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EU's Google Fine Threatens to Shake Mobile Industry

When the first Android phone went on sale a decade ago, Google made a bet: Its free operating system would hook smartphone makers. Now that business model may need an upgrade.
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EU's Google Fine Threatens to Shake Mobile Industry

When the first Android phone went on sale a decade ago, Google made a bet: Its free operating system would hook smartphone makers. Now that business model may need an upgrade.

Elon Musk Lashes Out at Cave Rescuer in Twitter Outburst

Musk for years has used Twitter to combat critics in ways that few other business leaders would dare. His latest outburst on the platform—in which he suggested a British cave rescuer is a pedophile—was extreme even by his standards.
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Elon Musk Lashes Out at Cave Rescuer in Twitter Outburst

Musk for years has used Twitter to combat critics in ways that few other business leaders would dare. His latest outburst on the platform—in which he suggested a British cave rescuer is a pedophile—was extreme even by his standards.

Uber Faces U.S. Probe Over Alleged Gender Discrimination

Uber is the subject of an investigation by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission stemming from a complaint about gender inequity, part of a series of federal probes of the ride hailing giant.
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Uber Faces U.S. Probe Over Alleged Gender Discrimination

Uber is the subject of an investigation by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission stemming from a complaint about gender inequity, part of a series of federal probes of the ride hailing giant.

Deal or No Deal: The Shadow Over Sun Valley

Media companies hoping their content-making expertise would be in demand from tech magnates at the annual conference Sun Valley were likely to leave disappointed.
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Deal or No Deal: The Shadow Over Sun Valley

Media companies hoping their content-making expertise would be in demand from tech magnates at the annual conference Sun Valley were likely to leave disappointed.

U.S. Lifts Ban on Suppliers Selling to ZTE

ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers, the Commerce Department said, after the Chinese telecom giant met the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.
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U.S. Lifts Ban on Suppliers Selling to ZTE

ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers, the Commerce Department said, after the Chinese telecom giant met the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.

Commerce Department Lifts Ban on U.S. Suppliers Selling to ZTE

Chinese telecom giant ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers after meeting the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.
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Commerce Department Lifts Ban on U.S. Suppliers Selling to ZTE

Chinese telecom giant ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers after meeting the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.

Apple Sets $300 Million Clean Energy Fund for China Amid Trade Tensions

Apple Inc. said it will launch a $300 million clean-energy fund for China with ten of its suppliers, extending the U.S. tech giant’s commitment to China at a time of mounting trade tension between its home country and its most important overseas market.
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Apple Sets $300 Million Clean Energy Fund for China Amid Trade Tensions

Apple Inc. said it will launch a $300 million clean-energy fund for China with ten of its suppliers, extending the U.S. tech giant’s commitment to China at a time of mounting trade tension between its home country and its most important overseas market.

Broadcom Shares Sink as Latest Deal Puzzles Wall Street

Broadcom’s share price fell 14% on Thursday, showing the challenge CEO Hock Tan faces in persuading investors that his $18.9 billion purchase of the software company CA Technologies makes sense for the chip giant.
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Broadcom Shares Sink as Latest Deal Puzzles Wall Street

Broadcom’s share price fell 14% on Thursday, showing the challenge CEO Hock Tan faces in persuading investors that his $18.9 billion purchase of the software company CA Technologies makes sense for the chip giant.

PC Shipments Have Strongest Quarter in Six Years

Personal-computer shipments in the second quarter had the strongest showing in six years, driven by stronger demand from business customers, according to preliminary data from two research firms.
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PC Shipments Have Strongest Quarter in Six Years

Personal-computer shipments in the second quarter had the strongest showing in six years, driven by stronger demand from business customers, according to preliminary data from two research firms.

All Ears: Always-On Listening Devices Could Soon Be Everywhere

Tiny microphones are moving us toward a world in which all gadgets can respond to a voice command. For those worried about privacy: meet a $200 trash can.
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All Ears: Always-On Listening Devices Could Soon Be Everywhere

Tiny microphones are moving us toward a world in which all gadgets can respond to a voice command. For those worried about privacy: meet a $200 trash can.

