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Apple is still interested in self-driving cars as it explores ‘revolutionary’ LIDAR sensor design

Apple's automotive initiative, unofficially dubbed Project Titan, appears to still be alive and kicking. According to a report from Reuters, Apple is currently looking into advanced lidar sensor technology that "would be smaller, cheaper and more easily mass produced than current technology."What's more, the report relays that Apple, in addition to exploring third-party solutions, also has a team of engineers working on developing an Apple-branded lidar sensor.While it remains to be seen...
Tags: Apple, News, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Lidar, Reuters Apple, Project Titan


Apple's Secretive Project Titan Is Reportedly on a Quest for a Better Self-Driving Car Sensor

A fresh report has renewed rumors about Apple’s super-secretive autonomous car unit known as Project Titan.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Tim Cook, Autonomous Vehicles, Lidar, Self Driving Cars, Project Titan


Apple pledges to help rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is pledging its support to rebuild Notre Dame.
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This Better Not Be the Plan for the New iPhone SE

A supply chain report from Taiwan suggests that Apple is planning to release a new version of the iPhone 8 with upgraded guts in March 2020. These guts could include an updated A13 processor which would surely give the old phone some new kick. If true, this could be the new iPhone SE model that’s been generating buzz…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Science, Taiwan, Tim Cook, Apple rumors, iPhone SE, Iphone Xe


Why Qualcomm won – and why Tim Cook had to eat humble Apple pie

Deadline for 5G kit was perilously close Comment The dramatic peace treaty between Apple and Qualcomm is good news for iPhone buyers, but raises questions about the market's ability to produce a viable competitor to the 5G leader – at least in the short term.…
Tags: Apple, Software, Tim Cook, Qualcomm


Here's the management tactic Apple CEO Tim Cook uses to keep employees on their toes (AAPL)

A new book about Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals his go-to management tactic. Cook is known for asking team members a barrage of questions to ensure they're on top of their duties, the book reveals. He would start by asking an employee 10 questions at a time, then 20 questions if that worker answers one question wrong. Other managers in Apple's operations division are said to have adopted this management style. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.  When it comes to his management style, App...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Cook, Trends, Nike, Tim Cook, Usa Today, Harvard Business Review, Aapl, Parker, Greg Joswiak Apple, Mark Parker, Leander Kahney, Kahney, Andy Campion, Helen Wang


Brands donate millions to help rebuild Notre Dame

A handful of brands so far have pledged to support the reconstruction of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, which was partially destroyed in a fire that began Monday evening and lasted through Tuesday morning. French president Emmanuel Macron, reports CBS, "vowed to rebuild the landmark ... and said he wanted it done within five years." Apple, Louis Vuitton and L'Oréal are among the companies to step forward.  Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted Tuesday that the company would be donating an unspecified a...
Tags: Apple, Advertising, Paris, Tim Cook, Cbs, Gucci, Christian Dior, Cnbc, Lvmh, Forbes, Louis Vuitton, Emmanuel Macron, Air France KLM, Yves Saint Laurent, Oreal, Notre Dame Cathedral


Apple, Qualcomm Settle Royalty Dispute

Apple and Qualcomm have settled their royalty dispute, the companies said on Tuesday. From a report: The settlement includes a payment from Apple to Qualcomm as well as a chipset supply agreement, suggesting that future iPhone may use Qualcomm chips. The two companies started proceedings in a trial in federal court in San Diego on Monday, which was expected to last until May. Both sides were asking for billions in damages. In November, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said that he believed that the...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Tim Cook, San Diego, Qualcomm, Ftc, Steve Mollenkopf


The Morning Routine of Successful People

You're reading The Morning Routine of Successful People, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. One thing that will never change about humanity is that we will always be fascinated by those that are rich and famous. We look at them, and we are filled with awe. All we want is to know how they got where they are and whether there are lessons we can take from them in order to lift oursel...
Tags: Apple, Motivation, Mark Zuckerberg, Featured, Happiness, Success, Tony Robbins, George Carlin, Meditation, Tim Cook, Richard Branson, Lifehacks, Benjamin Franklin, Self Improvement, Self Confidence, Warren Buffet


