WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is preparing to extend the length of a license that has enabled Huawei Technologies Co. to continue working with U.S. customers despite national-security concerns that
Intel Corp. has announced plans to build a graphics-chip design lab in Canada’s largest city. Car-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc. will be opening an engineering hub. Google’s parent, Alphabet Inc.,
SoftBank Group is leaning on its employees, including Chief Executive Masayoshi Son, for cash as the firm rushes to raise an ambitious technology fund amid volatile markets. The Japanese company plans
At its apex, Tumblr had more users than both Instagram, now estimated to be worth close to $200 billion to parent Facebook, and Pinterest, which has a market cap of nearly $18 billion. In 2013, Tumblr
Facebook Inc. created an online flea market where users not only see all the bicycles, bird houses and BMWs for sale nearby, but also the names, profile photos and general locations of buyers and sellers.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is suing an artificial-intelligence company that powered a chatbot on the carrier’s website, accusing it of lax cybersecurity that caused a 2017 data breach. The unusual lawsuit highlights
Before a giant data breach at Capital One Financial Corp., employees raised concerns within the company about what they saw as high turnover in its cybersecurity unit and a failure to promptly install
It’s 10 p.m. and I know exactly where my family is—or at least where they’re plotted on a map. My sister is safely in the kitchen of her house. My wife? Turning the southwest corner of the park walking
Like many advertisers, Fidelity Investments wants to avoid advertising online near controversial content. The Boston-based financial-services company has a lengthy blacklist of words it considers off-limits.
United Parcel Service Inc.’s venture-capital division, UPS Ventures, has acquired a minority stake in self-driving trucking startup TuSimple Inc., signaling the delivery company’s continued push into driving.
Jonathan Webb’s farm doesn’t look like much: tawny soil stretching to a line of trees, a trailer with a few makeshift desks. But if Mr. Webb gets his way, by mid-2020, the Morehead, Ky., property will
An activist investor is urging Care.com, the largest marketplace for online caregivers, to pursue a sale, saying the company is “at a crossroads.” The push by hedge fund Engine Capital LP, revealed in
Cisco Systems Inc. closed the business year with the largest revenue increase since 2013 but projected disappointing growth this quarter on lower spending from telecommunication companies and weakness
WeWork’s parent company unveiled the papers for its initial public offering, depicting a business whose revenue—and losses—are ballooning. The filing Wednesday gives the most-detailed financials to date
The merger of CBS Corp. and Viacom Inc. creates a larger media company better positioned to pursue advanced advertising technology and ad-supported streaming video. The logic of the merger, which would
The woman charged with hacking into millions of Capital One Financial Corp. records hit more than 30 other targets, federal prosecutors said, significantly expanding the scale of what was already considered
Samsung Electronics Co. is testing how fifth-generation wireless networks can speed up connections at its chip-making factory in Austin, Texas, a pilot that aims to prove 5G is more than a buzzword. The
KAMPALA, Uganda—Huawei Technologies Co., the world’s largest telecommunications company, dominates African markets, where it has sold security tools that governments use for digital surveillance and censorship.
Travelers have to face a new reality—their faces are rapidly becoming their IDs and boarding passes at airports. Facial recognition is rolling out at boarding gates for international flights at big airports
Startup Engineer.ai says it uses artificial-intelligence technology to largely automate the development of mobile apps, but several current and former employees say the company exaggerates its AI capabilities
The booming market for secondhand goods isn’t immune from the pressures facing retailers that sell new products. The RealReal Inc., an online marketplace for preowned luxury goods, said on Tuesday that
Cara Casano used to go to a gym in Monroe, N.Y., four days a week for spin or body-sculpt classes. But after having a baby in January, she had trouble arranging child care for gym time. Instead, she bought