Last year, Apple was rumored to be working on an autonomous all-electric car codenamed ‘Project Titan’. The company later confirmed development work on an autonomous driving platform and CEO Tim Cook even referred to it as “a core technology”...Show More Summary
Nearly two years ago to the day, the Santa Fe Opera announced an opera centered around the life of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs entitled “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.” After the two years of development, the opera is set to debut this weekend… more…
New data derived from IBM Watson's Personality Insights cites the Apple CEO's speeches, interviews and books as evidence of his great imagination.
A senior Apple official has reportedly confirmed that the company is underwriting the legal costs of its four iPhone manufacturers in their court battles with Qualcomm. While Qualcomm’s CEO this week started using softer language, the dispute itself escalated further in a new development late yesterday … more…
Qualcomm Technologies Inc.’s chief executive officer has broken his silence on the company’s ongoing legal wrangles with Apple Inc., making comments that suggest he wants the dispute to be settled out of court. Steve Mollenkopf made the comments during an appearance at the Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colorado, Fortune reported. Show More Summary
Apple has appointed Isabel Ge Mahe as its first vice president and managing director of its business in Greater China. China-born Ge Mahe is tasked with managing Apple’s China business, and she will report into CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams when she takes up the role, which is based out of Shanghai, “later this summer.” Ge Mahe is currently located in California,… Read More
Apple on Tuesday named vice president of wireless technologies Isabel Ge Mahe as managing director of Greater China, where she will report to CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams.
After six months of escalating legal battles and increasingly heated rhetoric between mobile market titans Apple and Qualcomm, the head of Qualcomm sounded more conciliatory on Monday. Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf compared the dispute...Show More Summary
Despite a heated on-going court battle over patents and intellectual property, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf still sees the potential for an out-of-court resolution to the dispute with Apple, Fortune reports. Mollenkopf compared the case to others the company has fought over the years with other tech giants. Show More Summary
Qualcomm chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said on Monday the chipmaker's legal war with Apple is about defending his company's business model, but predicted an eventual out-of-court settlement.
At Fortune's tech conference yesterday, the Qualcomm CEO said the company may finally cease its fight with Apple.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf in an interview on Monday provided additional background on the company's ongoing legal battle with Apple, saying he believes intellectual property pricing and contract obligations are its core. He seemed optimistic, however, that the fight will end in an out of court settlement.
Apple and Qualcomm are currently engaged in a high-profile legal battle that’s done nothing but escalate since the beginning. In a new interview with Forbes, however, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf seems to be changing the company’s tone, saying he now expects an out of court settlement… more…
A White House technology summit last month featured leaders of the country’s largest companies, including Apple, Amazon and Microsoft. Among them was a less-prominent figure: the CEO of OpenGov, a small startup partly owned by Jared Kushner’s brother.
Analyzing the photos of mingling tech and media moguls at the Allen & Co Sun Valley conference is a July ritual. After all, some of the biggest deals, such as Verizon's acquisition of AOL and Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post,...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue were spotted at the annual Allen & Co retreat in Sun Valley, Idaho, this week, where they will hobnob with industry leaders, political elites and more.
Starting July 19, U.K. carrier EE will extend its offer of free six months of Apple Music to all its "pay monthly" and SIM-only customers, the company's CEO said on Thursday.
A new People Magazine feature about Planned Parenthood subtly hints that the abortion chain and its leader, Cecile Richards, are as American as apple pie. For many Americans, killing unborn babies in abortions is one of the most reprehensible practices in our country today. But the entertainment magazine painted Richards as a heroine, describing her […]
The latest drone video gets up close to Apple Park, the iPhone company's new $5 billion headquarters envisioned by late CEO Steve Jobs. In the clip filmed by Matthew Roberts, you can see that people are already working inside Apple's...Show More Summary
Augmented reality is a technology full of promise. There are so many exciting possibilities for the future of AR that Apple CEO Tim Cook has said it makes him want "to yell out and scream." It has also birthed a juggernaut of a meme. If...Show More Summary