Q&A with Walt Mossberg
Walt Mossberg spoke about computer technology, use of new technology and information sources, and the telecommunications industry. He… read more
Walt Mossberg spoke about computer technology, use of new technology and information sources, and the telecommunications industry.
He has written a weekly column for the Wall Street Journal called “Personal Technology” since 1991. He also edits a guide on technology gadgets called “The Mossberg Solution” and answers reader questions in “Mossberg’s Mailbox.” Mr. Mossberg is a weekly contributor to the Fox Business Network and a contributing editor for Smart Money, a monthly magazine of the Wall Street Journal. Walt Mossberg started at The Wall Street Journal in 1970 and covered national and international affairs for 18 years before turning his focus to technology. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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