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Tim Cook: Apple Music on Android is just the beginning

Tim Cook: Apple Music on Android is just the beginning

If you're an Android user with a certain acquired taste for some of Apple's services and were surprised, even elated, at the recent Apple Music app update, here's some more good news. Apple might be bringing a whole lot more of its services to its rival platform. This was revealed by no less than chief executive Tim Cook himself at a company-wide town hall meeting. So unless Cook is thwarted by a company upheaval, you can probably expect popular services like iCloud and Apple Pay to come to Android in the, hopefully near, future.

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Tim Cook talks about the future of Apple in 60 Minutes interview

Tim Cook talks about the future of Apple in 60 Minutes interview

This weekend's episode 60 Minutes on CBS featured a detailed look at Apple, with in-depth interviews with Angela Ahrendts, Apple's head of retail, design head Jony Ive, and even CEO Tim Cook. Host Charlie Rose covered an incredible range of topics, from Apple's design and retail practices, the issues of encryption and terrorism, to even the construction of the company's new "spaceship-shaped" campus.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook & Siri support ‘Just Say Hi’ disabilities awareness

Apple CEO Tim Cook & Siri support ‘Just Say Hi’ disabilities awareness

Apple CEO Tim Cook, along with iOS voice assistant Siri, have appeared in a new video for the Cerebral Palsy foundation's 'Just Say Hi' awareness campaign. The initiative has released a number of PSAs with celebrities promoting the message that the best way to communicate with someone with a disability is to talk to them like any other person, or 'just say hi' to start a conversation.

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No iPad/MacBook hybrid from Apple, says Tim Cook

No iPad/MacBook hybrid from Apple, says Tim Cook

Bad news for Apple users who are attracted to the idea of Microsoft's new Surface Book — a laptop with a detachable tablet-display — and hoping the Cupertino company would release something of their own one day: it's going to be a very long wait. Just a few days after Tim Cook had some unflattering things to say about the Surface Book, the Apple CEO stated that they have no plans to develop an iPad and MacBook hybrid device.

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iPad Pro ad says it is big, enough to kill the PC says Cook

iPad Pro ad says it is big, enough to kill the PC says Cook

We've heard the phrase "post-PC era" thrown around more than a few hundred times before, but that era might have finally dawned on us. Starting November 11, that is. At least depending on how much prophetic vision you ascribe to Apple CEO Tim Cook. In an interview with the Telegraph, the chief executive was quite frank with his vision for the iPad Pro. "Why would you buy a PC anymore", he asks, not so subtly pointing out that Apple's largest tablet is off to off the PC.

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Apple is at long last making iOS system apps removable

Apple is at long last making iOS system apps removable

Apple is looking into ways to empty your junk folder, with CEO Tim Cook confirming that time may be up for the oft-complained about apps that can't be uninstalled. Software like Stocks and Tips are preinstalled as part of iOS and, unlike third-party apps, you can't remove them (only bury them in a seldom-visited folder); now, it seems a reprieve is in the pipeline.

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Gay Marriage Supreme Court ruling celebrated by tech brands and leaders alike

Gay Marriage Supreme Court ruling celebrated by tech brands and leaders alike

This morning the United States Supreme Court announced that same-sex marriage would be legalized across the USA. According to the official decision document, "The Court, in this decision, holds same-sex couples may exercise the fundamental right to marry in all States." In response, just about every tech company and brand associate have taken the opportunity to celebrate the decision with rainbow flags, jumps for joy, and everything in-between. Companies like Google, Motorola, and Twitter as well as high-profile leaders in tech like Apple's Tim Cook are amongst those joining in on the revels.

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Apple Watch gaining 3x the developer interest of first iPhones, iPads

Apple Watch gaining 3x the developer interest of first iPhones, iPads

As if there weren't enough evidence that the Apple Watch has been a success for Apple, from the predicted sales numbers to customer demand, recent comments from Tim Cook reveal that the device is hot among app developers too. The Apple CEO said in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek that developer interest in the Apple Watch is over three times what it was for the iPhone and iPad during their first year.

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Cook on privacy: we don’t want your data

Cook on privacy: we don’t want your data

At a ceremony organized by the Electronic Privacy Information Center or EPIC, Apple CEO Tim Cook was handed the organization's Freedom Award, a prestigious merit previously given to the likes of Edward Snowden and Senator Rand Paul. In a rousing speech for the occasion, Cook reiterated the company's stance on privacy and lost no words in calling out not only the US government's untiring attempts to get access to your data but also industry players' disregard for their own customer's privacy, in exchange for profits.

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch available at retail in June

Tim Cook: Apple Watch available at retail in June

It seems almost everyone around the world is wanting to get their hands on an Apple Watch. Or, at least enough that Apple is having difficulty keeping up with demand. But that may not be the case for much longer, according to comments from CEO Tim Cook. During his recent trip to China, he visited Apple's local headquarters to discuss how the launch of the Watch was going. The most promising thing was that he told a number of employees that the smartwatch will be available at Apple Stores around the world beginning in June.

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Fiat CEO says Apple to continue its ‘intervention in the car’

Fiat CEO says Apple to continue its ‘intervention in the car’

A new report from Reuters on Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne's recent trip to California has provided evidence that Apple has serious plans for technologies related to automobiles. It seems the purpose of Marchionne's visit was to experience the intersection of Silicon Valley technology and the car industry. The FCA CEO was treated to a ride in Google's self-driving car and met with Tesla founder Elon Musk, as well as sitting down and talking to Apple's Tim Cook.

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