Google could be bankrupting Apple's privacy promises by handing over iPhone data to the police

Having an iPhone doesn't stop Google handing over your data to the police, according to a New York Times investigation. Apple has long touted itself as more privacy-conscious than competitors like Google, and even opposed the FBI over a case it said would set a "dangerous precedent" for user privacy. But the Times found that Google is giving law enforcement data from both Android devices and iPhones when requests are granted. Apple told the Times that it doesn't have the ability to furnish law...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Cook, Microsoft, Trends, Fbi, New York Times, Tim Cook, Times, Google Maps, Apple News, San Bernardino, Syed Rizwan Farook, Facebook Google, Farook


Apple, Qualcomm Face Decisive Trial in Global Chips Brawl

For the first time, a federal jury will decide if Qualcomm’s business model is legal and whether Apple had the right to stop paying royalties for the technology. The outcome of the trial is so important that Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is expected to be called to defend the company’s business strategy and explain its relationship with Qualcomm, in what would be his first public appearance in a courtroom to discuss the issues underlying the fight. Apple, with roughly $245 billion in ...
Tags: Apple, Science, Tim Cook, Qualcomm


Apple's App Store downloads went into decline, possibly for the first time ever

Apple's App Store downloads went into decline, possibly for the first time ever, according to research by Morgan Stanley. Apple recently stopped providing device unit sales data and asked people to focus on revenue success instead. Apple's services division — App Store downloads, music, and iTunes — is a key revenue driver that the company hoped would offset declining handset sales. But App Store revenue growth is decelerating, too. Analysts are expressing doubts about the power of Apple's myt...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Netflix, Hsbc, Tim Cook, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, App Store, Morgan Stanley, Samsung Galaxy, Aapl, Citi, Bernstein, Nomura, Huberty, Bank of America Merrill Lynch


Apple CEO Tim Cook To Join the TIME 100 Summit in New York, NY on April 23

Cook will discuss leadership and innovation at the inaugural TIME 100 Summit
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20 jobs you can get at companies like Apple or Google that don't require a 4-year degree

Many of the nation's hottest companies to work at don't require college degrees, LinkedIn reports. Some jobs are more likely to hire without a four-year degree than others. These jobs range from marketing representatives to mechanical designers and insurance agents. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. You don't need an Ivy League degree to work at Apple.  In fact, CEO Tim Cook recently said about half of his company's new hires didn't even have a four-year degree. Now, many of the nat...
Tags: Apple, Google, US, Trends, Linkedin, Netflix, Healthcare, Tim Cook, Apple Google, LinkedIn Alongside Apple Google


These are the 10 highest-paying entry-level jobs in tech

Entry-level positions for data scientist, developer, and product manager jobs could come with six-figure salaries, according to a new study from Comparably. Data scientist jobs are likely to pay the most, with an average salary of $113,254. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Earning a six-figure salary might not be as far from reach as you may think. Entry-level positions for data scientists, product managers, and developers could pay $100,000 or more, according to a new study from C...
Tags: Apple, US, Trends, Tim Cook


Apple's new services won't be enough to get people to buy iPhones, HSBC warns (AAPL)

Apple's new service offerings will do little to draw new users the tech giant grapples with slowing iPhone sales, HSBC said. The London-based bank lowered its view on Apple from "hold" to "reduce." The warning was the latest in a series of cautious notes from the bank. Watch Apple trade live. Apple's special event back in March was star-studded and filled with fresh service announcements, but the slate of new offerings like Apple Card and Apple News+ ultimately underwhelmed investors.  HSBC ...
Tags: Apple, London, China, Trends, Eu, Netflix, Hsbc, Tim Cook, Apple News, Aapl, Trump, Jpmorgan, Watch Apple, Marko Kolanovic, Apple Card, Erwan Rambourg


Apple is fighting for its 10th straight day of gains after analyst says 'hurricane-like clouds' are clearing in China (AAPL)

