First Test Drive of the Tesla Model 3 Performance: A Thrilling, Modern Marvel

The Tesla brand has its share of haters, but none have yet driven the new Model 3 Performance—until now. Dan Neil takes a first turn behind the wheel of the dual-motor dynamo.

Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials to Retire

Three of the top cybersecurity officials at the FBI are retiring from government service—departures that come as cyberattacks are a major concern.

Google Faces Uphill Battle in Appealing EU Android Fine

Google has a tough task appealing its $5 billion fine from the European Union, but the challenge isn’t insurmountable.

Microsoft’s Revenue Gets Lift From Cloud

The software giant said it topped $100 billion in annual revenue for the first time. Revenue from server products and cloud services rose 26% in the fiscal fourth quarter.

U.K. Shows Unease About Huawei Gear

The U.K. government raised new concerns about the use of telecommunications gear from Huawei Technologies, stepping back from previous assertions that the Chinese company’s products didn’t present a national security threat.

Brash Tech Innovators Are Starting to Ask Permission, Rather Than Forgiveness

Not long ago, swaggering companies such as Uber and Airbnb swept through cities like a wrecking ball, establishing billion-dollar businesses and vast constituencies before regulators could figure out how to rein them in. That’s changing as companies cooperate with local officials before, not after, diving in.

Robots Are Ready to Shake (and Stir) Up Bars

Robot bartenders are mostly novelties today. But a group of startups is hoping to bring automation to your neighborhood watering hole—and even your home bar.

New York Gives $25 Million to Breathe Life Into City’s Biotech Scene

Startup-business accelerator IndieBio is coming to New York City next year after securing $25 million in funding from the state.

On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands

Amazon has made it easy for small brands to sell their products to large numbers of customers, but that has also enabled some counterfeiters to cut into their business.

SoftBank’s Son Calls Japan ‘Stupid’ for Banning Ride Hailing

Tech investor Masayoshi Son called Japan’s ban on ride-hailing apps such as Uber “stupid,” heightening a clash with government leaders who say the apps are unsafe.