Zombie-pocalypse? Psh, f*cking bring it. This Mossberg Just-In-Case kit includes a 12-gauge Mossberg 500 Pump-Action, resealable storage bag, waterproof carrying tube, as well as a "Survival Kit in a Can," multi-tool and serrated knife. Don't forget to bring your own shells—and lots of them—there are seven billion…
Want to know what CEO Stephen Elop thinks about the past, the present and the future of Nokia. Here are some memorable quotes from his D9 interview with Walt Mossberg.
At least eight people got iPads from Apple pre-launch, three usual suspects plus some new faces. Their approaches are different, but the take-home remains the same: It's good. Here's the easiest way to digest all the iPad reviews at once:
Thursday night's edition of the Charlie Rose Show brought David Carr, Michael Arrington, and Walt Mossberg together to discuss the iPad. Having used the iPad briefly, all three seem optimistic about what it has to offer.
Click to viewWalt Mossberg was able to get a moment with Steve Jobs immediately after Wednesday's iPad event, and scored some great unscripted commentary from the Apple honcho on the iPad and its competition.
On the list of things I believed I would never, ever read, Walt Mossberg, of the Walt Street Journal, saying this about Windows doesn't fall very far behind a long op-ed by Glenn Beck describing Obama's healthcare reform as "brilliant."
Walt Mosspuppet's take might just be the only Snow Leopard review you need. He even reveals, exclusively, the next revolutionary version of OS X:
(oops) Hairless Siamese Cat. [YouTube]
Walt Mossberg of the WSJ is known for getting iPhone hardware weeks ahead of time, so did he unintentionally confirm twice, in his Palm Pre review, that Apple will launch new hardware at WWDC?
WSJ tech guru and new Fox Business channel talking head Walt Mossberg was on TV this morning talking about the new iPhone 3G, waving it around just to reiterate that he has one and all of us do not. He doesn't give us any new info on the device, but you do get to see the nerd king of gadget mountain holding your…
Bow to Walter the Merciless, for he definitely influences the market and can decide if a product is worthy of living or not. At least according to "The Value of Quality: Stock Market Returns to Reviewed Quality of New Products," a new research paper that has analyzed Mossberg's product reviews and their effect on…
Walt just tested GoGo, the in-flight Wi-Fi service, on a bunch of laptops and smartphones during a flight from San Francisco to Denver. The service distributes, via Wi-Fi, a high speed cellphone data signal pointed at airplanes, which Mossy rated at around 600kbps down and 250kbps up. This was quick enough for Walt to…
Lowell McAdam, CEO of Verizon Wireless and the FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin, are on stage at All Things D. And in an instant, Mossberg is ON KEVIN'S ASS for the US's slow, expensive broadband! "You're the chairman of the FCC, how did you allow this to happen?"