Highlights from Apple CEO's appearance at the 2013 AllThingsD conference.
FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook was the headliner at the Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD conference Tuesday night. A few topics he declined to discuss: His personality, former executives who weren't in the room, and -- of course -- Apple's future plans.
Otherwise, he fielded every question put to him in his 1:21 minutes on the stage.
See Video: 81 minutes with Apple's MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 28, 2013 11:01 PM ET
Where to follow the conversation.
FORTUNE --Tim Cook made his second appearance as Apple (AAPL) CEO at the Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD conference Tuesday night, speaking for about 80 minutes..
The interview was not streamed live, but you could follow the conversation through the live blogs.
These seemed to be the best:Ina Fried at AllThingsD Adi Robertson at The Verge Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac Darren Murph at Engadget
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At this evening's AllThingsD conference, Google's Andy Rubin let a few surprises out of the bag.
There weren't many new items from Google (GOOG) VP Andy Rubin's talk at the AllThingsD conference, but some were notable. Here is what I dug out:
On Nokia (NOK) considering using Android: They've talked! (7:00 into the video below):
Rubin: The company has new leadership, referring to CEO Stephen Elop. They are evaluating lots of alternatives. I'm MORESeth Weintraub - Dec 7, 2010 1:14 AM ET
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