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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

00:34 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on The Vergecast

"Don't think they will because it's still hardware. And then it's like, whatever else they can put Alexa in. And maybe some ring cameras, right? I just assumed they're going to talk a lot about football. I mean, a robot, we could get another robot. Does anyone have the ASTRO? Did that work? Has this thing resurfaced at all since it was initially announced? I think the only people who have Astros are people who had to review them. Yeah. And I think some people watch them. Look, Amazon has to solve the problem of what is Alexa good for beyond sending a timer and maybe some smart home moderations. I'm hopeful we hear a bunch of stuff about matter, which expands that universe's smart home stuff. But we'll see. Yeah, I do think of all of these. It was very funny because Amazon is the one that literally could go absolutely any direction, which kind of makes those events fun because you just you just never know. They could announce anything and it would not surprise me. Except for every year, I'm like this year they will announce a Kindle at this event and every year they were like, we were not announcing Kindle at this point. Okay, next one is on Friday, I believe, is Tesla's AI day. I assume more robots. So Elon has promised they're going to show off a prototype of the robot, right? Oh, he has. Oh, okay. The hype machine is like off to the races. Will it be a person dancing, pretending to be a robot again? Last year was a guy in a bunny suit. What's the thing called the unitard? Yeah. He was just in a unitard. Just in a unitard and a mask, doing his little dance. It was very confusing. I mean, in the classic healing way, also hilarious. Like Elon knew it was a guidance. What was he fooling anyone who knows? We're supposed to see it. And it's supposed to do, we'll see. I don't think they're actually going to show a robot that can do anything other than stumble. How many Honda robots have we seen in our lives? I do not think we will see a robot that does anything more substantial than maybe wave. Yeah. Because like walking is really hard for robots. And if they do the Honda Sony robot that looks like it's pooping itself, like Tesla can't afford to do that. Yeah, I mean, look, the bar here is Boston dynamics is like, these robots can dance and maybe murder you. Right? It's like this robot dog can run up a flight of stairs, open the door and then do a full choreographed dance routine. Also, we're not saying we haven't put a gun on it, right? That's the bar of robots. This one doesn't have a gun, but here's where it would go. Exactly. The little hand. We'll see. Elon's got to hit the Boston dynamic special. This is what I'm saying before. Before we can say we're so, so impressed. Yeah, the verge's official stance on this is that it is absolute vaporware until proven otherwise. I remember the stories from last year that were basically just to be clear everybody, this is probably nothing. Yeah. Let's all move on with our lives. Yeah. We'll see. Yeah. It's the Hyperloop of robots. Remember when they announced a full Hyperloop in the city of Chicago? And they're like, this will get you to the airport so fast. It runs like the blue line. Just make the blue line good. There's no Hyperloop in Chicago. Surprise. Okay, next one, October 6th, like a week from now, is Google's pixel 7 pixel watch event. And I feel like that one we know everything about Google has just resorted to the strategy of just leaking its own things to death. Yeah, it's just announced the pick. It's like making videos with a pixel watch. You can go watch. Yeah. So the things that the videos are hiding the world's biggest bezel. Oh, is that why they're all dark, all the backgrounds are always dark? She's like, I guarantee you there's a world's biggest bezel on this thing. So that's one thing I'm curious about. Oh wow. They've got to differentiate against Samsung, which is running the same operating system now, which is curious. How are they going to do it without pissing off their partner? Who knows? I just want to see what the battery life on this thing is like. Because wear OS does not have a great history here. I'm kind of excited about the tablet. It's been a while since they made a tablet, and that one was bad. Maybe this one could be good. I think Chrome OS and Android both make sense for a tablet. So I want it to succeed just because it seems like a normal place for a tablet to exist, but it has to actually not suck, and that's been historically very, very difficult for all the different parts of Google to do. Yeah. Part of me wonders with the news about the pixelbook from a couple of weeks ago. If Google hadn't announced all of this stuff already in June, if it would still be planning to ship all of these things in their current form, like the tablet in particular, seems like it would be a very easy one for Google to just sort of nope out of, except that it already announced it's doing it and they can't bail again, at least not yet. They'll bail again in a year and a half. But I am curious to see how much they talk about the tablet and how much it feels like a thing they care about as opposed to like, oh, and also look, it's a tablet. You can have one. I will be surprised if they spend more than 5 minutes on the tablet. All right, over under, they spend more time on the tablet or more time in RCS. I'd bet on RCS. I think I'd bet on RCS. Yeah. 'cause it's also like, it's a fun knife that Google gets to twist now. And especially after what Tim Cook said a couple weeks ago at code, this is a moment like Google does not get a lot of moral high ground moments in the fight against Apple. And this is one that I suspect Google is going to just absolutely milk the hell out of that will be fun. It's a bold prediction that they're going to spend more time making fun of Apple than announcing their own product, but I'm with you. I think that's true as well. That might just be hopeful rather than an actual prediction. But I'm definitely hoping for it. Okay, so next up, another thing that I think we actually know quite a bit about is October 11th. There's, I believe it's called meta connect now. It used to be Oculus connect. Now it's meta connect. And I think the thing that we know is coming, they're all presumably the other stuff, but we know that this is when project Cambria their high end VR headset is coming, right? Yeah. We know? Yeah, I mean, we've seen the thing. This has also been, it was left and making the most sarcastic of quotes with my fingers. It was left in a hotel where someone found it, and that someone was Mark Zuckerberg on the Joe Rogan experience. So it was left to people founded to showed up on Reddit separately Zuckerberg went on the jury and experience in Joe Rogan got to play with it. It appears. That's what they made it sound like. Okay. They did kickboxing together. Are we interested? Do we care about this? I can't decide on the spectrum of like those crazy Microsoft prototype headsets that they were like, these cost a $1 million and 6 people will ever buy them, but they have cool technology all the way down to a quest three, which I would be very excited about. Like where on the spectrum, I feel like we should be. I mean, I think it depends on how good the fidelity, the visual fidelity of the thing is. That's the point where people who have adopted VR, which is what more than 4 million people have picked up a quest had said at this point. That's a decent little market of folks. And if they can make something that is visually interesting, that's a step up, kind of like consoles used to be a step up every time you bought a new console.

