WSJ personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg takes Google's new cloud-based file storage service for a drive.
Like some of you, I’m limping by on my 2010 MacBook Air and have been waiting for this Ivy Bridge lineup of MacBooks to get released before buying a new Mac. As Walt Mossberg said, it is a good idea to wait until the new Apple products come out to upgrade, but it is starting [...]
Good ‘ole Walt Mossberg from The Wall Street Journal warned readers today about not buying a new laptop this spring: Apple is overdue for redesigned laptops, especially in its MacBook Pro line, and it is a good bet that new, possibly heavily redesigned, models will begin appearing later this year. Current Macs will likely be [...]
AllThingsD has just announced Apple CEO Tim Cook will be appearing as the opening-night speaker at this year’s D10 conference. Walt Mossberg and I could not be more thrilled to announce that Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, will be the opening-night speaker at our 10th D: All Things Digitalconference.
Nokia handed out its new Windows Phone-powered Lumia 900 to several high-profile reviewers including Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal. Mossberg says the tile-based user interface of the Lumia 900 is "a refreshing change", but concludes that the phone has too many drawbacks to beat the iPhone. Show More Summary
Microsoft and Nokia have teamed up for the latest entry in the lucrative and competitive world of smartphones. The Nokia Lumia 900 is the first high-end 4G phone to run on the WIndows operating system. WSJ's Walt Mossberg looks at how it stands up to the competition.
Walt Mossberg cuts through all the confusion about 4G data networks.
I was fortunate to get my hands on a new iPad a little earlier than expected, and I’ve been playing around with it and comparing it to my iPad 2. I’ve read all the early reviews from the likes of Walt Mossberg and Joshua Topolsky, and I’m sure you have to, so I won’t waste [...]Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the news: The new iPad comes out tomorrow. Check out Walt Mossberg's review to see if it's right for you. We're a little bothered by this frustrating fact about the new iPad. Furthermore, here are some of the tech...Show More Summary
Tech guru Walt Mossberg has his review of the new iPad up at AllThingsD. Here's the takeaway: The higher-quality Retina display is excellent -- Mossberg says "u sing the new display is like getting a new eyeglasses prescription." The...Show More Summary
The new iPad reviews are out. Depending on the reviewer, the reviews range from 787 words to 4,968 words. And here is my summary of those reviews. My favorite is Jim Dalrymple's review. Walt Mossberg is still the gold standard. And I love John Gruber's review.
All the people that got early access to the iPad have just published their reviews. There's one consistent takeaway: the screen is awesome. How awesome? Walt Mossberg of All Things D: Using the new display is like getting a new eyeglasses prescription—you suddenly realize what you thought looked sharp before wasn’t nearly as sharp as it could be... Show More Summary
The new iPad is fantastic, says the Wall Street Journal's gadget authority, Walt Mossberg. He gushes about the retina display, saying, "Using the new display is like getting a new eyeglasses prescription—you suddenly realize what you...Show More Summary
The new iPad offers fast speed and one of the most spectacular displays ever seen in a mobile device, Walt Mossberg says.
Walt Mossberg reviews Motorola's Droid Razr Maxx and finds a phone call on it could last 20 hours before the battery died.
The Wall Street Journal's gadget guru, Walt Mossberg, has a review of the 5-inch Galaxy Note by Samsung. The Note is supposed to be a smartphone and a tablet. But, in trying to be two things at once, it fails to be either thing particularly well, says Mossberg: After testing the Galaxy Note, I have decidedly mixed feelings about it. Show More Summary
Neil Young’s Music Rescue Mission (Video) Protecting their business model of having people pay exorbitant amounts to attend their conferences, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher and their D: Dive Into Media conference refuse to post the entire Neil Young interview online. One wonders if they too have been paying attention to what has happened in the [...]
News Corp COO Chase Carey addressed phone hacking, SOPA and digital distribution in a discussion with Walt Mossberg at D: Dive Into Media. And he did it all with a fantastic mustache.
The legendary singer wants to see digital music embrace higher-quality audio files. Walt Mossberg questions whether he is fighting a losing battle.
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