OLD Media Moves

WSJ launches new tech site

January 1, 2014

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal launched its new technology news site, WSJD, on Wednesday, replacing All Things Digital.

Meanwhile, former All Things Digital operators, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, unveiled their new site, Re/code.

In a message on the WSJD site, technology editor Jonathan Krim writes, “This new section is the latest example of our expansion of technology coverage around the world, with a growing team of dedicated journalists spread from Silicon Valley to Israel, China, Korea and beyond. We’re doing this because technology is transforming everything, from our economy to our workplaces, and to the gadgets, apps and software that have become central to our lives.

“From news about startups and emerging disruptors to the biggest technology companies in the world, our mission is to provide you with the most trusted, accessible and insightful information you will get anywhere, on whatever platform you are using, from desktop to mobile. We aim to be lively, engaging and interactive, and hope you will become part of our global tech community.”

A notice on the Re/code site says it will launch at midnight on Jan. 2.

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