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How Did the FBI Find Mike Lindell at a Hardee's in Minnesota?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last week

How Did the FBI Find Mike Lindell at a Hardee's in Minnesota?

"A hardee's. Why are three FBI cars four, four? How do they know you're there, why are they stopping you there? This is just to intimidate you. This is unbelievably despicable. It just shocking to me. They could get to you any time they chose to do this. Why do you think they did that? How did they know you were there? Well, I asked them that, I said, do you have a tracking device on my truck? And they go, and the guy says, no. And then I said, oh, I get it. You've been tracking my phone. And I took my phone, and I said, hey, Tim Cook, if they take my phone, how are you gonna listen to me anymore? And these guys just stand there and they're waiting for this phone. And I go, you know what? I took a family trip by a pictures on there that this from the last weekend and stuff I said, since everything. I don't have a computer or everything I do is off of my phone. Well, anyway, the lawyer says, well, you got to give it to him. Well, then I get this interesting piece. So you talk about intimidation. They don't want me talking about getting rid of the machines anymore. I'll tell you that. They give me this letter and the letter says, you're going to love this. We request that you do not disclose the existence of this subpoena for an indefinite period of time. In other words, don't tell anybody that the FBI got this from you. Although they get this, although the law does not require non disclosure unless it's a court order issued, we believe that the impact of any disclosure could be detrimental to our investigation. Right.

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Alex Jones Discusses Being Patient Zero of Cancellations

