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Supreme Court to Consider Apple Appeal in Lawsuit Over iPhone App Prices

The Supreme Court announced it will hear an Apple appeal challenging the propriety of a lawsuit brought by consumers who allege that the company illegally monopolized the sale of iPhone apps.
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Supreme Court to Consider Apple Appeal in Lawsuit Over iPhone App Prices

The Supreme Court announced it will hear an Apple appeal challenging the propriety of a lawsuit brought by consumers who allege that the company illegally monopolized the sale of iPhone apps.

Apple to Push Fix for Locating 911 Callers

iPhone users who call 911 will automatically send location data to emergency call centers, the result of a partnership between Apple Inc. and startup RapidSOS that addresses a source of first-responder delays.
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Apple to Push Fix for Locating 911 Callers

iPhone users who call 911 will automatically send location data to emergency call centers, the result of a partnership between Apple Inc. and startup RapidSOS that addresses a source of first-responder delays.

Google Invests $550 Million in Chinese Online Shopping Site JD.com

Google’s $550 million investment in JD.com will deepen its ties with China and strengthen its foothold in online shopping.
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Google Invests $550 Million in Chinese Online Shopping Site JD.com

Google’s $550 million investment in JD.com will deepen its ties with China and strengthen its foothold in online shopping.

Goldman Sachs Bankers Moonlight as Venture Capitalists

Goldman Sachs bankers have quietly been moonlighting as venture capitalists, investing early in startups like Uber, Spotify, Dropbox and Square and amassing a multimillion-dollar portfolio.
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Goldman Sachs Bankers Moonlight as Venture Capitalists

Goldman Sachs bankers have quietly been moonlighting as venture capitalists, investing early in startups like Uber, Spotify, Dropbox and Square and amassing a multimillion-dollar portfolio.

Sizing Up Tesla's $10 Billion Debt Stack

Tesla is growing faster than any other auto maker—just not always in ways stockholders would want. The company’s debt has surged just as fast as sales, while profits remain elusive.
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Sizing Up Tesla's $10 Billion Debt Stack

Tesla is growing faster than any other auto maker—just not always in ways stockholders would want. The company’s debt has surged just as fast as sales, while profits remain elusive.

Microsoft Is Fixing Office, But Not Fast Enough

The new version of Microsoft Office is playing catch-up to Google Docs, with cleaner design, faster apps and smarter features, but in some ways it is still stuck in the 1990s.
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Microsoft Is Fixing Office, But Not Fast Enough

The new version of Microsoft Office is playing catch-up to Google Docs, with cleaner design, faster apps and smarter features, but in some ways it is still stuck in the 1990s.

Chip Makers: We'll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods

The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they will hurt American business and make the country less competitive.
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Chip Makers: We'll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods

The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they will hurt American business and make the country less competitive.

Apple Looks to Keep iPhones With Cheaper Displays

Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays more than analysts had expected, showing consumers’ sensitivity to the price of smartphones.
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Apple Looks to Keep iPhones With Cheaper Displays

Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays more than analysts had expected, showing consumers’ sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

The Hidden Cost of Trying to Land Amazon's HQ2

Time, money and potential lost opportunities are at stake as finalist cities and states compete ferociously to win Amazon’s $5 billion second headquarters.
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The Hidden Cost of Trying to Land Amazon's HQ2

Time, money and potential lost opportunities are at stake as finalist cities and states compete ferociously to win Amazon’s $5 billion second headquarters.

WeWork in Talks With SoftBank to Double Valuation to as Much as $40 Billion

SoftBank Group Corp. is in discussions to invest another giant slug of capital in WeWork Cos., with a potential deal that would value the shared-office company at $35 billion to $40 billion, people familiar with the matter said.
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WeWork in Talks With SoftBank to Double Valuation to as Much as $40 Billion

SoftBank Group Corp. is in discussions to invest another giant slug of capital in WeWork Cos., with a potential deal that would value the shared-office company at $35 billion to $40 billion, people familiar with the matter said.

