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WSJ Says iPhone 4 Coming to Verizon Jan 11

WSJ Says iPhone 4 Coming to Verizon Jan 11

The Wall Street Journal has come out and stated that the iPhone 4 will be coming to Verizon Wireless next week on Tuesday, January 11th… or at least the announcement. Verizon has confirmed they will be holding an event on Tuesday and Apple has frozen employee vacations in February, all pointing at the iPhone finally coming to Verizon. Plus with Electronic Arts releasing Rock Band on other 4G Verizon phones, it’s bound to add the iPhone 4 to it’s mix as well.
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WSJ Deemed ABC Player for iPad Launch a Huge Success

WSJ Deemed ABC Player for iPad Launch a Huge Success

Ten days after the iPad and ABC Player app’s launch, the Wall Street Journal reports that users have watched at least 650,000 tv shows and have declared the app a huge success. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Wall Street Journal's Digital Subscription for iPad Rumored at $18 Monthly, $216 Yearly

Wall Street Journal’s Digital Subscription for iPad Rumored at $18 Monthly, $216 Yearly

According to a statement made by person claiming familiarity with the product to Cult of Mac, a digital copy of the Wall Street Journal for iPad will cost you a whopping, $18 each month. That’s $216 a year folks! Head on over to iPadmodo to read the rest of the story.
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Wall Street Journal for iPad Confirmed

Wall Street Journal for iPad Confirmed

Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp, has confirmed that an iPad application for the Wall Street Journal is currently under development. This follows a report that Apple CEO Steve Jobs had visited the Wall Street Journal last month to provide them a personal demonstration of the iPad.
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The Wall Street Journal to Begin Charging Mobile Readers

The Wall Street Journal to Begin Charging Mobile Readers

Pretty soon the Wall Street Journal will begin charging people to read the paper on mobile devices such as their BlackBerrys, according to the paper’s owner Rupert Murdoch today.
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