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last month

Alex Jones Discusses Being Patient Zero of Cancellations

"Alex, you were banned in one day, talk about this. Apple iCloud, Facebook, Twitter, Google. It was simultaneous. There was collusion and it was you first and they went after all of us afterwards. How do you keep going? What's the lesson for the everyday American that gets canceled? Those Alex Jones first and they went after Donald Trump. It's Alex Jones first and they raid Mar-a-Lago. Like you said, your patient zero, what keeps you going, what's your advice for the everyday American? Well, it's actually the four year anniversary yesterday. It was August 8th, 2018. That I woke up at like 4 a.m. like I always do. And all my alerts were going off. My inbox was full, and it was Tim Cook met with the other heads of the other big 5 tech companies, Facebook, Google, Twitter, you name it. Apple, but she headed up and made the decision to ban Alex Jones, and then over a hundred other platforms from Uber eats to LinkedIn, Uber eats. Everything. They said that you no longer can order Uber eats, is that what they did? That's right. My name was put into the social credit score, database that they've already setting up. I was the test case, patient zero for the social credit score, putting us into that. And so I saw that happen and I told listeners I said, this is for you. This is a president setting case for everybody, and now they had met that. So now, with lawfare and rig courts and weaponized judiciary and weaponized law enforcement, now what's happening to me, they admit, they said in closing arguments last week at the state sandy hook trial, I get what the judge said I was already guilty. They said, we're going to silence him, we're going to take him out. These are quotes. We're going to take his megaphone and then we're going to take everybody else's megaphone. Anybody that questions us, the judge said, I am truth. You are not. What I say is truth, what you say is lies. Those are quotes right out of 1984. So they have devolved into what George rworld wrote about 1947.

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Free Beacon: Apple CEO Sucks up to China Through State-Owned Media

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 3 months ago

Free Beacon: Apple CEO Sucks up to China Through State-Owned Media

"The Washington free Beacon reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook met with communist Chinese party members and propagandists this month Speaking from the Apple worldwide developers conference cook praised the innovative and inspiring quote unquote app developers of China In an interview with China daily the publication is a state owned Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece that regularly defends the government and spreads disinformation about China's genocide against Uyghur Muslims Good job there Tim Now if you own stocks whether in a mutual fund or a 401k or an IRA or whatever you should check it Let's see if it includes Apple and you can show up at their next public shareholders meeting And demand time to speak And you should do it And you should organize others to do it I don't own any of their stock I can't stand these people This move shows cooks readiness to compromise apple's core values Around privacy and user data in order to continue operating and communist China Apple's previously stated its dedication to human rights and privacy in the U.S. While complying with Beijing's national laws around access to user data and ignoring the country's human rights record

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Apple Employees Say Returning to Office Is Racist and Sexist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 5 months ago

Apple Employees Say Returning to Office Is Racist and Sexist

"Now, these complaints came after the Apple CEO Tim Cook told staffers, they need to come back to the office. At least one day a week starting April 11th, two days a week after three weeks, and three days a week after May 23rd, the horror, can you imagine? So a group of Apple employees seemed to be furious, saying that only the privileged few can stand up to the rigors of having to go to the office. Privileges like being born in the right place so you don't have to relocate or quote being young enough to start a new life in a new city or country, or quote having a stay at home spouse who will move with you. In other words, it's like white privilege to go to the office. It's a privilege. It's unbelievable to watch how people have used COVID as their excuse to get away with everything they think they can get away with.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Speaking on the earnings call overnight But let's get a little bit more on the Amazon earnings and the latest with Elon Musk news Laura Wright is standing by with the very latest Laura let's begin with Apple It's all about the outlook and the iPad Run us through Yeah exactly Well the outlook is for a hit of four to $8 billion due to those macro headwinds that Tim Cook was outlining That said the last quarter rather was a record for a non holiday quarter iPhone sales above estimates robust demand for that new iPhone SE of the iPhone 30 with a 5G offering another beat was on max the MacBook Pro the MacBook studio desktop But as you mentioned iPad they were hit by supply chain disruption and it meant that revenue growth for iPads in negative territory down 2% services This is the chance for Apple to bring more people on board to the ecosystem It was a record quarter for services The launch of Apple TV plus back in 2019 and Tim Cook said he was proud of awards that Apple productions have won for example coda at the Oscars And wearables a miss on a wearables but again wearables such as the Apple watch it brings customers into the Apple ecosystem So Bloomberg intelligence are not concerned and they think we'll see a rebound in the next quarter I want to talk a little bit about Amazon sort of the other gem in the fan crown if it's still a crown Of course that's up for debate But basically they were overwhelmed with demand They built out the space to hire the people COVID passed and now they realized they've got too much of everything Exactly excess capacity in fact they've doubled on their warehouses They're delivery business They've also doubled employees over the pandemic and that contributed to a surprise loss this quarter and a forecast of a surprise loss for the next quarter and in fact this quarter showed the slowest pace of revenue growth since 2001 but there is a bright spot and that is Amazon Web Services Ahead of estimates revenue growth of 37% year over year Remember Amazon's cloud infrastructure is the market leader ahead of Microsoft Azure and Google's cloud business Now Elon Musk never a dull day are either on Twitter or on news flow but his actions in pursuit of Twitter are becoming an albatross to quote one broker around Tesla's neck Who's the broker And why are they so disturbed about his sale of Tesla stock Well Don Ives from Wedbush He is a very vocal analyst right now And the reason why the analyst community offers straight is because it signals negativity for Tesla stock and implies a limited upside on the share price therefore existing shareholders We learned Elon he's selling 4.4 million Tesla shares that said he did reply to one tweet a few hours ago saying he doesn't plan on selling anymore Look there were questions around how Elon Musk was going to make up that $21 billion equity commitment as part of the financing deal in order to take Twitter private But as always controversy with Elon Musk and really looking forward the contentious issue is whether advertisers will stick around once Elon Musk privatizes Twitter if it becomes this unfiltered bastion of free speech Is that going to be unpalatable for the current advertisers Yeah that's probably that's $1 trillion question Laura thank you for the moment that's lower right in London I just want to get back to some of the market moves and specifically in Asia Taiwan They've gotten an upgrade from S&P and red headlines It's about a couple of minutes ago This is an upgrade to double-A plus by S&P the outlook is stable Taiwan's strong economic performance on the back of electronics exports is behind as it's raising income levels that are compatible with a stronger economic assessment This is a direct quote And yes the other thought that you have is what's with the do you political tensions Vis-à-vis China they're saying well that's unlikely to derail growth in its competitive manufacturing sector Yeah those words of guidance can drive the credit market to the equity market We're grappling with the Amazon build out what that means NASDAQ's die nearly 1% obviously The stock collapsed in after hours sluggish sales growth Apple flagging supply.

