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  • Why Being First in 5G Matters

    The U.S., China, South Korea and Japan are all chasing a big payoff from winning the battle for the wireless future.

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  • 5G Wireless Technology Raises Security Fears

    As more 5G devices are connected, the potential dangers expand.

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  • What 5G Will Mean to Consumers—and When

    In the long term, the new wireless technology will mean plenty. But the changes will come slowly.

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  • With 5G on the Horizon, Startups See Potential in Small Data Hubs

    Tech companies and private-equity firms hope to capitalize on the need for speed in the next-generation wireless service.

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  • Behind Samsung’s Big Bet on 5G

    The South Korean tech giant says it is uniquely positioned to help carriers, cities and manufacturers take advantage of next-generation wireless technology.

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  • Australia’s Actions Against Chinese Firms Ignite 5G Security Debate

    The country effectively bans Huawei Technologies and ZTE from its 5G rollout over fears they could be security risks.

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  • How 5G Paves the Way for the Driverless Car

    By letting auto makers transmit larger amounts of data, 5G will make it easier for cars to talk to one another.

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  • Across the U.S., 5G Runs Into Local Resistance

    City officials also complain they don’t have enough staff to handle the applications. But state and federal authorities are in the carriers’ corner.

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  • Inside Verizon’s 5G Game Plan

    CEO Hans Vestberg discusses what 5G will mean for consumers and why Verizon remains focused on its network.

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  • How Driverless Cars Are Going to Change Cities

    Self-driving cars could mean better public transit, more green space and less congestion. But also: more urban sprawl and greater inequality.

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  • More Buildings Are Going Green. Literally.

    ‘Biophilic’ designs incorporate elements of nature both outside and inside. It’s aesthetically pleasing—and makes people feel, and perform, better.

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  • What Makes Walkable Communities Work

    For new towns, old suburbs and central cities, lessons include slowing traffic, making walking interesting and creating dense neighborhoods.

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  • Cities Hope for Big Benefits From Tiny Houses

    Cities are changing ordinances to encourage small houses, granny flats and other mini-homes to alleviate shortages of affordable housing.

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  • AI Helps Cities Predict Natural Disasters

    New tools aim to forecast storm and earthquake damage, improving emergency response.

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  • Public Art Isn’t Always Meant to Be Permanent

    Municipalities can save money—and limit controversy—by commissioning works to be on display for a short time.

  • Homeless People May Get Help From Blockchain

    Lack of ID often prevents them from getting support services they need. A pilot project aims to remedy that.

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  • Sweden May Hold the Secret to Reducing Traffic Deaths

    Redesigning roads can do more to reduce traffic fatalities than attempting to change driver behavior.

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  • People on Higher Floors of Buildings Tend to Take More Risks

    One reason, researchers say, is that being high up in a building may lead people to feel more powerful.

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  • There Are Park Benches. And Then There Are Smart Park Benches.

    Data transmitted by sensors in benches and tables are just the beginning of local-government plans to better manage public spaces.

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  • Artificial Intelligence May Make Traffic Congestion a Thing of the Past

    Startups and car companies see AI as the answer to a lot of traffic troubles.

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  • Pizza Delivery Gears Up for a Driverless Era

    Pizza companies are testing the use of autonomous vehicles to get their product to you. But there are still some kinks to work out.

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  • Explore the Full List of WSJ Tech Companies to Watch for 2018

    Details about all 25 companies, their founders, growth, investors and more.

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  • WSJ Top 25 Tech Companies to Watch 2018

    Three industries—AI, blockchain and cybersecurity—dominate the list of companies that look like emerging tech leaders.

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  • Rand Fishkin’s Tales From the Startup World

    The SparkToro founder and former Moz CEO says many new companies get it wrong when it comes to fundraising and hiring.

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  • New Venture Funds Focus on Diversity

    Startups founded by women and people of color tend to struggle for funding. What can change that?

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