Microsoft Takes On Zoom and Slack in a Battle for Your Work Computer

When New York City’s education department ordered teachers to stop using Zoom videoconferencing for classes in April, because of security

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WSJ News Exclusive | Warner Music, ZoomInfo Poised to Boost IPO Market

Two big stock-market debuts are set to reinvigorate the U.S. IPO market this week. Warner Music Group Corp. and ZoomInfo

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Tech’s First Big Plan to Tackle Covid-19 Stumbles: ‘An App Is Not Going to Fix This’

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China Votes to Override Hong Kong’s Autonomy on National Security

China’s legislature approved a resolution to impose national-security laws on Hong Kong, overriding the territory’s partial autonomy in a bid

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California Activists Ramp Up Fight Against Facial-Recognition Technology

California privacy and civil liberties advocates are mobilizing to thwart a bill backed by Microsoft Corp. that would regulate facial

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Why We Refuse to Spend Much Money on Apps

If offered two versions of a new product—one priced at $45 and the other at $7—most rational shoppers would choose

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Lucky Timeout for Take-Two as Game Crunch Looms

The videogame industry faces a big test this year. At least one major publisher has effectively chosen to sit it

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Trucking Looks to Bundle Up Technology

Putting a computer in the cab of a big rig was a radical step back in 1988. Trucking companies since

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Apple, Google Unveil Technology for Covid-19 Exposure Alerts

Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google released technology Wednesday to help governments track the spread of Covid-19 through apps that

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Apple’s iOS 13.5 Update Addresses iPhone Coronavirus Gripes—Including Mask Issues

The iOS Coronavirus Update is available for your iPhone and is ready to install. That’s what the iOS 13.5 notification

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