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Should Apple Have a Master Key to Our Phones ?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Should Apple Have a Master Key to Our Phones ?

"You know congressman is the terrorist attack is unspooling. There are names and contacts on that phone that we have to know before they flee the country before they kill other people. I don't even know how we have a debate about this. I don't want to give him a key to everybody's phone. I just want the attorney general to be able to have the back phone or the bat signal to go out to Tim Cook and say, we need to get into this iPhone now and get a response. Is that really the same thing that you're talking about? Well, how would Apple do that? Unless they had a master key. Now, I think there are solutions for this Israel, for example, is extraordinary in the intelligence that they have. And they're able to unlock phones because they're intelligent agency actually has figured out how to unlock things. And I rather that we invest in that kind of technology in the United States and eventually people are able to unlock these things rather than saying, okay, Apple, we need you to keep a key that can get into everyone's phone. What happens if someone breaks into that key? I guess that to me is the danger of requiring that app will be able to break into any phone if there's a violation of law or

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Tim Cook Misses Obvious Point on Antitrust Laws

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Tim Cook Misses Obvious Point on Antitrust Laws

"Trend. What did you make of mister cook's speech this week? I respectfully disagree. I mean, my view is that we definitely need stronger antitrust legislation. Now, I'm not for breaking all these companies up reflexively, but there are a couple of things that are common sense. One, they should have some limitation on their ability to just acquire competitors. The whole idea of a free enterprise free market economy means that you have to have competition and some of these companies have just acquired their competitors. So there needs to be restrictions on mergers that are anti competitive. Second, they shouldn't be able to put restrictions on their own platform in ways that discriminate against sellers. And what a number of these companies are doing. And so I think that there needs to be an antitrust remedy to that.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Finally today, continuum, a startup recently spun off from Honeywell, claims it has created the first quantum generated encryption key, which when you hear the details of it is pretty interesting, quoting Bloomberg. The quantum computing generated offering is for encryption keys that Quentin says are uniquely random and can't be predicted. A milestone in using cutting edge computing for a practical business problem, Tony Utley, the company's president said in an interview, traditional computers already generate encrypted keys, but quantum says it takes security a step further with vastly improved randomly generated keys that are essentially impervious to hacking by conventional computers. He said the offering is, quote, as far as we're aware, the first product actually derived from the use of a quantum computer that does something that is meaningfully relevant to businesses around the world. At least the scientists who led Honeywell's decade long effort to build a quantum computer. Quantum stand-alone security key product is designed to compete with encryption key management companies, including Microsoft's jerky vault, and Amazon's AWS key management service. Quentin said the generation of random keys is a solution that's relatively easy for these new devices because it taps into the essence of quantum physics in which a particle can be in multiple states at one time. Once the particle is measured, though, it collapses into one, random value and loses its quantum properties. The other aspect of quantum computing that makes it a good fit for driving random keys is entanglement. That term describes a characteristic of quantum physics in which particles connect with each other at a distance and take on the same properties. This phenomenon can't be replicated by a classical computer, which are limited by electric currents being switched to either on or off. Only needs three high fidelity quantum bits or qubits to create a pool of random numbers and symbols from which the keys are made. The quantum derived keys can be used in standard cryptography systems said Utley. Whose company is announcing the product on the opening day of an annual industry ride, Q two B conference. End quote. Now I think for you today for I have known them all already known them all, have known the evenings mornings afternoons have measured out my life with coffee spoons, T.S. Eliot, two pretentious for you. Whatever. No song lyrics jump to mine today and it's just sort of that kind of day sort of blah, so that's how I was feeling. My wife thinks it's too pretentious. She suggested crash test dummies lyrics instead. So maybe we'll do that tomorrow. Talk to you that.

