GUEST: Two months ago, Tim Cook railed against the rise of “mind-killing” fake news and pledged Apple News’s support in the battle against it. And so far, Apple News has done an admirable job of curtailing false news. But it’s done a lousy job of elevating good journalism. Here’s why that’s an issue: Starting with iOS
Everyone’s talking about it. Apple looks to have joined the race to develop self-driving technology. Though, as is typical with Apple projects, details are vague at best. Lest we forget the quintessential uttering by CEO Tim Cook at a company shareholder meeting last month: “future stuff [we] can’t talk about.” At the time, “future stuff”
As if it wasn’t hard enough keeping on top of Apple’s business in the U.S., Tim Cook has tweeted out an image as an advance celebration of Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day, which takes place on April 23. The image is a variation on Apple’s long-established “Shot on iPhone,” campaign, except this time depicting
Apple Celebrates Children's Day in Turkey With New Billboard and Ad Campaign Fueled By 'Young Talents'
Apple CEO Tim Cook today tweeted out a message as a means of celebrating National Sovereignty and Children's Day in Turkey, which will take place on April 23. Cook's tweet includes a picture of a few billboards that are up in Turkey, which showcase photographs taken by "young talents" within the country in order to celebrate the national holiday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook had nothing but high praise for Didi Chuxing CEO Jean Liu in an exert he wrote about her for Time magazine. Liu was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of 2017. Cook, who sits on Didi’s board, was asked to write about Liu and said that her taxi-hailing startup
Didi Chuxing president Jean Liu has been named one of TIME's 2017 most influential people, and Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an excerpt about her for the magazine.
Last month, we told you that the often rumored AR glasses reportedly being worked on by Apple are at least one-year away. Apple is quite high on AR right now with none other than CEO Tim Cook stating that Augmented Reality is going to be "huge." Google already tried to take AR to the mainstream with Google Glass, but the whole concept became too complex and expensive, not only for Google, but potentially for consumers as well. While Tim Cook has made his feelings about the future of AR public, talk about Apple's AR glasses has been just that, all talk. While no smoking gun has been leaked, ...
"By analyzing commuter patterns the way oceanographers track the tides, Didi may help traffic jams go the way of the flip phone," Cook writes.
As part of TIME's list of the world's 100 most influential people, Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote about Didi Chuxing president Jean Liu. Calling her "a disrupter", Cook praised her and her team for their work on big data algorithms that could help improve the flow of traffic.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has penned a short piece on Didi Chuxing president Jean Liu for Time’s 100 Most Influential People feature, and in it he shares his vision for the company in which Apple invested $1 billion last year.
Earlier this year Apple CEO Tim Cook shared that Comcast is introducing bill payments via Apple Pay, and today an update to Comcast’s Xfinity account management app is rolling out with the new feature.
Tim Cook has made no secret about Apple’s interest in augmented reality tech — and a newly-published patent application reveals just how seriously it’s taking the technology. The patent application describes technique for inserting virtual objects into a real environment, or removing real objects from a virtual one, all in real time. Called “Method and