the D conference is the annual gathering of the most influential
figures in media and technology. Each year, Mossberg and Swisher put
these top players to the test onstage during unscripted
conversations…often with unexpected results.
Blog summaries, photo galleries and highlight reels from all D8
sessions are currently available on In coming weeks,
full-length, large-screen videos will be posted each Monday and
Thursday for the remaining D8 speakers:
—  Tim Armstrong, chairman and chief executive officer, AOL
—  Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer, Microsoft
—  Lloyd Braun, co-owner, BermanBraun
—  Steve Burke, chief operating officer, Comcast
—  Steve Case, chairman and chief executive officer, Revolution
—  Peter Chou, chief executive officer, HTC
—  John Donahoe, president and chief executive officer, eBay
—  Julius Genachowski, chairman, FCC
—  Paul Jacobs, chief executive officer, Qualcomm
—  Jeffrey Katzenberg, chief executive officer, DreamWorks Animation SKG
—  Steven Levitan, co-creator, “Modern Family”
—  Alan Mulally, chief executive officer, Ford Motor Company
—  Ray Ozzie, chief software architect, Microsoft
—  Richard Rosenblatt, co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer,
Demand Media
—  Vivian Schiller, president and chief executive officer, National Public
—  Paul Steiger, editor-in-chief, president and chief executive officer,
Videos of product demos at D8 are also available on including Dell’s Streak, Kno’s tablet,
Microsoft’s Project Natal (renamed “Kinect”), OnLive’s cloud gaming
service and Wordnik’s Smartwords.
Conference information, full coverage and videos from past D
conferences can be found online at

dell-streakEvery year, the Wall Street Journal’s “All Things Digital” sponsors a conference where CEOs from tech companies speak. They’ve just posted videos from the conference at

Movie director James Cameron spoke with Journal reporters about the making of the Titanic in 3D. So did the heads of Microsoft, AOL, eBay, HTC, Dreamworks, and  several other companies.

Videos of product demos at D8,  such as Dell’s new tablet, the Streak and Microsoft’s “Project Natal” can be seen at Full coverage from past conferences is found at

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