The Wall Street Journal
Driverless Cars Tap the Brakes After Years of Hype
The hype that has consumed the nascent driverless car industry over the past few years has moved into a new period of cautious optimism.
Huawei Targeted in Criminal Probe for Alleged Theft of Trade Secrets
American prosecutors are pursuing a criminal investigation of China’s Huawei Technologies for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S. business...
Huawei's Mysterious Founder Denies Spying for China, Praises Trump
The founder and CEO of Huawei said his company has never spied for the Chinese government—and never would—as he made a rare public appearance...
Robot Hotel Loses Love for Robots
The robot revolution will have to wait at the Henn na Hotel in Japan, which is laying off low-performing droids after they created more work by...
In Fast-Aging Japan, Elder Care Is a High-Tech Pursuit
The demand for senior care is driving innovation and spawning startups in Japan, a country with one of the world’s fastest-growing elderly...
SpaceX to Cut 10% of Workforce
Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to reduce its workforce by 10%, or roughly 600 employees, even as the company seeks to ramp up ambitious projects.
Apple Plans Three New iPhones This Year, Plays Catch-Up on Cameras
Apple is planning to release three new iPhone models again this fall, including one with a triple rear camera.
America's Electric Grid Has a Vulnerable Back Door---and Russia Walked Through It
A Wall Street Journal reconstruction of the worst known hack into the nation’s power system reveals attacks on hundreds of small contractors. The...
Bezos Divorce Clouds His Stake in Amazon
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, are divorcing after 25 years of marriage, during which Mr. Bezos amassed a personal fortune...
Apple's Answer to Slower iPhone Sales? The Trade In
The tech giant is pushing a trade-in program that often pays more than carriers do to persuade people to exchange older devices.