Horace Dediu: Next week at AllThingsD’s D11 conference in LA, Apple CEO Tim Cook will be interviewed by Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. Here are some questions I’m hoping they will ask. Good questions. Not sure Cook would give a straight answer to any of them, though. ?
iPads and other tablets are being used every day for productivity tasks once reserved for laptops. Walt Mossberg looks at apps that attempt to emulate the features of Office.
Next month, Apple CEO Tim Cook will return for the annual conference put on by All Things D – D11. which will kick off May 28th. Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg of AllThingsD announced Tuesday that Cook will open the D11 conference. Cook provided his first major interview as the CEO of Apple during D10 [...]
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the opening night speaker at the 11th D: All Things Digital conference next month. Last year, Cook joined hosts Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg for a 100-minute session that covered a wide variety of topics. There’s...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be interviewed on opening-night of AllThingsD‘s D11 conference in May. Cook’s interview with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg will be his second as the Apple CEO spoke at the conference last year as well. The conference runs in California from May 28th until May 30th. (Image via ATD).
Charlie Rose: Wall Street Journal technology columnists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher discuss the annual All Things Digital conference and the future of mobile technology. All Things Digital’s Mossberg, Swisher on Mobile Charlie Rose, April 22 2013
While BGR found Samsung’s Galaxy S4 to be a top-notch smartphone, other publications have given the device decidedly mixed reviews, typified by Walt Mossberg’s criticism of Samsung for producing software that is “often gimmicky, duplicative...Show More Summary
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is not getting rave reviews. Walt Mossberg, the most influential gadget review on the planet, has a relatively harsh review of the S4. Mossberg's reviews are generally subtle, and balanced. His S4 review is fairly...Show More Summary
Bob Bowman, the president and CEO of Major League Baseball Advanced Media, sat down with Walt Mossberg at the D: Dive into Mobile conference on Tuesday. Among other things, the pair talked about Apple versus Android in the world of Major...Show More Summary
Peter Kafka: Some details from Bowman’s chat with Walt Mossberg at D: Dive into Mobile today: His user base, which used to split 80/20 in favor of iOS over Android, has now moved to 70/30. “The Samsung phone is quite a good Android phone,” Bowman said. But the uptick in Android users, he said, doesn’t track with revenue. Show More Summary
AllThingsD has hired Jason Del Rey to cover e-commerce for the News Corp.-owned site, editors Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg announced Monday. AllThingsD He will be starting in two weeks. Del Rey, most recently a reporter at Advertising...Show More Summary
What does Walt Mossberg, the world's most influential personal technology, writer think of Facebook's new phone? After reading his review, it's hard to tell. Mossberg reviewed the HTC First, the first smartphone to launch with Facebook's Android take-over software pre-loaded. Show More Summary
In a pair of video appearances, Walt Mossberg discusses Apple-written mobile apps and what Samung's new Galaxy S4 means for the iPhone.
The word “exciting” is in danger of being overused at SXSW. The panels I’ve attended to date have been stimulating and well-attended, and each created its own level of buzz. The gasp-meter, however, pegged yesterday during Walt Greenberg’s interview of … Continue reading
Things got a little too warm when Al Gore took to the stage at the SXSW Interactive festival Saturday to talk about The Future — that is, his new book subtitled Six Drivers Of Global Change as well as the NRA, the internet and global warming, natch. Show More Summary
While the Roku 3 doesn't provide users with YouTube or iTunes streaming, Walt Mossberg tells us it otherwise is an improvement over previous Roku models and gives a great user experience for those who stream video on their TVs.
How do you take on Apple, Pandora, Facebook and Google? With awesome taste, the producer and headphone impressario tells Walt Mossberg. Here's the full Dive into Media interview.
Pebble The Pebble Smart Watch helps you check your phone notifications and control your music without pulling out your iPhone or Android. But, Walt Mossberg tells us it is best to wait for Pebble to work out some kinks before you bu...
Good morning! Here's the news: Yahoo defends its decision to ban workers from telecommuting. Someone is selling Google Glass on eBay in case you have a few thousand dollars to burn. Walt Mossberg reviewed the Pebble, a new smartwatch that syncs with your smartphone. Show More Summary
There's a new data plan out there that won't cost you an arm and a leg, Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal reports. Republic Wireless offers a no-contract plan that costs $19 a month, and comes with unlimited data, calls, and texts. Show More Summary