In a wide-ranging interview with the hosts of the D8 technology conference, Apple CEO Steve Jobs defused rumors that Apple will do away with Google’s search products on its technology platforms or that it will soon revamp its ailing Apple TV product, reports the New York Times. Jobs didn’t make any news or announce any new products or partners, but he delivered some interesting tidbits. Perhaps most significantly, he said Apple has no plans to get rid of Google’s search and maps services on the iPhone or iPad. “We have some Google properties on our phone,” Jobs said. “Just because...

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