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WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 12, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 11, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 10, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 09, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 08, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 07, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

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

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

Luxury Brands Win Right to Block Sale of Goods on Amazon in Europe
Luxury brands can restrict retailers from selling their products on web platforms like Amazon and eBay to protect their image, the European Union''s top court has ruled.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

Facebook Tops List of Best Places to Work, Survey Says
Glassdoor Inc. says workers'' feedback shows pay may be important, but so are corporate culture and values.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

Apple's Tim Cook: No Point Yelling at China
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook defended his company''s move to pull hundreds of apps from its China store to comply with Beijing''s demands.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

China's Blurry Cyber Laws Give U.S. Tech Companies No Security
Six months after it went into force, China''s tough new cybersecurity law is still troubling U.S. technology executives who fear that it will put the intellectual property of their companies and the data they collect in jeopardy.

WSJ Technology
Dec 06, 2017

North Koreans Get Smartphones, and the Regime Keeps Tabs
North Korea has allowed more citizens access to smartphones and an isolated intranet, offering residents who can afford it a new way to communicate and giving the dictatorship new opportunities to monitor its people and bolster its powers.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Google Pulls YouTube From Amazon Devices in Latest Spat
Google said it is pulling YouTube from some Amazon.com Inc. devices in retaliation for Amazon refusing to sell many Google products, escalating a battle between two tech titans as their businesses increasingly overlap.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

The 250 Most Effectively Managed U.S. Companies
Amazon is on top, followed by Apple and Alphabet, in a landmark ranking, the Drucker Institute''s Management Top 250.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Nvidia Stands Out in Management Top 250 Rankings
The chip maker, an AI power, scores high in all five categories that make up the ranking.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Duke Energy Says Some Customers May Be Affected by Data Breach
Duke Energy Corp. said Tuesday some of its customers may have been affected by a data breach revealed by PayPal Holdings Inc. last week.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Technology Innovation Isn't Just for Tech Companies
Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble make the top 20 for innovation in the Drucker Institute''s Management Top 250 rankings.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Adobe's Efforts to Understand Workers Pay Off
The software maker ranks fourth for employee engagement and development in the Drucker Institute''s Management Top 250 ranking.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Charlie Ergen Steps Down as Dish CEO to Focus on Wireless Business
Dish Network Corp. said Charlie Ergen has stepped down from his role as chief executive to focus on the company''s fledgling wireless business.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Ad Holding Companies to Rapidly Increase Spending With Amazon
Publicis, Omnicom and WPP plan to boost their ad spending with Amazon between 40% and 100% in 2018.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

News Digest TheSkimm Explores Possible Sale
TheSkimm, the daily news digest that has taken off with younger women, is exploring a possible sale after being contacted by an interested buyer, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Facebook's Messenger Platform Stopped Briefly For Some Users
Facebook Inc.''s Messenger chat platform stopped working for several hours for some users Tuesday morning, a technical hiccup as the company ramps up its focus on person-to-person communication.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Alibaba's Ma Tells U.S. Companies to Stop Whining About China
Amid rumblings of a U.S.-China trade conflict, Alibaba founder Jack Ma defended China against complaints that it creates barriers against outside competitors.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Alibaba's Jack Ma Tells U.S. Companies to Stop Whining About China
Amid rumblings of a U.S.-China trade conflict, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. founder Jack Ma defended China against complaints that it creates barriers against outside competitors.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Facebook Reports Outage on Messenger Platform For Some Users
Facebook Inc.''s Messenger chat platform wasn''t working for some users Tuesday morning, a technical hiccup as the company ramps up its focus on person-to-person communication.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Spotify, Like Google, Wants to Reinvent the Tech IPO
Spotify is next year expected to mount what is arguably the greatest challenge to the Wall Street IPO machine since Google went public in 2004. Silicon Valley''s startup giants will be watching closely.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Could Crispr Help to Knock Out Superbugs?
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology an associate professor in biological engineering is researching ways to kill superbugs with a biological tool called Crispr-Cas9 that edits DNA. This combination of gene editing and viruses that attack bacteria could help scientists fight antibiotic resistance.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Google Changes Game Plan in India to Accommodate Soaring Demand
An explosion of smartphone usage in India is changing the way Alphabet Inc.''s Google sees the future of the internet.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Zions Accidentally Releases Unverified Company Data
Zions Bancorp said it accidentally sent an email Monday with financial data that hasn''t been audited or verified.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Nissan's Robo-Taxis Will Hit the Road in March
With the announcement that testing would begin in March, the company has laid out its first concrete plan to get its vehicles on the streets of Japan.

