can solve our massive recycling crisis, but a litany of trash-tech companies are at least trying.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

Lyft's IPO Filing Offers Look at Size, Scope of Ride-Hailing Company
Lyft made its IPO documentation public, a move that fires the starting gun on what's expected to be one of the biggest years for tech IPOs ever.

WSJ Technology
Mar 02, 2019

Canada Allows Extradition of Huawei Executive to Proceed
Canada said the U.S. had presented enough evidence to proceed with the extradition hearing for a Huawei Technologies top executive, clearing the way for a case at the center of tensions between the U.S., China and Canada.

WSJ Technology
Mar 01, 2019

Amazon to Launch New Grocery Chain
Amazon is planning to open dozens of grocery stores in several major U.S. cities as the retail giant looks to broaden its reach in the food business and touch more aspects of consumers' lives.

WSJ Technology
Mar 01, 2019

How Two Duke Benchwarmers and a 3-D Printer Rescued a Top NFL Prospect
When Duke quarterback Daniel Jones fractured his collarbone, the medical staff turned to two walk-ons to custom build a brace for the star player and help him return to the field.

WSJ Technology
Mar 01, 2019

Tesla Makes Record $920 Million Payment for Convertible Bond
Tesla delivered its largest-ever bond payment, a move that likely used up nearly a quarter of its cash at a time when the company faces increasing scrutiny from regulators and investors.

WSJ Technology
Mar 01, 2019

Would You Pay $32,709 for a Lab-Grown Diamond?
Serious designers are making lab-grown gems—produced without the human and environmental tolls of traditional mined diamonds—desirable.

WSJ Technology
Mar 01, 2019

EBay Plans Strategic Review of Assets
EBay will review its operations and assets and add two directors, with a third new member to be added later in 2019, as part of agreements with affiliates of activist investors Elliott Management and Starboard Value.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Tesla Shifts to Online Sales Model
Tesla is shifting all its global sales online to cut costs as it begins taking orders for the $35,000 version of its Model 3 compact car.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Some Uber, Lyft Drivers to Get Stock in IPOs
Uber and Lyft are planning to give some drivers the chance to take part in their initial public offerings, a rare move that would grant them access to two of the most hotly anticipated IPOs ever.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

SpaceX Prepares Capsule for Humans
A SpaceX flight set for early Saturday won't include crew but will test hardware reliability of the Crew Dragon capsule, as the U.S. tries to get back into the business of transporting astronauts into space.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Amazon's Project Zero Aims to Help Brands Target Scammers
Amazon is starting to let brand owners delete listings on its site for products they deem fake, a shift in its struggle to fight counterfeiters that cedes some responsibility to others.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

New York Requests Documents from Facebook, Apps on Data Sharing
A New York regulator is ramping up a promised investigation of how Facebook gathered sensitive personal information from popular smartphone applications, after a report by The Wall Street Journal revealed that many such apps were sending the social-media giant data including users' body weight and menstrual cycles.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Know-It-All Robot Shuts Down Dubious Family Texts
Biting your tongue at yet another questionable article shared in your message group of friends and family? Add artificial-intelligence fact-checker Meiyu as a member, she will jump in with ‘False' and explain why it's wrong; quieter mothers-in-law.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Daimler, BMW Team Up on Self-Driving Car Technology
Daimler and BMW, two of the world's biggest manufacturers of high-end vehicles, are expected to unveil plans to expand existing cooperation to include the development of self-driving vehicle technology.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Posting 'Revenge Porn' Will Soon Lead to Jail Time in New York
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to sign a bill state lawmakers approved unanimously on Thursday outlawing so-called ‘revenge porn' and allowing its victims to seek a court order requiring websites to remove illicit images.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Quake Expectations: We're Getting Better at Anticipating the Next Big Tremor
Recent advances including aquatic robots, ultra-precise sonar beacons and GPS systems are now giving scientists the chance to view the ocean floor to better predict how, and where, the biggest earthquakes might occur.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

How A.I. Is Making Supermarkets Less Exhausting
Wallet-free shopping, souped-up grocery carts and robot helpers are making supermarket excursions smarter, easier—and much, much faster.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Here's the Real Story Behind the Demise of Mars Rover B
Maybe teen hackers or the Chinese did it in—if it was there at all.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Green Power: The Quest to Harness Energy From Leaves
Researchers are using plants to light up LEDs and inspire a more versatile class of robots

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Facebook Faces 10 Privacy Probes in Ireland as Global Scrutiny Intensifies
Facebook faces 10 investigations by Ireland's privacy regulator into whether the company or its subsidiaries have violated European Union law, amid growing scrutiny around the world of its privacy practices.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

FedEx to Test Robot for Same-Day Delivery
FedEx will soon start testing robots that could make same-day deliveries of medicine, pizzas and other items to consumers' homes, pushing the parcel-delivery giant into a new market competing against startups like Postmates that use humans for rapid deliveries.

