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Snap may have lost $720 million in 2017, but Evan Spiegel was probably paid more than any other US CEO (SNAP)

Snap may have lost $720 million in 2017, but Evan Spiegel was probably paid more than any other US CEO (SNAP)

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Last year, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel got paid more than the heads of some of the world's biggest companies, including Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai, the CEOs of Apple and Google.

Developer Uses ARKit To Bring Horror Movie ‘The Ring’ To Life

Developer Uses ARKit To Bring Horror Movie ‘The Ring’ To Life

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We know that Apple is interested in augmented reality technology, as the company’s CEO Tim Cook has extolled the virtues of the tech many times in the past. We’ve also seen them team up with other companies to help take advantage of the technology, whether it be to help place glasses on a person’s face or helping them choose where to place their furniture.

10 Interesting Things From Tim Cook’s Fast Company Interview

10 Interesting Things From Tim Cook’s Fast Company Interview

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Apple was honored the most innovative company by Fast Company. They have done an extensive interview with Tim Cook, which gives some great insight into how he and Apple think.

The Spotify Platform Problem, Tim Cook Insights, and Apple TV Gaming – ACM 450

The Spotify Platform Problem, Tim Cook Insights, and Apple TV Gaming – ACM 450

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Bryan and Jeff talk about the Spotify Platform problem and the problems facing any independent music streaming service. They also talk about the things they learned from Tim Cook’s interview with Fast Company, and whether or not Apple is signaling a bigger play in Apple TV gaming.

HomePod Review, Cook Interview, Crypto Tax Haven, Music in Ear of Beholder, App Picks – Pop.0 Ep.30

HomePod Review, Cook Interview, Crypto Tax Haven, Music in Ear of Beholder, App Picks – Pop.0 Ep.30

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In this TMO video podcast, Bryan Chaffin and John Kheit discuss Apple’s new HomePod after 10 days of use, Apple CEO Tim Cook’s FastCompany interview, Wyoming wanting to become a Crypto Tax Haven, and how music influences really are in the ear of the beholder. They also offer a couple of app picks. (WARNING NSFW: PROFANITY & RANTS)

The HomePod digs into the smart speaker market, as Tim Cook dubs it the first 'modern' one

The HomePod digs into the smart speaker market, as Tim Cook dubs it the first 'modern' one

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From the folks that brought us endless fun comparing Apple's new HomePod smarts to the Amazon Echo and Google Home, now comes a more scientific research which follows the market share that said HomePod managed to carve out after its launch on February 9th. It turns out that Apple's smart $349 speaker already has 3% of the growing market just two weeks after launch. Given that Google and Amazon are saturating the industry with 50-buck speakers, and even less on promotion, this is no small feat. As to what people are using their smart speakers most for, that's music, unsurprisingly, followed ...

Why Apple’s Tim Cook Is No Fan of the Quarterly Earnings Report

Why Apple’s Tim Cook Is No Fan of the Quarterly Earnings Report

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Tim Cook would gladly do away with the quarterly report system, the Apple chief has said in an interview. But not for Apple’s sake, as such.

Tim Cook bristles at the idea that the Apple HomePod is following the Echo

Tim Cook bristles at the idea that the Apple HomePod is following the Echo

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By the time the Apple HomePod made its official debut earlier this year, the Amazon Echo had already spent more than three years with homeowners. But Tim Cook wants you to know that the HomePod isn't just a "me too" product.

Tim Cook Says Apple Doesn’t Copy Android Phones

Tim Cook Says Apple Doesn’t Copy Android Phones

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Apple has often been accused of copying rivals, and the iPhone X in particular is one such example. Cupertino introduced wireless charging years after Android OEMs did the same thing, but as far as CEO Tim Cook is concerned, there’s no copying happening here.

Tim Cook Says Apple Is Working On Products ‘Way Out In The 2020s’

Tim Cook Says Apple Is Working On Products ‘Way Out In The 2020s’

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It is pretty obvious that Apple is working on new products, such as future iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and so on. It is also pretty obvious that behind the scenes, Apple probably has some new products that are being kept under wraps, some of which might actually not even see the light of day until the 2020s.

Tim Cook says Apple is working on products that won't ship for years

Tim Cook says Apple is working on products that won't ship for years

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After naming Apple as the most innovative company, Fast Company sat down with CEO Tim Cook to talk about the future of the most valuable firm in the world. According to the executive, Apple needs to work with a long lead time. It must source the appropriate silicon chips three to four years in advance. As a result, Cook admits that Apple is working on some new products that won't see the light of day until the 2020s. Is Apple's rumored AR glasses in that group? While some believe that the product dubbed Apple Glasses will launch as soon as next year, others have called for a 2020 release. ...

Tim Cook would kill quarterly earnings reports if he were ‘king’

Tim Cook would kill quarterly earnings reports if he were ‘king’

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What would you do if you were king for a day? Cure cancer? Bring peace to the land? For Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook, the answer is simple: End the quarterly earnings report. Cook, the mild-mannered executive in charge of the most valuable company in the world, revealed his boring dream in an interview published...

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