Join us now for Tim Cook's chat from D10

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicks off the D10 conference at 6:30 p.m. PT as the event's headlining interviewee. CNET will be live-blogging the chat.

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at D10. Asa Mathat
Tim Cook, right, sits with All Things D conference founders Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.

Editor's note: This live blog of Apple CEO Tim Cook's talk at D10 is ongoing. Click below to join in the live blog. Or click here for a story on what he's covered so far.

Set your smartphone alarm: CNET will be on the scene to bring you all the news and details from Apple CEO Tim Cook's chat at the D10 conference, which kicks off tonight around 6:30 p.m. PT.

The stage is set.

The public interview will be Cook's second in recent months. In mid-February, Cook appeared at the Goldman Sachs' annual Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco to discuss worker safety, financials, products, and Apple's culture. Tonight's chat is expected to touch on a similarly broad range of topics.

Cook's predecessor, Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs, attended the D conference series in previous years. At the fifth D conference, Jobs  shared the stage  with Microsoft chairman Bill Gates.

Unlike other companies, Apple has never used the opportunity to launch a product. The same is expected tonight. Apple's own annual developers conference is kicking off in just a few weeks, and that's where Apple has said it will show off "the future" of OS X and iOS.

We'll be liveblogging Cook's appearance at D10 in this post. Come back at 6:30 p.m. PT for live text and photos.

Editors' note: The original, bare-bones version of this story was posted today at 4 a.m. PT.


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