The popular news and analysis publication, The Wall Street Journal, has updated their app for Windows 10. The new universal app brings the same user interface to phone and PC. We take a look.
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A number of major news organizations, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABC News and Fox News have made their Windows 8 app debut this week in the Windows Store.
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After long rumors that Apple is to replace Google Maps with its own in-house technology in its iOS app, The Wall Street Journal confirms with anonymous Apple employees that the change is coming.
Windows Phone users can now download the new and free Wall Street Journal Live app with videos and other content from the well known business newspaper and website outlet
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When the iPad was announced many people wondered what you could do with an over-sized iPod, well it seems the news paper industry has found a use for it. During a conference call Rupert Murdoch,...
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