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To auburn without finding one of the most prominent laws Tim Cook who was the chairman CEO of Apple. But he's here as an auburn fan. I am, and I'm thrilled to be here. And a lot of these fans, including myself, I'd like to know about your last hour or two because I understand that when Alan was here, he told me that you met with coach Harrison and I don't know who else. So I'll ask you. I met with coach harston I met with the team. The team and talk to the team for a while and found them in a really good mood and excited about tomorrow. When we were here with you four or 5 years ago, you spoke to a team that day and it's something that we were able to include in the piece on you. And it still rings with me and because you talk to them about how they affect other people. Yeah. And you were talking about, I think your nephew at the time. But I'm curious when you speak all over the country and the world and it's not like you just walk in without thinking about what type of message did you have for them? You know, I told them that tomorrow is this rare opportunity to create a memory that lasts a lifetime. And there's no better memory or longer lasting memory than those that hit you when you're do something, you're not supposed to do. We're not supposed to win tomorrow. No. But we can win tomorrow. And so I tried to leave them with that spirit and the fact that I think the team in crimson is not the major foe that the major faux for all of life's greatest challenges is the person that's staring back at you in the mirror. And you have to recognize that and sort of that little voice in your head that tells you you're doing a 100% when you're doing 90. And you have to eradicate it somehow. And so that was my message. Well, I want to say this for those who may doubt prognosticating skills. I'm supposedly an expert. I think I'll pick me on this game the last two or three times I've seen it. I have. I have. You know, I swore to you. I think it was four years ago. There's no chance. Auburn is going to win and of course auburn won. Then two years ago, they replicated that. So I am not going to dispute at least until tomorrow. What you had to say. I think we're going to surprise.

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Students in China Are 'Crushing It' Academically

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Students in China Are 'Crushing It' Academically

"We had some wonderful supporters of the show, callers listeners who gave a very large donation to one of our charities last year. So we invited them here to have lunch with me. They came into the studio last week. And I didn't know anything about them upset their great supporters. They just returned from four years in China, where they were running an international school day. It's a bit like, you know, the Soviet Army, an international school has to have a Chinese headmaster and a western headmaster. This lady was the western principle and her husband was one of the teachers. And she told me this story her students were just absolutely to use the vernacular crushing it academically. And they were traveling to Oxford in Cambridge, being given scholarships going to the best schools, all of them getting the best grades in the stem subjects. None of them started the humanities. It was all biology, mathematics, engineering, and so forth. And they just dominating the global academic environment. Isn't that indicative? It's not Parton parcel of this worldview that the current regime has and how the people beneath the regime are gobbling up global assets. 11 million Chinese kids take the college entrance exam each year. That's a gaucho. 50% of them are going to get university places. In other words, the Chinese government sets the threshold for failure at 50% because they know that's going to give the maximum motivation to their kids. And they work their hearts out for years, only half of them will pass. That is a brutal and ruthless meritocracy. The devil takes the hindmost. Here, we can't tolerate failure. Every kid's got to be above average. Everyone's equaled some are more equal than others, and we people who have a political lobby behind their particular ethnicity or sexual orientation. And whereas the Chinese tend to major as you said, in the stem subjects, take the toughest stuff, only 7% of our kids take engineering. We graduate 40,000 mechanical engineers a year. That's why Tim Cook says he can't build an iPhone in the United States. So the Chinese think the world is going to be there. They're on all of what the United States used to be. And they want to be the United States of 1890 crushing Britain and eating Britain's

