Three Simple Ways to Kick Your Smartphone Addiction

Technology promised to make living easier—but complicated it instead. The answer? More tech that helps curb your reliance on your phone.

Shopping by Phone Begins Right After the Pumpkin Pie

Mobile phones have accelerated a fundamental change in holiday shopping: online buying on Thanksgiving.

New Uber CEO Knew of Hack for Months

While the massive data breach at Uber Technologies Inc. didn’t happen under the watch of the new chief executive, more than two months elapsed before he notified affected customers and drivers of the incident, people familiar with the matter said.

‘Angry Birds’ Maker’s Shares Dive

Shares of Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish mobile-gaming firm that makes “Angry Birds,” plunged 20% after it reported a surprise third-quarter loss, a little more than a month after its initial public offering.

Tesla Delivers the World’s Biggest Battery—and Wins a Bet

An enormous Tesla-built battery system—storing electricity from a new wind farm and capable of supplying 30,000 homes—will be powered up over the coming days, beating the money-back deadline set by CEO Elon Musk.

The Next Billion-Dollar Boom in Chinese Tech

Many Chinese companies want to tap into the power of artificial intelligence and cloud computing to increase efficiency and cut costs, spelling huge opportunity for the enterprise-applications market.

Outcome Health Employee Made Whistleblower Claim, Investor Lawsuit Says

Outcome Health’s CEO was sent a whistleblower letter last year by a salesman accusing the company of committing “ongoing fraud,” allegations the ad startup told investors had no merit, according to documents filed in an investor lawsuit.

Robots May Make Radiologists’ Jobs Easier, Not Redundant

Scientists recently said an artificial intelligence program diagnosed pneumonia on chest X-rays more accurately than human radiologists. Should radiologists worry? Probably not. AI is more likely to make their jobs easier, not less necessary.

What Is Net Neutrality Again?

The arcane subject is back in the headlines. Here’s what to know and what lifting it means for you.

Facebook Plans to Let Users Know If They Followed Russian Pages

Facebook plans to tell millions of users who liked or followed any of the 290 Facebook and Instagram pages created by Russian actors that they were ensnared in an alleged misinformation campaign around the U.S. presidential election last year.