Verizon Promises Turnaround Amid Lull in Smartphone Upgrades

Over-the-air broadband service and higher fees helped boost the telecom giant’s wireless service revenue.

AI Alone Can’t Save the Chip Industry From a Downturn

PCs, smartphones and memory still account for the majority of chip production and are in a…

Let’s All Start Leaving Voicemails Again!

New call-screening tools and voice memos mean it’s time to speak up again.

Can Tracking Your Moods Make You Happier?

Apple is focusing on mental health with the Emotion Gauge for iPhone and Apple Watch.

Your Smartphone Can Have Two Lines. Here’s Why You’d Want That.

Add a second plan for work, international travel—or just better cell reception

WSJ News Exclusive | Zuckerberg’s Quest to Re-Enter China Faces Challenge: His Own Words

More than a decade after Beijing blocked Facebook, the original Meta’s effort to sell its virtual-reality…

Who Should Buy a Folding Phone

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Apple Is the World’s First $3 Trillion Company

The iPhone’s strength has helped it overcome supply chain challenges, the global pandemic and fears of…

Grandparents Get Their Version of Parental Leave

Whether two days or two weeks, mid- and late-career employees say they appreciate time taken to…

WSJ News Exclusive | U.S. Tracked Huawei, ZTE Workers at Suspected Chinese Spy Sites in Cuba

Intelligence fueled suspicions that China’s telecom giant could play a role in expanding Beijing’s spying capabilities…