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WSJ Technology
Aug 20, 2018

Some Tesla Suppliers Fret About Getting Paid
Tesla's tumultuous year has fueled concern among some of its suppliers about the auto maker's financial strength after production of the Model 3 car drained some of its cash.

WSJ Technology
Aug 20, 2018

Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder to Stop Playing
Videogames have gotten harder to turn off, mental-health experts and parents say, raising concerns about the impact of long gaming sessions on players' lives.

WSJ Technology
Aug 20, 2018

Apple Pulls Illegal Apps Targeted by Chinese State Media
Apple Inc. said it removed illegal gambling apps from its App Store in China as it came under fire from Chinese state media—a move that could help quell the latest challenge for the American tech giant in its most important market outside of the U.S.

WSJ Technology
Aug 20, 2018

Colombia Tests Drones to Kill Plants Used for Cocaine
Colombia's police are testing whether drones carrying defoliants can kill the leaf used to make cocaine and win the support of Trump administration officials concerned about the country's capacity to supply drugs to the U.S.

WSJ Technology
Aug 19, 2018

Apple Pulls 25,000 Illegal Apps From China App Store
Apple pulled illegal apps from its App Store in China after coming under fire from state media for not doing enough to filter out banned material.

WSJ Technology
Aug 19, 2018

Fears About Tech-Stock Multiples Don't Add Up, Bulls Say
Shares of companies like Amazon.com, Netflix and Salesforce.com have surged this year, driving the stock market higher but also pushing valuations to what some investors consider worrisome levels.

WSJ Technology
Aug 19, 2018

Amazon's No Bargain. Here's Why Investors Keep Buying
Shares of companies like Amazon.com, Netflix and Salesforce.com have surged this year, driving the stock market higher but also pushing valuations to what some investors consider worrisome levels.

WSJ Technology
Aug 19, 2018

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 Is Crazy Powerful. Can You Handle It?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 does more than any other smartphone—and does it all well—but it's pretty hard to figure it all out.

WSJ Technology
Aug 18, 2018

Big Spenders Pinch Chip Equipment Makers
Stocks of chip equipment makers are known for big highs and big lows. The companies are hoping that the current lows are as bad as it gets.

WSJ Technology
Aug 18, 2018

Trump Slams Social-Media Companies Over 'Censorship'
President Trump threatened action against social-media companies, saying they were suspending accounts in a manner that was "totally discriminating" against conservatives.

WSJ Technology
Aug 18, 2018

What Your Car Knows About You
Auto makers can now collect large amounts of data from internet-connected vehicles, from location to driving habits.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Late to the Driverless Revolution
America's car industry dismissed the potential of autonomous driving for years as tech companies plunged ahead. Now Detroit is racing to catch up.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

When Digital Platforms Become Censors
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other tech giants say that they're open forums. What happens when they start to shut down voices they consider beyond the pale?

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Tesla Was Under Regulator Scrutiny Prior to Musk's Tweet
The SEC began investigating last year whether Tesla misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems and subpoenaed a parts supplier.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Foxconn Pursues Chip Ambitions With Plans for China Plant
Foxconn is making a new push into semiconductors, teaming up with a local government in China's Pearl River Delta to build a chip fabrication plant.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Foxconn to Build Semiconductor Plant in China's Pearl River Delta
Foxconn will work with the Chinese city of Zhuhai to build a semiconductor plant.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Tesla Was Under SEC Scrutiny Prior to Musk's Tweet
The SEC began investigating last year whether Tesla misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems and subpoenaed a parts supplier. Separately, regulators are asking board members for details about their conversations with Elon Musk to take Tesla private.

