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Apple CEO Tim Cook Joins Influential Chinese University Board

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been appointed chairman of the advisory board at Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in Beijing, a role that could provide access to top Chinese leaders at a time the iPhone manufacturer is facing mounting challenges in the world's second largest economy. From a report: Cook will assume the role for three years and replace Jim Breyer, the founder and chief executive of Breyer Capital, according to a statement from the university released on Friday. Cook ...


Lawmakers Slam Apple for 'Censorship' of Apps at China's Behest

U.S. lawmakers from both parties slammed Apple and Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook last week for "censorship of apps" at the "behest of the Chinese government." From a report: Senators Ted Cruz, Ron Wyden, Tom Cotton, Marco Rubio and Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Mike Gallagher and Tom Malinowski expressed concern about the removal of an app that let Hong Kong protesters track police movement in the city. "Apple's decisions last week to accommodate the Chinese government by taking d...


Apple CEO Tim Cook met with a Chinese state regulator days after controversially booting a Hong Kong map app from the App Store

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with the chief of China's market regulator on Thursday in Beijing. Cook and Xiao Yaqing, the head of China's State Administration for Market Regulation, discussed topics including Apple's investment in China, consumer rights protection, and corporate social responsibility, the regulator said. Apple has come under fire for removing an app, HKMap.live, that allowed Hong Kong protesters to track police movements, with Cook defending the decision on the grounds that the app ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hong Kong, Cook, China, US, Trends, Taiwan, Tim Cook, App Store, China Daily, China Hong Kong, Greater China, Mok, Charles Mok, Xiao Yaqing


AOC, Marco Rubio, and 5 more lawmakers just wrote a letter to Tim Cook calling Apple's decision to remove an app used by Hong Kong protesters 'deeply concerning' (AAPL)

Lawmakers including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) called Apple's decision to remove an app that Hong Kong protesters used to track police activity "deeply concerning" in a letter to CEO Tim Cook. The letter comes after some politicians have criticized the decision on Twitter. Apple said it removed the app because it was posing a threat to law enforcement and residents in Hong Kong. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Seven United States lawma...
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Florida, New York, Texas, Cook, China, Trends, Ted Cruz, New Jersey, Tim Cook, Wisconsin, Marco Rubio, Louisiana, App Store, Wyden


Forget the iPhone 11: The next iPhone could spark the next big thing for Apple (AAPL)

Apple's 2020 iPhone may have a new 3D camera for offering advanced augmented reality, according to Bloomberg, a capability that could lay the foundation for other AR hardware products in the future. With cameras that are better suited for AR and 5G support, Apple's next generation seems like it could be more about future-proofing the iPhone with up-and-coming technologies rather than focusing on features that are useful in the near term. Apple is also said to be working on an AR headset that c...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Apple AAPL, Bloomberg Read, Debby Wu, TF International Securities


Hong Kong lawmaker who relied on the banned HKMap Live app warns Apple from becoming an 'accomplice for Chinese censorship'

  A prominent Hong Kong legislator and IT entrepreneur, Charles Mok, has warned Apple from becoming "an accomplice for Chinese censorship and oppression" in an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Apple has come under fire in recent days for withdrawing a map app which showed the location of police during the Hong Kong protests from the App Store. Mok's letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, published on Twitter, said the app's removal "cause problems for normal Hong Kong citizens trying to avoid police ...
Tags: Apple, Twitter, Hong Kong, Cook, China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Information Technology, Tim Cook, Nba, Tim Cook Apple, Mok, Hong Kong Police Force, AppStore, Hong Kong Legislative Council


Nike pulls Houston Rockets merch from its stores in China: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our daily newsletter. You can also get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Nike's move in China Nike just got caught up in the NBA’s China troubles, with its stores reportedly pulling Houston Rockets clothing from their shelves. Reuters reports that it visited five Nike shops in Beijing a...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hong Kong, Cook, China, Advertising, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Nike, Walmart, Bank Of America, Beijing, Shanghai, New Zealand, Nba, Silicon Valley


