"No," says El Jobso, when asked by Kara Swisher at D8 if Apple is going to pull Google off the iPhone, given the competition that's erupted between them.
It's time for another roundup of pundits espousing heartfelt admiration and none-too-bloody criticism of a pretty hot Apple product. How did they—I mean "it"—do this time around? Have a look-see...
Having just played with a prototype for a few minutes, I'm really impressed with the Zune HD. I've got a video, too, showing off how well the animations work.
I'll be liveblogging an interview of Jon Rubinstein in a few minutes, from All Things D. They're promising some important news never seen or heard of even in rumors.
Steve Ballmer is at D. He's rather clear today, not so ranty. Here are his best quotes from the talk.
Steve Ballmer just confirmed rumors that Microsoft's new search engine, previously called Kumo, has been christened with the wonderfully onomatopoeic, possibly stupid name, "Bing". UPDATE: And it's coming next week.
Haptic technology has the possibility to make touchscreens so much better, improving accuracy and adding a whole new range of sensory feedback. Immersion, primary developers of haptic technology, presented both a refined onscreen keyboard and an incredibly cheesy "Immersive Messaging" protocol at this year's All…
Microsoft is planning to publicly unveil their new , codenamed "Kumo", to the public at All Things D as early as today. We don't know a whole lot about it, but word is they're calling it "Bing", as in the cherry, the Crosby or the sound of Microsoft's planned $100m planned advertising budget bouncing off…
Feeds are burning up with chatter about whether or not the next iPhone will flash a grin at the Jobs-less Schiller-heavy WWDC keynote. What's your totally uneducated—or surprisingly prescient—guess?
Lowell McAdam, CEO of Verizon Wireless and the FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin, are on stage at All Things D. And in an instant, Mossberg is ON KEVIN'S ASS for the US's slow, expensive broadband! "You're the chairman of the FCC, how did you allow this to happen?"
Kara Swisher is inteviewing Tom Rogers, CEO of TiVo (and CEO with the best pirate name).