Swatch CEO Nick Hayek said to expect a "Swatch Touch" smartwatch next summer. He also hinted that Swatch is providing "tiny parts" to Apple. Swatch will release a touchscreen smartwatch next summer originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
On September 9th, Apple will announce products likely to be seen as a new milestone in Tim Cook’s tenure as Apple’s CEO. You Break It You Own It. This Labor Day weekend sits about midway between two anniversaries: Tim Cook assumed...Show More Summary
The features of Apple's new HomeKit framework for app developers show where Cupertino is placing its bets. This story contains interviews with Chris Allen, CEO of iDevices; Carlos Raventos, lead mobile developer for Netatmo; and Mike Watson, vice president of product strategy at Cree. Read Full Story
Tim Cook hinted at significant developments to the iPad line in describing the recent 16 percent drop in year-on-year sales yesterday as “a speedbump” in an interview with Re/code. “We couldn’t be happier with how we’ve done with the first four years of the iPad. I’d call what’s going on recently a speed bump, and I’ve seen […]
In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook characterized an apparent slowdown in tablet sales as a "speed bump," a sentiment that runs counter to some industry pundits who claim slates like the iPad are past their prime.
AT&T today made some changes in its executive ranks and has replaced Ralph de la Vega as the CEO of AT&T Mobility. Taking de la Vega's place is Glenn Lurie, a longtime AT&T vet who was instrumental in bringing the Apple iPhone to AT&T back in 2007. Show More Summary
Just before news of Apple's upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Pro was reported by Bloomberg, Re/Code's Walt Mossberg shared a snippet of an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook commenting on the recent state of the tablet market, which has been on the decline. Show More Summary
The state of the tablet industry has not been promising lately. Over the last few months Apple reported slumping iPad sales, Best Buy’s CEO declared that tablet sales are “crashing,” and every analyst and pundit has been eager to declare … Read more ›
Which company has the best paid CEO in America? You'd think a household name, right? Nope. Beating out the CEO of every single household name from Wal-Mart to Google, from Apple to Exxon Mobil and GE and from Goldman Sachs to JP Morgan...Show More Summary
Tim Cook stepped up as the CEO of Apple on August 24, 2011. The soft-spoken Southerner, who has worked at the Cupertino company since 1998, had previously acted as interim CEO when Steve Jobs stepped down to battle cancer. Cook’s ascent … Read more ›
When Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple’s CEO on August 24, 2011, the company’s future was anything but certain. The tech giant had become the most valuable company in the world just weeks before, thanks to a decade’s worth of wildly successful new products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad. The disruptive devices were credited…
Everyone knows Steve Jobs as the genius who made Apple a tech goliath. But Jobs wasn't born as Apple's CEO. After he dropped out of Reed College, Jobs started working at Atari as a technician. In a Reddit AMA, Atari founder Nolan Bushnell explained why he put Jobs on the night shift. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to humbly brag about the iPad's use in patient care at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System. Taking to Twitter to announce the use of the iPad in medicine and patient care, Cook posted a picture of himself and staff at the medical facility with the iPad. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday tweeted out a photo and brief message highlighting a recent visit to the Veterans Affairs hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., saying he was happy to meet with doctors who now use the iPad to treat patients.
What does HealthKit actually do, anyway? This story contains interviews with Steve Kusmer, cofounder, Abvio; Jim Taschetta, CMO and head of retail sales at iHealth Lab; Jason Jacobs, cofounder of RunKeeper; and Omri Yoffe, CEO of LifeBEAM. Read Full Story
Noah Berger/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesApple CEO Tim Cook By MICHAEL LIEDTKE SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple's (AAPL) stock touched a new high Wednesday, reflecting investors' renewed faith in CEO Tim Cook's ability to outwit the competition and...Show More Summary
The chain of Ice Bucket Challenge videos for Apple executives remains unbroken. First up was Apple Marketing VP Phil Schiller, who sent the challenge on to CEO Tim Cook. Cook took the plunge in front of a huge crowd at an Apple beer bash last week,...
Yesterday, we posted Apple CEO Tim Cook getting the ALS ice bucket treatment from Michael Franti. Cook in turn challenged his new employee Dr. Dre. Yesterday Dre accepted the challenge and threw down one of his own. WATCH:
The ice bucket challenge to raise awareness and funds for the ALS Association continued at Apple on Monday, with Dr. Dre accepting CEO Tim Cook's challenge on the set of his upcoming movie "Straight Outta Compton."
Musk and Apple CEO Tim Cook both made waves on social after drenching themselves to raise awareness for ALS.