As previously announced, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage Tuesday night to kick off the eighth annual D: All Things Digital conference (aka D8), and he chatted with his hosts on a range of topics past, present and future.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage Tuesday night as the annual D: All Things Digital event kicks off today at an exclusive resort in Ranchos Palos Verdes, California, just 30 miles south of Los Angeles.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has had another busy weekend, taking to his iDevices to give his cursory one-line answer to a couple of inquiries from concerned Apple fans on the subject of Google’s Android and this year’s developer conference.
E-mailing a question to Steve Jobs is becoming a bit like shaking a magic eight-ball -- you’ll frequently get an answer, but it’s bound to be short & sweet. On the subject of Google’s WebM announcement this week, Jobs simply pointed one inquiring mind to a URL that did the talking for him.
Simon Sinek, the author of Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, explains his theory as why the world might be so Apple crazed. In one of the 600 and more talks that were filmed at TED this year, Sinek tries his best to justify the reason Apple has been so innovative over the decades.