• The Phone That's Failing Apple: iPhone XR

    Tepid iPhone sales aren’t all that ail Apple in China. Competition from local smartphone rivals, trade-dispute fallout and a court battle could make 2019 a tough year for the company in its most important market outside the U.S. Photo composite: Crystal Tai. 194 Comments By Yoko Kubota Yoko Kubota The Wall Street...

  • German IT security chief faces grilling over hacking case

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel (AP Photo/Petr David Josek) Germany’s top IT security official faces a grilling Monday over...

  • China Lands Probe on the 'Dark Side' of the Moon

        China’s Chang’e-4 probe arrived on the “dark side” of the moon, pictured here, marking a...

  • Judge blocks Airbnb crackdown in New York City

    Supporters of Airbnb hold a rally on the steps of New York City Hall showing support for...

  • Jeff Bezos and Jamie Dimon: Best of Frenemies

    54 Comments By Emily Glazer, Emily Glazer The Wall Street Journal Biography @EmilyGlazerWSJ Google+ Emily.Glazer@wsj.com Laura Stevens...

  • 13 Alexa skills that you’ll use time and time again

    Amazon Echo (Amazon) At last, you’ve found yourself with an Amazon Echo speaker. The Echo (or Echo...

  • Marriott Says Hackers Swiped Millions of Passport Numbers

    Marriott International Inc. said fewer customers were affected in a massive data breach than initially feared but confirmed that hackers had compromised the passport numbers of millions of people in what security analysts have described as a potential foreign-intelligence gold mine. Marriott, the world’s largest hotel company, disclosed in November that a...

  • F-35 air-to-air missiles can now hit 2 drones at once, changing air combat

    File photo – F-35A Lightning II aircraft receive fuel from a KC-10 Extender from Travis Air Force...

  • Apple Beware: Samsung's Great Fall in China Was Swift

    In China’s smartphone market, domestic brands have gained popularity by offering competitive models at modest prices. Photo: wang zhao/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 126 Comments By Timothy W. Martin Timothy W. Martin The Wall Street Journal Biography @timothywmartin Google+ Timothy.Martin@wsj.com Jan. 4, 2019 7:20 a.m. ET SEOUL— Apple Inc.’s AAPL 4.27% recently revealed stumble...

  • Apple's Troubles Extend Beyond China

    From a slowdown in China to waning iPhone demand, WSJ’s Dan Gallagher explains the main factors contributing to Apple’s fourth-quarter revisions. Photo: AP By Jay Greene and Jay Greene The Wall Street Journal Biography @greene iamjaygreene Google+ jay.greene@wsj.com Yoko Kubota Yoko Kubota The Wall Street Journal Biography @Kubota_Yoko yoko.kubota@wsj.com Jan. 3, 2019...

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