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5G Testing Results: Pack Your Tent and Cooler

5G Testing Results: Pack Your Tent and Cooler

Personal Technology With Joanna Stern Season 1 Episode 40 5G Testing Results: Pack Your Tent and Cooler By Joanna SternJuly 18, 2019 4:15 pm All of the major U.S. carriers—Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint—are launching 5G across the U.S. WSJ’s Joanna Stern embarked on a summer testing tour only to learn that 5G is blazing...

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Harley-Davidson Goes Electric: Test Riding the LiveWire

Harley-Davidson Goes Electric: Test Riding the LiveWire

5:10 A Love of Yurts Inspired This ‘Glamp’ Retreat 7/11/2019 7:00AM 7/11/2019 Kristin Tang first camped on her lakeside property in Fruita, Colo. Then, she wanted to make that feeling permanent, creating a home comprised of three yurts. She gives us a tour of her high-end glamp retreat. Photo: Alex Griffin

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Harley-Davidson Goes Electric: Test Driving the LiveWire

Harley-Davidson Goes Electric: Test Driving the LiveWire

8:03 Arctic Melt Heightens U.S. Rivalry With Russia on the Northern Front 7/15/2019 7:00AM 7/15/2019 Melting sea ice in the Arctic is spurring a scramble for resources, shipping routes and strategic strongholds in the region. WSJ’s Michael M. Phillips travels to Tin City, Alaska, to see what that means for the U.S. military’s strategy in...

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Apollo's Code: Meet the Computer Programmer Who Landed Us on the Moon

Apollo's Code: Meet the Computer Programmer Who Landed Us on the Moon

6:35 Clergy Abuse Victims Face Agonizing Choices: Take a Settlement or Risk a Lawsuit 7/11/2019 10:06AM 7/11/2019 Jimmy Pliska, of Scranton, Pa., is one of those who are seeking compensation from the church for sexual abuse that happened many years ago. If he accepts a settlement, he fears he may never know the truth about...

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Restorers Try to Get Lunar Module Guidance Computer Up and Running

Restorers Try to Get Lunar Module Guidance Computer Up and Running

7/14/2019 9:00PM      In 1976 in a warehouse in Texas, Jimmie Loocke bought two tons of scrapped NASA equipment. Years later he realized it included a computer from an Apollo lunar module, like the one used to guide the lander to the surface of the moon during Apollo 11. Fifty years after that mission, computer restoration...

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These Scooters, Segways and Skates Make Getting Around a Breeze

These Scooters, Segways and Skates Make Getting Around a Breeze

7/14/2019 8:30AM      Electric scooters are suddenly everywhere, but they’re not the only new gadget aimed at making it easier to get around. WSJ’s David Pierce tests all of the hottest battery-powered rideables to help you figure out which “last mile” vehicle you should hop on. Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal

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The McClure Family Twins: What It's Like to Raise Social Media Stars

The McClure Family Twins: What It's Like to Raise Social Media Stars

6:22 The McClure Family Twins: What It’s Like to Raise Social Media Stars 7/2/2019 5:30AM 7/2/2019 Ami and Justin McClure run a popular family YouTube channel that features their twin daughters, Alexis and Ava, and their infant son, Jersey. WSJ’s Julie Jargon visits the McClures at their home in New Jersey to learn about the...

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Test Driving the First Digital Driver's Licenses

Test Driving the First Digital Driver's Licenses

Personal Technology With Joanna Stern Episode 40 One mobile driver’s license, three liquor stores, a whole lot of Natty Light By Joanna SternJune 27, 2019 3:11 pm A handful of states are starting to pilot smartphone-based digital driver’s licenses. WSJ’s Joanna Stern headed to Dover, Delaware—and its many liquor stores—to test one of these mobile...

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How the Permian Basin Became North America’s Hottest Oilfield

How the Permian Basin Became North America’s Hottest Oilfield

3:05 Trump and Xi: What’s at Stake at Their G20 Meeting 6/25/2019 7:00AM 6/25/2019 President Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, are set to meet in Japan. All eyes will be on the world’s two most powerful leaders, but can they resolve their disputes? Photo: Getty Images

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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Alone Can’t Stop Election Interference

Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Alone Can’t Stop Election Interference

6/26/2019 6:57PM      Speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg described the company’s efforts to stop election interference, but said the U.S. government’s failure to apply pressure to Russia following 2016 election sent a signal to the world that “we’re open for business.” Photo: Getty

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