WSJ Technology
Feb 28, 2019

Mozido Founder Accused of Fraud, Money Laundering
Federal prosecutors accused Michael Liberty, the founder of Mozido, of criminal fraud and money laundering, the latest sign of a crackdown on the activities of privately held technology companies.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

As 5G Technology Expands, So Do Concerns Over Privacy
Enhanced location tracking and more data collection means there will be fewer places to hide.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

HP Sales Rise, but Fall Short of Estimates
HP's sales missed Wall Street targets in the most recent quarter, but the company maintained its full-year outlook on adjusted profit.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

TikTok Settles With FTC Over Data Collection From Children
The popular short-video and social-media app TikTok agreed to a $5.7 million settlement with federal regulators over allegations that it illegally collected personal information from children.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

Where China Dominates in 5G Technology
Chinese companies are leaders in 5G patents and standards proposals. That means big royalties ahead.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

EBay Is Expected to Give Activist Shareholders at Least 2 Board Seats
The agreement eBay is nearing with shareholders Elliott Management and Starboard Value would give each one a board seat, with possible input on another seat.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

How 5G Will Change So Much More Than Your Phone
New wireless technology promises to make everything connected. Here's a sample of what that could mean.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

Five Small 5G-Related Companies That Investors Should Watch
These companies are trying to get a jump on offering 5G applications as the networks are built out.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

How the U.S. Can Catch Up in the 5G Race
Government collaboration is much more important in building out the network than it was for 4G.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

FCC Chairman Says U.S. Has Early 5G Lead
Telecom regulator says spectrum policy helps U.S., but Chinese equipment makers pose threat.

WSJ Technology
Feb 27, 2019

New York City Tries to Even Out Access to Wireless Networks
Municipalities across the country grapple with uneven access to faster wireless service as 5G approaches.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

U.S. Takes Huawei Fight Directly to Telecom Industry
U.S. officials came to the world's largest telecom trade fair to press allies to exclude Huawei equipment from next-generation cellular networks, calling the Chinese company's gear a security risk.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

How Much 5G Could Cost Users
Wireless carriers are still grappling with how much to charge consumers and businesses for this faster, next-generation service.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

What to Expect From 5G Phones---and When
The early ones will be expensive, and they may not change the mobile experience. So, should you wait to buy one?

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

Tesla's Elon Musk Strains at SEC Leash With Tweets
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has until March 11 to answer federal regulators' claims that tweets he issued last week violated an enforcement settlement he reached last year, a federal judge decided Tuesday.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

Activist Investors, eBay Nearing Settlement That Sets Stage for Possible Change
Online marketplace eBay and activist investors Elliott Management and Starboard Value are nearing a settlement deal that would give the activists board seats and could open the door to the company breaking itself up.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

Apple, Facebook Fight Global Encryption Battle
International governments are passing laws that allow authorities to pressure tech companies such as Apple and Facebook for access to digital secrets.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

Outbrain to Acquire Native-Ad Specialist
Outbrain, a company that puts ads on publishers' websites that recommend content elsewhere, is acquiring Ligatus, a subsidiary of German media giant Bertelsmann that specializes in native advertising.

WSJ Technology
Feb 26, 2019

Washington Considers Overhaul of Music-Licensing Rules
Justice Department officials and lawmakers are looking afresh at longstanding rules that have pitted songwriters and publishers against the businesses, broadcasters and streaming services that want to play their music.

WSJ Technology
Feb 25, 2019

SEC Asks Manhattan Federal Court to Hold Musk in Contempt
The Securities and Exchange Commission says in a court filing that a Feb. 19 tweet regarding projected production volumes in 2019 violated terms of a prior settlement.

WSJ Technology
Feb 25, 2019

Huawei Pooh-Poohs 5G Bans With an Advertising Offensive
As a challenge to key U.S. allies seeking to block it from rollouts of 5G networks, China's Huawei Technologies unleashed an edgy ad campaign.

WSJ Technology
Feb 25, 2019

Apple's Deal With Goldman Has Wall Street on Defense
Apple wants a piece of Wall Street. Goldman doesn't want to give it away. But both companies need each other if they are going to burrow deeper into consumer banking.

WSJ Technology
Feb 25, 2019

Etsy Stock Rises, as Users and Sellers Grow
Etsy's sales and profits beat Wall Street projections in the most recent quarter, and the online marketplace forecast another year of strong growth, sending shares up in extended trading.

WSJ Technology
Feb 25, 2019

India Increases Pressure on Amazon and Walmart
India proposed new rules for foreign e-commerce firms, the country's latest move to rein in large American tech companies that dominate the country's budding internet economy.

WSJ Technology
Feb 24, 2019

Popular Apps Cease Sharing Data With Facebook
Popular health and fitness apps scrambled to stop sending sensitive personal information to Facebook after The Wall Street Journal reported Friday many were transmitting detailed information about topics including their users' weight and menstrual cycles.