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. Apple has been widely criticized for apparently kowtowing to Chinese censorship, removing an app that helps Hong Kong protesters track police, and news app Quartz from various App Stores. The firm u-turned on Wednesday and booted HKMap Live for "endangering" law enforcement, as well as news app Quartz. Tim Cook defended Apple's decision to remove an app that let protesters track the location of police in Hong Kong. Cook said the...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Hong Kong, Cook, Instagram, Germany, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, George W Bush, World of Warcraft, Alexa, Bush, DeGeneres


Tim Cook sent a memo to employees explaining why he stands by Apple’s decision to remove an app used by Hong Kong protesters to track police (AAPL)

In a memo to employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook stood by the company's decision to remove an app from the App Store used by Hong Kong protesters to monitor police activity. Cook said the app was removed because it was being used to "maliciously target individual officers for violence," according to a memo to staff obtained by Bloomberg. Cook also said in the email that he received "credible information" from the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau as well as users which indicated th...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hong Kong, Cook, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, Tim Cook, Chinese communist party, App Store, App Store Apple, Josh Hawley, Bloomberg Cook, Charles Mok, Mark Gurman Cook, Bloomberg National


In a touching show of solidarity with the NBA and Blizzard, Apple completely caves to China on HK protest app

That's the way the Cook, he crumbles: HKmap banned again Apple has once again taken down an iOS app aimed at helping Hong Kong protesters avoid police crackdowns in the troubled city.…
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Cook, China, Software, Nba, HK, Hkmap, Blizzard Apple


In a touching show of solidarity with the NBA and Blizzard, Apple completely caves to China on HKmap app

That's the way the Cook, he crumbles: Hong Kong protest app banned again Apple has once again taken down an iOS app aimed at helping Hong Kong protesters avoid police actions in the troubled city.…
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Cook, China, Software, Nba, Blizzard Apple


Tim Cook defends Apple's removal of Hong Kong mapping app

Apple chief said in a letter HKmap.live was ‘used maliciously to target’ officers as claim was disputed by protesters on the groundTim Cook has written to Apple employees defending the company’s decision to remove an app used by Hong Kong protesters to coordinate movements and avoid concentrations of police.But the chief executive has been criticised for “taking at face value” the claims of the Hong Kong police, which don’t chime with the experiences of international observers on the ground. Con...
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Technology, Cook, World news, Asia Pacific, Tim Cook


Tim Cook Defends Decision To Remove Hong Kong Maps App In Memo

On Thursday, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the company's decision to remove a mapping app in Hong Kong, saying that the company received "credible information" from authorities indicating the software was being used "maliciously" to attack police. Bloomberg reports: Apple pulled HKmap.live from its App Store on Wednesday after flip-flopping between rejecting it and approving it earlier this month. Apple made the decision after consulting with local authorities, because it could endanger law enforc...
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Cook, Tech, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Chinese communist party, Bloomberg News


Apple is getting slammed by both Republicans and Democrats for pulling an app used by Hong Kong protesters to monitor police activity (AAPL)

Both Democrats and Republicans in Congress slammed Apple on Thursday for the company's decision to pull a Hong Kong protest app from the App Store. The app, HKmap.live, allowed protesters to share the location of police activity. Apple pulled the app, saying the app was "used in ways that endanger law enforcement and residents in Hong Kong." "An authoritarian regime is violently suppressing its own citizens who are fighting for democracy," one senator tweeted. "Apple just sided with them." Vis...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hong Kong, Florida, Cook, Congress, Oregon, China, Trends, Bloomberg, Beijing, Missouri, Arkansas, New York Times, Tim Cook, Rockets


Fall Girlfriend Advice | 6 Autumn Apple Recipes, Living on a Dime

Autumn Festivals, Apples, Activities – all are great when shared with a Friend! It’s a beautiful Fall morning as I write this. Just a tad cool, the leaves are just starting to look ‘toasted’ around the edges and we’re headed to a Fall Festival with Friends – aka: the perfect Autumn Day! What’s also perfect for Fall is when girlfriends share tips and tricks, recipes and ideas that make life better – or in this case yummier! Recently we co-authored “Saving Money & Time” a FREE eBook filled with ...
Tags: Apple, Autumn, Fall, Cook, Life, Frugal, Time, Apples, Ebook, Apple Recipes, Girlfriend Advice and Reviews, Girlfriend Advice, Jill Cooper, FOODIES Fab Friends who love FOOD, FRUGAL savings for thrifty girlfriends, Living On A Dime