A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box Has Apple Playing Defense

GrayKey, a $15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back.
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A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box Has Apple Playing Defense

GrayKey, a $15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back.

Senators Move to Sink Trump's ZTE Deal

In a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump, Republican Senate leaders set up a vote for this week that would undo the White House deal to revive Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp.
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Senators Move to Sink Trump's ZTE Deal

In a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump, Republican Senate leaders set up a vote for this week that would undo the White House deal to revive Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp.

AT&T's Dream Deal Hangs on Judge's Decision

A federal judge will only need a short time Tuesday to make an AT&T-Time Warner deal official or—if government antitrust enforcers prevail—block the deal, sending both companies back to the drawing board.
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AT&T's Dream Deal Hangs on Judge's Decision

A federal judge will only need a short time Tuesday to make an AT&T-Time Warner deal official or—if government antitrust enforcers prevail—block the deal, sending both companies back to the drawing board.

Facebook Delivers 450-Page Homework Assignment to Congress

Facebook turned in more than 450 pages of homework to U.S. lawmakers, defending itself against claims that it is a monopoly and sidestepping questions about the effectiveness of an app that can effectively spy on competitors.
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Facebook Delivers 450-Page Homework Assignment to Congress

Facebook turned in more than 450 pages of homework to U.S. lawmakers, defending itself against claims that it is a monopoly and sidestepping questions about the effectiveness of an app that can effectively spy on competitors.

The Smart Accessory to Make Your TV Sound as Good as It Looks

TVs, thinner and more beautiful than ever, have never had worse sound. You can fix that with a single, easy upgrade to your home theater: a soundbar.
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The Smart Accessory to Make Your TV Sound as Good as It Looks

TVs, thinner and more beautiful than ever, have never had worse sound. You can fix that with a single, easy upgrade to your home theater: a soundbar.

Electronic Arts Embraces Subscriptions for New PC Games

Electronic Arts soon will let people subscribe to play its newest PC games, embracing a model analysts believe could eventually alter how people access games and choose which ones to play.
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Electronic Arts Embraces Subscriptions for New PC Games

Electronic Arts soon will let people subscribe to play its newest PC games, embracing a model analysts believe could eventually alter how people access games and choose which ones to play.

China's Xiaomi Lost $1.1 Billion in the First Quarter

Chinese smartphone and gadget maker Xiaomi lost money in the first three months of the year, the company revealed in new filings ahead of its coming stock listing that is expected to value the company at about $70 billion.
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China's Xiaomi Lost $1.1 Billion in the First Quarter

Chinese smartphone and gadget maker Xiaomi lost money in the first three months of the year, the company revealed in new filings ahead of its coming stock listing that is expected to value the company at about $70 billion.

Japan Says Airbnb Had Plenty of Warning About New Law

The Japan Tourism Agency on Monday defended its handling of a new law that has led to thousands of Airbnb cancellations, saying the U.S. company had ample warning that unlicensed hosts wouldn’t be permitted to operate starting June 15.
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Japan Says Airbnb Had Plenty of Warning About New Law

The Japan Tourism Agency on Monday defended its handling of a new law that has led to thousands of Airbnb cancellations, saying the U.S. company had ample warning that unlicensed hosts wouldn’t be permitted to operate starting June 15.

Invented at Duke, Financed in Beijing: Powerful Spy Camera Shows China's AI Ambition

After failing to win over financial backers and customers in the U.S., David Brady moved his tech startup to China. The project’s shift east offers insight into how China is emerging as a global player in pioneering technologies.
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Invented at Duke, Financed in Beijing: Powerful Spy Camera Shows China's AI Ambition

After failing to win over financial backers and customers in the U.S., David Brady moved his tech startup to China. The project’s shift east offers insight into how China is emerging as a global player in pioneering technologies.