WSJ Technology
Feb 24, 2019

Microsoft's Hype Strategy for HoloLens Is to Avoid It
With the debut of HoloLens 2, Microsoft's augmented-reality headset gets lighter, with a wider field of view. But it's meant for getting real work done, not shooting space invaders.

WSJ Technology
Feb 24, 2019

Huawei's Foldable Smartphone Raises the Bar---and Price Tag
Just days after Samsung Electronics launched the industry's first mainstream foldable-screen smartphone, China's Huawei Technologies upped the ante with a competing device with an even more stratospheric price tag.

WSJ Technology
Feb 24, 2019

Google Is the Best---and the Worst--- Wireless Carrier
Google Fi, the search giant's cellular service, offers simple smartphone plans that can save you money and now even run on iPhones—but it isn't fast enough to keep up with the big carriers.

WSJ Technology
Feb 23, 2019

'Apex Legends' Is EA's Move to Out-Fortnite 'Fortnite'
"Apex Legends," the free, last-man-standing videogame that Electronic Arts launched Feb. 4 with no fanfare, is the first challenger to crack the armor of Epic Games Inc.'s juggernaut "Fortnite."

WSJ Technology
Feb 23, 2019

Approval Rate Declines for H-1B Visas
The Trump administration is demanding supporting evidence in many more applications for coveted H-1B visas for high-skilled foreign workers, and denying more petitions.

WSJ Technology
Feb 23, 2019

On-Demand Grandkids and Robot Pals to Keep Senior Loneliness at Bay
Devices and services that facilitate—and in some cases replace—human contact are attracting insurers looking to combat an ever-more lethal crisis of loneliness.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

U.S.-Huawei Fight to Take Center Stage at Trade Show
A large delegation of U.S. officials is heading to Spain for the world's largest telecommunications trade show, planning to ratchet up a monthslong offensive against Huawei that has produced mixed results.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

Apps Send Sensitive User Information Directly to Facebook
Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including personal health information. Unbeknown to most people, in many cases that data is being shared with someone else: Facebook.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

Cuomo Calls for Probe Into Facebook's Collection of Sensitive Data from Apps
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered an investigation into how Facebook accesses people's personal information in response to an analysis by the Journal that showed the social-media giant collects sensitive data from smartphone apps.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

Evan Williams, Twitter Co-Founder, to Leave Board
Twitter co-founder and former Chief Executive Evan Williams is stepping down from the company's board, closing a 13-year run that started with a simple idea to use up some leftover money.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

First Tesla Model 3s Zoom Into China, Outracing Tariff Threat
China's first Model 3 owners have taken express delivery of their new cars after the electric-car maker rushed a boatload of vehicles across the Pacific to beat a looming tariff deadline.

WSJ Technology
Feb 22, 2019

Baidu Forecasts Weaker Growth as Chinese Economy Slows
China's search-engine giant Baidu expects its slowest revenue growth in nearly two years in the current quarter, with advertising pinched by tighter government regulation and the downturn in the Chinese economy.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Nintendo of America President Is Retiring
Nintendo Co. said Thursday that Reggie Fils-Aimé, its longtime president of the U.S. division, is retiring in April.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Pinterest Files Confidentially for IPO
Pinterest has confidentially filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering, joining a parade of highly valued technology startups planning to list their shares in 2019.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

U.S. Campaign Against Huawei Runs Aground in an Exploding Tech Market
The Chinese company's low prices outweigh spying concerns for many countries ramping up 5G spending, in particular the pivotal internet economy of India. "The perception here is that the U.S. action is more a matter of foreign policy."

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Apple, Goldman Sachs Team Up on Credit Card Paired With iPhone
The companies hope to lure cardholders by offering them extra features on Apple's Wallet app, which will let them set spending goals, track their rewards and manage their balances.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Tesla's Model 3 Loses Recommended Status From Consumer Reports
Tesla's Model 3 has lost its recommended status from Consumer Reports, less than a year after the magazine awarded it the coveted designation.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Baidu Reports 50% Quarterly Profit Drop but Revenue Beats Projections
Baidu reported stronger-than-expected revenue in the most recent period, driven by its search-engine business and artificial-intelligence initiatives.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

The Hot, Lucrative Market in IT Security Talent
The cybersecurity talent shortage has driven up salaries. A look at who's making what.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

New York Property Firm Hit the Jackpot. Then Amazon Pulled Out.
There may be nobody who lost more from Amazon's pull out of Queens than the real-estate investors at Savanna.

WSJ Technology
Feb 21, 2019

Apple to Chinese Consumers: Buy a New iPhone for Under $30 a Month, Interest Free
Hoping to revitalize sales in China, Apple has paired up with the world's largest financial-technology company to give iPhone buyers an affordable purchase option.

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