WSJ Technology
Aug 17, 2018

Google Defends Push Into China Amid Censorship Concerns
Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai defended to employees the internet giant's controversial push to do more business in China but said the company is "not close to launching a search product" in the country.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Strawberry Jam: Urban-Farming Startups Tackle a Problem Crop
If shipping-container farms are going to feed the world, their backers will have to find an economical way to grow the popular fruit indoors.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Lenovo Leaves Tech Sector Rivals Behind---For Once
The Chinese PC maker turned profitable in the latest quarter, after making a loss the same time a year ago. Investors shouldn't count on the good news lasting.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Google CEO Tells Employees Company Isn't Close to Launching Search Engine in China
Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai told employees that the internet giant is "not close to launching a search product in China" and is carefully considering how it will do business in the country, according to a person briefed on the comments.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

SEC Probes Tesla Over Model 3 Production Disclosures
ecurities regulators began investigating last year whether Tesla Inc. misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems, according to a person familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Trump Move to Loosen U.S. Use of Cyberweapons Prompts Intrigue
The Trump administration's move to loosen rules of engagement for U.S. cyberattacks has prompted questions about how the military will carry out offensive digital strikes, and whether hostilities with adversaries will escalate.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Nvidia's Crypto Business Dries Up, Worrying Investors
Nvidia reported robust sales and profits during its second quarter, but warned that revenue from products geared toward cryptocurrency mining would be sharply weaker than expected.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Nvidia Clears Its Crypto Cloud
A volatile crypto market has been a distraction for the chip maker—and its investors.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

DoorDash More Than Doubles Valuation to $4 Billion
DoorDash Inc. said it raised $250 million in a round of funding that values the prepared food-delivery startup at $4 billion, more than doubling its valuation for the second time in five months.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

SEC Pressing Tesla Directors on Communications With Elon Musk
Federal regulators are pressing Tesla Inc.'s directors for details on how much information Chief Executive Elon Musk shared with them before he tweeted last week about a potential deal to take the company private, according to a person familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Judge Rejects Large Parts of FTC Suit Against DirecTV
A federal judge rejected large parts of a nearly $4 billion government lawsuit alleging satellite-TV giant DirecTV engaged in deceptive advertising.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Netflix Signs Up 'Black-ish' Creator Kenya Barris
Netflix said it has signed writer and producer Kenya Barris, creator of ABC's "black-ish," to an exclusive multiyear deal, the latest addition to its star-studded lineup of creative talent.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

FDA Approves Teva's Generic Version of EpiPen Injector
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first generic version from a rival company of Mylan's EpiPen injector device for life-threatening allergic reactions.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Are We in the Last Days of Diesel?
The 2018 Range Rover HSE Td6 may already be doomed. As diesel sales free-fall and European cities ban diesel vehicles, Dan Neil wonders what's next for the world's polluting dinosaurs.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Tesla Model 3's Profitability May Be Fleeting, UBS Report Says
Tesla is making a profit of more than $3,000 on each sale of the current low-price version of its Model 3 sedan, UBS estimates, but would lose nearly twice that amount if the vehicle sells at a long-promised price of $35,000.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

AMD Set to Crack Intel's Lock on Data Centers
Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices is expected to cut into Intel's stranglehold on the data-center business in the coming year.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Flight-Simulator Enthusiasts Confident of Real-World Skills
Virtual-flight hobbyists are in the spotlight after a man who stole an aircraft last week near Seattle said he learned to fly with "videogames.''

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

3 Super-Fun Experiments for Pint-size Scientists
Kate Biberdorf—aka ‘Kate the Chemist'—shares three awe-inspiring, safe, occasionally yummy home experiments for curious kids.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Will These New Features Help Relieve Your Smartphone Addiction?
To help screen addicts break the habit, Big Tech companies like Apple, Google and Facebook are finding new ways to warn of overuse.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Google Outgrows Its Youthful Ideals
In middle age, the search giant's motto has gone from ‘Don't be evil' to something more like ‘Get real.'

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Google's Risky Pragmatism
In transition from youthful idealism to crusty, middle-age realism, the search giant's motto has gone from ‘Don't be evil' to something more like ‘Get real.'

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

The Science Behind the World's Longest Flights
Singapore and Qantas rethink their service for intercontinental trips that could last 20 hours or more.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Tencent's Rout This Year Has Wiped Out Over $175 Billion in Market Value
Tencent's selloff has sparked fears of a broader contagion for tech stocks around the world.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Uber's Revenue Growth Keeps Up Fast Pace as Losses Narrow
A year after joining Uber Technologies, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is showing signs he can maintain the ride-hailing firm's rapid pace of revenue growth while reining in some of its substantial losses.