Apple's price target was raised by Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, who said "hurricane-like clouds" in China are slowly clearing for the company.  Apple's stock was up 1.2% and on track for a 10th straight day of gains. Watch Apple trade live. Apple shares were trading up 1.2% near $202.50 a share Tuesday morning after receiving a price-target increase from one Wall Street analyst. The early buying had Apple on track for its 10th straight day of gains, and on the verge of its longest winning strea...
Tags: Apple, China, Trends, Tim Cook, Ubs, Cnbc, Wedbush, Ives, Cook Co, Watch Apple, Carl Quintanilla, Timothy Arcuri, Dan Ives, Apple Wedbush


Apple's Credit Card Gives Goldman Sachs Rare Customer Role

(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. launched a credit card last month, hoping to upend a $175 billion industry much like it did the phone business. At a splashy event, the company made a simple sales pitch and showed off the titanium product in a slick video. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook called it the "most significant change" to cards in 50 years.
Tags: Science, Tim Cook, Bloomberg Apple Inc, Credit Card Gives Goldman Sachs Rare Customer Role


Forget Amazon and Google — Apple could bring in $300 billion a year in healthcare, Morgan Stanley says (AAPL)

Apple has been getting into healthcare for years, from the iPhone to the Apple Watch and more. Investors are too focused on healthcare efforts from other tech companies like Amazon and aren't taking Apple's opportunity seriously enough, a new Morgan Stanley report says. The tech giant could build an App Store-like model for healthcare, potentially bringing in $15 billion to $313 billion in revenue by 2027, Morgan Stanley estimates. Read on to find out how. Visit Business Insider's homepage for...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, US, Trends, Healthcare, Tim Cook, Morgan Stanley, Alexa, Aapl, Johnson Johnson, Forget Amazon, Alphabet Amazon Apple, JPMorgan Amazon Berkshire Hathaway


Forget Amazon and Google — Apple is the tech giant to watch in healthcare, according to Morgan Stanley (AAPL)

Apple has been getting into healthcare for years, from the iPhone to the Apple Watch and more.  Investors are too focused on healthcare efforts from other tech companies like Amazon and aren't taking Apple's opportunity seriously enough, a new Morgan Stanley report says.  The tech giant could build an App Store-like model for healthcare, potentially bringing in $15 billion to $313 billion in revenue by 2027, Morgan Stanley estimates. Read on to find out how.  Visit Business Insider's homepage...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, US, Trends, Healthcare, Tim Cook, Morgan Stanley, Alexa, Johnson Johnson, Forget Amazon, Alphabet Amazon Apple, Morgan Stanley AAPL, JPMorgan Amazon Berkshire Hathaway


Here's proof that a big source of Apple's App Store growth tanked, probably thanks to Netflix (AAPL)

Apple saw a big slowdown in revenue from entertainment apps in the App Store in March. That's according to Morgan Stanley, which issued a note saying a slowdown in an important engine of App Store revenue was worth keeping an eye on. This comes after Netflix pulled iTunes billing, depriving Apple of up to $256 billion in App Store revenue. Apple is currently trying to position itself as a service as well as a hardware business, that can charge people for access to music streaming, films, TV sh...
Tags: Apple, Wall Street, Trends, Netflix, Tim Cook, App Store, Morgan Stanley, Netflix Hulu Amazon, Netflix AAPL


New iPhone 11 Max render shows off a triple-lens camera design

Try as Apple might, the company simply can't keep iPhone rumors from springing up every single year. Despite Tim Cook's promise a few years back to "double down" on product secrecy, the reality is that Apple's supply chain is so vast that it becomes practically impossible to keep tidbits about upcoming iPhone models from seeing the light of day.With that said, we're already starting to see a steady stream of reports regarding Apple's next-gen iPhone lineup. Specifically, a nu...
Tags: Apple, News, Tim Cook, Slashleaks


Elon Musk’s compensation at least 40,000 times more than median Tesla worker

Elon Musk has come under recent scrutiny from the SEC for some ill-advised tweets, from shareholders about closing stores, and even paparazzis for his relationship to indie musician Grimes. Those blows were probably softened by his $2.28 billion compensation last fiscal year from Tesla. That means his compensation is 40,668 times more than the median Tesla worker’s, which is about $56,200, according to Bloomberg. Tesla has about 48,800 employees, the news outlet reported. The majority of Musk’s ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Business, Elon Musk, News, California News, Tesla, Bloomberg, Sport, Palo Alto, Larry Page, Soccer, New York Times