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Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the

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Apple to Hold It’s Yearly New Technology Event Today

WSJ What's News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Apple to Hold It’s Yearly New Technology Event Today

"Slated to hear from apple ceo. Tim cook today. When the tech giant is set to unveil its newest phones and smartwatch during a livestream event the company is expected to stay with the same small medium and large sizes of its phones and offer improvements to cameras and batteries. That's according to a person familiar with the matter. The arrival caps a dramatic year for apple seen record profit but it also faced battles over the power it holds over third party software operating on its mobile

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"tim cook" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Years ago. This week tim cook became ceo It's actually sad moment in apple's life. Because steve jobs wrote that sad letter saying you know i always said That when i couldn't do the job i would step aside and that day has come and Of course that meant that. It was time for tim. Cook to become ceo. he said. I always said if there ever came a day. When i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo. I will be the first to let you know. Unfortunately they has come. Steve had pancreatic cancer and was really just months away from death. I hereby resign as ceo of apple. I would like to serve if the board sees fit as chairman of the board director and apple employees as far as my successor goes. I strongly recommend that we execute our succession plan and named tim cook as ceo of apple and he said something prophetic. I believe apple's brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it and i look forward to watching contributing to its success in a new role. I've made some of the best friends of my life at apple. And i thank you for all the many years of being able to work alongside. You remember A nicer you to dwight win. Steve took the stage a year earlier. To show the ipad we all kind of at least inwardly. If not hourly gasped at how thin and ill he was yeah. He did not look at all but he was energetic. You know on the stage he was he was lively he he obviously was still selling it and And he but it his his figure was just incredibly gone. Yeah yeah and a so a year later august. Twenty fourth twenty Ten years ago. Tim cook takes the reins and i think we talked a lot about this On tuesday on. Mac break weekly. You can look at tim success and say he took it from a company that was worth. Maybe i can't remember. i think. Half a maybe five hundred billion to two trillion to an after. He had two trillion dollars to the value of the company. So are you skeptical owen. Jj stone and menaka. I'm not comfortable at all of jobs. Steve steve jobs. Don't care about tim. no i'm just talking about. And i'm i give all this steve stevens from future he laid a groundwork is almost coming to an end. Now like the stuff that he talked about with their campus. All he was a man plan for the few even the one which came out after his death was really his. Yes johnny on. I mean Tim cook great cookies. And all that kind of stuff. But steve jobs like a time machine came back and said this is going to be it for ten fifteen years now and in five more years. If tim cook keeps this art going. And i get something else. Thinner faster stronger whatever. I'll be like chop chop great job. But steve jobs is just one of those men in history and time that saw what he saw knew what he wanted and hiding that wave ever see is an tesla on autopilot. Would a destination pointed and director for him to go tips. He's still there and he's got a check the wheel. Everyone's not firing gotta same way. No but he's a hell of a manager. You can't say that again. I'm not taking anything away from tim. Cook i'm just saying that when a great man in history comes forth and laze blueprint for you. Your job is to not fluff it up. Your job is to make sure that you stay on course with what has been provided for you and he has done that in a great way. There's all kinds of twists and turns that he's had to adjust to the we can't see but i know his outline is following what the architect laid out from your text messages. We i rahmat yeah. Rocket rocket was steve. But again we're at the we're at the end of his fruition. I don't think we'll know here's my position it's tim. Cook was the right guy to take the job because he was an operations genius. He has made apple run like a perfectly smooth machine. The test will be. This is a hard thing. You're coming off of the most successful consumer product in of all time. The iphone right there. There's never been a product like that and his driven apple's fortunes for the last whatever years since two thousand seven the question is what's next and if and if tim cook at the helm can can find the next thing and tim clearly thinks. It's augmented reality. He really thinks a are a are glasses. Maybe are with a phone in the ipad. But i think it's got to be. Maybe his glasses he thinks that's going to be the next big thing. Maybe the second bed is cars yet. Because they're putting a lot of money into that the real test will be if they can bring that to fruition. If they can't then everybody say see he's he's he's a manager but he's not an inspire and la- and last thing on dislo people rosemead. I fully understand his value. The same thing with the m one chip. That actually is a big success. I'm transferring huge success especially in a time of cova and all. These people needing chips needed processes. Now they're doing everything in house and they have leap followed themselves into a position of power. Look with tim other company. Said i'm gonna buy every chip. You can make this as a result. Apple is not suffering from chip shortages. Now everybody else's again not taking anything away from the guy who all right alex. What do you think you're the financial guru what do you. What do you think the as i look..

