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Resurgent T-Mobile passes 50M subscribers, but CEO refuses to talk about Apple's 'iPhone 6'

U.S. carrier T-Mobile on Thursday posted strong results for its fiscal second quarter, adding 1.5 million subscribers, more customers than any other wireless provider, while recording a $391 million profit on revenues of $7.2 billio...

Does Apple’s deal with IBM signal ‘the end of desktop?’

Does the iOS-centric IBM-Apple deal equal the end of the road for desktops? Absolutely it does, if you believe Bob Tinker, CEO of the newly-public company MobileIron. Discussing the recent alliance between the two tech giants during his company’s first … Read more ›

Apple CEO Tim Cook receives praise for iOS vision

In a note to investors, analyst Steven Milunovich praised Apple CEO Tim Cook for thinking “big”—something that bodes well for Apple’s future. He referenced comments the CEO made during Apple’s most recent earnings call, in which he stated...Show More Summary

How OS X Became Apple's Sexiest Product

What happens when developers fall back in love with desktop apps? This story contains interviews with Dan Counsell, founder of Realmac Software; Till Schadde, CEO of equinux; Ralf Pfleghar, director of development, equinux; Saulius Dailide, cofounder, UI designer, Pixelmator; and Keith Blount, developer of Scrivener. Read Full Story

Apple’s hotly anticipated next-gen Apple TV won’t launch until next year

That list of “exciting new product categories” Apple CEO Tim Cook loves teasing at every opportunity keeps getting smaller and smaller — and now it looks like one of Apple’s most interesting new products that was rumored to be slated for a 2014 debut will not launch until sometime next year. Show More Summary

UBS praises Apple CEO Tim Cook for thinking 'big,' pushing for iOS to become ubiquitous

Investment firm UBS heaped praise upon Apple on Wednesday, advising Wall Street to buy in on the strength of Chief Executive Tim Cook and his strategy to push the iOS platform "everywhere."

Ford will distribute 6,000 iPhones to employees over the next 2 years

Ford’s recently departed CEO and President Alan Mulally may have just joined Google’s Board of Directors, but the automobile company is handing its smartphone allegiance over to Apple. A Ford spokesperson tells Bloomberg the automobile...Show More Summary

Why Apple Hired Visionaries--and Microsoft Didn't

Predictable Success CEO Les McKeown explains why Steve Jobs hired visionaries and how that impacted Apple's bottom line.

Apple has paid its App Store developers over $20 billion

Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri have provided some fascinating details about the company’s business, chief of which was the revelation that Apple has paid over $20 billion to its App Store developers. What is truly surprising...Show More Summary

Apple reinstates Blockchain Bitcoin app to the App Store

In early February, Apple ruffled a few digital feathers when it abruptly removed a Bitcoin wallet app called Blockchain from the App Store. Following the apps removal, Blockchain CEO Nicholas Cary took to CNBC where he didn't mince words, calling...

Why Apple, Inc. Should Thank T-Mobile

Apple CEO Tim Cook is bullish on the installment plans and early upgrade programs that domestic carriers have adopted lately. Thanks, T-Mobile!

Can you work on an iPad like Tim Cook?

Apple's CEO says he does 80 percent of his work on a tablet, but is that realistic for everyone else?

The 4 Essential Steps for the Perfect Networking Meeting

It’s without a doubt the most expensive cup of coffee ever ordered. Last year, someone paid more than $600,000 to share coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook. To the person who won the bidding war: I hope you sipped your latte slowly. Every gulp ran you about 50 grand. The coffee chat was sponsored by Charity Buzz, which raises money for great... Read More

Is Tim Cook Wrong About the iPad?

Tablet sales may seem to have hit a wall, but Apple CEO Tim Cook thinks "significant innovation" will drive more growth for the iPad.

Could I do 80 percent of my work on an iPad?

4 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

How much work can you really get done on an iPad? After Apple CEO Tim Cook said he did 80 percent of his work on an iPad, I examined my day to see how much I could get done on one. Could I do 80 percent of my work on an iPad? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

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How many of you use your iPads as much or more than Tim Cook? Find out!

Apple's CEO, Tim Cook says he does 80% of his work on his iPad, and that means 80% of running one of the most valuable companies on earth. You've got to imagine that includes handling his mail, likely his calendar, and probably a lot of information reading, including a lot a numbers. Show More Summary

KA-CHING! Apple Third Quarter Results Are In

Apple’s third quarter results are in, and they made a bunch of money again. Yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced in a conference call with investors that Apple is still absolutely rolling in it. They took in $37.4 billion in revenue, of which $7.7 billion is profit. Show More Summary

Apple’s Busy Year-End Could Include A Fitness Wearable, 12? Retina MacBook And 4K Products

Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri both have claimed excitement about the fall, but we have yet to get a glimpse at the total product pipeline. New reports from 9to5Mac claim a whole host of new info around specific launch timelines,...Show More Summary

For women and minorities, advocating for diversity has a downside

In corporate America, diversity is about as controversial as motherhood and apple pie. CEOs love to tout the number of women in their upper ranks. Human resource departments like to trumpet their diversity programs in glossy reports....Show More Summary

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