Here’s the entirety of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ D8 interview with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. Google, Flash, iPad and everything else, for more than 90 minutes.
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“Modern Family” creator Steve Levitan says he loves the Internet, but says he wants his show off the Web. Because the eyeballs it attracts don’t do him any good. Wish granted! Temporarily.
“Modern Family” is a hit for ABC. And it’s also a hit online, attracting some two million sets of eyeballs a week on ABC.com and Hulu. But Steve Levitan, the show’s creator, wants it off the Web.
The director says watching movies on a phone removes the “sanctity in the film-watching experience.” Hope no one shows him the promotional material for T-Mobile’s newest Android handset.
If you’re willing to do the work, you can opt out of Apple’s ad trackers. But Apple is going to keep track of your iPhone’s location data, no matter what you want.
Another week, another opportunity for Mark Zuckerberg to get on stage in front of an important audience and explain what he’s doing with Facebook. This time, he’s in France, talking to the ad world’s big shots.
You know the answer, right? But just to spell it out: Even two million Hulu eyeballs a week don’t mean much for a hit TV show like “Modern Family.”
Last week, Steve Jobs promised that his iPhone and iPad would be open to outside ad networks. Yesterday, Apple made good on his promise, by changing the terms of its developer agreement. Good news for some mobile ad networks. But what about Google?