Pebble Technology CEO Eric Migicovsky compares the app experience for Pebble Time users to that of Apple Watch users.
One of Alabama's most famous gay natives, Apple CEO Tim Cook, had urged the state to adopt such protections, but the bill is moved to the trash for now. read more
This completely slipped my mind when I wrote about how few C-level executives Apple has had in its modern era (which I loosely define as starting when Steve Jobs took the “interim” CEO title): July 8, 2003 — Apple today announced that...Show More Summary
But first, retailer must finish transition to more secure credit card system
General Motors has announced planes to bring Apple’s CarPlay to 14 of its 2016 Chevy models, Re/code reports. At Code Conference 2016, GM CEO Mary Barra announced that the software will be offered across the “full range of consumer models”...Show More Summary
On June 8th at the Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), CEO Tim Cook will reportedly introduce a new and improved Apple TV. For those who live under rocks this doesn’t mean a television made by Apple but rather a new version of the Apple TV set top box that 25 million people have bought to download and stream video from the Internet. Show More Summary
Target's CEO, Brian Cornell, says that the company plans to offer in-store support for Apple Pay eventually. Speaking at Code Conference today, Target CEO Brian Cornell said that the company plans to eventually support Apple Pay in stores, but his main focus right now is adding support for chip-and-PIN cards. Show More Summary
Target CEO Brian Cornell spoke at Re/code's Code Conference in Palos Verdes, California today, where he confirmed that the company plans to offer in-store support for Apple Pay in the future. According to Cornell, while he'd love toShow More Summary
Target CEO Brian Cornell on Wednesday said his company wants to integrate Apple Pay across its retail chain, but must first install point-of-sale technology with chip and PIN or chip and signature technology to conform to the latest security standards.
It's a rare day Cornell doesn't hear about the company's hacking scandal.
Target CEO Brian Cornell said today at the Code conference that the company is committed to offering Apple Pay as an option for customers. “I’d love to have Apple Pay in our system right now,” said Cornell, adding that he sat down with Tim Cook and explained that Target would be supporting it. Show More Summary
CBS appears to be close to a deal with Apple to be a part of Apple TV after CBS CEO Leslie Moonves said he will “probably” do a deal, USA Today reports. Speaking at the tech-oriented Code Conference today in...
General Motors CEO Mary Barra today said the company plans to add Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to 14 of its 2016 models later this year. The in-dash software will be spread across GM's range of Chevrolet products, from the Chevy Corvette down to the Chevy Spark. Show More Summary
The new Apple TV streaming service might not be launching as soon as we hoped, but when it does, CBS will probably be part of the package. CBS CEO Les Moonves made an appearance at Recode’s Code Conference and revealed … Read more ›
General Motors CEO Mary Barra announced at Code Conference today where Apple’s Jeff Williams spoke that more than a dozen of its 2016 model cars will include support for Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto feature. Specifically, GM will ship CarPlay in 14 Chevrolet-branded cars being released this year including the $15,000 Chevy Spark.We first […]
RANCHO PALOS VERDES — Is CBS looking for a buyer? Could it be Apple? Probably not, but if the tech giant wants to take some of its billions in cash reserves to scoop up the home of The Big Bang Theory CBS President and CEO Leslie Moonves...Show More Summary
The launch of Apple's still unconfirmed Internet TV service will likely include CBS, according to statements made by the network's CEO Les Moonves today. While Apple may have not officially said anything about its upcoming streamingShow More Summary
Les Moonves, longtime chief executive of broadcasting giant CBS, said on Wednesday that his company will "probably" sign on to Apple's forthcoming streaming television offering.
Apple's much-rumored plans to launch a streaming TV service in the fall were confirmed today at Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, where CBS CEO Les Moonves told Re/code's Kara Swisher that CBS will "probably" sign a deal with Apple for the network to be included as a launch partner. Show More Summary
At a Re/Code event today where Apple’s Jeff Williams is currently speaking, CBS’s Les Moonves told the audience that he’s also speaking to Apple…about a TV deal. CBS CEO Les Moonves says his network will “probably” sign a deal with Apple to carry his network. “We’re very excited about it,” he told Kara Swisher at the […]