Apple CEO Tim Cook turned to a familiar source when it came to offering advice to the class of 2018.
Speaking at the commencement ceremony at Duke University, Cook encouraged the students in attendance to learn from the example set by Apple founder
The iPhone X wasn't a magic elixir to reinvigorate Apple's iPhone sales, but it wasn't the flop some people were saying it would be.
In Apple's second quarter earnings report, the tech giant saw revenue continue to grow, but its key product, the
President Donald Trump and Apple CEO Tim Cook are set to meet on Wednesday afternoon. And though the temperamentally and politically opposed men are in no way amicable, it's easy to imagine either party initiating the tête-à-tête
In 2007, Apple changed the act of socializing, maybe forever, with the release of the iPhone. There it was, a perfectly packed 4.5-inch-long computer designed to pulverize boredom like a drill through your skull. You bought one, and now, whenever
If you've had some kind of fantasy about MacOS features on your iPad, Tim Cook is putting that dream to rest.
Despite rumours of allowing developers to create apps that work on iOS and MacOS, the Apple chief told the Sydney Morning Herald they're
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica controversy, the #DeleteFacebook movement grows by the day.
This weekend, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak joined its numbers. Wozniak told USA Today on Sunday that he's leaving Facebook out of concern for
Apple just took a very important step toward improving its AI capabilities.
The company hired Google's top AI exec, John Giannandrea, to lead Apple's artificial intelligence strategy, The New York Times reports.
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The gloves are coming off.
Mark Zuckerberg publicly responded Monday to Apple CEO Tim Cook's harsh criticism about the way Facebook handles the private information of its users. He called Cook's argument "extremely glib."
The tiff between two of the
Facebook is Silicon Valley's punching bag du jour following the Cambridge Analytica crisis, and Apple's CEO just threw an uppercut.
Asked what he would do if he was Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook said Wednesday: "I wouldn't be in this situation."
Tim Cook looks at Facebook's messy Cambridge Analytica affair as something of a wake-up call.
The Apple CEO has largely kept quiet on privacy issues since Facebook's troubles sprung up last week. That's when we learned that the political consulting
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