Brazil’s Supreme Court lifted a block on the popular WhatsApp chat service that had shut off service for millions of users earlier in the day.
Samsung’s suit against China’s Huawei Technologies is latest salvo between Asia’s two dominant smartphone makers over patents and innovation.
Newsmart will be holding our first 30 minute interactive classes on Monday 25th July at 10 am and 4 pm GMT. Even more excitingly, these sessions will be hosted by Nick Robinson, the head of the Newsmart Learning Team and CEO of ELTJam.
Facebook successfully completed the first full-scale test flight of its solar-powered Internet drone, Aquila.
Visa Inc. and PayPal Holdings Inc. sign a deal that might be the perfect example of what Michael Corleone said in “The Godfather Part II”—“Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.”
The Swedish music streamer aims to build revenue with a real-time, highly targeted service to reach its 70 million nonpaying users.
Email is often seen today as a barrier to work rather than an enabler. Yet it’s important to remind ourselves that email does have many potentially constructive uses.
Jon Skogmo explains why millions of people have seen his company's videos, but probably never heard of his company, and how Jukin scours the web to find hot viral videos before its competitors.
Tesla Motors Chief Executive Elon Musk outlined a new model for vehicle sharing and announced several new electric vehicles under development at the auto maker, including much heavier products requiring significant capital and new staffing at a time when the company is losing money.
Have we been paying for too much smartphone? WSJ's Joanna Stern reviews the Blu R1 HD offered to Amazon Prime subscribers for $50. Photo/video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, one of the world’s biggest sovereign-wealth funds, said emerging economies such as China and India will underpin growth in coming years, after most markets delivered ‘lackluster’ returns in 2015.
Private Equity Giant KKR & Co. co-chief executive Henry Kravis expects a wave of dealmaking opportunities in Europe over the next 12 to 24 months.
Experienced 'Pokémon Go' gamers are cashing in on the craze by selling their higher-level accounts to new players seeking a shortcut. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah E. Needleman has more.