Google, Rebuilding Its Presence in China, Invests in Retailer JD.com
Its search engine has been blocked in the country for years, but the company is looking for other ways to be part of the flourishing internet scene...
Advertising: Mobile Apps Are Musts for Most Brands, as Long as Users Like Them
Apps have become a critical part of companies’ financial strategies, but people are getting savvier about them and less forgiving if they think...
Video Game Addiction Tries to Move From Basement to Doctor’s Office
Gaming disorder is being recognized for the first time by the World Health Organization. But of the few treatment options available, most are...
Amazon Tightens Grip on a New Medium: Live Streams of Video Games
Google and Facebook are struggling to catch up with Twitch, a service that Amazon bought four years ago for $1.1 billion.
The Week Ahead: Central Bankers Will Debate Policy, and OPEC Meets on Output
The Senate will also vote on an amendment that would block President Trump’s ZTE deal, and the Fox board will weigh Comcast’s $65 billion offer.
Goodbye, Denver Post. Hello, Blockchain.
A group of journalists leaves a shrinking daily to start a new outlet, The Colorado Sun, in partnership with a blockchain company.
News Analysis: Why Hackers Aren’t Afraid of Us
The United States has the most fearsome cyberweaponry on the planet, but we won’t use it for fear of what will come next.
Are Genetic Testing Sites the New Social Networks?
Like Facebook, but for fifth cousins, adoptive mothers and sperm-donor dads.
Tech Tip: Get Gmail to Stop Archiving and Start Deleting
The mobile app for Google’s service may be set to automatically archive messages you’ve swiped past, but you can change the setting.
Bits: Farhad’s Week in Tech: Bitcoin and the Scams Under Everything
In this week’s tech newsletter, our tech columnist considers a study finding price manipulation in cryptocurrencies.
Corner Office: Marc Benioff of Salesforce: ‘Are We Not All Connected?’
A billionaire tech mogul with a spiritual side, Mr. Benioff riffs on his early days at Apple and Oracle, and what’s wrong with Facebook.
Facebook’s Head of Communications and Policy Is Leaving Company
Elliot Schrage, an architect of Facebook’s responses to recent scandals, said Thursday that he was ending a decade of service.