WSJ Technology
Dec 05, 2017

Is It Time to Regulate Bitcoin?
Individuals who lose money trading a cryptocurrency like bitcoin can hardly expect to appeal to governing institutions when things go wrong. But regulators are unlikely to sit out much longer, and that is a shame.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Nissan Robotaxis Will Hit the Road in March
With the announcement that testing would begin in March, the company has laid out its first concrete plan to get its vehicles on the streets of Japan.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Should 6-Year-Olds Be on Social Media? Facebook Launches Messenger Kids
Facebook said it is rolling out a new messaging app for its youngest audience yet—children between the ages of six and 12, but experts are questioning whether such young children are ready for any social-media access.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

The Apostrophe Catastrophe: Its You're Smartphones Fault
Once beloved for their versatility, the quirky little marks suffer a keyboard downgrade in the age of texting, autocorrect and general laziness. ‘I''ve generally stopped correcting people.''

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Good or Bad? Facebook Launches New Messenger Kids App
Facebook said it is rolling out a new messaging app for its youngest audience yet—children between the ages of six and 12, but experts are questioning whether such young children are ready for any social-media access.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Pressing for a Deal, Broadcom Wants to Remake Qualcomm Board
After a failed attempt to buy Qualcomm, Broadcom unveiled the names of 11 new directors it wants appointed to Qualcomm''s board, while emphasizing it would rather talk to the company about a deal.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Europe Starts Seed Fund to Keep Small Tech From Leaving
The European Union is jump-starting a more than $2 billion public-private funding operation to help its small innovators scale up without moving to the U.S. or Asia.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Facebook Launches Chat App for Tykes and Tweens
Facebook said it is rolling out a new messaging app for its youngest audience yet—children between the ages of six and 12, but experts are questioning whether such young children are ready for any social-media access.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Apple Agrees to Deal With Ireland Over $15 Billion Unpaid Tax Issue
Apple and Ireland have reached an agreement on the terms of an escrow fund, allowing the transfer of roughly $15.46 billion in allegedly unpaid taxes that the European Union ordered Dublin to retrieve, beginning in the first quarter of next year, Ireland''s finance chief said.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Apple's First Medical Study Signals Broader Health Ambitions
Apple last week released an app that will enable it to test the Apple Watch''s ability to track irregular heart rhythms as part of a study with Stanford, more evidence that Apple wants part of the $3.2 trillion U.S. health-care market.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Plummeting Prices Make Batteries a Tough Investment
Low prices aren''t a problem for battery makers if they kick-start electric-car sales—but for production costs to go that low may require new technologies.

WSJ Technology
Dec 04, 2017

Passage of Senate Tax Bill Puts R&D Tax Credit in Doubt
Senate Republicans, in their successful push last week to pass a sweeping tax bill, may have undermined a R&D tax credit many companies count on to encourage innovation.

WSJ Technology
Dec 03, 2017

Senate Tax Revisions Mostly Favorable to Venture-Capital Firms
The Senate''s passage of a proposed overhaul to the U.S. tax code caps a period of uncertainty for the tech industry, spurring a sigh of relief from venture-capital investors.

WSJ Technology
Dec 03, 2017

U.S. Tech CEOs Tout China Cooperation Amid Clampdown
China''s tightening grip on the internet has forced U.S. companies to recalibrate their efforts here, but there was little outward sign of friction as American executives on Sunday touted their commitment to the crucial Chinese market during the government''s annual cyberspace conference.

