Remember the recent bizarre Steve Jobs statue, depicting what looked to be the decapitated head of Apple’s late CEO? Well, a new Steve Jobs sculpture may have it beaten in the weirdness stakes. Urban explorer Darmon Richter found the above … Read more ›
In the year 2013, 44 million (4.4 crore) smartphones were sold in India, which is a three times increase compared to 2012. It seems that some of biggest names in mobile industry are watching our market closely. As per recent reports, John Sculley, the ex CEO of Apple is planning to launch a smartphone brand...
A short video clip posted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official YouTube page on Thursday shows the leader meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
Yesterday, I argued that online giants – Facebook, Apple and Google – will use our addiction to apps, and our need to access them across all devices, to lock us in to their platforms for years to come. Today I heard a compelling argument for the opposite. Of course, the man making that counterargument — HasOffers CEO, Peter Hamilton —...
Is the world ready for the Sculley Phone? The ex-Apple CEO largely credited with the firing of co-founder Steve Jobs back in the mid 1980s is reportedly planning to follow in his former company’s footsteps. According to an exclusive report from BGR sister site BGR India, Mr. Show More Summary
I'm enormously impressed with Apple CEO Tim Cook for his strong words on climate change deniers, and demanding business should have benefits for people and the planet, beyond just profit. Conservative think tank the National Center for...Show More Summary
Both Apple and Samsung have been duking it out in court for a few years now with no end in sight. CEOs of both companies recently sat down for a round of mediation talks but that did not lead anywhere. Earlier today Samsung scored aShow More Summary
Former Apple CEO John Sculley is one of the principal investors behind a new smartphone brand set to launch in India. The as-yet-unnamed brand is being funded by the investment and acquisition company, Inflexionpoint, for which Sculley serves as a … Read more ›
Tim Cook tells climate change sceptics to ditch Apple shares; Chief executive angered by right wing think tank’s questions about the profitability of renewable energy investments Jessica Shankleman, 3 March 2014 (UK Guardian) “AppleShow More Summary
For anyone who has done their research on Apple and studied their history, you might recall John Sculley as being the company’s former CEO. In fact he was the one that Steve Jobs personally invited to join the company which eventually led to him playing a role in Steve Jobs’ unceremonious removal from the company he helped build. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top tech executives on a tour of Silicon Valley, which is part of a larger initiative to cultivate a partnership with California over economic and research development.
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Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is traveling through the United States this week for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual conference, and he is scheduled to meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook today. The meeting plans were revealed on the Prime Minister’s Twitter account earlier this week: The calendar also sharesthat Netanyahu is scheduled […]
At an investor's conference on Friday, something unusual happened: Apple CEO Tim Cook got angry at his shareholders. Not all of them, mind you — just a select minority that said Apple should avoid investing in green technology. According to multiple media accounts, Cook grew visibly upset when the National Center for Public Policy Research […]
Long before there were wearable devices, there was Jawbone. The brainchild of founder and CEO Hosain Rahman, the hardware and gadgets manufacturer is now a multi-billion-dollar company that is becoming a personal electronics powerhouse and brand. Read More
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned climate sceptics and similar dangerous radicals that if they don't like his company's green policies they should "get out of the stock!" As a big fan of vicious, heartless, red meat capitalism, I salute his brazen honesty. Show More Summary
Samsung makes the highly-praised 64-bit Apple A7 processor. (Credit: Apple) Call it a habit that Samsung and Apple just can't break. Their critical partnership in silicon is still strong, according to the CEO of chip industry tracker...Show More Summary
Apple's board, chock full of environmental activists like Al Gore and Tim Cook, rarely miss a chance to polish their premium brand's image with the faithful climate change cabal. This happened yesterday when CEO Tim Cook told a skeptical...Show More Summary