Facebook and WSJ owners are working on a 'subscription' deal
The publisher of the Wall Street Journal is holding "very advanced" discussions with Facebook.
Scribd's all-you-can read service adds major newspaper articles
The service will pay the newspapers for every article in an effort to fight fake news.
Netflix CEO jokes that the future of entertainment could be drugs
That brings new meaning to "Netflix and chill."
WSJ: Time Warner's latest suitor is AT&T (update: deal is done?)
Will the next bidder please stand up?
WSJ: This year's iPhone won't feature big changes
Expect a modest update to Apple's handset this fall.
WSJ: Next Amazon Kindle comes with rechargeable cases
The company is also reportedly developing a solar-powered case.
The NSA spied on Congress, too
The agency also continued surveilling friendly heads of state.
The Wall Street Journal's customer database was hacked
The WSJ says that most customer financial data is safe, but names and email addresses could be at risk.
WSJ: Sprint's cutting budgets by $2.5 billion, layoffs inbound
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint is prepping to cut some $2.5 billion in costs that will "inevitably result in job reductions."