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Washington Post Considers Selling Its Tech Business
The company is exploring a spinoff or sale of Arc XP, an in-house publishing tool that it has turned into a broader software business.
Elon Musk's Release of Documents Triggers Twitter Lawyer Jim Baker's Exit
Elon Musk said a top Twitter lawyer ?was exited,? part of the fallout from the billionaire?s unusual release of internal communications to criticize prior practices at the company.
A Book on Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover Is Already in the Works
?Breaking Twitter? by Ben Mezrich, who wrote the book behind ?The Social Network,? is the latest example of quick books on current events.
TikTok Faces U.S. Clampdowns After South Dakota Restrictions
The app was banned from the state?s agencies over national-security concerns stemming from its Chinese ownership. Other states are following suit.
Apple Plans New Encryption System to Ward Off Hackers and Protect iCloud Data
The optional feature would keep most data secure that?s stored in iCloud, a service used to back up iPhones or save specific device data such as Messages. The data would be protected in the event Apple is hacked, and it also wouldn?t be accessible to law enforcement, even with a warrant.
What's Going On With the Housing Market?
Home buyers and sellers are trying to make sense of a downturn that?s full of contradictions: Demand has seized up but supply is still low; prices are sliding but not plummeting; and no one can agree on what comes next.
U.S., Europe Need a Grand Bargain on Semiconductors and EVs to Counter China
Allies complained U.S. electric-vehicle subsidies mistreat them, yet rebuffed requests from the U.S. to join its restrictions on chip exports to China.