The outspoken Apple critic says that the interview at the All Things Digital D10 conference fell short when the topic of China came up.
Microsoft's motion control add-on makes its D: All Things Digital debut, with the event's moderators getting a chance to put it through its paces.
Apple's MobileMe Web service got off to a disastrous start last year, but Apple has finally fixed things to the point where The Journal's Walt Mossberg can recommend it.
Larry Magid and The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg talk about Palm's new cell phone and Yahoo's new Internet TV.
In a rare slap at an Apple product, the Journal's Walt Mossberg suggests people avoid the MobileMe service, even before taking into account the e-mail outages of its first few weeks.
The Wall Street Journal crowns Firefox the industry's "best browser." What will Mozilla do about also making it the most widely used?
The personal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal is backing off comments he made last week declaring that a 3G iPhone would arrive within 60 days.
The Wall Street Journal columnist thinks a faster iPhone is just around the corner, and he's usually in a position to know what's going on at Apple.
Dell will get stylish, and Google may be going in too many directions, says the gadget writing king.
Many factors go into deciding the fate of an old computer, says CNET Blog Network contributor Michael Horowitz.