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New paper from Apple research scientists dives deeper into work on autonomous systems

Tim Cook has publicly commented on Apple’s work in autonomous systems before, and a new research paper from two Apple research scientists dives deeper into the company’s efforts. The paper explains how Apple is using a combination of LiDAR with other technologies for 3D object detection that represents the future. more…

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a shout-out to a $100-per-year app for doctors — here's what it does (AAPL)

Advances in machine learning now mean that doctors can take a photo and identify the disease or condition depicted. Apple is a fan of one specific app, VisualDx, that uses new machine learning software to assist with diagnosis on anShow More Summary

Tim Cook tweets congratulatory message to Australia but uses the wrong flag

Looks like Tim Cook might have sent this tweet out a little too quickly. The Apple CEO on Wednesday congratulated Australia on saying "yes" to same-sex marriage — except he added an emoji of the flag of New Zealand. Congratulations Australia! Another important step toward equality for all. Show More Summary

Tim Cook tweets congratulations to Australia but uses NZ flag - CNET

Australia's nation-wide vote on marriage equality resulted in favour of gay marriage on Wednesday. Cook tweeted in celebration -- but used the wrong flag.

Apple’s 2019 iPhone could have a rear-facing 3D sensor

Apple has made no secret of its interest in augmented reality (AR) -- in interviews CEO Tim Cook gives it as much attention as sales growth. Now, it's rumoured that the company's 2019 iPhone release will come with a rear-facing 3D sensor, potentially turning the model into a leading AR device. Source: Bloomberg

Jony Ive on Apple’s new HQ and the disappearing iPhone

Fantastic article by Nick Compton, with more gorgeous photos of Apple Park by Mark Mahaney. Definitely check this article out! Related posts: Tim Cook: Apple grows a new core How Jony Ive Masterminded Apple’s New Headquarters Jony Ive isn’t killing the Mac, and Apple’s core isn’t rotten

Latest iPhone X camera review showcases beautiful images of Guatemala [Gallery]

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The iPhone X’s camera has been put to the test in several different scenarios so far. Adding to that list is a new review from photographer Austin Mann, who took the iPhone X on a trip through Guatemala. Tim Cook shared Mann’s review in a tweet this evening, calling the pictures he captured “sunning.” more…

Apple's Reportedly Shooting To Have Its AR Headset Ready For Manufacture By 2019

The iPhone X is selling well, and Apple profits are just fine, but Tim Cook has been explicit in saying that augmented reality is the next big thing. And now we have a load of new details about the AR device that Apple is reportedly building. More »      

After the Paradise Papers, a German paper wrote an open letter to Tim Cook asking why

In the wake of the Paradise Papers revelations that Apple was using the island of Jersey as a tax haven to avoid ponying up, German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, which has covered the scheme along with the International Consortium of...Show More Summary

Germany’s biggest newspaper claims Apple pays only 1% to 7% tax on overseas income

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The editor in chief of Germany’s biggest newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung, has written an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which he claims that Apple pays ‘between 1 and 7 percent’ tax on its overseas income. Wolfgang Krach says the...Show More Summary

Apple casing supplier may be developing lightweight frame for rumored AR wearable

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Tim Cook may have recently poured cold water on rumors that Apple was on the verge of announcing its own version of Google Glass, but that isn’t stopping the supply chain from pushing the rumors forward. Nikkei reports that Apple casing supplier Catcher Technology may be developing lightweight frames for Apple AR glasses. more…

News: Future of Apple’s planned Irish data center uncertain after years of legal wrangling

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said Apple CEO Tim Cook is no longer committing to build a $1 billion data center in the country after multiple objections have slowed the process, Reuters reports. Apple committed to build the dataShow More Summary

The smartphone is eventually going to die, and the Apple Watch could be collateral damage (AAPL)

The Apple Watch Series 3 offers a tantalizing glimpse at a world where we're not all attached to our smartphones. However, if Apple CEO Tim Cook's vision for augmented reality comes to fruition, the Apple Watch could be collateral damage. Show More Summary

Our Workplaces Can Be A Laboratory For Change

A special report on what it’s like to be LGBTQ at work today shows us how national progress plays out in everyday conversations. When Apple CEO Tim Cook declared, “I’m proud to be gay,” in a published, widely discussed personal essay...Show More Summary

Briefly: Sugar Detox, PC Vs Consoles, Cheap iPhone X?

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. Good Game. Spawn Point looks for a new host, Tim Cook reckons the iPhone X is cheaper than coffee, hands-on with Star Wars' new augmented-reality game. More »      

Tim Cook Says If You Can Afford Nice Coffee You Can Buy A $1579 Phone

The iPhone X costs more than any phone Apple has ever sold, starting at $1579 a pop. But Apple expects people will buy truckloads of them anyway, according to the company's earnings release today, and CEO Tim Cook seems to believe you...Show More Summary

Apple’s extremely wealthy CEO insists that the $1,000 iPhone X is affordable

Tim Cook is the CEO of the most valuable company on the planet, so it makes sense that he is well compensated. Of course, he deserves every penny. You might not know it from all the whining in the press and among analysts, but Apple is actually doing quite well. Show More Summary

Tim Cook: Tech Is Dividing People, But Also Could We Slash Apple's Taxes Already?

Apple CEO Tim Cook, whose company mostly sells consumer products, has largely avoided being sucked into the rapidly-expanding scandal over the alleged Russian effort to promote internal division in the US before the 2016 US elections - unlike other tech giants such as Google, Twitter and Facebook, all of which now admit some degree of involvement. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Cook: iPhone X Costs Less Than a Coffee a Day

Apple chief Tim Cook told Wall Street that orders for iPhone X "have already been very strong," and asked about its high price tag -- $999 to $1,149 -- he said that with carrier monthly installment plans, "that's a few coffees a week, it's less than a coffee a day at one of these nice coffee places."

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