Troy Wolverton

Senior tech correspondent at Business Insider. Formerly the San Jose Mercury News' personal technology columnist/reporter/editor.

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Investors seem to be balking at MoviePass' parents' plans to reverse split its stock again — and for good reason
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Investors seem to be balking at MoviePass' parents' plans to reverse split its stock again — and for good reason
October, 17 2018
Here's why Netflix’s CEO says the company doesn’t need to diversify into new businesses, even as Disney, AT&T, and Facebook try to carve up the streaming market
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Here's why Netflix’s CEO says the company doesn’t need to diversify into new businesses, even as Disney, AT&T, and Facebook try to carve up the streaming market
October, 16 2018
Netflix's 3rd-quarter earnings blow through Wall Street's expectations
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Netflix's 3rd-quarter earnings blow through Wall Street's expectations
October, 16 2018
The Facebook hack that exposed 30 million accounts shows we're going to be dealing with the consequences of its 'Move Fast' motto for years to come
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The Facebook hack that exposed 30 million accounts shows we're going to be dealing with the consequences of its 'Move Fast' motto for years to come
October, 15 2018
Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried
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Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried
October, 12 2018
These charts show how pumped up HR departments are about AI — even if many of them are still relying on paper documents
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These charts show how pumped up HR departments are about AI — even if many of them are still relying on paper documents
October, 11 2018
Tech gets demolished: The 5 hottest tech stocks just lost $172 billion in market value
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Tech gets demolished: The 5 hottest tech stocks just lost $172 billion in market value
October, 10 2018
The future is bright for Netflix and bleak for basic cable — these 3 charts show why
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The future is bright for Netflix and bleak for basic cable — these 3 charts show why
October, 10 2018
Google’s recent behavior shows the troubling reality of an internet superpower that abandoned its vow to not 'be evil'
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Google’s recent behavior shows the troubling reality of an internet superpower that abandoned its vow to not 'be evil'
October, 9 2018
Tech's diversity problem is even bigger than we realized — here's why that's so bad for the next generation of startups
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Tech's diversity problem is even bigger than we realized — here's why that's so bad for the next generation of startups
October, 6 2018
MoviePass' parent company says the $65 million in new funding it just raised isn't exactly 'new'
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MoviePass' parent company says the $65 million in new funding it just raised isn't exactly 'new'
October, 4 2018
MoviePass' parent company just freed up some room to sell more stock — after already increasing its share count by 80,000% since July
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MoviePass' parent company just freed up some room to sell more stock — after already increasing its share count by 80,000% since July
October, 4 2018
Elon Musk can help pick his replacement as chairman of Tesla — despite complaints he already has too much sway over its board
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Elon Musk can help pick his replacement as chairman of Tesla — despite complaints he already has too much sway over its board
October, 3 2018
This year has seen a boom in IPOs — but also a possible sign of bad times ahead
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This year has seen a boom in IPOs — but also a possible sign of bad times ahead
October, 3 2018
Tim Cook says Apple banned Alex Jones because it curates content — not because of politics
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Tim Cook says Apple banned Alex Jones because it curates content — not because of politics
October, 2 2018
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that it's a 'challenge' getting Congress up to speed on the need for new privacy regulations
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Apple CEO Tim Cook says that it's a 'challenge' getting Congress up to speed on the need for new privacy regulations
October, 2 2018
Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen is battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma for the second time in 10 years
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Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen is battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma for the second time in 10 years
October, 1 2018
Tesla's board is so bad at its job, it failed at the one thing it says is paramount — protecting CEO Elon Musk
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Tesla's board is so bad at its job, it failed at the one thing it says is paramount — protecting CEO Elon Musk
October, 1 2018
The best way to avoid killer robots and other dystopian uses for AI is to focus on all the good it can do for us, says tech guru Phil Libin
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The best way to avoid killer robots and other dystopian uses for AI is to focus on all the good it can do for us, says tech guru Phil Libin
September, 30 2018
Facebook's targeting users with ads using data they provided for security reasons — and it shows why the company still can't be trusted on privacy
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Facebook's targeting users with ads using data they provided for security reasons — and it shows why the company still can't be trusted on privacy
September, 27 2018
MoviePass' parent company has boosted its share count by an unbelievable 80,000% since July — but it's run out of room to issue new stock
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MoviePass' parent company has boosted its share count by an unbelievable 80,000% since July — but it's run out of room to issue new stock
September, 26 2018
SurveyMonkey popped up 50% in its IPO — now its CFO explains the path ahead, as it works towards profitability and faster growth
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SurveyMonkey popped up 50% in its IPO — now its CFO explains the path ahead, as it works towards profitability and faster growth
September, 26 2018
The departure of Instagram's cofounders is a bad thing for Facebook — but it could be even worse for the rest of us
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The departure of Instagram's cofounders is a bad thing for Facebook — but it could be even worse for the rest of us
September, 25 2018
The gig economy pays just $828 a month — here's why driving for Uber is no substitute for a full-time job
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The gig economy pays just $828 a month — here's why driving for Uber is no substitute for a full-time job
September, 24 2018