Google’s anti-trans controversy is the latest case of big tech overcorrecting to the right

Google just smoothed over one spat with the LGBT community, but it’s already well into the next one. Last week, in an effort to monitor the ethical development of artificial intelligence and presumably to assuage public concern, Google launched an eight person advisory group dedicated to the task. Controversially, Google included Heritage Foundation President Kay Cole James among the technologists and domain specialists on its newly-minted Advanced Technology External Advisory Council (ATEAC)...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Cook, Congress, Tech, United States, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Jack Dorsey, James, Trump, Burns, Overton, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Heritage Foundation


New book looks inside Apple’s legal fight with the FBI

A new biography of Apple chief executive Tim Cook out this month describes the moment — and the deliberations — after the FBI issued an unprecedented legal order demanding Apple undermines the security of its flagship product. The new book, Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level by Leander Kahney, offers a first-hand view from former staff about how Apple battled against the order, which Cook said would be “too dangerous” to comply with. Three years ago following the San Bernardin...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Facebook, Cook, Privacy, California, Tech, Spokesperson, Encryption, Fbi, Tim Cook, Department Of Justice, Cupertino, Justice Department


Apple had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week — here's what happened (AAPL)

Coming off a week of surprise product-related announcements, Apple was expecting to have a great week to close out March. The company held a star-studded event in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled its ambitious TV plans. But a handful of not-so-great things also happened to Apple last week. Last Monday, Apple held a big event at the Steve Jobs Theater at its new headquarters in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled a handful of new premium services: for news and magazines, video gam...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Reese Witherspoon, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, United States, Tim Cook, Oprah Winfrey, Itc, Qualcomm, Steven Spielberg, Mark Gurman, Cupertino California, US International Trade Commission ITC


Apple just slashed iPhone prices in China as it continues to grapple with falling smartphone sales (AAPL)

Apple has slashed the prices of various iPhone models in China by 300 to 500 yuan (roughly $44 to $75). Apple has grappled with falling iPhone revenue, citing economic factors in China as contributing to the reduced revenue guidance it issued for its fiscal first quarter of 2019. Apple is also facing increased competition from Chinese smartphone makers like Huawei and Oppo in the region. Apple has lowered the prices of various iPhone models in China, according to reports from the Chinese news...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Tim Cook, Huawei, Cnbc, Vivo, Greater China


Apple just slashed iPhone prices in China for the first time this year (AAPL)

Apple has slashed the prices of various iPhone models in China by between 300 and 500 yuan (roughly between $44 and $75). The move comes as Apple has grappled with falling iPhone revenue and cited economic factors in China as a contributing factor to the reduced revenue guidance it issued for its fiscal first quarter of 2019. Apple is also facing increased competition from Chinese smartphone makers like Huawei and Oppo in the region. Apple has lowered the prices of various iPhone models in Ch...
Tags: Apple, Cook, China, Trends, Tim Cook, Huawei, Cnbc, Vivo, Greater China, Watch Google


Apple’s latest dongle is its most multi-functional one ever

Apple may have killed the AirPower, but if anything, it’s still the most customer-friendly company out there! Take for instance this Dongle that truly empowers iPad Pro users into connecting pretty much anything to their iPad Pros. With one USB-C port at one end, and a WIDE variety of possibilities at the other, the latest dongle lets you connect everything from a LAN cable, to a pair of headphones, to memory cards, to even iPods (Hallelujah!)“With the dongle’s multi-purpose design, there’s some...
Tags: Apple, Gadgets, Design, Technology, Macbook, Tim Cook, Jonathan Ive, Product Design, Don, Dongle, April Fools' Day, Ryan Geraghty, Dongleberry, Ryan GeraghtyDisclaimer


If You Were Waiting For Apple AirPower, We Have Bad News

In a rare reversal, a product Tim Cook once touted on stage has been canceled.
Tags: Apple, News, Tim Cook