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Microsoft challenges as unconstitutional the government’s authority to secretly access information in cloud computing era
Microsoft filed a lawsuit against the Justice Department, challenging the government’s legal authority to bar tech companies from telling customers when their data has been examined by federal agents.
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New year, new job. I'm very excited to join +Wall Street Journal  on Feb. 1 to cover Microsoft and cloud computing businesses such as Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud. And I remain quite grateful to all the terrific journalists at +The Seattle Times who have been a constant provider support and inspiration.
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Amazon is negotiating to buy 20 cargo jets as it looks to expand delivery operations to avoid the bottlenecks caused by overwhelmed carriers such as UPS.
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The University of Washington will be a testing ground for Amazon Catalyst, a grant-making program designed to dole out funds to research world-changing ideas.
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Conspiracy theorists hijack Amazon’s review system to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, posting vitriol that the retail giant allows because it’s “authentic."
Organized groups are using the Amazon review system to push political and social agendas often only tangentially related to the products being sold.
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Microsoft's HoloLens is taking the next big step toward putting the augmented reality headgear in consumer hands.
Microsoft’s HoloLens is taking the next big step toward putting the augmented reality headgear in consumer hands.
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A look inside the bunker where Microsoft works to thwart cyberattacks.
Microsoft’s new Cyber Defense Operations Center is at the heart of the software giant’s campaign to rebuild its reputation for security at a time when the number of potential cyberattack targets has exploded.
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Amazon is revising its product review system six weeks after The Seattle Times reported on activists posting reviews to push their political and social agendas.
The online retail giant acknowledged that it is rethinking the way the review system works, with a spokesman saying it is examining its “policies regarding activism reviews.”
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Congrats Jay on "The New York Times" gig!!:) Friend of Mr. Neff of "The Seattle Times" brother of P. Neff in LA, CA, Rock NY Jay, Sandi in Ohio:)
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Amazon set to open first-ever retail outlet tomorrow. The great Erika Schultz and I got to look inside. 
Two decades after it started selling books online, Amazon opens a shopping center storefront with books for sale on actual shelves.
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Amazon sues unnamed reviewers who solicit business promising to write “positive or 5-star reviews” for products sold by third parties on Amazon.
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Cows, cars and congestion – Amazon is overhauling its playbook to bring its version of online shopping to India.
Amazon says customers the world over want the same things: low prices, vast selection and fast delivery. But in pursuing what could become its second-largest market — India — Amazon has had to overhaul its playbook to deal with an overwhelmed infrastructure and constant gridlock.
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Wall Street Journal reporter and author of Design Is How It Works: How the Smartest Companies Turn Products into Icons (Penguin/Portfolio, 2010)
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  • The Wall Street Journal
    Reporter, 2016 - present
  • The Seattle Times Company
    Business reporter, 2013 - 2016
  • CNET
    Senior writer, 2011 - 2013
  • BusinessWeek
    Seattle bureau chief, 2000 - 2009