WSJ Technology
Aug 16, 2018

Starboard Seeks Five Board Seats at Symantec
Activist investor Starboard Value LP has taken a position in the cybersecurity company and privately nominated five directors to its 11-person board in July.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Cisco Extends Growth Streak on Strong Software Sales
Cisco Systems on Wednesday reported its third-consecutive quarter of revenue growth, evidence the networking-gear maker's move to build up its software business is paying off.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Health Insurer Shuns 'Unproven' Amniotic-Tissue Products
United Healthcare said it won't reimburse patients for their use of amniotic-tissue products made by MiMedx Group and other manufacturers.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Best Buy to Acquire Jitterbug Parent GreatCall for $800 Million
Best Buy has agreed to buy GreatCall, the maker of senior-focused Jitterbug mobile phones, for $800 million as part of an effort to increase investments in technology that addresses the needs of older people

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Cisco Is Getting Its Groove Back
The networking giant shows strength in both old and new businesses lines.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

SEC Sends Subpoena to Tesla in Probe Over Musk Tweets
Federal regulators have subpoenaed Tesla, ramping up an investigation into whether Chief Executive Elon Musk was truthful when he tweeted last week that he had secured funding to take the electric-car maker private.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Uber's Second-Quarter Sales Rise 63% With Narrower Loss
A year after joining Uber Technologies, Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi is showing signs he can maintain the ride-hailing firm's rapid pace of revenue growth while reining in some of its substantial losses.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

T-Mobile Forges Deals With Pandora, Live Nation
T-Mobile US Inc. said it will give customers free music and perks from Pandora Media and Live Nation Entertainment, the latest in a string of sweeteners from carriers seeking to offer more than wireless service alone.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Tech Giant Tencent Caught in Chinese Regulatory Trap
Chinese tech titan Tencent Holdings reports a rare profit decline and disappointing sales as the internet giant struggles with regulatory hurdles for its gaming business.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

WhatsApp Founder's 'Rest and Vest' Reward From Facebook: $450 Million
After WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum said he was leaving Facebook in April, he has continued showing up at the social-media giant's headquarters. His incentive for the appearances: about $450 million in stock awards.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

WhatsApp Co-Founder's 'Rest and Vest' Reward From Facebook: $450 Million
After WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum announced he was leaving Facebook in late April, he has continued showing up at the social-media giant's headquarters. His incentive for making the appearances: about $450 million in stock awards, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Wall Street's Latest Short: Once-Hot Metal for Electric Cars
One of the hottest investments of 2017 is now a big short.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Tencent Disappoints on Earnings as Games Face Regulatory Hurdles
The Chinese tech titan reports disappointing revenue and profit as the Chinese internet giant struggles with regulatory hurdles for its gaming business.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Public Radio Networks to Merge in Big Bet on Podcasts
Public-radio companies PRX and PRI are merging in a bid to capitalize on the surging popularity of podcasts and other digital formats as listeners and content creators migrate away from traditional broadcast radio.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Saudi Arabia Goes High-Tech in Approach to Investing
Crown Prince Mohammed and his sovereign-wealth fund, in talks to take a stake in Tesla, have become a pivotal global investor. But some Saudis worry impulsive bets on future technologies could jeopardize the wealth of future generations.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Cisco Aims to Keep Revenue Growth Rolling
Cisco Systems is scheduled to report its fiscal fourth-quarter results after the market closes on Wednesday. Here's what to watch.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Musk Tweets Another Surprise, Naming Tesla Advisers
The electric-car maker's CEO again caught the financial world by surprise with a tweet about his desire to take the company private, revealing a list of advisers before arrangements with all of them were completed.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Uber Drivers Take the Long Way---at Uber's Expense
Many Uber drivers are taking unnecessarily long routes to drive up fares. But unlike with traditional taxis, it is the ride-hailing companies that are responsible for covering the bigger bill.

