Back in November, we learned that the State Department's unclassified networks had been hit by an unidentified group of hackers, causing the department's email and websites to go offline, and prompting some awkward conversations with the IT guys. And according to a WSJ report, the State Department still hasn't managed…
According to the WSJ, Google is currently developing an Android-based video game console and an Android-based 'smartwatch'. More Android in more places means more fun. Less interestingly though, Google is also supposedly developing a second version of the Nexus Q.
The WSJ is reporting that Facebook's upcoming Android event will be a home screen—as in the first screen you see when you flip on your phone—dedicated to Facebook. It will "display content from users' Facebook accounts on a smartphone's home screen."
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:
Not to be left out in the old boys club of the Great Chinese Hacking Scandal of 2013, the Wall Street Journal included themselves with the New York Times as being hacked by Chinese operatives. That's two big name dead tree media organizations getting hacked by China. Who's next?
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).…
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the next iPhone is going to be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4, which isn't exactly unexpected. But apparently, being thinner and lighter is making the next iPhone a pain to make.
Subscription to the print edition of the WSJ: $2.29/week.
Subscription to the online edition of the WSJ: $1.99/week
Subscription to both the print and online editions of the WSJ: $2.69/week
Subscription to the iPad edition of the WSJ: $3.99/week
Could it be? The WSJ busts out the "breaking" graphic on the front page to say a new iPhone's coming this summer, and Apple "appears to be working on another model for U.S. mobile phone operator Verizon Wireless." Updated.
The iPad doesn't run Flash. If your website uses Flash, it won't play well on the iPad. Turns out, a lot of people want their sites to look pretty on the iPad. So the internet's already starting to look different.
WSJ has reported on itself by saying that "according to a person familiar with the matter," their monthly iPad subscription will cost $17.99 a month. Now, I'm no Yank, nor plan on buying an iPad, but that seems high, no?
An editorial in today's Wall Street Journal argues that Apple's love of strategy has overclouded its passion for products. Is Holman Jenkins right that Apple is the new Microsoft, and iTunes is the new Windows?