Archive for the ‘Journal’ tag
“NBC paid over $1 billion to broadcast the Olympics. The Wall Street Journal paid…less.” That’s how the WSJ describes their DIY-style homemade Olympic highlights series, “Homemade Highlights.”
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In a Wall Street Journal editorial on Wednesday Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) warned the U.S. Department of Justice that its suit against Apple and two major publishers could “wipe out the publishing industry as we know it” by allowing Amazon to regain a monopoly share of the market.
Corroborating numerous earlier reports, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone will feature new touchscreen technology that will allow the screen to be even thinner.
Andrew Kim channels Mary Shelley and tries to reanimate the lifeless carcass of Microsoft through a magisterial rebranding. ‘Be almost science fiction.’
I hope Microsoft has the sense to hire this guy, at least as a consultant.
In a paper published in the journal PLoS ONE, researchers have found that people tend to prefer the first option when given choices in a sequential order—even when the first option isn’t the best choice. More »
Nobody likes anxiety. Your heart might beat too fast, your brain races toward terrible places, and you feel uncomfortable. However, in an article over on the Wall Street Journal, several psychologists suggest you might have an anxiety sweet spot where you’re motivated, but not too anxious. More »
Watch theft isn’t exactly as rampant as it used to be, but if you’re worried that someone might steal yours magician Alex Stone shows off exactly how he does it (and thieves as well) over on the Wall Street Journal. More »
Jeffery Katz, a vocal Google critic and the CEO of Nextag, recently published an article in The Wall Street Journal claiming that Google is misusing its monopolistic powers to squash competing companies. In the article, Katz emphasized that Google currently holds 82% of the global search market and 98% of the mobile search markets, which [...]
Facebook is ready to take on the tikes, according to the Wall Street Journal which stated that Facebook was developing new technology to allow children under 13 years old to access the social networking site with parental supervision.
Now that Facebook has gone public and reached more than 900 million users, they’re looking for ways to enter new markets which includes our children. Currently Facebook requires users to be 13 years or older.