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WSJ: Google to hook up with MasterCard, Citigroup in mobile payments venture

March 28th, 2011

According to the Wall Street Journal, Google, MasterCard, and Citigroup are collaborating to bring mobile payments, via NFC, to Android smartphones. Citing anonymous sources, the publication writes that the new service would “allow holders of Citigroup-issued debit and credit cards to pay for purchases by activating a mobile-payment application developed for one current model and many coming …

‘iPhone nano’ rumors resurface, now accompanied by mockups

February 14th, 2011

As long as we’ve heard rumors of a Verizon iPhone, we’ve also heard rumors that a lighter, smaller, cheaper iPhone was in the works behind closed doors in Cupertino. Sticking to the theme of constantly rehashing rumors until they come true, The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend that Apple is indeed working on a …

WSJ: Apple iPad 2 in production already; thinner, lighter, faster

February 8th, 2011

According to the Wall Street Journal‘s sources, Apple’s next iPad is already in production. People “familiar with the matter” have chimed in and claimed that the new iPad will be much thinner and lighter than the existing model. That’s not all as it looks like a front-facing video camera will make its way to the …

Facebook’s Zuckerberg signs Giving Pledge; commits to give away majority of wealth

December 9th, 2010

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has signed the Giving Pledge, committing to donate the majority of his fortune to charitable organizations. The Pledge, which asks its signers to give away the lion’s share of their wealth during their lifetime, was organized by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Wall Street mogul Warren Buffet. …

WSJ gets less cheeky with Verizon iPhone article, now says it's a done deal

October 7th, 2010

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal made headlines by writing: Apple Inc. plans to begin mass producing a new iPhone by the end of 2010 that would allow Verizon Wireless to sell the smartphone early next year, said people briefed by Apple. While there is plenty of innuendo in that statement, the publication never actually stated that Verizon will …

Microsoft and AT&T to unveil Windows Phone 7 handsets October 11?

September 30th, 2010

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that, “Microsoft Corp. will unveil a lineup of smartphones using the revamped version of its mobile operating system on Oct. 11,” and that AT&T will begin selling said devices in early November. Microsoft does have an event planned for October 11 — Columbus Day — in New York City …

WSJ: Samsung Galaxy Tab to cost between $200 and $400

September 6th, 2010

Now this is more like it! The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung product executive, Hankil Yoon, informed them that the Galaxy Tab tablet would retail for somewhere between $200 and $400 in the United States. Yoon did say that the final price of the device would vary depending on carrier subsidies; hopefully the two …