Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing
Samsung Will Delay Launch of Tizen07/28/14
Samsung looks to postpone the launch of its Tizen smartphone; 21st Century Fox sweetens deal for Time Warner; the future of training programs for drones and Bose sues Beats Electronics. WSJ's Mathew Passy with details on those stories and more.
Amazon's Fire Phone Hits Stores
Amazon's new phone is here. Tom Ortuso has that story and a look at how tech stocks fared to end the week.
Pandora's Second Quarter Loss Widens
Tablet shipments rise, Pandora's second quarter loss widens, and Comcast extending fiber optic cable to some customers' homes. WSJ's Tyrone Johnson has those stories and more.
Facebook Shares Surge
Facebook shares rose sharply after the company reported earnings and are tablets in trouble? Tom Ortuso reports.
TECH AM - AT&T Adds Wireless Customers
Qualcomm's profits jump, Amazon.com adds music to its Prime Music Service, and AT&T adds wireless customers. WSJ's Tyrone Johnson has those stories and more.
Apple and Facebook Shares Soar
Tom Ortuso has a recap of the latest tech earnings ... and a look at how we feel about digital wallets.
Another Quarter of Double Digit Growth for Apple
A look at Apple's earnings and another lawsuit from employees; Microsoft's profit fell; LinkedIn acquires Bizo and a review of the Amazon Fire phone. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Apple Granted Patent for Smartwatch Device
Apple was granted a patent for a smartwatch and Amazon.com rolls out a digital wallet. Tom Ortuso reports.
Apple Prepares Initial Production of Next iPhone
Apple prepares largest ever initial production run of iPhones; Netflix's earnings more than double; MTV and VH1 team up with spotify and an NBA all-star gets into seed investing. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
The Walkman Is Back
Verizon boosts the upload speeds for its fiber-optic Internet service and Sony brings back the Walkman name. Tom Ortuso reports.
Big Expectations for Smartphone Sales This Fall
New calls for EMC Corp to break itself apart; analysts expect a strong fourth quarter for smartphone sales and Verizon Fios will boost upload speeds. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Amazon Offers Unlimited Reading, Audiobook Service
Tom Ortuso takes a look at Amazon.com's new service ... and how technology stocks fared Friday.
Earnings from Google and IBM Beat Expectations
A look at earnings from Google and IBM; Twitter's efforts to re-size itself; Facebook's new app and buying cars entirely online. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Microsoft to Cut Up to 18,000 Jobs
Tom Ortuso has the latest on Microsoft ... and details on Alibaba's initial public offering.
TECH AM - eBay Reports Another Profitable Quarter
Earnings from eBay and Sandisk; a monster valuation for a gaming company and Slingbox's new product lineup, WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
TECH PM -- The Smartest Ways To Cut The Cord
Is Amazon.com preparing a subscription e-book service? Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
TECH AM - Former Tech Enemies Team Up
Alan Mulally joins Google's board...Encouraging news from Intel...And Apple & IBM bury the hatchet. WSJ's Bill Fantini has those stories and more.
TECH PM -- Google and Novartis Team Up
Changes at Box and Google and Novartis are working together. Tom Ortuso has those stories and more.
TECH AM - A Rollable and Transparent TV Screen
WSJ's Mathew Passy on the deluge of comments the FCC has received over Net Neutrality; Alibaba's continued push into entertainment; a new flexible screen from LG and more.
TECH PM -- eBay and Sotheby's Team Up
Tom Ortuso has details on the eBay-Sotheby's partnership ... and a look at how technology stocks fared to start the week.
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