WSJ.com: WSJD 4 April 2018

Zuckerberg to Testify Before House Committee

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will appear at a House Committee hearing on April 11 to discuss data privacy.

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YouTube Shooter Appeared to Have Grudge Against the Video Site

A woman armed with a handgun opened fire at YouTube headquarters, wounding three people before killing herself, police said.

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Spotify's Splashy Debut Pressures Banks

Spotify Technology roared onto the public market, cutting a new path to public ownership that could alter the way companies think about the listing process and pose a new threat to a core business on Wall Street.

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Facebook Tries to Help Users Better Assess Their News Feed

Facebook Inc.’s users in the U.S. will be able to get more background on a news item and its publisher as part of the updates the social-media giant has made to help people better judge the credibility of content.

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Apple Needs to Fix 'Do Not Disturb' Mode---Here's How

‘Do Not Disturb’ should be every smartphone user’s best friend and saving grace. Instead, it’s a relic of a long-gone era, and it doesn’t work the way we do.

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Virtual Reality, Now With the Sense of Touch

The future depicted in the new film ‘Ready Player One’ is closer than you think: Startups are developing haptic gloves and suits that let users feel virtual worlds.

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Apple Hires Artificial-Intelligence Executive From Rival Google

Apple Inc. hired a prominent executive from rival Google to lead its artificial-intelligence efforts, an area of growing importance where analysts say the tech giant has lagged rivals in research and recruiting.

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Bitcoin Brouhaha: Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx Denies Price Tampering

A large cryptocurrency exchange denied accusations from some customers it manipulated prices of bitcoin futures after sudden price swings on its trading platform last week.

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Tesla Misses Model 3 Production Goal but Shows Progress

Tesla revealed it missed a crucial production goal for its new Model 3 sedan, though the auto maker showed progress toward building its first mass-market car and reassured investors about its capital needs.

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Rocket Launchers, Robots and Drugs: Dissecting Trump's Tariff List

The White House’s proposed tariffs on imports from China cover some 1,300 categories of goods—and mixed in with the crucial moneymakers are some the U.S. doesn’t really buy yet.

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Longfin Collapse Puts Focus on Lax IPO Rules

The most successful company to use post-financial crisis rules to list in the stock market has lost 85% of its value in six trading days, highlighting the risks for individual investors from a program designed to help small companies go public.

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Home SolarDimsas Tesla, Others Curb Aggressive Sales

The number of U.S. homeowners putting solar panels on their roofs declined last year after leading installers including Tesla Inc. abandoned aggressive sales practices that had helped drive breakneck growth.

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China Threatens U.S. Cars, Planes and Soy in Response to Trump

China retaliated against proposed U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods by targeting high-value American exports, from airplanes to soybeans, in a tactic Beijing officials say is meant to secure a truce.

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AI Could Soon Enhance Real-Time Police Surveillance

Several companies are working with police departments in the U.S. in hopes of adding artificial intelligence to video surveillance and body cameras.

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