After Tesla Buyout Tweet, Some Wonder: Where Was Nasdaq?
After Tesla Chief Elon Musk’s explosive tweet last week about a possible company buyout, some investors wonder why Nasdaq took more than an hour to...
A Digital Savings Club That Aims to Boost Your Spending Power
The future of household savings and borrowing is taking a page from the past as a centuries-old system—where friends and family pool money to fund...
A Security App That Actually Makes Browsing Easier
The new Dashlane security suite—with password manager, a VPN and a tool to check if your personal information has been stolen—is the easiest way...
NASA Spacecraft Rockets Toward Sun for Closer Look
As soon as this fall, the Parker Solar Probe will fly straight through the edges of the sun’s outer atmosphere and make 24 close approaches to the...
Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion
While Google’s search engine remains blocked in China, the company is courting allies there by providing tools and support to a growing number of...
Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race Is On
There are now 10 licensed commercial spaceports in the U.S., double the number in 2004, as local and state officials try to draw business from...
Why you should wrap your car keys in aluminum foil
You walk to your car, and you raise your key. Press a button, and the doors unlock. Perhaps the lights flash; maybe there’s a welcoming “boop...
US Army eyes microwave cannon to take out drones
The U.S. Army wants an airborne microwave cannon that can take down drones.
Uber, Lyft, DC restaurants to ban 'Unite the Right' rally participants; Twitter suspends numerous far-Right accounts
White supremacists and white nationalists heading to Washington, D.C., for Sunday’s second Unite the Right rally may have trouble finding a way to...
Social Networks Can't Afford to Lose Too Many Friends
Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are still valued for their fast-growing ad businesses, so an additional slowdown in users could hurt the stocks...
No, You Can't Vote Via Text or Tweet
State election officials are grappling with how to counter online disinformation about how to cast a vote.
Philippines Greenlights Grab-Uber Deal, With Strings Attached
Philippine competition authorities have cleared the way for Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab to dominate the local market, approving its deal...