As the largest social media app for marijuana users, MassRoots has seen its share of controversy. At TechCrunch Disrupt in New York City, the app’s CEO explained how MassRoots was briefly banned from Apple’s app store.
Talk about the power of a personal brand! Angela Ahrendts reputation is worth more than nearly any NBA star, the president of any country, and even Tim Cook – the CEO of Apple, where she now works. “Apple’s newly-recruited head of retail...Show More Summary
GE is building intelligent, color-changing LED lighting that will be compatible with Apple’s HomeKit, GE CEO Beth Comstock said during the company’s Connected Future event. GE’s Align technology allows users to automate lighting based...Show More Summary
GE is about to brighten up your world — literally. Beth Comstock, President & CEO, GE Business Innovations, was given the job of making the big announcement. On Monday, GE confirmed plans “to engineer intelligent, color-changing LEDShow More Summary
There’s a good chance that Apple will never live down its late co-founder and CEO’s curt email response to a customer complaining of reception issues with the iPhone 4. “You’re holding it wrong,” Jobs wrote, suggesting that the phone was working fine and any reception issues were the user’s fault. Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne is reportedly open to a merger or partnership with one of the world’s recognised tech leaders. Speaking with Bloomberg, Mr Marchionne said a merger with Google or Apple would make business sense, as the pair had the finances and know-how to overtake the industry - if they wanted to. Show More Summary
If you ask Time Warner’s CEO, Apple’s Streaming TV service is a sure thing. CNET is reporting that Jeffrey Bewkes, speaking on a conference call to discuss Time Warner’s latest earnings, said he was “pretty confident” Apple was about to begin a streaming TV service. Show More Summary
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty and Apple CEO Tim Cook launch a partnership to help the aging Japanese The post With Apple at Its Side, IBM Grasps for a Shiny New Future appeared first on WIRED.
With both Apple and Google wrangling to become the infotainment center of your next new car, Ford will be choosing neither. Or both, depending on how you look at it. During an interview with Re/code, Ford CEO Mark Fields provided some...Show More Summary
Shortly before the production release of Microsoft's foray into the tablet market via a hybrid OS, Windows 8, and companion PC, Surface, Apple CEO Tim Cook famously scoffed at converged devices that combine touch and type interfaces saying, "I think anything can be forced to converge, but the problem [...]
Ford CEO Mark Fields on Thursday offered a few more details about plans to integrate Apple's CarPlay into future vehicles, saying that while support is coming, Ford's SYNC infotainment system will be the star of the show.
Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto are the two hottest options right now for car infotainment systems, but if you’re hoping that Ford will give you a pure CarPlay experience in one of their upcoming vehicles, you might as well … Read more ›
Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes says he won't be surprised if and when Apple announces a streaming TV service. Bewkes expressed his confidence in a potential Apple streaming services during Time Warner's earning's call. Such a service has been widely-reported, and is reportedly aiming for a fall launch. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook took supply chain "guesstimators" to task on the company's second-quarter earnings call earlier this week, but that did not stop one firm from moving ahead with its own analysis of Apple's new wearable device.
Apple’s streaming TV service has long been a force of fodder for the rumor mill, but according to Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, it’s already a foregone conclusion. During Time Warner’s earning’s call on Wednesday, Bewkes told investors that he’s … Read more ›
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne’s search for a consolidation partner may take him to Silicon Valley if the automakers won’t give him the time of day. While making his pitch for consolidation during Wednesday’s Q1 2015 earnings call, Marchionne...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook wears his Apple Watch everywhere ( even in the shower ). But if you look closely at photos of his watch, you can see that it's a totally unique model that is not available to the public. Take a look at the photo of Cook holding an Apple Watch at the top of this article. Show More Summary
Japan Post CEO Taizo Nishimuro was on stage with Apple CEO Tim Cook and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty at a special event aimed at the enterprise today in New York. The event was designed to highlight some of the fruits of the IBM/Apple enterprise...Show More Summary
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On Monday night, Apple's CEO Tim Cook boasted, for the first time, about the Apple Watch. He touted the 3,500 apps now available for the device and bragged about the "overwhelmingly positive" response to the new line of smartwatches....Show More Summary