With tech facing criticism for lack of diversity, Apple pushes coding initiative to a district where about 84% of students are black or Latino.
Good news for Apple TV users who long for the warm embrace of Amazon Prime Video: six months after Apple CEO Tim Cook assured users it would happen, Amazon Prime Video is now available on Apple TV. Yes, that’s correct: Amazon Prime Video on Apple TV is finally a reality. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed 'hope' that the communist Chinese government will allow Apple to reinstate certain apps to the tech giant's App Store on Wednesday. Earlier this year, Apple removed some messaging and VPM apps — which allow...Show More Summary
I was raised on Apple but I was raised in Canada, so seeing Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, demonstrating iPhone X for Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, makes me all six colors of maple leaf happy. And proud. Great to meet with Apple's...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a speech at the Fortune Forum, a conference hosted in the southern city of Guangzhou in China. Cook maintained that he believed that some apps removed from China's App Store will eventually be restored. To watch...Show More Summary
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook says he has "great optimism" that software recently pulled from China's version of the App Store will be reinstated. Dozens of VPN applications were taken down from the platform earlier this year after falling foul of government regulations. Show More Summary
It’s been nearly six months since Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Amazon Prime Video would be coming to Apple TV — and today, it’s finally here. The arrival of the new app also (presumably) means that consumers will be able to buy the Apple TV from Amazon’s storefront, after a ... More »
Apple CEO Tim Cook has hit back at suggestions that Apple is failing to fulfil a moral obligation to fight for freedom of expression in China. The company had come under repeated fire from local customers and human rights groups for bowing to pressure from the Chinese government to remove or restrict App Store content in the country. U.S. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook continued his China tour on Wednesday with an appearance at the Fortune Global Forum, where he discussed a range of topics from supply chain strategy to burgeoning markets to censorship.
Commenting on Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent appearance at the World Internet Conference in China, U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said the tech giant has a "moral obligation" to push back against the Asian nation's surveillance and censorship policies.
This year has seen Apple widely criticized for aiding China’s censorship push by removing VPN apps from its App Store in China. Company CEO Tim Cook painted a rather rosy picture of the situation with comments at the Fortune Forum in Chinese city Guangzhou. Show More Summary
Apple, whose CEO Tim Cook likes to talk a big game about how the tech industry should be more socially responsible while overseeing an international tax-avoidance regime that puts Scrooge McDuck's gold-filled vault/swimming pool to shame, has agreed to repay Ireland €13 billion ($20 billion) in unpaid taxes, the Wall Street Journal reported. More »
Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered a surprise keynote at China’s World Internet Conference, touting the value of privacy, security and “humanity,” Bloomberg reports. The tone of the conference was decidedly different than Cook’s speech, with officials calling for more government data collection online to combat terrorism and other criminal activities. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai attended the World Internet Conference in China. At the conference, a top communist party official called for tighter control of the internet. U.S. Senators asked Apple earlier this year...Show More Summary
The world's annual most ironic internet conference was made even more so this year thanks to a keynote speech from none other than Apple CEO Tim Cook. [ more › ]
Speaking on Sunday at the World Internet Conference -- organized by the Cybersecurity Administration of China -- Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed a variety of topics, including sensitive ones that risked offending the pro-censorship Chinese government.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook will be the most prominent U.S. executive to participate in an event that promotes China’s vision of closely regulated cyberspace.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will attend China’s state-run internet conference next week. According to The Wall Street Journal, Cook is “the most prominent executive from a U.S. company” who will be in attendance… more…
Apple CEO Tim Cook is on the guest list for China's fourth annual World Internet Conference, a state-sponsored gathering at which attendees will discuss the future of the country's strict cyberspace policy.
Apple has removed several violent games tied to President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs in the Philippines, The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs reports. ANPUD petitioned Apple CEO Tim Cook to remove multiple games thatShow More Summary