Citing results of a recent Accenture report on consumer demand for a range of devices, Washington Post reporter Caitlin Dewey questions whether changes in technology and consumer demand will signal an end of the iPod, digital camera and DVD player era. . Read More one comment
Getting ready for the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas next week? The Washington Post highlights 5 Trends to Watch at CES. Topping the list is technologies for the Connected Car. Also making the list are Higher High-Def, Video on Demand, Gesture Control and Competition for Digital Advertising. CES runs January 8 through 11. . Read More
The Washington Post on Thursday launched "The Fold," a nightly newscast designed specifically for Google . Read More
The Washington Post has launched a new section of its site devoted to its online games, considerably expanding the number of titles it now offers. Read More 2 comments
Washington, D.C. – The Washington Post on Wednesday announced a content sharing deal with The Verge, a new consumer technology news site being launched this fall by D.C.-based blog network SB Nation.
The partnership will include a weekly column in The Post by Joshua Topolsky, founding editor-in-chief of The Verge and former editor-in-chief of AOL’s Engadget. The column – to focus on technology culture, trends and reviews – will appear on The Post’s website Wednesday and in the paper Thursday. The [...].
Washington – Taking a cue from its Kaplan education unit, The Washington Post on Tuesday launched a series of online courses written by its staff writers and editors covering such subjects as financial literacy, digital photography and French wines.
The business, to be known as Post MasterClass, initially will offer seven self-paced courses, which the company said should take between 15-25 hours to complete and may be accessed for up to six months.
Most of the classes are available at an introductory [...].
Washington – The Washington Post is planning to launch a
free news aggregation site that will search more than 10,000 sources to let
visitors personalize their content, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
The site, to be known as Trove, is set to launch next month, matching readers
to articles based on the topics they choose, as well as specialized algorithms.
The Post, which reportedly is investing $5-$10 million in the project, landed
the technology behind the service with last July’s acquisition of news