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Here’s the last of the onstage interviews–Emerging Devices head Glenn Lurie, also known as the man who brought the Apple iPhone to AT&T (for better and worse).
It’s not easy being No. 3. Just as Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse, who has a 4G plan to move on the wireless carrier food chain.
Today, we ring up Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore, who is the man in charge of its Windows Phone 7 efforts. It’s no small task, as the software giant struggles to get back into the mobile game and catch up from far behind in a very competitive smartphone race led by both Google and Apple.
Can newly installed Hewlett-Packard mobile head Jon Rubinstein, former CEO of Palm, turn the second act for webOS into a success? He talks about all that and more–including the challenges from Apple and Google–in the race to dominate the fast-growing space.
Whether it is a business or not, it sure is pretty. Here’s Flipboard CEO and co-founder Mike McCue, a longtime Silicon Valley entrepreneur whose latest iPad app is giving publishers and readers a glimpse of what digital reading could be.
And today, here’s Spotify’s Daniel Ek singing for his supper. Well, not in the U.S. as yet, where the Swedish CEO and co-founder of the innovative streaming music service has not been able to make good on his promise to strike deals with music labels.
It’s a mobile-themed conference, so we naturally had to check in with Foursquare’s Mayor-for-Life Dennis Crowley. Get it? Check in? Ha!
One ringy-dingy, two ringy-dingy… It’s Google Android kingpin Andy Rubin calling in to talk about smartphones and more at D: Dive Into Mobile.
As promised, All Things Digital will begin publishing the full videos of the interviews we did last week at our D: Dive Into Mobile conference in San Francisco. We’ll be posting them all week and next, so first up: Research in Motion’s co-CEO and co-founder Mike Lazaridis.