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Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

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Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

"Its CEO, How does having a really good week? Tim Cook got more than five million shares of Apple stock and sold most of them for more than $750 million. This is part of the compensation that cooked out when he took over as CEO 10 years ago. The

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Vergecast

"A lot of like little apple. News wants a little rock. It's like we're getting close to. I found season. Yeah lots of dribs and drabs. I mean we're theoretically less than a month away. Yeah i feel like we're less than a couple of weeks away it's tomorrow it's yeah it's it's it's right now apple park. Just conceptually some big news. This week marks ten years of tim. Cook is ceo of apple. He had some runs as interim ceo right but ten years ago this week. Steve jobs officially stepped down handed over the title of full ceo. Tim cook in six weeks later. Obviously steve jobs died very sad. He was too young. But this is a decade of tim. Cook so sean. Oster at a great piece just looking over the course of that one thing. We noticed that piece which i think is really interesting. We kind of don't know anything about tim. Cook's personality yeah. I feel like. I know a lot about steve jobs as personality. Yeah there's books. There's the fact that he was just like the least guarded personality history. Like but like you know. How much do you know about any tuxedos personality. Outside of the you know the thing. That's been crafted for you. He's just not interested in sharing his personality. I don't think he does that us at all. I don't think he does that to us at all. I mean i think this is true of certain extent the the entire new class of non founders us. Sasha della syndrome pichai tim cook. They're not the founders of the companies companies are imbued with their personalities. They are all ciphers. They're all media trained to the hilt. Yeah right it's very hard to break through. Cook is still doing. This piece occurred to me that there are not that many stories about tim cook the way. They are endless stories. What steve jobs as a person. Yeah you know how this. I would express this is. I don't know what tim cook. Deeply cares about beyond. I suppose privacy and health and how it's expressing some of their products. But you know we were. You know looking through like what is his does. Does he have a dent in the universe breakthrough product and the answer is no. He has a a dent in the universe that was caused by the amount of cash on hand. That apple has that that has a gravitational pull light bends around jack by any reasonable metric. He is unbelievably successful. Ceo already and has been for a while but we tend to have a different metric of measurement for success at apple and that is what what products have been like. Oh my god. This changes things for me. Yeah and the. The reason i started with its ten years of tim cook really the only to tell that story is by talking about apple's products in its financial performance. There's not some other through line that stuff. We cut out like he turned over a bunch of executives. johnny. I've doesn't work at apple anymore. He brought in angela errands to be what everyone assumed was his successor and she left like that didn't work like they're all just kind of like side notes to also they continued making the iphone like the iphone is a massively successful products in the whole world organized itself so that's just like the context here and how much like though is us not knowing about him. Also because he's been the ceo the entire time and very successful the entire time whereas steve like left for awhile so everybody trash talk to him because he was running like his his other sites starting pixar and all this stuff and so they're like oh whatever that guy so we can like talk about all the terrible things he did the not terrible things he did and then he came back into power and it kinda tightened up a little bit. Yes i mean maybe like there's that long journey of steve gaw leaving and coming back and starting his thing he worked with all these people like there are books about his involvement in pixar. Like yeah like yes. He did all the things all i meant is. There's this video. Steve jobs i think about. All the time where he describes like why apple failed the first time. And he's like we hired a bunch of managers and they're all bose's and then the bose's hired more bows we had a bozon explosion is just unguarded like i cannot imagine tim cook being like so. The problem is there's a bozo explosion. Yeah right and like you know. I like total fan boy. Early early on i would watch jobs on stage with walton keira. At the conference i was invited young journalists wild to be in those in those spaces and like he was like utterly relaxed. He's like here's he kept calling kept calling cable companies orifices in the company is smaller and the stakes were lower like fundamentally he's exciting ipods and now apple's like there's a child porn economy that goes through our devices like the stakes are very different right so like all that's different but it was just striking to me as we did the story. There's only one way to do it. There's not another approach of ten years of tim. Cook looks like an apple. Because no one knows it's telling that we're we're trying to talk about tim. Cook we keep talking about steve jobs. I was watching one of those Early it was. I think it might have been all things. D he was coated with steve jobs. Demoing podcasts and i tunes for the first time and explaining what a podcast is which is amazing and just but just like a very casual explaining of a product and then doing a product demo not on their own stage that they own not surrounded not made into an infomercial for the pandemic. Just the ceo talking about a products on somebody else's stage for the first time..

