How to watch today’s live interview with Laurene Powell Jobs

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Steve Jobs' widow has been heavily involved with philanthropy over the past few years.
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Laurene Powell Jobs has kept a relatively low profile since Steve Jobs’ death in 2011, but tonight she’ll be in conversation at the Code Conference — where she’ll be talking about her approach to philanthropy.

The on-stage interview will be with U.S. senator and Democratic party “rising star” Kamala Harris, and takes place at 8.30pm PST. You can watch it live at the link below.

Laurene Powell Jobs will talk philanthropy at next month’s Code Conference

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Laurene Powell Jobs (center) at the Female Founders Conference 2016 in San Francisco.
Laurene Powell Jobs (center) at the Female Founders Conference 2016 in San Francisco.
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Laurene Powell Jobs may be best known to Apple fans as Steve Jobs’ widow but, as a longtime philanthropist with decades of experience, she’s carved out an impressive solo career.

Having kept a fairly low profile since her husband’s death in 2011, next month Powell Jobs will speak at the Code Conference about her approach to philanthropy. Her appearance will take the form of an unscripted onstage conversation.

Jeff Williams’ Code Conference interview is now online

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Jeff Williams handles his Walt Mossberg grilling with class. And some dishy scoops.
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If you weren’t in the crowd at Re/code’s recent Code Conference, you can now check out the video of Apple Operations guru Jeff Williams’ interview with Walt Mossberg from the comfort of your home.

In a wide-reaching half-hour conversation, Williams touches on everything from Apple’s plans to disrupt the car industry, to Foxconn suicides, to Williams’ own wish for a Star Trek-style tricorder in future iPhones.

Check out the video below.

Apple operations guru Jeff Williams to speak at Code Conference

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Jeff Williams is the man described by Fortune as "Tim Cook's Tim Cook." Photo: Apple/Cult of Mac
Photo: Apple/Cult of Mac

Apple’s operations whiz Jeff Williams will be a speaker at the second Code Conference, held May 26 to 28.

The conference represents a rare opportunity to hear from the man who oversaw the development of the Apple Watch, as well as helping Apple progress from shipping 10 million iPhones in 2008 to more than 74 million in the last three months of 2014 alone.