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10/25/2016 12:04 PM
Dyn Says Cyberattack Has Ended, Investigation Continues
The web service provider was disrupted by a denial-of-service attack on Friday that cut off access to popular sites such as Twitter, Netflix and PayPal.

10/24/2016 08:22 AM
Visa Taps Blockchain for Cross-Border Payment Plan
Visa is putting a bitcoin-style network to work as it aims to take on a new market, the large and complex cross-border payments made between businesses.

10/19/2016 11:14 PM
Airbnb Revises New York Rules Amid Possible Legislation
Airbnb announced planned changes to its home-listing website in New York to appease regulators, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo considers a bill that would impose stiff fines on some hosts.

10/21/2016 09:56 PM
Russian Hacker Suspected of LinkedIn Attack Indicted in U.S.
A federal grand jury in Oakland has indicted a 29-year-old Russian man suspected of hacking into three Bay Area technology companies: LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, a now-defunct social networking company.

10/19/2016 02:13 PM
FCC Reaches Settlement With T-Mobile Over Unlimited Plans
The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday it reached settlement with T-Mobile US Inc. valued at $48 million for failing to adequately inform consumers of wireless data restrictions on plans it called “unlimited.”

10/19/2016 05:48 PM
Kabam Weighs Multiple Offers for Canada Studio
Mobile-videogame publisher Kabam Inc. is weighing multiple acquisition offers for its most lucrative studio, according to a person familiar with the matter, in a sign of continued deal making in the game industry.

10/20/2016 03:58 PM
Snapchat to Revamp Ad Sales Agreements With Publishers
Snapchat has indicated it intends to shake up the structure of its content deals with media companies, telling some that it wants to pay them a licensing fee and sell all the advertising itself.

10/18/2016 10:54 AM
The Natural Side of A.I.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty on the biggest misconception about intelligent machines

10/19/2016 05:31 PM
Citrix Raises Annual Outlook as Quarterly Earnings Jump
Citrix Systems Inc. reported better-than-expected results in the latest quarter and raised its outlook for the year as the software company benefited from climbing revenue from its license updates and maintenance business.

10/19/2016 06:10 PM
Google Signs Up CBS for Planned Web TV Service
Google Inc. has reached an agreement with CBS Corp. to carry the broadcast network on its soon-to-be-launched web TV service, people familiar with the matter said.

10/20/2016 07:40 PM
IPO Hopeful Bloom Energy Enlisted Colin Powell for Tax-Credit Extension
The $1.2 billion-backed Silicon Valley-based energy startup said in documents, viewed by The Wall Street Journal, that the extension of a tax credit is a “prerequisite for an IPO.”

10/19/2016 02:40 PM
Pure Storage, Dell Settle Litigation Launched by EMC
Pure Storage and Dell Technologies ended a three-year legal battle launched by EMC Corp., which was recently acquired by the big computer maker.

10/19/2016 11:37 PM
Cybersecurity: Peace of Mind Isn't Priceless
Fortinet’s recent warning is the latest sign that cybersecurity demand is moderating.

10/19/2016 10:01 AM
Seagate Earnings Jump on Cost Cuts, Storage Demand
Seagate Technology said its profit more than tripled in the September quarter, boosted by the company’s recent cost cuts and increasing demand for its cloud-storage products.

10/19/2016 05:00 AM
Google Pitches Survey Tool to Measure Effectiveness of Advertising, Branded Content
Google wants to help marketers better understand the impact of their advertising and branded content efforts with a new version of its online surveys product called Google Surveys 360.

10/18/2016 09:23 PM
Calling Tehran: Vodafone Leaps Into Iran With Internet-Service Deal
Vodafone Group is partnering with an Iranian internet-service provider to help improve its networks in the country, making it the latest, big Western company to dive into the fast-opening Islamic Republic.

10/18/2016 11:14 PM
Turns Out Belichick Is Not a Big Tablet Guy
Bill Belichick is done fumbling with technology on the sidelines.

10/19/2016 12:10 AM
Nintendo Earnings: What to Watch
Nintendo is scheduled to announce its second-quarter earnings after the Japanese market closes on Oct. 26. Here’s what you need to know.

10/18/2016 07:08 PM
'Grand Theft Auto' Game Publisher Plans New Title
Take-Two Interactive Software confirmed it would release a “Red Dead” videogame next fall after investors drove up the company’s shares 5% Monday on earlier hints that the announcement was imminent.

10/19/2016 11:24 AM
Salesforce's M&A Target List Excluded Twitter
Months before Salesforce considered buying Twitter, the company was looking at more than a dozen acquisition targets that didn’t include the social-media giant, according to a leaked internal presentation for its board members.

10/19/2016 11:08 PM
Venture Capital Prowls into the Life-Insurance Business
Ladder Financial said it raised $14 million in a new fundraising round led by Canaan Partners, one of LendingClub’s first outside investors.

10/18/2016 06:29 PM
Intel's Earnings Rise, but Revenue Outlook Disappoints
Intel reported a 9% rise in quarterly earnings, as a lengthy slide in the computer market reversed and cloud companies stocked up on servers. Shares, though, slid after the company’s lackluster revenue outlook.

10/19/2016 12:23 AM
Corporate Leaders Can Learn From Himalayan Climbers
How is climbing the corporate ladder like reaching the summit of Mount Everest? Workplace teams may harm their effectiveness when they play down individuals’ important differences to promote group cooperation, a study finds.

10/18/2016 01:27 PM
Qualcomm Promises 5G Modem Chip for 2018
Qualcomm Inc. announced plans to deliver its first chip for the next generation of cellular networks, angling to be ready as some carriers roll out versions of 5G services by 2018.

10/18/2016 07:25 PM
Zenefits Touts New Software in Turnaround Effort
Human-resources startup Zenefits is seeking to put its troubled past behind it, launching redesigned software at its first customer conference in an effort to jump-start sales and repair its corporate image.

10/18/2016 04:24 PM
Tesla Extends Delivery Date of Model 3 for New Reservations
The wait for Tesla’s upcoming Model 3 sedan just got longer for some buyers. New reservations for the vehicle won’t be filled until mid-2018 or later.

10/17/2016 01:45 PM
Companies Try Out Selfies as Password Alternatives
Companies and government agencies—from ride-hailing service Uber and credit-card giant MasterCard to the Alabama Department of Revenue—are asking people to snap self-portraits on their phones as proof of identity.

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