The One-Name Email, a Silicon Valley Status Symbol, Is Wreaking Havoc

They bring bragging rights at tech companies, but as startups grow, so do the arguments, misfires and mix-ups; two Fabians, eight Adams and ‘the original Peter’
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The One-Name Email, a Silicon Valley Status Symbol, Is Wreaking Havoc

They bring bragging rights at tech companies, but as startups grow, so do the arguments, misfires and mix-ups; two Fabians, eight Adams and ‘the original Peter’

Japan Legalizes Airbnb, and Thousands of Listings Vanish

A new law that legalizes home-sharing in Japan was supposed to help Airbnb open the country up to more visitors. Instead, it has led to the loss of thousands of listings as well as canceled reservations and angry customers.
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Japan Legalizes Airbnb, and Thousands of Listings Vanish

A new law that legalizes home-sharing in Japan was supposed to help Airbnb open the country up to more visitors. Instead, it has led to the loss of thousands of listings as well as canceled reservations and angry customers.

What Regulatory Worries? Global Tech Stocks Reach New Heights

The global technology giants at the center of a steep selloff in stocks this spring are climbing to new highs propelled by blockbuster earnings and a surge in business spending.
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What Regulatory Worries? Global Tech Stocks Reach New Heights

The global technology giants at the center of a steep selloff in stocks this spring are climbing to new highs propelled by blockbuster earnings and a surge in business spending.

U.S. Says It Reclaimed Supercomputer Crown From China

The U.S. Department of Energy is debuting a supercomputer from IBM that it says is the world’s fastest and leapfrogs a Chinese machine that has held the top spot for the last two years.
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U.S. Says It Reclaimed Supercomputer Crown From China

The U.S. Department of Energy is debuting a supercomputer from IBM that it says is the world’s fastest and leapfrogs a Chinese machine that has held the top spot for the last two years.

Facebook Gave Some Firms Special Access to Data After Cutoff

Facebook struck customized data-sharing deals with a select group of companies, some of which had special access to user records well after the social-media giant cut off developers from that information, according to court documents, company officials and pe
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Facebook Gave Some Firms Special Access to Data After Cutoff

Facebook struck customized data-sharing deals with a select group of companies, some of which had special access to user records well after the social-media giant cut off developers from that information, according to court documents, company officials and people familiar with the matter.

Google Says It Won't Allow Its Artificial Intelligence in Military Weapons

Google won’t allow its artificial-intelligence products to be used in military weapons, the company said Thursday, as it tries to balance its “Don’t Be Evil” mantra with the wide-ranging applications of its technology.
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Google Says It Won't Allow Its Artificial Intelligence in Military Weapons

Google won’t allow its artificial-intelligence products to be used in military weapons, the company said Thursday, as it tries to balance its “Don’t Be Evil” mantra with the wide-ranging applications of its technology.

Lawmakers Take Aim at Chinese Tech Firms

China hawks in Congress lost a battle over ZTE when the Trump administration announced a deal Thursday to resuscitate the Chinese telecom giant, but they made it clear their war against Chinese technology firms is far from over.
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Lawmakers Take Aim at Chinese Tech Firms

China hawks in Congress lost a battle over ZTE when the Trump administration announced a deal Thursday to resuscitate the Chinese telecom giant, but they made it clear their war against Chinese technology firms is far from over.

Tesla Autopilot System Warned Driver to Put Hands on Wheel, Investigators Say

A Tesla vehicle involved in a fatal crash in March was speeding on a highway with its driver-assistance feature engaged and had alerted the driver to put his hands on the steering wheel more than 15 minutes before the collision, U.S. safety investigators said
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Tesla Autopilot System Warned Driver to Put Hands on Wheel, Investigators Say

A Tesla vehicle involved in a fatal crash in March was speeding on a highway with its driver-assistance feature engaged and had alerted the driver to put his hands on the steering wheel more than 15 minutes before the collision, U.S. safety investigators said.

Phone Malware Is Rising. Blame Spies.

Spies are increasingly hacking into the smartphones of political opponents and dissidents around the world, giving them access to data far more sensitive than what most people keep on personal computers.
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Phone Malware Is Rising. Blame Spies.

Spies are increasingly hacking into the smartphones of political opponents and dissidents around the world, giving them access to data far more sensitive than what most people keep on personal computers.

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