In recent weeks, several respected magazines, their publishers, and writers have fallen prey to various journalistic malfeasance and scandals. Who is to blame? Internet boogeymen, of course.
A month after the E-Ink FES concept watch got people excited about an innovative wearable that didn't care if it wasn't particularly smart, rumors that Sony was working on a similar E-Ink-based timepiece started to swirl. But according to the Wall Street Journal, Sony was behind the FES watch concept all along, and…
A secret U.S. spy program used fake cell phone towers attached to airplanes to scan citizens' cell phones and collect their data, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Think that you have it hard, with your internship forcing you to work 8-hour days making coffee for no pay? Well, a WSJ report might make you feel a little better: Chinese factories are relying on cheap intern labour to keep the manufacturing dream alive.
Apparently the Wall Street Journal has plans to launch a business-focussed social network, presumably along the lines of LinkedIn. Well, that sounds like a great idea, doesn't it?
Last night, the Wall Street Journal took its new mobile site live, supposedly specially formatted to look good and work on iOS devices. Except, erm, this is what it looks like on an iPad Mini:
WSJ Live is an excellent app from the folks at the Wall Street Journal, it gives you access to live news about the Market, Tech and more AND also gives you access to the entire video archive of the WSJ. on demand videos. It's like having the WSJ in video form (in fact, most of the content is made with WSJ reporters).…
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."