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Apple probably won’t compete with the Google Home and Amazon Echo

The Amazon Echo and Google Home are being touted as the next big thing in personal computing. But Apple CEO Tim Cook isn’t convinced.

Check out this DUMB but EFFECTIVE investment strategy for 2016

You can’t spell “market capitalization” without “capitalization.” That’s the sort of insight that shrewd investors use to beat the market.

Google just made a big move to distinguish its VR tech from everything else on the market

In it’s current state, virtual reality technology isn’t exactly seamless. Most versions require that you move your head from side to side to navigate through the virtual screens and operate physical touchpads to click through menu selections.

99.9% of Americans will know a victim of gun violence in their lifetime

Victims of gun violence are not just the people in direct range of bullets. They’re also those on the periphery.

Not so easy: Despite Modinomics, India stagnates in World Bank’s ease of doing business rankings

India’s lofty ambitions to be seen as business-friendly just went kaput. In rankings released by the World Bank on Oct.

Booted from Tata Sons, Cyrus Mistry doesn’t look like he’s going down without a fight

Cyrus Mistry has come out with all guns blazing against the Tata Group. After maintaining a stoic silence since Oct.

Denmark’s supermarkets are refusing to stock South African wines made by “slavery in the vineyards”

A documentary about South African wines is leaving a sour taste in Denmark. Supermarkets there are removing the country’s wines from shelves following airing of the film, “Bitter Grapes—Slavery in the Vineyards,” on national television.

Pallonji Mistry—an Irish billionaire’s journey from outsider to kingmaker to opponent at the Tata group

In the corridors of Bombay House, the 92-year-old headquarters of the $103-billion Tata Group, Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry is known as the “Phantom“.

The number of asylum seekers in Sweden dropped 80% last year

The number of asylum seekers in Sweden has seen a dramatic drop in the last year. Sweden is often described as Europe’s most welcoming country for refugees, but it hit a breaking point in 2015, when a record 163,000 people sought asylum there.

The mall that houses the “world’s saddest polar bear” is now holding wild animal parades

The mall that is home to the “world’s saddest polar bear,” Pizza just held an animal parade last weekend in the name of animal education (link in Chinese).

Your Instagram-worthy holiday photos are slowly ruining some of Asia’s ancient monuments

Naypyidaw, Myanmar, is one of the strangest capital cities in the world. The city, only a decade old, is a sprawling maze of 20-lane highways, government compounds and pastel condominiums.

One of the world’s largest legacy tech companies is going all out to woo India’s startups

Nipun Mehrotra works out of a swanky corner office at IBM’s facility in east Bengaluru. His ground floor space—minimally designed, with a standing desk and a mini-refrigerator—stands out compared to the rest of the premises, which have the look and feel of a typical IT office with orderly bays and cubicles.

Long before he was elected president, Rodrigo Duterte let Beijing know the South China Sea was theirs

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has made frequent appearances in the international headlines in the past few months.

A British sci-fi writer made a series of utopian predictions 100 years ago and was right about nearly all of them

No writer is more renowned for his ability to foresee the future than HG Wells. His writing can be seen to have predicted the airplane, the tank, space travel, the atomic bomb, satellite television, and the World Wide Web.

It’s so dangerous being a bridesmaid in China that some brides are hiring professionals instead

Concern over traditional wedding practices in China being pushed too far has reached new heights following the death of a bridesmaid in Wenchang, Hainan province in September.

Apple CEO Tim Cook says you won’t have to give up your privacy to have a great AI assistant

Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn’t think the future of artificial intelligence will infringe on users’ privacy, the way it does now.

The world would be $1.1 trillion richer if it treated its young people more like Germany

Just 10% of people aged 20-24 are out of work or not in school in Germany. As befits Germany’s reputation for efficiency and industrial success, this is one of the lowest levels in the world.

Facebook is testing a way to live broadcast Snapchat-like filters

Laguna Beach, California Live on stage at The Wall Street Journal’s WSJDLive conference, Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, whipped out his iPhone, and turned the crowd into a Van Gogh painting.

Texas just became a swing state

The Lone Star State is up for grabs, a first in more than three decades of US presidential elections.

Apple’s sales and profit fell for the first time since 2001

Apple’s meteoric rise in the last 15 years has been punctuated by devices that changed the landscape of personal computing: the iPod, iPhone, and iPad.