Smarter Cities and Safer Self-Driving Cars: Imagining Life in 5G

We’re on the brink of a breakthrough in wireless technology: 5G mobile internet, which will put the speed of a fiber connection in everything from your smartphone to your car. Youngky Kim, the head of Samsung’s Networks Business, offers a glimpse of a truly connected world.

Smarter Cities and Safer Self-Driving Cars: Imagining Life in 5G

We’re on the brink of a breakthrough in wireless technology: 5G mobile internet, which will put the speed of a fiber connection in everything from your smartphone to your car. Youngky Kim, the head of Samsung’s Networks Business, offers a glimpse of a truly connected world.

Facebook Has a New Data Policy—Here’s the Short Version

Facebook just updated and expanded its data policy in light of the company’s recent scandals.

A U.S.-China Trade War Would Reshape Tech Investment

Chinese companies will be more likely to invest in emerging markets, such as India and Southeast Asia, than in the U.S., said Fan Bao, the chief executive of investment bank China Renaissance Partners.

ZTE’s Surprise U.S. Success, Now Under Threat

In the five years since ZTE was branded a national-security threat by U.S. lawmakers, the Chinese telecom giant has quietly been building its own American success story. Now, a new sales ban puts that under threat.

Apple Can’t Cut Dependence on Rival Samsung’s Screens

Apple’s efforts to line up a second supplier for its high-end smartphone screens have hit a hurdle because LG Display is struggling to make them, according to people familiar with the matter.

Bargaining Chips in a Trade War

U.S. semiconductor makers are vulnerable because they produce and sell a lot in China, where deal making may also prove difficult.

What Shopping in the Future Will Look Like

The online world is interacting with brick-and-mortar stores in radically new ways, fueling a revolution in how people shop, said Connie Chan, a partner at the Silicon Valley venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.

China Wants Prices Just Right for Tech Listings Lured Home

Beijing wants Alibaba Group Holding and other Chinese tech giants listed abroad to trade on the nation’s stock markets. Now regulators are trying to figure out how to do that without seeing those shares fall too low or soar too high.

Chip Makers Weigh on Global Stocks

Global stocks extended losses, with chip makers and consumer-goods companies among the worst performers following disappointing earnings reports.