Apple is reportedly only months away from launching an iPhone accessory you wear on your head (AAPL)

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple is readying an AR headset, echoing his Kuo has provided accurate reports on upcoming Apple developments before, including its Retina Display and Touch ID technology. Kuo says that Apple's plans remain "murky," but he now predicts the product will likely launch in the second quarter of 2020. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple is months away from launching an AR accessory for iPhones, according to a new report by analyst Ming-Chi...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Cook, Trends, Tim Cook, Bloomberg Businessweek, Aapl, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Apple Watch Apple, TF International Securities


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Two new laws have been passed in California aimed at stopping deepfakes in politics and porn. CNET reports that it's now illegal to distribute videos aimed at discrediting political candidates in California, and California residents now have the right to sue the makers of deepfake porn. Iran is planning to take legal action against the U.S. for alleged cyber attacks and threats on its networks, according to Bloomberg. Bloomberg ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Cook, Instagram, California, Trends, Iran, Bbc, BBC News, Tim Cook, Angelina Jolie, WeWork, Donald Trump


Apple CEO Tim Cook just took a not-so-subtle shot at Facebook's decision to create a cryptocurrency, saying companies 'shouldn't be looking to gain power this way' (AAPL, FB)

Apple does not plan to create a cryptocurrency any time soon, CEO Tim Cook said. Facebook has announced plans to release a cryptocurrency in June 2020. Cook, taking a not-so-subtle shot at Facebook, said he thinks making a cryptocurrency is an inappropriate way for a private company to gain power. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tim Cook took a not-so-subtle shot at Facebook in an interview published Thursday. Cook said Apple will not launch a cryptocurrency to compete wit...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, Mexico, US, Trends, Cnn, Tim Cook, Libra, Jennifer Bailey, AAPL FB, Les Echos Facebook


Apple’s Annual Product Update Extravaganza

The new 10.2″ screened entry-level iPad, with optional extra – keypad and pencil. The annual orgy of public self-love that is Apple’s traditional iPhone and sometimes other products update event, about this time each year, was held this morning.It started off in a more muted fashion that has been traditional in the past.  Instead of a carefully culled selection of statistics to show how Apple products are surging ahead in unbeatable world domination, we were spared another year’s oblique proof...
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Apple may release an iPhone SE 2 with a brand new design next year

The iPhone SE has long been a sleeper hit for Apple, with Tim Cook noting a few years ago that demand for the compact device was surprisingly strong and even higher than Apple's own internal projections."We're thrilled with the response that we've seen on it," Cook said during an earnings conference call in 2016. "It is clear that there is a demand there even much beyond what we thought. That is really why we have the constraint that we have."Hardly a surprise, the iPhone SE filled a...
Tags: Apple, Cook, News, Barclays, Tim Cook, Blayne Curtis


Intermittent Fasting – Microsoft Warning About Patches – Israel Responded To Hacking By Bombing: AS HEARD ON WGAN: [05-22-19]: AS HEARD ON -The WGAN Morning News

Intermittent Fasting – Microsoft Warning About Patches – Israel Responded To Hacking By Bombing: AS HEARD ON WGAN: [05-22-19] document.createElement('audio'); https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/cptt/2019-00-00-AS_HEARD-2019-05-22-wgan-intermittent_fasting-microsoft_warning_about_patches-israel_responded_to_hacking_by_bombing.mp3 DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Cook, Microsoft, Kentucky, Israel, US, Samsung, Sem, Intel, UPS, Cambridge, Hamas, Jeff Bezos, Fasting, University of Toronto


Apple offered to buy Tesla back in 2013 for more than it’s worth today

For years, analysts have maintained that Apple needs to move past the iPhone and look for additional revenue streams. Consequently, many analysts over the years have proposed that Apple would be well advised to make a blockbuster acquisition and snatch up a company like Netflix or Tesla.Interestingly enough, it turns out that Apple actually did make an effort to acquire Tesla six years ago at a valuation of $240 a share. Incidentally, Tesla's share price has been reeling lately and is curren...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Cook, News, Tesla, Netflix, Tim Cook, Morgan Stanley, Cnbc, Irwin, Electrek, ROTH Capital Partners, Craig Irwin, Tesla Interestingly, Adrian Perica


