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Get the latest in technology news for your weekday commute. The Wall Street Journal's reporters and editors highlight leading companies, new gadgets, consumer trends and cyber issues. From San Francisco to New York to the hottest conferences, our journalists help you stay plugged in.

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1/7/2021 3:00:00 AM
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What Biden's Approach to China Could Mean for Tech

The Trump administration has taken a hard line against China, with both sides ramping up restrictions on each other-and tech has been central in their relationship. Senior editor Bob Davis joins host Amanda Lewellyn to talk about the Biden administration's plans for China, and what they could mean for tech.

1/6/2021 3:00:00 AM
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Why Google Employees Are Pushing to Unionize

香蕉视频苹果下载In a rare move for the tech industry, a group of about 200 Google employees are forming a union. Reporter Sarah Needleman explains what want, and how their effort fits into the rise in activism among tech workers. Amanda Lewellyn hosts.

1/5/2021 3:00:00 AM
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Why Roku Wants Quibi's Content Catalog

Quibi said last year that it was shutting down its short-form video service after just six months. Now the company is in talks to sell its content catalog to the distributor Roku. Media reporter Benjamin Mullin joins host Amanda Lewellyn to explain why Roku wants the content, and how a deal would fit into the broader streaming wars.

1/4/2021 3:00:00 AM
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WeChat Becomes a Powerful Surveillance Tool in China

Messaging apps have become even more critical during the pandemic. We report that China is tightening its grip on the country's do-everything app, WeChat. Reporter Jing Yang joins host Amanda Lewellyn to explain what the government is doing and the impact on users.

12/31/2020 3:00:00 AM
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WSJ's Personal Tech Team Makes Their 2021 Predictions

Our personal tech team puts together a list every December of the technology they think will shape the year ahead. Columnists Joanna Stern, Christopher Mims and Nicole Nguyen join host Amanda Lewellyn to gaze into their crystal balls. Christopher Zinsli is our supervising producer. Kateri Jochum is the executive producer of WSJ Podcasts.

12/30/2020 3:00:00 AM
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The Year in Outer Space

While it was a busy year on Earth, some of 2020's biggest stories took place out of this world, in space. Senior special writer Andy Pasztor joins host Amanda Lewellyn to look back at the year's biggest milestones in space travel and exploration, and he explains what to watch for beyond the horizon.

12/29/2020 3:00:00 AM
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How a Year of Antitrust Action Against Big Tech Could Carry Into 2021

It was a landmark year for antitrust enforcement against Big Tech, with the government bringing a total of four cases targeting Google and Facebook. Legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall explains where things are now and how they could develop in the new year and beyond. Amanda Lewellyn hosts.

12/28/2020 3:00:00 AM
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Five Pricing Moves Tech Companies Made in 2020

香蕉视频苹果下载Figuring out how to price goods and services is always an experiment, but that can be especially true amid an economic downturn in an atypical year like this one. Our personal tech columnist Nicole Nguyen joins host Amanda Lewellyn to break down five strategies we saw in 2020, and how well they worked out.

12/24/2020 3:00:00 AM
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Inside Roku's Quest to Dominate Streaming

Roku acts as a distributor for streaming services. Media reporter Patience Haggin explains how the company has used its gatekeeper status to gain an edge in negotiations for content partnerships. Amanda Lewellyn hosts. Christopher Zinsli is our supervising producer. Kateri Jochum is the executive producer of WSJ Podcasts.

12/23/2020 3:00:00 AM
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Ripple Spars With Regulators Over How to Oversee Cryptocurrency

The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing the cryptocurrency pioneer Ripple, claiming the startup violated investor protection laws when it sold a digital asset called XRP. Reporter Paul Vigna explains how the dispute fits into a broader debate over regulating cryptocurrencies. Amanda Lewellyn hosts.

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