Joanna Stern, Wall Street Journal

Joanna Stern

Wall Street Journal

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Joanna:

24-Hour Challenge: Can My AI Voice and Video Clone Replace Me?

New AI voice and video tools can look and sound like you. But can they fool your family—or bank? WSJ’s Joanna Stern replaced herself with her AI twin for the da → Read More

I Tried Microsoft’s New AI-Powered Bing. Search Will Never Be the Same.

Our columnist got an early look at the software giant’s addition of ChatGPT powers to its search engine. → Read More

Which Photo Is Real? How Dall-E 2 and Other AI Art Generators Work

New text-to-image generators powered by artificial intelligence, including OpenAI Dall-E 2 and Stability AI DreamStudio, let you type in almost any phrase and g → Read More

Does Apple’s Crash Detection Work? We Totaled Some Cars to Find Out.

The new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch models promise to detect severe car crashes. According to our tests, speed and impact are only part of the story. → Read More

The iPhone’s Creators Reveal the Consequences They Never Expected

Not even Apple’s own execs—with front-row seats for the development of the iPhone’s key features—quite knew how they would change the world. → Read More

The iPhone at 15: An Inside Look at How Apple Transformed a Generation

On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. On that same day, a boy named Noah Schmick was born. Over the next 15 years, the iPhone grew…and so did Noah. T → Read More

Hybrid Work Meetings Are Hell. Tech Is Trying to Fix Them.

Colleagues in the conference room. Others in the living room. Hybrid work made meetings even worse. Now Microsoft, Google, Zoom and others are trying to solve the problems → Read More

MacBook Air, iOS 16, iPadOS 16: Top 8 Things Coming Soon From Apple

Apple announced dozens of new features for the next versions of iOS, iPadOS, WatchOS and MacOS in its two-hour WWDC 2022 keynote—plus a redesigned MacBook Air! → Read More

Apple’s Coming iOS 16: A Wish List

An exploration of features missing from our iPhone software and what we hope to see from Apple when it announces the next iOS at WWDC. → Read More

Apple Killed the iPod. Here’s Why It Should Live On.

Streaming, schmeaming! As Apple phases out its last iPod, these die-hards cling to their old-school music players because…well, they have their reasons! → Read More

Apple to Discontinue the iPod Touch, Signaling the End of Iconic iPod Line

The iPod helped remake the tech giant and usher in a new era for music. Apple said its iPod Touch will only be available while supplies last. → Read More

What It Will Take for Augmented Reality to Become Our Reality

Peggy Johnson, CEO of AR goggle maker Magic Leap, talks about the real metaverse, how the tech is used on the job, and the innovation needed for non-nerdy glasses. → Read More

Snap Pixy Review: A $230 Drone With a Camera Buzzing Around Your Head

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Snap Pixy Review: A Mini-Drone to Take Selfies For You

A new flying camera designed to work with Snapchat, the Pixy lifts off from your hand and captures some pretty cool shots. WSJ’s Joanna Stern tested it out. Pho → Read More

Autocorrect Explained: Why Your iPhone Adds Annoying Typos While Fixing Others

During the iPhone’s first 15 years, its keyboard software has evolved, but it still sometimes flubs your lines. Here’s how it works and what you can do about it. → Read More

Duckin’ Autocorrect: Why Your iPhone’s Keyboard Doesn’t Always Get You

Embarrassing word swaps, grammatical errors and other typos? WSJ’s Joanna Stern headed to a duck farm and called up the creator of the iPhone’s autocorrect syst → Read More

Amazon Astro Review: Why My Family Loves and Hates This Home Robot

Amazon’s first roving at-home helper promises to deliver you a drink, guard your home and entertain you. Here’s what it was like to live with it for two weeks. → Read More

Amazon’s Astro Robot Moved Into My House. It Was Crazy, Creepy and Fun.

The new home robot from Amazon aims to be the ultimate helper, delivering you a drink, guarding your home and lending a hand where it can. WSJ's Joanna Stern li → Read More

You Can Now View Your Instagram Feed in Chronological Order

A new setting lets you view your Instagram feed in the order photos were actually posted, but Meta will still push you back to its algorithms when it can. → Read More

Apple Studio Display vs. LG Ultrafine 5K vs. Others: Finding the Best Computer Monitor

Apple’s new $1,599 monitor promises great screen quality, a sharp webcam and surround sound. But does it live up to its price tag? WSJ’s Joanna Stern compared i → Read More