New episode of my podcast, The Talk Show, with special guest [Ben Thompson]. Topics include last Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 (and its mostly terrible commercials), Tim Cook’s tweet with a photo he took from the sidelines post-game, Twitter’s...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was at the Levi’s Stadium for the Super Bowl and soon after the Broncos won he posted a very blurry photo to Twitter. Naturally, the trolls were out in full force, so he got viciously trolled for posting a blurry picture. Show More Summary
If Tim Cook ever parts with Apple, his resume for becoming a politician is looking pretty strong. Not only has Cook become one of the most prominent campaigners for human rights and environmentalism in corporate America, he also just...Show More Summary
Goodbye, Tim Cook's blurry photo, we hardly knew ye. After posting a blurry Super Bowl photo on Twitter on Sunday — and being subsequently torn to pieces by Twitter's angry mob — Apple CEO Tim Cook decided to delete the photo on Tuesday. SEE...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook already leads the most profitable company in history and holds meetings with powerful world leaders and heads of state, and now he can add to that list receiving several votes for President of the United States in yesterday’s New Hampshire primary. Okay, technically not that Tim Cook, but his name did appear on the ballot yesterday and 50 New […]
It appears as though Apple CEO Tim Cook agrees with my assessment of the iPhone 6s Plus: it's the first iPhone I simply couldn't live with. Had Apple's head honcho been carrying the plus-sized version of the iPhone at the Super Bowl,...Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: After some wondered why the Apple CEO had posted such a poor photo to Twitter, it's deleted.
Apple was nominated for three “Crunchies,” TechCrunch’s annual award event for the best in technology. The technology giant lost all three. Apple’s 3D Touch, the Apple Pencil, and CEO Tim Cook were all put forth as the Best Technology Achievement, Best Hardware, and CEO of the Year, respectively. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook attended the Super Bowl in Santa Clara, California over the weekend, and shortly after the Denver Broncos won and stormed the field, he tweeted out a photo of the scene. That tweet and its photo has now been deleted. One...Show More Summary
There’s no doubt that Apple has a definite interest in virtual reality. Tim Cook said on the most recent earnings call that “it’s really cool and has some interesting applications,” and he didn’t see it as a niche product. That’s as big a clue as Apple ever gives about its degree of interest in a […]
Apple is leading the way in the smartwatch market according to Canalys (Wareable) Tim Cook might be keeping schtum about the official sales figures for the Apple Watch but that hasn’t stopped the analyst brigade from playing the guessing game. The latest forecaster to have a punt is Canalys, who has estimated [...]
The Internet is finding this whole thing so hilarious that Cook is now a trending topic on Twitter.
Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO tweets a photo of the Denver Broncos' celebrations, presumably taken with his iPhone. It wasn't a good photo.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was in attendance at the Super Bowl and excitedly tweeted from the field after the Broncos won. In a momentary lapse of judgment, Cook showed his humanity and took a blurry photo. https://twitter.com/tim_cook/status/696550880208760834 The...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was apparently so excited about being on the field at Super Bowl 50 he tweeted a super blurry photo of the Bronco's celebration Sunday night. In light of Apple's ubiquitous "Shoot with iPhone 6" ad campaign, the photo was prime for immediate mocking.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and his head of Internet endeavors -- Eddy Cue -- made an appearance at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, amid multiple reports the company is vying to stream NFL games.
Apple didn’t shell out for a super-expensive Super Bowl commercial last night, but CEO Tim Cook still managed to bring tons of attention to the iPhone, except not in the way he intended. Celebrating the Bronco’s ugly victory over the...Show More Summary
When it comes to the iPhone’s camera capabilities, Apple isn’t shy about showing off just how good it is. In fact, it released a new ad campaign using images shot on the iPhone 6s just over a week ago. However, CEO Tim Cook appears to be a little less skilled in the photography department. Show More Summary
Late Sunday evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted out a blurry post-game photo from Super Bowl 50, congratulating the Broncos on their victory. What he didn't realize at the time was that he was inadventertantly giving Twitter users the...Show More Summary
There’s no doubt about the fact that the iPhone has one of the best cameras that you can find on a mobile device. Apple has focused on the iPhone’s imaging prowess for years and will certainly continue to do so in the years to come.Show More Summary