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Waze App Helps You Avoid Traffic Cops – Digits
Waze App Helps You Avoid Traffic Cops – Digits

On Digits today, find out how you can avoid traffic cops with Waze, why failing is important for startup companies and why a four-year-old girl is trending in Google search.

Just How Much Waze Traffic App Knows Before You Do
Just How Much Waze Traffic App Knows Before You Do

TheWaze traffic app uses crowd sourcing to help commuters avoid traffic. CEO Noam Bardin tells the WSJ's Deborah Kan how big brother is looking after you in your most frustrating gridlock.

The Toddler With A Million Followers
The Toddler With A Million Followers

Netizens are abuzz over The Hunger Games salute and the four-year-old with a million followers on Instagram. WSJ's Diana Jou talks to Google's Joyce Hau on the top Google trends in Asia.

An Important Lesson in Startup Failure
An Important Lesson in Startup Failure

Three out of four startups fail but in the tech world, failure can sometimes be a badge of honor. The WSJ's Henry Williams takes us to one conference in Hong Kong where it's all about the losers.

Hong Kong Pop Star’s Stance on the Protests
Hong Kong Pop Star’s Stance on the Protests

Hong Kong performing artist Denise Ho talks about her support for the student protest movement in the face of censorship in China. Photo: Getty Images

Obama: 'No Excuse' for Violence in Ferguson
Obama: 'No Excuse' for Violence in Ferguson

President Obama said on Tuesday that there is "no excuse" for the violence in Ferguson in response to a grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. (Photo: AP)

Gauging Obamas Response to Ferguson
Gauging Obamas Response to Ferguson

As the Obama administration weighs its decision to visit Ferguson in the wake of rioting, here is a look back at Obama’s visits to the epicenter of other national crises. Photo: AP

Film Clip: 'Still Alice'
Film Clip: 'Still Alice'

Watch a film clip from "Still Alice," starring Kristen Stewart and Julianne Moore. Photo/Video: Sony Pictures Classics

Syria Oil Fuels Strife Between ISIS and Kurds
Syria Oil Fuels Strife Between ISIS and Kurds

Oil fields in northeast Syria are funding the Kurdish YPG militia and its enemy Islamic State, as both sides sell crude to local refiners who distill the oil in makeshift roadside kilns.

Film Clip: 'The Imitation Game'
Film Clip: 'The Imitation Game'

Watch a film clip from "The Imitation Game," starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rory Kinnear. Photo/Video: Weinstein Co.

Film Clip: 'Penguins of Madagascar'
Film Clip: 'Penguins of Madagascar'

Watch a film clip from "Penguins of Madagascar," starring Tom McGrath, Chris Miller and Christopher Knights. Photo/Video: 20th Century Fox

Protestors Rally in St. Louis
Protestors Rally in St. Louis

People gathered in front of the St. Louis Federal Courthouse, protesting the grand jury decision on the Michael Brown Case. Photo: AP

Uncommon Knowledge: David Kelley on Unleashing Creativity
Uncommon Knowledge: David Kelley on Unleashing Creativity

In this clip of Uncommon Knowledge, Peter Robinson talks with Stanford's David Kelley on design thinking and how people can reach their untapped creativity.

Film Clip: 'The Babadook'
Film Clip: 'The Babadook'

Watch a film clip from "The Babadook," starring Essie Davis and Noah Wiseman. Photo/Video: IFC Films

Film Clip: 'Into the Woods'
Film Clip: 'Into the Woods'

Watch a film clip from "Into the Woods," starring Emily Blunt, James Corden and Meryl Streep. Photo/Video: Walt Disney Pictures

Film Clip: 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'
Film Clip: 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'

Watch a film clip from "Exodus: Gods and Kings," starring Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton and Indria Varma. Photo/Video: 20th Century Fox

Film Clip: 'The Interview'
Film Clip: 'The Interview'

Watch a clip from the film "The Interview," starring James Franco, Seth Rogen and Randall Park. Photo/Video: Columbia Pictures

Holiday Cocktails: The Pumpkin-Infused 'Beast'
Holiday Cocktails: The Pumpkin-Infused 'Beast'

Pumpkin-infused vodka adds a pop of color to an autumn drink called 'The Beast.' L'Apicio's Joe Campanale joins Elva Ramirez on WSJ After Hours.

Supreme Court to Review EPA Rules
Supreme Court to Review EPA Rules

The Supreme Court will review the first-ever national environmental standards requiring power plants to reduce emissions of mercury and other toxic air pollutants. WSJ’s Amy Harder reports. Photo: Getty.

Coca-Cola Enters Milk Market With Fairlife
Coca-Cola Enters Milk Market With Fairlife

Coke is rolling out Fairlife, a new kind of milk that has more protein and less sugar than regular milk. Will it catch on? WSJ's Annie Gasparro discusses with Lee Hawkins. Photo: Getty.

'A Most Violent Year' Clip
'A Most Violent Year' Clip

Watch a clip from the film 'A Most Violent Year,' starring Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain and David Oyelowo.

The Best Smartphones You Can Buy
The Best Smartphones You Can Buy

After testing over 20 smartphones, WSJ’s Joanna Stern presents the top picks at her very own 2014 Smartphone Awards. Photo / video: Drew Evans / The Wall Street Journal

Alessandro Nivola on Bradley Cooper's Latest Role
Alessandro Nivola on Bradley Cooper's Latest Role

Alessandro Nivola joins WSJ's Tanya Rivero to talk about actor Bradley Cooper's Broadway role as "The Elephant Man." Photo: Getty.

2015: The Year of Digital Video
2015: The Year of Digital Video

Eyeview CEO and co-founder Oren Harnevo joins digits and explains how personalized online ads will unlock significant value and help make 2015 the year of digital video. Photo: Eyeview.