Uber Cuts More Test Drivers in Its Robot Car Operation

Uber Technologies is cutting more than 100 test-driver jobs from its autonomous vehicle program in Pittsburgh and San Francisco months after a fatal crash involving one of the robot cars.
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Uber Cuts More Test Drivers in Its Robot Car Operation

Uber Technologies is cutting more than 100 test-driver jobs from its autonomous vehicle program in Pittsburgh and San Francisco months after a fatal crash involving one of the robot cars.

Broadcom Agrees to Buy CA Technologies for $18.9 Billion

Broadcom struck a deal to buy software company CA Technologies for nearly $19 billion, a surprise move that takes the chip-making giant in a new direction.
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Broadcom Agrees to Buy CA Technologies for $18.9 Billion

Broadcom struck a deal to buy software company CA Technologies for nearly $19 billion, a surprise move that takes the chip-making giant in a new direction.

Twitter Follower Numbers to Drop as It Removed Locked Accounts

Twitter is subtracting some accounts it has flagged for suspicious activity from the follower numbers of its users, part of the social-media company’s efforts to clamp down on abusive activity.
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Twitter Follower Numbers to Drop as It Removed Locked Accounts

Twitter is subtracting some accounts it has flagged for suspicious activity from the follower numbers of its users, part of the social-media company’s efforts to clamp down on abusive activity.

U.S. Targets Chinese Electronic Parts, Seafood

Chinese electronic components used to run computer networks and secure critical internet connections are the big targets in the latest U.S. tariff plan.
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U.S. Targets Chinese Electronic Parts, Seafood

Chinese electronic components used to run computer networks and secure critical internet connections are the big targets in the latest U.S. tariff plan.

Stolen Military Drone Documents Found for Sale on Dark Web

An unidentified hacker tried to sell purported U.S. military documents containing information about combat drones, a cybersecurity research firm said, after they were allegedly stolen from an Air Force officer’s computer.
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Stolen Military Drone Documents Found for Sale on Dark Web

An unidentified hacker tried to sell purported U.S. military documents containing information about combat drones, a cybersecurity research firm said, after they were allegedly stolen from an Air Force officer’s computer.

Apple Hands Siri Responsibilities to Executive Poached From Google

Apple is handing oversight of its Siri team to new artificial-intelligence chief John Giannandrea three months after hiring him from rival Google.
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Apple Hands Siri Responsibilities to Executive Poached From Google

Apple is handing oversight of its Siri team to new artificial-intelligence chief John Giannandrea three months after hiring him from rival Google.

Google Faces Multibillion Antitrust Fine

The European Union’s antitrust watchdog is expected to find Alphabet’s Google illegally abused the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones, issuing a multibillion-euro fine and ordering changes to the company’s Android-related busine
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Google Faces Multibillion Antitrust Fine

The European Union’s antitrust watchdog is expected to find Alphabet’s Google illegally abused the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones, issuing a multibillion-euro fine and ordering changes to the company’s Android-related business practices.

Uber's HR Chief Leaves After Probe Into Handling of Discrimination Claims

Uber pushed out its human-resources chief, Liane Hornsey, after an internal investigation into her department’s handling of racial discrimination claims.
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Uber's HR Chief Leaves After Probe Into Handling of Discrimination Claims

Uber pushed out its human-resources chief, Liane Hornsey, after an internal investigation into her department’s handling of racial discrimination claims.

All Hail Saudi Arabia's First Female Ride-App Drivers

The first female driver for Uber’s Middle East rival here is helping to set a new course for women integrating into the kingdom’s workforce now that they are allowed to take the wheel.
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All Hail Saudi Arabia's First Female Ride-App Drivers

The first female driver for Uber’s Middle East rival here is helping to set a new course for women integrating into the kingdom’s workforce now that they are allowed to take the wheel.

China Bans Ads on Video App

Chinese authorities banned ads on the Douyin app—which serves up 15-second videos—over an ad they said made light of a venerated Chinese soldier.
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China Bans Ads on Video App

Chinese authorities banned ads on the Douyin app—which serves up 15-second videos—over an ad they said made light of a venerated Chinese soldier.

Microsoft Adds a Lower-Cost Tablet in Challenge to Apple's iPad

Microsoft is cutting prices on its Surface devices, introducing a $399 tablet to compete with Apple’s least-expensive iPads.
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Microsoft Adds a Lower-Cost Tablet in Challenge to Apple's iPad

Microsoft is cutting prices on its Surface devices, introducing a $399 tablet to compete with Apple’s least-expensive iPads.

