Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly been field testing a blood sugar monitoring device attached to an Apple Watch, CNBC reports. According to a source, Cook was spotted at the Apple campus wearing a prototype glucose-tracker on the Apple...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the first to tell you — he loves the Apple Watch and its health tracking capabilities. So if there's anyone who would serve as a high-profile guinea pig for a breakthrough new feature for the device, Cook's...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is testing out a glucose monitor for the Apple Watch, according to a report.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been seen testing a glucose monitoring device, according to a CNBC report that fuels speculation Apple is working on its own glucose monitoring technology. Cook was spotted using a glucose monitor at the new Apple Campus in Cupertino, according to a CNBC source. Show More Summary
A report from CNBC says that Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spotted wandering around Apple's campus with a prototype blood glucose monitor. The device would allow for constant blood sugar monitoring, crucial for diabetics and potentially...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently sat down for a trio of interviews with different YouTubers, where they discussed accessibility and its importance to Apple. Cook talked about how accessibility features intersect with Apple's goal of making technology for everyone. Show More Summary
In recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week invited three accessibility advocates and bloggers to the company's Cupertino, Calif., campus, for discussions on how Apple technology impacts their daily lives.
An auction offering lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook has officially ended, raising $688,999 for Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights -- the highest amount ever in a series of such auctions with Cook.
TIME Magazine has has named Apple CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams as two of its 20 Most Influential People in Tech Right Now. Cook, coming in at number four was praised for Apple's, and thus his, role in influencing not only technology,...Show More Summary
Time Magazine on Tuesday posted its "20 Most Influential People in Tech" list for 2017, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and his COO, Jeff Williams.
At approximately 11.38AM Cupertino time on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a cryptic message on Twitter reading only "????". It was quickly deleted. More »
The latest data on U.S. iPhone sales from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) illustrates the ‘pause’ in iPhone sales described by Apple CEO Tim Cook in the most recent earnings call. The company’s data indicates that theShow More Summary
On Wednesday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook stopped by CNBC's Mad Money to speak with host Jim Cramer about Apple's latest earnings report. Cook spoke on the program about Apple's values, and the importance of companies giving back, touching on topics like Apple's environmental efforts and job creation. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday revealed the company's wearables business -- AirPods, Apple Watch and Beats -- is now the size of a Fortune 500 company, while services revenue is on the verge of breaking into Fortune 100 territory. AppleInsider takes a closer look at the comparisons.
'By doing that, we can be the ripple in the pond,' Apple CEO Tim Cook said.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company also wants to increase its own employee base.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down for an interview with Mad Money‘s Jim Cramer at Apple Campus today where the company revealed it’s making a big investment to increase manufacturing jobs in the United States. President Donald Trump has repeatedly taken shots at Apple for making the iPhone in China, but if Apple’s new $1 […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
During a Wednesday interview with Jim Cramer, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the constant feedback and health monitoring functions provided by Apple Watch helped him lose 30 pounds.
Apple CEO Tim Cook set Twitter ablaze with speculation today and all it took was a simple smiley face emoji. Cook sent out a tweet with just a smiley face emoji this morning. No other context was provided in the tweet and it was deleted shortly later, leading tech twitter to wonder what the most […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple CEO Tim Cook said during an interview on CNBC on Wednesday that the Apple Watch helped him lose weight. "You know, the watch has been an incredible move into health, in the wellness and fitness piece," Cook told CNBC's Jim Cramer. "For you, too?" Cramer asked. "Yes, for me too. Show More Summary