WSJ Technology
Aug 15, 2018

Tencent's Bad Year Gets Worse, Leading Selloff in Chinese Tech Stocks
After hitting a record high in January, Tencent's shares have lost 29%, wiping out $165 billion in market cap—more than roughly the entire value of Walt Disney.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Twitter Suspends Alex Jones Over New Tweet
Twitter suspended far-right talk-show host Alex Jones for violating the social media company's policies, a reversal amid intensifying public scrutiny and criticism of Mr. Jones's posts on the platform.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Cryptocurrency Market Plumbs New Depths in 2018
A broad investor retreat has pushed the market for digital currencies down 70% from its January high, reflecting user frustration over their modest inroads into commerce and a general shakeout in speculative investments.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Kroger to Sell Groceries on Alibaba Site in China
Kroger will sell its products in China on an e-commerce site owned by Alibaba Group, the grocer's first foray into foreign sales amid a broader push into online retail.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Buffett's Berkshire Keeps Buying More of Apple
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway continued to load up on technology giant Apple in the second quarter.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Elon Musk Tweets Another Surprise, Saying Goldman and Silver Lake Are Tesla Advisers
The electric-car maker's CEO again caught the financial world by surprise with a tweet about his desire to take the company private, revealing a list of advisers before arrangements with all of them were completed.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Match Group, IAC Face Suit Over Tinder Valuation
Three Tinder founders and a handful of current executives alleged in a lawsuit that the dating app's parent companies, Match Group and IAC/InterActiveCorp., manipulated financial information to undermine its valuation.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Microsoft's Cortana Mistake: Relying on Windows
Microsoft is moving to retool Cortana, its digital voice assistant that has struggled as the software giant shackled it to the personal computer.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Tesla Special Committee to Evaluate Possibility of Taking Company Private
Tesla's board of directors has formed a special committee to evaluate Chief Executive Elon Musk's proposal to take the electric-car maker private.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Another Tech Sector Optical Illusion Is Shattered
Shares in Sunny Optical, which makes lenses for smartphones, lost nearly a quarter of their value after earnings missed estimates—the latest sign of investors' unforgiving approach to companies that disappoint.

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Why Nvidia Still Needs to Get Gaming Right
The chip maker's surging data center business gets a lot of attention, but gaming chips still drive a majority of sales

WSJ Technology
Aug 14, 2018

Tencent Game Plan: Make a Play for Esports Domination
Tencent, the world's largest videogame company by revenue, is raising its bet on the fast-growing industry of esports.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Tencent Earnings: What to Watch
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings is scheduled to report its second-quarter earnings after the market closes in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

India Looks to Curb U.S. Tech Giants
Indian policy makers are looking for ways to tamp down American tech behemoths, a shift that could crimp growth potential in one of the biggest remaining open markets for expansion.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Tech Giants Pledge to Ease Patient, Provider Access to Health Data
Major tech companies committed to removing technological barriers that have hindered patient and provider access to health-care data online.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Musk Met With Saudi Fund About Taking Tesla Private
Tesla's Elon Musk said he has been in talks with a Saudi sovereign-wealth fund about taking the electric-car maker private and believes two-thirds of shareholders would remain with the company.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

The Tyranny of the Exclamation Point Is Causing Email and Text Anxiety
We've become addicted to exclamation points in emails and texts as a way to fill in facial expression and tone. Going cold turkey freaks people out; ‘You're not your normal, cheery, bubbly self.'

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

India Looks to Curb U.S. Tech Giants' Power
Indian policy makers are looking for ways to tamp down American tech behemoths, a shift that could crimp growth potential in one of the biggest remaining open markets for their expansion.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

The New Texting Anxiety: Unraveling the Difference Between OK and OK!
We've become addicted to exclamation points in emails and texts as a way to fill in facial expression and tone. Going cold turkey freaks people out; ‘You're not your normal, cheery, bubbly self.'

