The Financial Times is the hands-down paper of choice for anyone trying to seem clever in a job interview. So it makes sense that to understand its fantastic new 404 error page, you need a highbrow sense of humor and a solid grounding in economic theory.
In addition to a new iPhone possibly making an appearance at Apple's June 2nd Worldwide Developer Conference launch event, the Financial Times is reporting that the company plans to introduce new smart home software and functionality that puts your iOS devices in control of everything in your home—from lighting to…
Just the other day, the New York Post outed Bloomberg reporters for monitoring Bloomberg terminals to track Wall Street traders' accounts. Now, the Financial Times has pointed out another egregious but unrelated security problem: apparently more than ten thousand confidential terminal records have been on the Internet
The Financial Times is reporting that Nokia is, unfathomably, working on a large-screened smartphone whose size will rival that of Samsung's Galaxy Note series.
As promised, The Financial Times has stuck its middle finger up at Apple, by launching a HTML5 web-app instead of an iPad app, so they can keep that 30 per cent cut Apple would've taken for...not doing much.
Was wondering when this would happen: The Financial Times is the first major paper to publicly and explicitly say "thanks, but no thanks" to Apple's new iOS subscription model, which would require giving up 30 percent of the subscription revenue to people who sign up through the app. (Update: As has been noted, more…
Now VP of product marketing at Apple, years ago Michael Tchao worked on the team that invented the Newton. Considering that was one of the first touchscreen "tablets" around, wouldn't you just love to know his favorite iPad apps?
It's no secret that mainstream fashion has welcomed retro scifi with open arms. So why doesn't that love get reciprocated, so we can get some style going in the biggest genre blockbusters?
The Financial Times Germany has published a story saying Microsoft will be knocking down the Xbox 360 price on Monday (03/10/08). The price cuts are to take place across Europe and will supposedly see the Xbox 360 Arcade dropped from €280 ($432) to €199 ($307), while the Xbox 360 Pro will apparently be slashed to €299…