Nick Wingfield Senior Editor
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Nick Wingfield joined The Information as senior editor in June 2018. He previously worked for seven years as a technology correspondent for the New York Times in Seattle, where he wrote about Amazon, Microsoft and the region's tech economy. Before that, he worked for 14 years as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal in Seattle, New York and San Francisco, where he covered several technology beats. He was an early reporter for CNET, one of the first technology news sites on the Internet.

33 Articles
2 months ago
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Google’s Stadia Flop and Zuckerberg’s Oh-So-Innocent AI

It’s finally time to pour one out for Stadia, Google’s cloud-based game-streaming service. Google on Thursday morning...

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3 months ago
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Samsara’s CEO Plans to Keep Investing Even as Economy Cools

In 2014, Sanjit Biswas was puzzled by something. Consumers were benefiting from new technologies like Nest smart ther...

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5 months ago
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Reading Between the Lines of Amazon’s Big Shakeup

We learned a few things from an Amazon executive reshuffling Tuesday, which was set in motion by the recent departure...

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6 months ago
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Startup Parties Are Warning Signs; Salesforce Stays Bullish

We’re starting to sense a pattern. More evidence is piling up that throwing a lavish party or corporate offsite is on...

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6 months ago
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An NBA Battle Could Fuel SF-Miami Feud

It has been a rough week for national news, so please excuse us for a little diversionary counterprogramming on this ...

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7 months ago
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Apple’s Headset, a Fashion Fiasco in the Making?

It’s hard to judge a product that hasn’t even been publicly acknowledged by the company making it, much less released...

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7 months ago
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Amazon’s Post-Pandemic Hangover; Apple Avoids Carnage

Greetings!Headed into this earnings season, there was a lot of concern that big tech companies would be reporting ugl...

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8 months ago
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Apple Throws Its Own Apps Under the Bus

For most of the year, Apple won’t stop reminding people how in-house services like Apple Music, Apple Maps and Apple ...

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8 months ago
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Why Investors Shrugged Off Europe’s Big Tech Rules

Greetings!Go figure. Late Thursday, European policymakers agreed on new competition rules that could soon force the m...

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9 months ago
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Allbirds Avoids Walking in Meta’s Shoes

Lately, there’s been a lot of hand-wringing about how Apple’s mobile privacy changes—which recently blew a hole in th...

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10 months ago
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A Vibe Shift in Venture

Earlier this week, The Cut published a story entitled “A Vibe Shift is Coming. Will Any of Us Survive It?” that quick...

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10 months ago
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Microsoft’s ‘Netflix for Games’ Could One Day Tame Yo-Yoing Gaming Revenue

Microsoft is buying Activision Blizzard for $68 billion—the biggest deal in the software giant’s history—in large par...

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