John Paczkowski, writing for Buzzfeed last week: In a recent interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple CEO Tim Cook said universal search in Apple TV is not something that the company plans to reserve for key content partners. “At launch we’ll...Show More Summary
Laurene Powell Jobs and Tim Cook have slammed Aaron Sorkins’ upcoming biopic on Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, but according to the Sorkin, they actually might like it, if they ever go see it. Apple CEO Tim Cook has opposed the film by...Show More Summary
On the fourth anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent out a memo to Apple employees. It is slim on details but it does outline some of the priorities Jobs seemed to hold and it’s a fascinating and beautiful document from one friend and co-worker about another. Show More Summary
Out and proud Apple CEO Tim Cook was honored with the visibility award by the Human Rights Campaign.
Human Rights Campaign (HRC) gave its Visibility Award to Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc. (right), this past weekend at their annual dinner gala in Washington, D.C. Cook, who was hired personally by none other than tech god Steve Jobs, has been with Apple since 1998, and took over as CEO in 2011, shortly before […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent an internal email to employees (via The Telegraph) to commemorate the fourth anniversary since the death of late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, who passed away October 5, 2011 following a lengthy illness. Cook...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that he chose to come out as gay because "people need to hear that being gay is not a limitation," Re/code reports. Cook was speaking at the Human Rights Campaign awards dinner on October 3 in Washington DC. He...Show More Summary
In accepting his Visibility Award at a Human Rights Campaign dinner on Saturday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about his coming out as gay and argued that there are still obstacles to LGBT acceptance even if much progress has been made.
Universal search for Apple TV is going to be awesome, and Apple CEO Tim Cook is promising it’ll only get better over time via an API the company is bringing to developers. Speaking to Buzzfeed, Cook said the goal is to make things ‘simple’...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook received the Visibility Award from the Human Rights Campaign. “I love to see the iPhones,” Cook smiled, striding to the podium. Cook then talked about coming out last year, in an article he wrote for Bloomberg Businessw… The post Apple CEO Tim Cook Tells HRC That the Fight to End Discrimination is Not Over: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently confirmed that developers will indeed be granted access to a universal search API set to debut with the fourth-generation Apple TV, meaning third-party apps have the opportunity to get screen time alongside big name services like HBO and Hulu.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has refused to talk about it, but that hasn't stopped a growing flurry of leaks, reports, and rumors.
Photo: Ariel Zambelich/NPR In a recent interview with NPR’s Robert Siegel, Apple CEO Tim Cook emphasized how he feels that “privacy is a fundamental human right” and discussed how Apple and its products and services work to protect the privacy of its users. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with NPR to talk about privacy, and described it as a "fundamental human right." The comments come after Apple updated its website to make its stance on privacy clearer, something Cook describes as "a values...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook refused to talk about the widely-rumoured "Apple Car" his company is believed to be developing in an interview on Thursday night. When asked by NPR host Robert Siegel about the project, reportedly called "Project Titan," Cook was evasive — repeatedly changing the subject and asking Siegel if he had any other questions. Show More Summary
The Human Rights Campaign announced Thursday that it will present Apple CEO Tim Cook with the Visibility Award at its 19th annual National Dinner next month, an event honoring high-profile public figures who fight for LGBT equality.
Apple CEO Tim Cook continued his media tour on Thursday by participating in a short interview featured on NPR's "All Things Considered," where he discussed the importance of consumer data protection and implications of America's tax code.
Continuing his string of interviews and appearances, Apple CEO Tim Cook today appeared on NPR’s All Things Considered show and was interviewed by Robert Siegel. Cook and Siegel talked about a variety of topics in the interview, including Apple News, customer privacy, and more. First off, the two discussed Apple’s goal to maintain the privacy […]
In comments made at the BoxWorks conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he believes businesses should work to address social problems when governments are unwilling or unable to do so, Computer World reports. Apple’s push to move itself...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Seattle last week, and in one sentence he perfectly characterized what it's like to meet one of the most powerful men in the world. " Did you feel the room shake?” Tim Cook asked...Show More Summary