D8 Media Buzz
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By Neal Lipschutz
The reviews are in on Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance at the Wall Street Journal’s eighth D8, the All Things Digital conference.
Apple's CEO plays oracle for the next phase in personal computing—and it probably doesn't include PCs. Am I, as Apple CEO Steve Jobs quipped last night at the D Conference, uncomfortable talking about or, perhaps, confronting the post-PC era?
We're just a few days away from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, which means the rumor mill's heating up again.
Adam Tow/All Things Digital In a on-stage interview, Apple CEO and Silicon Valley legend-in-his-own-time Steve Jobs shared his views with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the Wall Street Journal's D: All Things Digital conference (D8). I experienced the Jobs interview virtually via CNET's live blog written by Ina Fried who is on the scene at D8 .
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By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries The buzz on the first full day of All Things Digital’s D8 technology conference was all about Apple CEO Steve Jobs — his annoyance that Google had “decided to compete” with Apple, his well-documented views on Flash, his assertion that Apple isn’t going to get into the television market. Everything Mr.
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif.--There is one clear star emerging at this year's D: All Things Digital conference: Apple's iPad . In addition to all the stage time that the tablet got during Steve Jobs' talk last night, it is also dominating the discussion with other presenters.
Originally published June 1, 2010 at 9:04 PM | Page modified June 2, 2010 at 7:58 PM
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By Richi Jennings . June 4, 2010.
Steve Jobs lived up to the hype at D8 on Tuesday, forecasting a dim future for PCs and Google TV, offering candid comments on the Gizmodo iPhone incident, and more.
A free and open professional media is essential to democracy, Steve Jobs said yesterday at the All Things D conference.