Speaking before an audience in Washington D.C. tonight, Tim Cook was honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s National Visibility Award at a dinner where he discussed the fight against discrimination and inequality. The Apple CEO famously wrote earlier this year about being gay, making Cook the first chief executive of a Fortune 500 company to openly come out. In […]
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.
What comes after the Apple Watch? While Tim Cook and his team update the wearable through WatchOS 2 and are working on the next iteration of the hardware, I've no doubt that the R&D personnel are hard at work answering the question 'what happens next' Thanks to a design patent application published on Thursday, we know one of the potential answers.
In a recent interview, Tim Cook discussed the new, universal search feature on the upcoming Apple TV. While at launch the search feature will show results from iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Showtime, Cook expects developers to incorporate search into their TV apps quickly thanks to the tvOS search API. Show More Summary
The Apple TV is launching later in October but many of the details about the device remain under wraps. At the announcement, Apple announced that the Apple TV Siri universal search feature will include data from iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, Showtime and HBO. Many had hoped that Apple would be more open with this feature, allowing Siri to incorporate data from […]
Under Tim Cook, Apple has forced a radical reconfiguration of the tech industry. Even in business, everyone orbits Apple now. The post Tim Cook’s Apple Has Forced the Whole Tech World to Realign appeared first on WIRED.
Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO says that encryption is "a must" in today's world. He believes that everyone is coming around to that view. Except, perhaps, the FBI.
Move over Tim Cook, there’s a new hot billionaire in town. Stein Erik Hagen (pictured) is one of Norway’s top businessmen. The 59-year-old executive owns multiple companies in everything from commercial real estate to e-commerce. He’s worth an estimated $4.3 billion, making him the second richest person in Norway. Oh, and did we mention he likes guys? Related: Apple CEO […]
"The government comes to us from time to time, and if they ask in a way that is correct...then to the degree that we have information, we give that information." The post Tim Cook Sounds Off On Privacy, Says No To ‘Backdoor Access’ And Knowing ‘Every Detail’ Of Your Life appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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's new 2.8 million square foot California HQ hasn't even been built yet, but already the "spaceship" campus has achieved iconic status. Tim Cook and 12,000 other employees hope to move in late next year, but that won't be the end of the company's expansion in the area. Show More Summary
Tim Cook participated in a recent interview with NPR’s Robert Siegel, in which he reiterates Apple’s stance on user privacy, discusses what it would take for Apple to bring its overseas cash pile back into the U.S. — and comically avoids talking about the Apple Car. 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.
Tim Cook recently sat down for a chat with NPR's Robert Siegel on its All Things Considered program, where the two discussed the importance of consumer privacy, the NSA, and more. Here are some of the highlights. On the subject of government...Show More Summary
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.
Just days after Apple updated and expanded its privacy site to explain how it handles personal information, CEO Tim Cook sat down with NPR's Robert Siegel to talk about how the Cupertino company protects user data and when and whereShow More Summary
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 […]