Despite claims from wireless charging startup Energous’ CEO that seemed to hint at a partnership with Apple, a research note from Cowen and Company claims Energous is unlikely to provide the wireless charging technology rumored to be coming to the “iPhone 8,” Apple Insider reports. Show More Summary
Parkopedia, a London tech firm that helps people find parking spaces, immediately caught the eye of several investors last year after it signed a potentially-lucrative deal with Apple. Eugene Tsyrklevich, the CEO and founder and 10-year-old...Show More Summary
The smartphone is still in its "early innings," Tim Cook believes.
After receiving an honorary doctorate at the University of Glasgow recently, Apple chief executive Tim Cook took questions from the capacity crowd. The first student had two for the leader of the world’s most profitable company. He wondered, to laughter, whether he could have a job. And then he asked about Apple’s “next big thing” […]
In the mid-1970's, Steve Jobs made a pilgrimage to India with the help of Atari CEO and founder, Nolan Bushnell. Apple co-founder and author of "Adventures of an Apple Founder" Ronald Wayne explains how Jobs was able to parlay a work trip for Atari into his famous spiritual quest to India. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Apple could have bolstered its video content strategy significantly with an acquisition of a production company, a report claims, with discussions allegedly involving Apple CEO Tim Cook and SVP Eddy Cue said to have potentially led to a purchase of Imagine Entertainment.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said last week that augmented reality can be as big as the iPhone. It's not the first time that Cook has talked up Apple's plans in AR, a technology that integrates computer graphics and internet information withShow More Summary
While CEO Tim Cook has repeatedly shared his enthusiasm for augmented reality in past interviews, Apple is yet to go down that path – but it appears the electronics giant could finally integrate the technology in a big way with the forthcoming release of the iPhone 8. Show More Summary
I WAS HOPING HE’D ANNOUNCE UPGRADES TO THE THREE-YEAR-OLD MAC PRO, BUT WHATEVER. Apple CEO Tim Cook: Fake News is ‘Killing People’s Minds’
Around the time former Apple CEO Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, the company considered building an "Apple Cafe," a fanciful, futuristic cybercafe where people could gather to eat, do business, and use Apple computers. The idea...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook is calling on government agencies and tech companies to work together on a public service campaign to combat the spread of fake news. The proliferation of misinformation is a “big problem in a lot of the world” and...Show More Summary
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Gay Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Campaign Against Fake News Tim Cook, Apple’s openly gay CEO, called for a public initiative against “fake news,” saying that false information is “killing people’s minds.” Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
A short remark by Apple CEO Tim Cook to The Independent reveals a big part of the master plan behind Swift — an Apple-created programming language that's found a large-and-growing group of fans. The Independent's David Phelan had the...Show More Summary
While Apple CEO Tim Cook is looking forward to his company’s next big idea, which sounds like it’s going to be augmented reality-related, he’s also stunned by the tech industry’s inability to stem the tide of fake news. In between tours...Show More Summary
Apple's CEO says the technology is "huge," with the potential to improve people's lives
The CEOs of Apple, Pixar, and Disney couldn't be more different in personality and background. And yet, they all share the ability to build trust.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke out about Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban on a visit to the University of Glasgow in Scotland last week. While several of the top tech companies have spoken out against the ban, “not many tech CEOs have aired the… Read The post Apple CEO Tim Cook Speaks Out Against Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Apple and several of the top tech companies in Silicon Valley have spoken out against President Trump’s controversial immigration ban, but not many tech CEOs have aired their views on camera, until now. Earlier this week, during a visit...Show More Summary