Wall Street Journal

Microsoft Fights Government Demand for Customer Data Stored Outside US

Microsoft is opposing a US government demand for a user’s emails stored on company computers outside the country, in the latest example of tech companies’ willingness to challenge government information requests in the post-Snowden era.

EU Probes Tax Affairs of Apple, Starbucks

European Union regulators said they have opened formal investigations into the tax practices of Apple Starbucks and a Luxembourg-based division of Fiat, as part of a broader probe into whether multinational companies have enjoyed sweeter tax deals

How to Use Tech Like a Teenager

[Commentary] Enough with complaining that young people these days are addicted to their phones. The question you should be asking is: What do they know that you don't? Believe it or not, there are advantages to using technology like a teen.

Al Jazeera Wants Case With AT&T Kept Private

Al Jazeera America is trying to avoid unsealing a lawsuit it filed in 2013 accusing AT&T of improperly keeping the news channel off AT&T's U-verse cable-television lineup.

Administration Overhauls Federal Health-Care Website

The Obama Administration is revamping HealthCare.gov and scrapping significant parts of the federal health-insurance marketplace in an effort to avoid the problems that plagued the site's launch last fall, according to presentations to health insu

Cyberbullying Law Challenged in Court

New York's high court will consider one of the first legal challenges to state and local laws that make it a crime for people to bully others online, especially children.

Sprint, T-Mobile Move Closer to a $32 Billion Deal

Sprint and T-Mobile US have agreed on the broad terms of a merger worth around $32 billion and are working toward a final agreement, people familiar with the matter said.

Comcast to Encrypt Email for Security

Google wants to make encryption hip -- and may have won a quick convert. Comcast, the nation's largest Internet provider by number of homes and businesses served, said it would begin scrambling customers' email to protect it from prying eyes.

US Goes Back to Publishers on Prices

Two years after three major book publishers settled a major civil antitrust lawsuit with the federal government, the Justice Department has gone back to the publishers asking about any recent pricing discussions they may have had with others in th

Turkey's Top Court Rules YouTube Ban is Unconstitutional

Turkey's top court ruled that a ban on YouTube is unconstitutional, paving the way to lift the two-month blockade, after the government cut off access to Google's video-sharing website for publishing leaked state secrets just days before critical