WSJ Technology
Dec 03, 2017

Safe Spaces Are an Answer to the Ever-More-Hostile Internet
Big Tech can''t keep us safe online, but several smaller-scale services and apps are creating safe spaces, where humans filter content and help us avoid mindless engagement and inappropriate images.

WSJ Technology
Dec 03, 2017

Banks Build Line of Defense for Doomsday Cyberattack
U.S. banks have quietly launched a doomsday project they hope will prevent a run on the financial system should one of them suffer a debilitating cyberattack.

WSJ Technology
Dec 02, 2017

Visa Fires Top Executive Who Handled PayPal, Apple Partnerships
Visa Inc. fired Jim McCarthy, one of its most high-profile executives, on Friday, citing behavior that violated company policy.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Apple CEO to Attend State-Run Internet Conference in China
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook will be the most prominent U.S. executive to participate in an event that promotes China''s vision of closely regulated cyberspace.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Uber Security Managers Resign After Hack, Surveillance Allegations
Uber Technologies'' security team is crumbling after a scandalous two weeks that included the surprise disclosure of a year-old data breach and a damaging letter from a former employee detailing clandestine operations.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

PayPal Says Personal Data May Be Compromised for 1.6 Million TIO Users
PayPal Holdings Inc. said Friday that personally identifiable information for roughly 1.6 million users has potentially been compromised at a company it acquired earlier this year.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Bitcoin Firm Coinbase Names Tech Veteran Asiff Hirji as President
Bitcoin-services company Coinbase on Friday named Asiff Hirji as its new president and chief operating officer.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Silicon Valley Struggles to Add Conservatives to Its Ranks
Some tech employees say their politics are unwelcome in an industry dominated by liberal views.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Bitcoin Futures Set to Start Trading as Regulator Gives Thumbs Up
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said it will allow two major Chicago exchanges, CME Group and Cboe Global Markets, to launch bitcoin futures.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Tencent Music, Spotify Weigh Stake Swap Ahead of IPOs
The music group of Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings and Sweden''s Spotify are in talks to swap stakes of up to 10% in each other''s businesses ahead of their expected public listings next year.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Will Tesla Die for Lack of Cobalt?
Cobalt, a critical part of batteries, has nearly tripled in price since last summer as concerns grow about whether there will be enough cobalt to meet demand.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Verizon's New Ad Campaign: We're More Than Just a Wireless Network
Verizon is rethinking its marketing strategy in an effort to promote its technology products—and the role they play in society—to businesses and investors.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

In Rwanda, Drones Deliver Medical Supplies to Remote Areas
Several drone companies are using cutting-edge technology to deliver essential medical supplies to remote areas—and, in the process, gaining experience that could be used for shipments in more densely populated places.

WSJ Technology
Dec 01, 2017

Tencent's Sharp Rally Just Hit the Skids
Shares of Chinese tech giant Tencent logged their first correction of 2017, falling more than 10% from their latest record high set last week after briefly surpassing Facebook Inc. in market value.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

Disney Sues Redbox Over Digital Movie Sales
Walt Disney Co. sued Redbox in an attempt to stop the DVD rental company from selling digital copies of its movies, alleging that the sales infringe on Disney''s copyrights.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

GM Aims for Self-Driving Taxi Fleet by 2019
General Motors Co. said the robotaxi service it is developing could potentially eclipse the profits it earns in the core automotive business within a decade.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Ready for Streaming
Streaming-music subscribers will finally get access to Taylor Swift''s newest album, three weeks after it went on sale.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

Finance Pros Say You'll Have to Pry Excel Out of Their Cold, Dead Hands
A Journal story about finance chiefs threatening to drop the spreadsheet software provoked a tempest of reader feedback, both pro and con. The upshot: try to eradicate it and you''re in for a brawl.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

Kids' Building Sets That Prove Toys Don't Need Blinks, Beeps and Batteries
Brainy blockheads in Europe are developing toys that teach kids creative skills they can build on. Here, the best ones to order online.

WSJ Technology
Nov 30, 2017

Google May Reunite With Nest as It Takes on Amazon
Google is considering folding home-automation unit Nest into its hardware team, reversing one element of Google''s split two years ago into various businesses under holding company Alphabet.

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