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Some of Our Fave D Conference Videos Before AllThingsD Signs Off in 3 … 2 … 1 …

Tech and media bigs on the red-hot seat.

How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away? Paczkowski and Swisher Highlights From AllThingsD.

And so it goes in Silicon Valley.

Viral Video: Even Jerry Seinfeld Has a Drone. What’s With That?

This Crackle show works a lot better than you’d think.

The Longish Goodbye: Highlights From AllThingsD Staffers Johnson, Del Rey and Cha

I don’t know why you say hello, we say goodbye.

Viral Video: Country Music 2013 — Trucks, Girls in Trucks, Drinking in Trucks With Girls

Also drinking in trucks by riverbanks with girls.

As AllThingsD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes

How can you miss us if we won’t go away?


Taiwan Fines Apple for iPhone Price-Plan Meddling

Apple Inc. has been fined 20 million New Taiwan dollars and ordered to stop interfering with mobile service providers and handset distributors’ pricing.


BlackBerry Co-Founder Cuts Stake to Under Five Percent

BlackBerry Ltd. co-founder Michael Lazaridis disclosed in a regulatory filing Tuesday he cut his combined stake with another company co-founder in the smartphone maker to just under five percent.

Merry Christmas From AllThingsD and the Gift of a YouTube Yule Log

Once Again — Ho Ho, the Drone Mistletoe (Video)

All Things Walt: Mossberg’s Top Dozen Picks From 20 Years of Reviewing Tech (Video)

It’s a Jack World After All: Disney Names Dorsey to Board

Viral Video: Bloomberg Unplugged: “President? Pope? Naked Cowboy?”

Viral Video: It’s Fake, but Computer-Generated iPhone Dominoes Still Pretty

Exclusive: Foursquare Raises a $35 Million Round and Adds DFJ’s Schuler to the Board

Viki Strikes Deal With Baidu to Bring Crowd-Translated Programming to China

Microsoft Director Says CEO Choice Will Not Be Made Until Early 2014

CloudFlare Reveals $50 Million “Secret” Funding — From One Year Ago

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