Today, WiFi isn't just considered the standard — it's a necessity for most people. But that wasn't always the case, and it certainly wasn't in 1999. About 15 years ago, Apple cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs demonstrated the iBook's WiFi capabilities by picking it up and moving it while he was still browsing the web (via Slate). Show More Summary
Apple cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs' reputation preceded him in many ways. Many have attributed Apple's success at least in part to Jobs' obsession with detail and perfection. So you can imagine he wouldn't settle for being told that something can't be done. Show More Summary
"We're the first mobile marketing automation platform to integrate Apple Pay, with a full view online and in-store, with beacons, of the customer journey," CEO and cofounder Puneet Mehta. He added that his company's platform enables "any sensor integration," whether beacons, RFID, or others.
On October 6, 1997, Dell CEO Michael Dell was asked what he would do to help what was then an ailing Apple. Dell famously responded, "What would I do? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders." Dell's quip, in a few years time,...
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a recent interview that the company is working on products that haven’t been covered in rumors yet, and a patent recently awarded to the company serves as a great reminder. Called Interactive holographic display...Show More Summary
Former Apple CEO John Sculley has launched a new lineup of budget smartphones in the Middle East — although he admits Steve Jobs would like not be enamoured with them. “Steve being Steve would say, you can do alot better,” … Read mo...
Former Microsoft CEO and the new owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Steve Ballmer vowed to ban all Apple products from his newly-acquired team. Ballmer, who served on the board of Microsoft, and was the company's CEO between 2000 andShow More Summary
Apple's upcoming Norman Foster-designed HQ in Cupertino, California, has been saddled with yet another high-flying promise, to be "the greenest building on the planet," said CEO Tim Cook to a crowd at Climate Week NYC. Quite the tall order...
Marcio Jose Sanchez/APApple CEO Tim Cook introduces Apple Watch. Apple (AAPL) is basking in the glory of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. It sold a record 10 million of its new smartphones during the debut weekend, once again raising the bar in premium mobile gadgetry. It hasn't been perfect. Show More Summary
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CEO Tim Cook sold close to 350,000 shares, netting him $35 million. Five Apple executives reaped big gains in September, and it wasn't due to sales of its new bendy iPhones or excitement about the upcoming Apple Watch. Read Full Sto...
It sure was big news when former Microsoft CEO (and employee number 30) Steve Ballmer bought the LA Clippers. Prior to him, the Dallas Mavericks’s owner, Mark Cuban, was probably the only “techie” owner in the league. (I could be wrong,...Show More Summary
Jeff Chiu/APApple CEO Tim Cook speaks about iOS 8 in San Francisco last June. By Devika Krishna Kumar and Sarah McBride Apple (AAPL) released a new software update late Thursday after some users of its new iPhone 6 complained of call...Show More Summary
Top Apple executives, including CEO Tim Cook, have sold off a massive amount of company stock in a planned sale. Cult Of Mac reports, citing a report in Barron's, that five key Apple executives sold off stock in 10b5-1 planned sales....Show More Summary
That’s the value wiped off the stock after a botched system update and reports its new phones can be bent. It’s a small hit for a $600 bln company. But the 2012 Maps fiasco is a reminder that one-off issues may presage more pain. Cook needs to nip this one in the bud.
What, you didn’t think new Clippers owner and onetime Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer would let his team use Apple products, did you? WPCentral points us to a new report from Reuters that explains how Ballmer plans to purge all remains of Apple and Google products from his organization and make sure everyone in the company is using Windows-based devices. Show More Summary
Users are advised to reinstall an older iOS 8 build. Apple CEO Tim Cook says the "iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are better in every way." The thinnest and largest iPhones yet are also better at losing cell service and bending than previous models, according to user reports. Read Full Story
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, the billionaire who made his fortune at Microsoft, made it clear this week that he does not want to be near any iPads. He doesn’t want his team to be around any of his ex-competition’s technology. Via Reuters: [T]he Clippers will be a Microsoft organization. The son of a […]
Former Microsoft CEO and new Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer proved he's still extremely loyal to his old company Thursday, when he revealed in an interview that the NBA team will "probably" have to get rid of its iPads. "Most of the Clippers are on Windows, some of the players and coaches are not," Ballmer told Reuters. Show More Summary
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