Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing
Google Looks to Get Back Into China11/22/14
Google is considering bringing a version of its Play mobile-app store to China. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
Twitter Rolls Out a New Feature
Gamestop's earnings disappoint; Twitter rolls out new features; GoDaddy will continue with IPO and Airbnb offers new insurance protections. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Intel Projects More Growth in 2015
Intel projects more growth next year and Best Buy says it's encouraged by sales trends. Tom Ortuso reports.
Uber Triggers a Capitol Hill Inquiry
Amazon robots get ready for Christmas; controversial comments from Uber get Capitol Hill's attention and Yahoo scores a major victory. WSJ's Mathew Passy has details on those stories and more.
Nielsen to Measure Netflix Viewing
Nielsen next month will begin measuring viewership of TV on subscription online video services for the first time according to Nielsen client documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
Officials Upset With New Encryption Tools
Justice Department officials not happy with new encryption tools for mobile devices; some gadgets to buy this holiday season and developer tools released for Apple Watch. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
IBM Launching Web-Based Email Service
International Business Machines is launching a new offensive against Google and others in the email market, offering a Web-based service. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
TECH AM - A Look At Intel's Smart Bracelet
The FCC proposes a one and a half billion dollar increase in high speed internet, Intel unveils a new smart bracelet, and Uber and Spotify team up.
Uber and Spotify Team Up
A new partnership between Uber and Spotify will let passengers of the ride-sharing service control the music when they get in a car. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
Facebook To Tweak Its Newsfeed
Deals, deals & more deals...and what to buy this holiday season. WSJ's Bill Fantini has those stories and more.
U.S. to Spend $425 Million on Supercomputers
The U.S. is spending big on supercomputers. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
Big Brother Is Listening
Uncle Sam is taking to the air to snag cell-phone data - Warner Music teams-up with Tencent. WSJ's Bill Fantini has those stories and more.
Amazon, Hachette End Publishing Dispute
Amazon and Hachette Book Group reach a deal and Microsoft makes a purchase. Tom Ortuso reports.
Twitter Unveils a Host of New Features
Twitter announces new features coming to the social network; Alibaba's market cap continues to balloon; Google's music subscription service will launch next week and Americans believe their privacy is being violated. WSJ's Mathew Passy has details on...
YouTube to Launch Music Subscription Service
Google's YouTube division plans to launch a test of its long-awaited music subscription service next week. Tom Ortuso has that story and more.
Yahoo Announces an Acquisition
Yahoo buys Brightroll; Alibaba celebrates a major victory; Uber use surges among lawmakers out on the campaign trail and the 12 scams of the holidays. WSJ's Mathew Passy has details on those stories and more.
Amazon Reveals Original Programming
Amazon introduces its lineup of original programming set for early next year; We check the health of the video game industry; Google buys some space; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
U.S. Postal Service Hacked
The U.S. Postal Service says it was the victim of a data breach - and - the U.S. and China work out a trade deal on high-tech products. WSJ's Bill Fantini has those stories and more.
Samsung Is Expanding In Vietnam
Tom Ortuso has details on Samsung's plans and the latest on net neutrality.
Elon Musk Seeks A New Orbit
Tesla Motors chief Elon musk turns to satellites - and iTunes gets new competition. WSJ's Bill Fantini has those stories and more.
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