Tim Cook Says His Era Has Failed by Over-Debating Climate Change

Tim Cook told graduates at Tulane University that his "generation has failed" them by fighting more than making change on issues including immigration, criminal justice and, pointedly, climate change. From a report: "We've been too focused on the fight and not enough on the progress," the Apple chief executive said Saturday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. "You don't need to look far to find an example of that failure." He was referring to the Superdome, which sheltered thousands f...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Tech, Tim Cook, New Orleans, Donald Trump, Mercedes Benz Superdome, Tulane University


Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for graduates to overcome "political noise" and algorithms

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a commencement speech at Tulane University on May 18th.Cook cautioned the graduates to not get caught up in echo chambers and algorithms.He acknowledged the failures of his generation. None Are we so caught up in technology that we don't notice any more the plight of people around us? On May 18th, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a commencement speech at Tulane University where he addressed modern narcissism and how to combat it. "In a world where we obsessively document our own l...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Tells Graduates To 'Push Back' Against Belief-Reinforcing Algorithms

CNBC reports: Apple CEO Tim Cook challenged Gen Z to clean up the messes Baby Boomers have left behind. "In some important ways, my generation has failed you," Cook said Saturday in his commencement speech at Tulane University in New Orleans, La., at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. He emphasized climate change, according to the article -- though he also shared a memory about how Steve Jobs had convinced him to leave Compaq in 1998 "to join a company that was on the verge of bankruptcy." Cook gave...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, Steve Jobs, Tech, Tim Cook, New Orleans, Cnbc, Apple News, Mercedes Benz, Compaq, Mercedes Benz Superdome, New Orleans LA, Tulane University, Gen Z


Apple CEO to graduates: My generation failed you

"We spent too much time debating," Cook told Tulane University graduates during a commencement speech in New Orleans.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook urges college grads to 'push back' against algorithms that promote the 'things you already know, believe, or like'

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave the commencement speech at Tulane University on Saturday, during which he encouraged students to listen to others and remain open to seeing the world in a different way. Cook encouraged students to pay attention to "what we owe one another" and touched on the importance of addressing climate change. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Since being named CEO of Apple in 2011, Tim Cook has made it a point to ensure that Apple leaves its mark on the world ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, Trends, Tim Cook, Apple News, Tulane University, Tulane University on Saturday Cook


Trump's Huawei ban may have dire implications for Apple — but investors shouldn't 'jump to conclusions' just yet, analyst says (AAPL)

The Trump administration on Wednesday banned Huawei from buying parts from US companies without the government's approval. While some experts say the ban could have negative implications for US technology companies, including Apple, one analyst thinks the development may be mere "noise." Watch Apple trade live. The Trump administration's new ban against the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei could have dire implications for US technology investors, but one analyst says there's no need...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, US, Trends, Earth, Beijing, Shanghai, Beltway, Thanos, Huawei, Aapl, Trump, Wedbush, Susquehanna, Ives


Here’s how Trump’s trade war with China might increase the price of the iPhone

The stock market has been particularly volatile as of late, which shouldn't come as much of a surprise given Donald Trump's penchant for making threats on Twitter about increasing import tariffs on Chinese-made goods. And while Trump has made similar threats before -- and not followed through with them -- it's no secret that investors have never particularly cared for uncertainty in the market."For 10 months, China has been paying Tariffs to the USA of 25% on 50 Billion Dollars of Hi...
Tags: Apple, Twitter, Usa, Cook, News, China, US, United States, Tim Cook, Donald Trump, Cnbc, Trump, Morgan, J P Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch


Apple is struggling — so the company is paying investors to stick with it

AAPL is riding high, even though the company is in a slump due to falling demand for the iPhone. CEO Tim Cook wants investors to believe that Services revenue will take over from iPhone revenue as the main driver of sales. But the evidence so far suggests that Services may be too small to offset losses from iPhone. So why is AAPL doing so well? Because Apple has paid investors $363 billion to continue holding the stock. Apple shares have outperformed the stock market this year, riding up 27% ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Samsung, Trends, Bank Of America, Tim Cook, Services, Morgan Stanley, Aapl, Bernstein, Business Insider Intelligence, Katy Huberty, Toni Sacconaghi Jr, Although Services, Wamsi Mohan Investors



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