D8: Steve Jobs discusses passing Microsoft in market cap, AT&T, Gizmodo, much more (with video)

Apple CEO Steve Jobs appeared live at The Wall Street Journal’seighth annual “D: All Things Digital” (D8) Conference yesterday evening in California.

MacDailyNews Note: The videos below are embedded from AllThingsD. The videos on their site are iPhone OS-compatible, so use the direct link we’ve provided below. If you do not like that their embeddable videos use Adobe’s proprietary Flash and therefore do not play on 100+ million iPhone OS devices, please let them know here: . You might also want to send a message directly to Walt Mossberg asking why his website – which, at the moment, should be named “SomeThingsD” – offers embeddable video that’s incompatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad: .

Apple CEO Steve Jobs Talks About Passing Microsoft in Market Cap and Adobe’s Flash: In his fifth appearance at D: All Things Digital, Jobs speaks with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher about his well-known issues with Flash.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on AT&T: Jobs answers a question from the audience about whether AT&T’s service for the iPhone will get better anytime soon.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on Television: Jobs talks about the problem with getting involved in television technology.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on the Gizmodo Story: Jobs talks candidly about Apple’s situation with Gizmodo, the site that bought an iPhone prototype found in a bar.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on iAds Restrictions: Jobs responds to a question about data collection and retention with a story about Flurry Analytics.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on Apple’s Relationship With Google: Onstage at D8, Jobs talks about Apple’s relationship with Google.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

Steve Jobs on the iPhone’s Origin: Onstage at D8, Jobs talks with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg about the connection between the iPad and the iPhone.

Direct link to video via AllThingsD here.

All of the D8 videos can be seen here.

MacDailyNews Note: The videos above are embedded from AllThingsD. The videos on their site are iPhone OS-compatible, so use the direct link we’ve provided below. If you do not like that their embeddable videos use Adobe’s proprietary Flash and therefore do not play on 100+ million iPhone OS devices, please let them know here: . You might also want to send a message directly to Walt Mossberg asking why his website – which, at the moment, should be named “SomeThingsD” – offers embeddable video that’s incompatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad: .

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  1. MacDailyNews Note: The videos above are embedded from AllThingsD. If you do not like that their videos use Adobe’s proprietary Flash and therefore do not play on 100+ million iPhone OS devices, please let them know here: feedback@allthingsd.com. You might also want to send a message asking why his website – which, at the moment, should be named “SomeThingsD” – seems not to care about iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users directly to Walt Mossberg here: mossberg.mailbox@allthingsd.com.

  2. No apologies….

    I truly like Steve…and I can honestly understand him being upset and impatient with stupidity.

    He’s an amazing guy and he’s changed the world. I really am thankful every day for Apple products.

  3. Jason Chen tried to negotiate the terms of returning the iPhone prototype. That’s extortion. Remember, he asked for an inside scoop, etc. You can’t say, I’ll return stolen property if you give me things of value, like stories, etc.

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