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American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
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American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned

Fifteen years ago in California, a tall technology geek named Steve Mushero started writing a book that predicted the American dream might soon "be found only in...

Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent
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Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon and Google are respectively planning to recruit Microsoft C#- and Java-savvy engineers and Python users in a fierce competition for technology talent.

In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep Up
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In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep Up

At Facebook Inc. headquarters in Silicon Valley this week, engineers and researchers huddled around computers in a newly configured "war room" to fight misinformation...

Self-Driving Technology Threatens Nearly 300,000 Trucking Jobs, Report Says
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Self-Driving Technology Threatens Nearly 300,000 Trucking Jobs, Report Says

Autonomous driving technology could replace some 294,000 long-distance truck drivers over the next 25 years, a lighter impact than some have predicted but one that...

The End of Employees
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The End of Employees

Never before have American companies tried so hard to employ so few people. The shift is radically altering what it means to be a company and a worker.

The U-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut
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The U-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut

Six decades after the U-2 flew its first mission, the military is trying to harness artificial-intelligence technology to enhance the venerable spy plane's combat...

Disabled Videogamers Get a New Controller
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Disabled Videogamers Get a New Controller

Microsoft Corp. is making a videogame controller designed for people with disabilities, the latest in a growing number of industry efforts to accommodate players...

The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other
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The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other

Wikipedia editors got locked in a dispute several months ago about the biographical summary boxes that sit atop some pages of the online encyclopedia. The tiff...

Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted Users
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Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted Users

Facebook Inc.'s handling of user data has upset lawmakers and regulators in multiple countries. But the biggest risk to its business could come from angry users...

Targeting China, Trump Threatens Student Visas. That Would Hit a Big U.S. Export
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Targeting China, Trump Threatens Student Visas. That Would Hit a Big U.S. Export

The Trump administration's proposed crackdown on China's trade practices could hit one sector where the U.S. runs a big trade surplus: higher education.

In Search of Blockchain's Killer-Apps
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In Search of Blockchain's Killer-Apps

Blockchain has been in the news lately, but beyond knowing that it has something to do with payments and digital currencies, most people don't know what blockchain...

Apple's China Lesson: Think Different, But Not Too Different
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Apple's China Lesson: Think Different, But Not Too Different

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook will co-chair the Chinese government's showcase global business forum next month, underscoring his increasingly high profile...

The Optimistic Promise of Artificial Intelligence
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The Optimistic Promise of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence may be one of the technology world's current obsessions, but many people find it scary, envisioning robots taking over the world.

Driving U.s. Factories: Foreign Robotics
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Driving U.s. Factories: Foreign Robotics

The U.S. is being beaten by European and Japanese firms in the race to supply cutting-edge production machinery behind the new automated manufacturing sector.

New Tools Turn Manufacturing Workers Into Robo-Employees
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New Tools Turn Manufacturing Workers Into Robo-Employees

The next-generation factory worker isn't a robot, but a tech-augmented human—a kind of "Iron Man" outfitted with performance-enhancing gear.

Want to Raise a Tech Entrepreneur? Give Your Child These Chores.
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Want to Raise a Tech Entrepreneur? Give Your Child These Chores.

Many families introduce their children to the world of work before they bring up the idea of entrepreneurship. But you don't need to limit your children’s earning...

Is the Tech Bubble Popping? Ping Pong Offers an Answer
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Is the Tech Bubble Popping? Ping Pong Offers an Answer

Twitter's gloomy quarterly report last week unsettled investors. They might have anticipated trouble more than a year ago had they noticed one key indicator.

Computers That Crush Humans at Games Might Have Met Their Match: 'starcraft'
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Computers That Crush Humans at Games Might Have Met Their Match: 'starcraft'

Humanity has fallen to artificial intelligence in checkers, chess, and, last month, Go, the complex ancient Chinese board game.

Hacker-For-Hire Market Is Booming, Says New Report
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Hacker-For-Hire Market Is Booming, Says New Report

It's becoming cheaper than ever to buy hacking tools online.

Massive Robots Keep Docks Shipshape
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Massive Robots Keep Docks Shipshape

At one of the busiest shipping terminals in the U.S., more than two dozen giant red robots wheeled cargo containers along the docks on a recent morning, handing...
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