Joanna Stern

Joanna Stern

Senior Personal Technology Columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Joanna Stern is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has spent the better part of two decades covering gadgets and apps, and helping people make smarter tech decisions. Her documentary “E-Ternal: A Tech Quest to Live Forever” won the 2021 Emmy in the category of outstanding science, technology or environmental coverage.

Ms. Stern is a CNBC contributor and often appears on national television and radio programs. Before joining the Journal in 2013, she was the technology editor at ABC News and before that a reviewer and editor at The Verge. She graduated from Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., and lives in New Jersey with her wife, sons and dog.

Latest Articles

Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

Amazon’s first roving at-home helper promises to deliver you a drink, guard your home and entertain you. Here’s what it was like to live with it for two weeks.

April 6, 2022

Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

A new setting lets you view your Instagram feed in the order photos were actually posted, but Meta will still push you back to its algorithms when it can.

March 23, 2022

Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

Not interested in paying $700 or more for a big iPhone with Face ID and a bunch of cameras? The new $429 SE, arriving March 18, is a great option.

March 9, 2022

Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

The headset formerly known as the Oculus Quest 2 still has its flaws. Here’s how to fix some of them—and what they tell us about the future of VR.

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Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

Proposed privacy features for Google’s mobile OS and browser aren’t due for a year or more. Here’s what’s taking so long, and what you can do in the meantime.

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Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

CEO Ryan Roslansky lays out some new features on the way for the professional networking site, including a no-politics button.

February 9, 2022

Personal Technology: Joanna Stern

As AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon prepare to turn off their 3G wireless networks starting next month, look back on all 3G made possible—a working mobile web, location-based apps, and photo and video sharing.

January 14, 2022

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