Tesla to Build Shanghai Plant, Amping Up Operations in China

Tesla announced plans to build a factory in Shanghai, a move expected to boost sales in the world’s largest auto market but comes amid a broader U.S.-China trade dispute.
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Tesla to Build Shanghai Plant, Amping Up Operations in China

Tesla announced plans to build a factory in Shanghai, a move expected to boost sales in the world’s largest auto market but comes amid a broader U.S.-China trade dispute.

Google to Face Multibillion-Euro EU Antitrust Fine

The European Union’s antitrust watchdog is expected to find Alphabet’s Google illegally abused the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones, issuing a multibillion-euro fine and ordering changes to the company’s Android-related busine
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Google to Face Multibillion-Euro EU Antitrust Fine

The European Union’s antitrust watchdog is expected to find Alphabet’s Google illegally abused the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones, issuing a multibillion-euro fine and ordering changes to the company’s Android-related business practices.

Tesla to Build Shanghai Plant

Tesla announced plans to build a factory in Shanghai, a move expected to boost sales in the world’s largest auto market but comes amid a broader trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
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Tesla to Build Shanghai Plant

Tesla announced plans to build a factory in Shanghai, a move expected to boost sales in the world’s largest auto market but comes amid a broader trade dispute between the U.S. and China.

Uber Hires Former Justice Department Lawyer for Compliance Post

Uber Technologies has tapped Scott Schools, a former top official at the U.S. Justice Department, to be its first chief compliance officer, ahead of a highly anticipated initial public offering next year.
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Uber Hires Former Justice Department Lawyer for Compliance Post

Uber Technologies has tapped Scott Schools, a former top official at the U.S. Justice Department, to be its first chief compliance officer, ahead of a highly anticipated initial public offering next year.

Microsoft to Sell Low-Cost Surface to Compete With Apple's iPad

Microsoft is cutting prices on its Surface devices, introducing a $399 tablet to compete with Apple’s least-expensive iPads.
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Microsoft to Sell Low-Cost Surface to Compete With Apple's iPad

Microsoft is cutting prices on its Surface devices, introducing a $399 tablet to compete with Apple’s least-expensive iPads.

Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Privacy

House lawmakers sent letters to the CEOs of Apple and Google parent Alphabet, seeking information about how they handle smartphone users’ personal data such as location information.
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Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Privacy

House lawmakers sent letters to the CEOs of Apple and Google parent Alphabet, seeking information about how they handle smartphone users’ personal data such as location information.

Xiaomi Shares Slip Ahead of Official Debut

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s IPO—one of the largest by a tech company in years—closed with little fanfare Friday, and the shares fell in ‘gray-market’ trading, an ominous sign for its official debut next week.
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Xiaomi Shares Slip Ahead of Official Debut

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s IPO—one of the largest by a tech company in years—closed with little fanfare Friday, and the shares fell in ‘gray-market’ trading, an ominous sign for its official debut next week.

Samsung Sees End to Streak of Record Earnings

Samsung Electronics estimates its second-quarter operating profit was up 5% from a year earlier, missing analyst estimates and ending its streak of record quarters at four.
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Samsung Sees End to Streak of Record Earnings

Samsung Electronics estimates its second-quarter operating profit was up 5% from a year earlier, missing analyst estimates and ending its streak of record quarters at four.

Memory Loss: Prices Weaken for Chips Used in Smartphones, Self-Driving Cars

After a historic rise in 2017, prices this year of two major types of memory chips—called NAND and DRAM—have fallen 37% and 16%, respectively, according to semiconductor sales tracker DRAMeXchange. The drop caused Samsung Electronics Co. to forecast lower
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Memory Loss: Prices Weaken for Chips Used in Smartphones, Self-Driving Cars

After a historic rise in 2017, prices this year of two major types of memory chips—called NAND and DRAM—have fallen 37% and 16%, respectively, according to semiconductor sales tracker DRAMeXchange. The drop caused Samsung Electronics Co. to forecast lower-than-expected profit for the second quarter, and its shares slid 2.3% on Friday.