Spotify is disrupting the music industry. But don't expect it to displace the Big 3 music labels anytime soon — here's why
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Spotify is disrupting the music industry. But don't expect it to displace the Big 3 music labels anytime soon — here's why
September, 24 2018
Amazon has quietly taken a big and fast-growing stake in a $7 trillion market
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Amazon has quietly taken a big and fast-growing stake in a $7 trillion market
September, 22 2018
Amazon's cashierless stores could ring up $6 billion of new revenue — but the personal data it collects about customers could be a game-changer
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Amazon's cashierless stores could ring up $6 billion of new revenue — but the personal data it collects about customers could be a game-changer
September, 20 2018
Facebook is taking on Tinder with the official launch of its dating service — but it's only in Colombia for now
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Facebook is taking on Tinder with the official launch of its dating service — but it's only in Colombia for now
September, 20 2018
The CEO of one of the most important startups in video gaming explains why the next big thing hasn't yet replaced the smartphone
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The CEO of one of the most important startups in video gaming explains why the next big thing hasn't yet replaced the smartphone
September, 19 2018
Banks should be worried about Amazon robbing their business — here's why
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Banks should be worried about Amazon robbing their business — here's why
September, 18 2018
AT&T will let the market guide where it will roll out its new super-fast 5G wireless network, its CTO says
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AT&T will let the market guide where it will roll out its new super-fast 5G wireless network, its CTO says
September, 17 2018
Amazon's Alexa is getting smarter about sports — it can tell you the odds of the next NFL game and give you an update on your favorite teams
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Amazon's Alexa is getting smarter about sports — it can tell you the odds of the next NFL game and give you an update on your favorite teams
September, 16 2018
Apple's $1,000 iPhones are turning it into a luxury brand — and it could lose a whole generation of customers
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Apple's $1,000 iPhones are turning it into a luxury brand — and it could lose a whole generation of customers
September, 16 2018
Apple quietly killed off 4 older versions of the iPhone — including the last versions that had a headphone jack
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Apple quietly killed off 4 older versions of the iPhone — including the last versions that had a headphone jack
September, 15 2018
One of the leading companies in the video-game business is gunning to take over the enterprise software industry
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One of the leading companies in the video-game business is gunning to take over the enterprise software industry
September, 14 2018
Apple has killed off the most premium version of the Apple Watch, which originally cost $10,000 and came in an 18-karat gold case
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Apple has killed off the most premium version of the Apple Watch, which originally cost $10,000 and came in an 18-karat gold case
September, 13 2018
Apple's colorful new iPhone XR could trigger a long-awaited upgrade cycle
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Apple's colorful new iPhone XR could trigger a long-awaited upgrade cycle
September, 12 2018
Tesla's board is terrible at its job — it's shown it has no interest in controlling Elon Musk or sticking up for investors
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Tesla's board is terrible at its job — it's shown it has no interest in controlling Elon Musk or sticking up for investors
September, 8 2018
One of the most important startups in video games just lost its CFO — right after raising $145 million in new funds
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One of the most important startups in video games just lost its CFO — right after raising $145 million in new funds
September, 7 2018
Twitter just dropped the hammer on Alex Jones and permanently kicked him off its service
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Twitter just dropped the hammer on Alex Jones and permanently kicked him off its service
September, 6 2018
The FCC chief’s call for cracking down on tech companies is not only laughable, it’s the ‘height of hypocrisy’
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The FCC chief’s call for cracking down on tech companies is not only laughable, it’s the ‘height of hypocrisy’
September, 6 2018
The FCC boss who repealed net neutrality says Google, Facebook and Twitter might need 'transparency obligations'
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The FCC boss who repealed net neutrality says Google, Facebook and Twitter might need 'transparency obligations'
September, 4 2018
This Stanford grad's startup can make screens that are thinner than a sheet of copy paper — and he's gearing up to take on Samsung and LG in the display market
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This Stanford grad's startup can make screens that are thinner than a sheet of copy paper — and he's gearing up to take on Samsung and LG in the display market
September, 1 2018
Elon Musk says he was thinking like a Vegas casino owner when he tweeted 'funding secured'
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Elon Musk says he was thinking like a Vegas casino owner when he tweeted 'funding secured'
August, 31 2018
A gold mine is buried 'under the weeds' at Amazon — here's why it could take the company beyond the $1 trillion mark
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A gold mine is buried 'under the weeds' at Amazon — here's why it could take the company beyond the $1 trillion mark
August, 30 2018
Serena Williams could cash in on an upcoming tech IPO
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Serena Williams could cash in on an upcoming tech IPO
August, 29 2018
SurveyMonkey filed for an IPO and is looking to raise as much as $100 million
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SurveyMonkey filed for an IPO and is looking to raise as much as $100 million
August, 29 2018
Sheryl Sandberg is donating her entire 10% stake in her late husband's company to charity after it goes public
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Sheryl Sandberg is donating her entire 10% stake in her late husband's company to charity after it goes public
August, 29 2018
Donald Trump is right about Google — but for the wrong reason
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Donald Trump is right about Google — but for the wrong reason
August, 28 2018
This former judge is heading the World Economic Forum's approach to AI — here's why she thinks regulation is unlikely, and what should be done about AI instead
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This former judge is heading the World Economic Forum's approach to AI — here's why she thinks regulation is unlikely, and what should be done about AI instead
August, 26 2018
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