On Monday U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce a new White House agency dubbed the "Office of American Innovation," staffed by former business executives and advised by current ones -- among them Apple CEO Tim Cook.
President Trump is forming a new team, known as The White House Office of American Innovation, which he says is intended to harvest ideas from the business world. Apple CEO Tim Cook is reported by the Washington Post to be one of the...Show More Summary
It was only last summer that Apple CEO Tim Cook declared his vision for a company that lasts one thousand years. But Cook's far-reaching calendar already seems to be in trouble, with an ever-growing list of rivals and weaknesses threatening...Show More Summary
Apple's in China for the duration, says Tim Cook. Apple CEO Tim Cook recently sat down for an interview to discuss the company's continuing investments in China. Cook noted that while many companies simply want access to the country's market, Apple is in it for the long haul, having created around five million jobs in China so far. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time out of his China tour this week to speak with a local news publication about the company's regional intentions, saying Apple is planting deep roots in the country, from job creation to economic and environmental investments.
Apple CEO Tim Cook visited China over the past week to celebrate the announcement of the company’s two new research and development centers in the country. Over the weekend, we noted of a speech Cook gave in China during which he discussed...Show More Summary
With the news earlier today that Apple has ditched the PRODUCT(RED) branding for the red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in China, MacRumors reached out to CEO Tim Cook to find out if any of the proceeds on sales in the country would still be donated...Show More Summary
Commentary: At the China Development Forum, Microsoft is the sponsor, and, well, wouldn't you showcase your device? Especially if Apple's CEO were there?
Tim Cook has repeatedly dissed Microsoft’s Surface tablets by comparing them to a toaster-refrigerator, but during his trip to China this week the Apple CEO was forced to spend some up-close time with the convertible tablet. As one of...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is currently on another tour of China this week and is staying busy by visiting some of the hottest startups in the country. This morning Cook paid a visit to bike-sharing startup Ofo which is already valued at $1 billion and counts Uber-rival/Apple-ally Didi Chuxing as one of its investors. During […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
By Sijia Jiang HONG KONG (Reuters) - Apple Inc chief executive Tim Cook paid a visit to Chinese bike-sharing company ofo on Tuesday, as the country's ride-sharing start-ups fight aggressively for investor dollars and market share. Cook...Show More Summary
As part of his latest trip to China, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday visited bike-sharing startup ofo and fitness company Keep, also announcing that a translation of Swift Playgrounds into simplified Chinese will be released tomorrow.
We already know that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is extremely interested in augmented reality (AR) thanks to a string of comments made by CEO Tim Cook over the past year or so. Given Cook's statements, it should be obvious that the company is working on something in AR; what's less clear is how Apple plans to create and deliver AR experiences. Show More Summary
Here's one big sign that Apple is serious about developing a pair of smartglasses: CEO Tim Cook visited Magic Leap's offices last summer to check out their augmented reality technology, former Magic Leap employees said. Cook has been...Show More Summary
Apple is working on a pair of Google Glass-style smart glasses powered by your iPhone, Bloomberg reports. And it's no surprise why: Apple CEO Tim Cook has said augmented reality, the technology used to project computer-generated imagery...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook hasn't been shy about his interest in augmented reality (AR), and a new report appears to shed light on how far Apple may have gone into that arena. According to this report, Apple has put together an eclectic team...Show More Summary
Future Apple products will include a technology called augmented reality, which overlays computer graphics and information from the internet into the real world. Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the majority of people will soon have AR experiences...Show More Summary
Of all the rumored additions Apple is said to be bringing to the iPhone 8, few are as intriguing as augmented reality. Apple CEO Tim Cook has called AR a "core technology" in interviews, prompting many analysts and journalists to speculate on how Apple might utilize AR functionality in its devices. Show More Summary
Apple’s Chief Executive Tim Cook defended globalization in a rare public speech in China, as his company faces political pressure in the U.S. to bring back factories.
Apple CEO Tim Cook issued an attack on the Trump agenda over the weekend. In a public speech in China, the Alabama-born executive defended globalisation as "in general great for the world," albeit capable of producing imbalances between...Show More Summary