Tag: Wall Street Journal

Sony
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Sony Results “Give Hope For Electronics Business”

So reported the Wall Street Journal Wednesday as Sony beat expectations by a wide margin on its recent...

iPhone 5S
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iPhone 5S Best Smartphone on Market: WSJ

Reviews are out today on the new iPhone 5S that hits stores on Friday.  A leading reviewer, Walt...

Apple Creating its Own Pandora-Like Service: WSJ

Apple is looking to create a Pandora-like music service, reports The Wall Street Journal. Like Pandora, the service...

Best Buy Founder Schulze Bids to Buy Company

Best Buy founder and former Chairman Richard Schulze offered to buy up all the shares of Best Buy...

iPhone 5 To Get Thinner Screen: WSJ

The next version of Apple’s iPhone will use a technology that makes the screen thinner, and the picture...

Best Buy Blunders, Fails to Ship Christmas Orders

Best Buy blundered late in the holiday season, notifying some customers that orders they placed weeks prior would...

Toyota Demos Heart Monitoring Steering Wheel

In May Ford showed off a car seat that can monitor your heart activity and last week Toyota...

Fed Warns Car Cos. Against Car Gadgets

Outspoken U.S. Transportation secretary Ray LaHood is telling car makers he is not happy with so much distracting...

No More T-Mobile

AT&T has purchased T-Mobile USA and plans to retire the T-Mobile name. The deal would make AT&T the...

Walmart, Best Buy Push Sales Tax for Amazon

By Bill Damsky The movement to force Amazon and other online retailers to pay sales taxes (and level...

Sprint in Talks to Merge with T-Mobile

Sprint is again in talks with T-Mobile USA parent Deutsche Telekom to explore ways to combine the number...

Borders Faces Chapter 11:WSJ

Borders Group, the bookseller, is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week, says The Wall Street...

iPad 2 is in Production: WSJ

It shouldn’t be long before a sleeker, faster version of the iPad sporting a camera for video chat...

½ of New Cars to Support Apps in 5 Years

Over half of mass market cars will support apps through their car radio platforms by 2016. And more...