All things D

  • WSJ Confirms It’s Parting Ways With All Things D, Adding 20 New Hires And International Conference

    WSJ Confirms It’s Parting Ways With All Things D, Adding 20 New Hires And International Conference

    The Dow Jones-owned Wall Street Journal has confirmed today that it will part ways with All Things D. The media publication — and conference powerhouse — is still in talks with potential suitors but its relationship with the Journal is dead. The news was first reported by Fortune’s Dan Primack. Negotiations have been going on for some time and sources tell us that this is largely… Read More

  • Steve Jobs' Doublespeak Strikes Again: "No" Actually Meant "Yes" For Apple TV

    Steve Jobs' Doublespeak Strikes Again: "No" Actually Meant "Yes" For Apple TV

    "You're going to be able to be watching a movie, push it to your TV, and finish watching it there. You're going to be able to push photos from your iPad to your TV... it's going to be pretty cool." -- Apple CEO Steve Jobs, September 1st, 2010 Many people noticed that Jobs' "and one more thing ..." intro today was reserved for Apple's "hobby," Apple TV. Jobs also referred to Apple's TV… Read More

  • Guitar Hero World Tour shown off at All Things D

    Guitar Hero World Tour shown off at All Things D

    Bobby Kotick, CEO or Activision, makers of the game-changing Guitar Hero series, showed off Guitar Hero IV today at the All Things D conference. Officially called Guitar Hero World Tour, the game features the familiar guitar controller, but also includes Rock Band-like drums, a bass, and mic. Activision is going head-to-head with Harmonix’s Rock Band. And he had help, with Tony Hawk playing… Read More