How to Optimize Your Television

From Wall Street Journal. Before you crash in front of the TV this weekend, spend a few minutes tweaking the entertainment center to make the big-screen setup even better. WSJ’s David Pierce explains the settings you should change, the features you need to try and the accessories you might want to buy.

How to Prepare for a Presidential Run

From Wall Street Journal. Presidential hopefuls are stepping out of the shadows, but their 2020 announcements are far from spontaneous. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday explains. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit Visit the WSJ Video Center: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Snapchat:…

How to Build a Subway in One of the World’s Most Crowded Cities?

From Wall Street Journal. India’s financial capital, Mumbai, has taken on its biggest-ever infrastructure project to build a subway in a city where more than seven million commuters cram onto its creaky suburban railways. Video: Karan Deep Singh/WSJ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit

The Best Stuff We Saw at CES 2019

From Wall Street Journal. CES is the world’s biggest show-and-tell. Companies bring their quirkiest and most ambitious projects—good, bad or insane. We may never buy any of it, but we go to Vegas to get hints about the future, as WSJ’s David Pierce discovered while wandering the vast convention halls. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street…

Why Big Tech Wants Access to Your Medical Records

From Wall Street Journal. Tech giants like Amazon and Apple are expanding their businesses to include electronic health records — which contain data on diagnoses, prescriptions and other medical information. That’s creating both opportunities and spurring privacy concerns. Here’s what to know. Photo Composite: Heather Seidel/ The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video,…