Ahead of 2008’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) speculation is rife that Microsoft is about to cut the price of Xbox 360 consoles in North America. None of this has been officially confirmed yet, but it’s fair to say that when the Wall Street Journal joins the rumour-mongering, we can’t be too far from the truth. The WSJ cites sources who say Microsoft is about to slice $50 off the price of the 20GB Xbox 360 Pro, bringing it to $299.
According to eminent technology journalist Walt Mossberg, who writes for the Wall Street Journal and was one of the first people to get their hands on an iPhone for review, believes that a iPhone 3G is just sixty days (two months) away.
That coincides nicely with Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference in June and the official launch of the first third party iPhone applications…
The Wall Street Journal ran an interesting article over the weekend suggesting that blogging is now ten years old.
According to the article, the first blogger is “regarded by many to be Jorn Barger”, who “began his business of hunting and gathering links to items that tickled his fancy, to which he appended some of his own commentary, on Dec. 23, 1997.”
What appears to be closer to the truth is that Jorn Barger was the first person (or one of the first people) to coin the phrase ‘blog’, because other sites reckon that blogging has been around for much longer than a decade.
– It looks like a review of the iPhone may be just a couple of weeks away. A Wall Street Journal columnist is putting one through its paces as we speak [iPhonic]
Okay, so they haven't promised exactly that – instead they've merely announced they'll be sharing the stage for an interview session at the Wall Street Journal's 'D: All Things Digital' conference in May. But imagine how cool it would be…