Apple and Google made updates to their mobile web browsers recently to allow video content to play automatically in web pages. Are consumers ready for more mobile video? The Wall Street Journal's Jack Marshall has the latest.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a philanthropic organization founded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, will invest $3 billion in disease research technology. Their initial investment will be $600 million to create a lab of engineers and scientists. WSJ's Lee Hawkins explains.
U.S. aviation authorities on Thursday took the strongest formal action yet to combat potential cyber threats to planes in the air as well as on the ground.
U.K. stocks dip on Friday as miners help lead the way down, but stay on track for a sizable weekly gain.
'Pokémon Go' has officially ended its winning streak as Apple's app store's biggest seller after 74 days. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah E. Needleman talks how 'Clash Royale' managed to dethrone the game that took the country by storm.
Foreign investors are loath to own Chinese stocks. Few strategists think the economy is turning a corner. But a message is developing: Buy them anyway.
E-commerce has made distribution warehouses hot property, but investors shouldn’t forget the usual real-estate risks.
Asian shares were mixed early Friday, with some markets seeing support amid easing worries that central banks globally would hike interest rates soon.
Meet the 'NoPhone Air' -- the phone for people tired of being glued to their devices. The Wall Street Journal's Ryan Knutson talks the growing trend of folks looking to disconnect from technology.
What matters for the yen, the dollar and interest rates in both the U.S. and Japan, is what the Fed does next.
Beijing pumps up spending and lending to reverse downward trend, but the moves nudge up the risk of a property bubble and a debt-fueled financial crisis.
A third consecutive week of a drawdown in U.S. crude inventories underpins gains for oil on Thursday.
Scientists have demonstrated a simple method to create complex sound fields in three dimensions to move objects. The new research uses 3-D printed plates to create acoustic holograms that are a hundred times more complex than those created with current technology. Photo: Max Planck Institute
Recalls appear to be on track after the South Korean technology giant said it would exchange a million Galaxy Note 7 handsets in the U.S.
Rocket Internet, the unprofitable German tech company specializing in cloning Web startups, said the combined adjusted loss of the biggest companies in its portfolio narrowed in the first half of the year on a 32% increase in aggregate revenue.