Road to Sochi: Talking With J.R. Celski
Short-track speed skater J.R. Celski, who earned two bronze medals in the 2010 Winter Games, talks with WSJ about the importance of team work in winning and how he's inspired by Apolo Ohno.
Widodo Wins Presidential Vote; Subianto to Contest
In Indonesia, Joko Widodo has been declared the country’s presidential election winner and opponent Prabowo Subianto says he will challenge the result. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks with Southeast Asia bureau chief Patrick McDowell for the latest.
Digits: Following Michelle Phan's YouTube Star
In this week’s Digits, hear YouTube star Michelle Phan’s advice on creating content, decide if you’ll throw away your remote control in favor of a smartphone app and learn how the world searched on Google for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 news.
Jerry Seib: GOP Spotlighting Obama's Fundraising
As crises around the world continue to blaze, Republicans are pointing to the president's fundraising trip to the West Coast as an example of him being out of touch. But is this a fair criticism? Jerry Seib describes the many roles of presidents, and how their personal time has been criticized for decades. Photo: AP
Will Peel App Make You Trash Your TV Remote?
Why buy a universal remote for your television, cable box and DVD player when you can download a free smartphone app? The WSJ’s Tobias Reewijk shows us how Peel works and whether it’s right for you
Trending in Asia: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
Over the past week, people around the world sought to learn more about the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio and Google’s Joyce Hau discuss the most-used search terms currently trending in Asia.
How Michelle Phan Stays Relevant on YouTube
YouTube star and entrepreneur Michelle Phan has had millions views (OK?) on her YouTube channel. She tells the WSJ's Deborah Kan how her content has varied over the years--from looking like Zombie Barbie or a character from “Game of Thrones.”
Amazon Fire Phone: Game-Changer or Gimmick?
You can operate new Amazon’s Fire phone just by moving your head. Are gimmicks like that enough? Personal tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler reviews the Fire. Photo: Jason Henry for The Wall Street Journal
Microsoft's Profit Takes Hit on Nokia
Microsoft lost nearly $700 million of its operating profit in the fourth quarter, the company reported on Tuesday. WSJ's Shira Ovide reports. (Photo: Getty Images)
Apple iPhone Sales Top Expectations
Apple Inc. reported its second straight quarter of double-digit percentage growth in iPhone sales as it heads into a major refresh of the company's flagship product. MarketWatch's Rex Crum reports. Photo: Associated Press