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk: Saudi Fund Asked About Taking Tesla Private
Tesla's Elon Musk said he has been in talks with a Saudi Arabian sovereign-wealth fund about taking the electric-car maker private and believes two-thirds of current shareholders would remain with the company.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

China Pulls Plug on Tencent Videogame Days After Launch
Chinese regulators have blocked sales of a Tencent videogame where players hunted fearsome creatures, the company said, in the latest setback to its PC games business.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Foxconn Posts Unexpected Drop in Profit
Foxconn Technology posted a worse-than-expected drop in second-quarter profit, even after its biggest customer Apple said recent demand for iPhones remained resilient.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Uber Drivers Take Riders the Long Way---at Uber's Expense
Many Uber drivers are taking unnecessarily long routes to drive up fares. But unlike with traditional taxis, it is the ride-hailing companies that are responsible for covering the bigger bill.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

Kevin Durant, Will Smith Top the Lineup for a New Venture-Capital Fund
Silicon Valley stalwart Andreessen Horowitz is launching a novel effort to boost diversity in tech: an exclusive new fund targeted at black celebrities, athletes and media figures.

WSJ Technology
Aug 13, 2018

France to Ban Cellphones in Schools to Tackle Addiction
A French law enacted last month is set to bar cellphone use by primary and middle school students, an effort to cut down on distractions in class and encourage play or reading during recess.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

The Mystery Behind Tether, the Crypto World's Digital Dollar
A fast-growing digital currency that claims to be backed by U.S. dollars has become a cornerstone of the volatile cryptocurrency market. The problem: There isn't hard evidence the cash supporting it exists.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

Scooter Startups Roll Into Trouble as Cities Slow Their Expansion
As shared-scooter companies race into new cities around the U.S., they are finding city officials emboldened to enact regulations that limit the companies' rapid growth.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

Tensions Flare as Hackers Root Out Flaws in Voting Machines
Hackers at the Defcon computer security conference believe they can help prevent manipulation of U.S. elections. Some election officials and makers of voting machines aren't so sure.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

After Tesla Buyout Tweet, Some Wonder: Where Was Nasdaq?
After Tesla Chief Elon Musk's explosive tweet last week about a possible company buyout, some investors wonder why Nasdaq took more than an hour to halt frenzied trading.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

New Facebook Rules to Protect Organizations' Profile Pages
Facebook is instituting new rules intended to improve the reliability of the information found on the public profiles for businesses and communities.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

A Security App That Actually Makes Browsing Easier
The new Dashlane security suite—with password manager, a VPN and a tool to check if your personal information has been stolen—is the easiest way yet to protect yourself on the internet.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

NASA Spacecraft Rockets Toward Sun for Closer Look
As soon as this fall, the Parker Solar Probe will fly straight through the edges of the sun's outer atmosphere and make 24 close approaches to the sun over the seven-year, $1.5 billion undertaking.

WSJ Technology
Aug 12, 2018

Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion
While Google's search engine remains blocked in China, the company is courting allies there by providing tools and support to a growing number of app developers, manufacturers and advertisers in the region.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race Is On
There are now 10 licensed commercial spaceports in the U.S., double the number in 2004, as local and state officials try to draw business from companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

Social Networks Can't Afford to Lose Too Many Friends
Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are still valued for their fast-growing ad businesses, so an additional slowdown in users could hurt the stocks further.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

No, You Can't Vote Via Text: Officials Battle Disinformation
State election officials are grappling with how to counter online disinformation about how to cast a vote.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

IBM Bet Big on Using Watson to Improve Cancer Care. It Has Fallen Short.
Big Blue spent billions on its Watson artificial intelligence product with a focus on cancer care. Sometimes, it didn't say more than doctors already knew. In other cases, Watson was tripped up by a lack of data in rare or recurring cancers and rapidly evolving treatments.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

No, You Can't Vote Via Text or Tweet
State election officials are grappling with how to counter online disinformation about how to cast a vote.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

On Facebook, New Rules to Protect Organizations' Profile Pages
Facebook is instituting new rules intended to improve the reliability of the information found on the public profiles for businesses and communities.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

The Man Who Solved Bitcoin's Most Notorious Heist
Rampant thefts are taking the shine off cryptocurrencies. After the massive Mt. Gox exchange hack, Kim Nilsson decided to fight back.

WSJ Technology
Aug 11, 2018

IBM Bet Billions on Using Watson to Improve Cancer Treatment. It Hasn't Worked.
Big Blue spent billions on its Watson artificial intelligence product with a focus on cancer care. Sometimes, it didn't say more than doctors already knew. In other cases, Watson was tripped up by a lack of data in rare or recurring cancers and rapidly evolving treatments.

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