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Apple Inc. unshackles the Apple Watch Series 3 from your iPhone by giving it its own cellular connection—but the device still isn’t a fully stand-alone wrist computer.
Toshiba decided to sell its chip business to a Bain Capital-led group—which includes Apple and Dell Technologies—for more than $18 billion, although there is still opposition to the deal.
Beijing sets the goal of collecting and analyzing the genetic data from at least 1 million Chinese citizens to help unearth the causes of diseases from cancer to schizophrenia, and pave the way for targeted treatments.
Cockpits featuring touch-screen controls, historically considered unreliable in severe turbulence, offer some of the most promising safety enhancements for future airliners, according to new European research.
Virtual money got real enough for Nvidia of late. But investors are right to focus on the chip maker’s more tangible opportunities.
A key Senate committee chairman urged internet companies to reach a deal on legislation to combat online sex trafficking, pressuring the technology industry to help forge a consensus on a bill it has largely opposed.
You don’t need a fancy new iPhone to benefit from many of the latest OS tricks
A small group of technology shares are pushing major stock indexes to new highs. That’s been true for a while with the S&P 500. Now it’s playing out the same way in emerging markets.
College-search apps and websites aim to help students find their dream school.
A new generation of virtual-reality games for the gym aims to get users’ heart rates up with tennis and boxing, but also scuba diving and swordplay.
A man's after-hours visit to a medical-technology startup near Boston marks the latest economic-espionage case alleging attempted theft of trade secrets from U.S. companies.
Little noticed amid the hype around the newest iPhones is the boon that the new wave of fancy phones means for the makers of memory chips inside.
Nintendo has had relatively limited business in China. Now a deal with Tencent has investors excited at the prospect that Nintendo’s Switch console and smartphone games could take off in one of the world’s biggest game markets.
A group representing U.S. venture-capital investors is leading a lawsuit against the Trump administration, claiming it took illegal steps to prevent an immigration policy that would have helped foreign-born founders stay in the U.S. to build startups.
The best thing about the iPhone 8 is that it is entirely avoidable. If you need to have the latest and greatest, wait for the iPhone X. And if you don’t, you can save a chunk of cheese by buying a nearly-as-good iPhone 7.
Equifax hired cybersecurity experts to deal with an incident on its corporate networks in March, two months before the start of the hack that it has said led to the potential compromise of personal data belonging to 143 million U.S. consumers.
Uber has filed a lawsuit against Fetch Media, alleging the agency misrepresented the effectiveness of its mobile ads, failed to prevent ad fraud and didn’t return rebates.
Roku Inc. said it expects to raise more than $200 million in its initial public offering, as the maker of streaming-media devices set a price range that would value the company between $1.1 billion and $1.3 billion.
Google has proposed allowing rivals to bid for space to display products for sale, as part of its efforts to comply with a European Union’s antitrust order, according to people familiar with the matter.
Cisco Systems Executive Chairman John Chambers, who oversaw the company for more than 20 years, won’t stand for re-election later this year, the technology giant said.