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Asian shares were broadly weaker Friday, as a strong dollar rolled through Asian markets.
Apple says it has been buying Apple chargers and cables labeled as genuine on Amazon.com and has found nearly 90 percent of them to be counterfeit.
Girls Who Code says specifically targeting school-aged girls could help reverse a downtrend of female participation in the IT workforce.
The software giant’s cloud-computing businesses kicked into high gear, as sales of its Azure service more than doubled. Overall revenue, which has slid for each of the past five quarters, also grew in the period.
Customers return about 23% of their purchases both in-store and online, costing retailers $643 billion per year. Can artificial intelligence eliminate returns through virtual 3D try-on?
Nintendo released video and specs for its new hybrid gaming console "Switch," which is expected to go on sale in March 2017. Photo: Nintendo
Elon Musk’s latest much-hyped Tesla Motors Inc. “product announcement” Wednesday night promised all who buy a new Tesla car the hardware needed for the car to drive itself. The problem: It won’t work.
Director Makoto Shinkai's animated film "Your Name" has turned into a blockbuster hit in Japan since its August debut, bringing in more than $100 million and leading some to call Mr. Shinkai the next Hayao Miyazaki.
Can investors really continue to get more for less? Three reasons the passive-investing revolution is set to last.
IBM CEO Ginny Rometty on the biggest misconception about intelligent machines
What happens when you replace your iPhone with the Android iPhone? WSJ's Joanna Stern compares the iPhone 7 and its lookalike, the Google Pixel, during a day of fun-filled adventures. Photo: Joanna Stern/The Wall Street Journal.
Some radio stations are starting to experiment with live video streaming on the web, hoping to generate new revenue from video ads
The e-commerce site is trying to redefine itself to capture millennial consumers who shop on their phones and don’t have time to scroll through thousands of listings.
Ms. Wong, a 16-year veteran of Starbucks, will oversee an effort to more than double the chain’s stores in China by 2021.