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"tim cook" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Well i take what apple has done. Successfully is attack it through various angles. So if we we'd look over the tim cook era about forty billion dollars worth of growth have come from wearables largely watch air pod and there certainly could be more growth from new products. Potentially some kind of headset or glasses in the biard space. I think the secondary has been through services so again. While tim cook has been. Ceo services have gone from about ten billion to seventy billion so an increase of sixty billion in revenues. And the you know the challenge there is to continue to introduce new services. They've obviously introduced apple. Tv plus they introduced apple pay et cetera et cetera. And the question is can they continue to build on that. I think one of the areas where most excited about is apple's nascent advertising business which is just a few billion today but was a few billion at amazon four or five years ago in today's twenty five billion dollar business. We think that's an opportunity for apple and then do continue to evolve the iphone which remains about half the company. And i think your suggestion. Melissa about ken. The phone perhaps reinvent itself as a service going forward has always been a question among apple watchers. Is there an air parents. Tony what we learned. When tim cook took over is that you may think of. Ceo will be there forever. And the ceo's fantastic and it's great etcetera but they won't be. I mean that's the fact of the matter is. Is there somebody you know what it would be. A seamless transition. If this person took over it's not clear and i think it's important to recognize that tim is sixty and in good health and has said that he'd liked to be ceo for many more years. Not ten. I think he said but many more so this. That's that's another challenge for For apple over the next three to five years is is thinking about a succession plan. You know in. In tim's case he was the c. O apple has a coo today. He's pretty similar in age to tim. So it's not clear that that jeff williams would necessarily be the parent but there is really good young younger talented apple. Greg frederick about a decade younger than tim could be a potential heir-apparent. But i think that's something that will be an important part of the next three to five years i think for tim cook in creating a succession path. Not only for himself but.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Employees but the diversity across the board we've all through. This pandemic tried to to balance of being safe as possible with with not really going so far overboard that the what you're doing is actually worse than if you hadn't done it in the first place and i wonder right now with these breakthroughs and what we're talking about it even though maybe they're not as common and and a lot of times you're not hospitalized. The worst case scenario is taken off from that but do we go back to people that are vaccinated need to wear mass when they're with their when they come back to the office. Is that what we need to do it. Because that here we are again wearing masks and social distancing for double vaccinated people just to make sure that that really rare occurrence doesn't happen well to to your point jo. I mean. I guess it depends on by the. You're sitting right next to someone. Maybe or you have your own office or whether you're in a house with a health industry aurora a food industry where you're working with the public you know. I think it's going to be sensitive as to whether you're going to have to wear masks but for sure as long as we have this spike. We're going to mask in public places like airplanes and track even longer than we want. Yeah that's one of the problems that people are like. Oh i get vacs but it doesn't really change anything for whether i need to be careful too but it does take the worst case scenario off the table but then you've got kids aren't vaccinated so then you gotta worry about. Maybe that's the next step. That really is the game changer. Where across the board. You have the worst case scenario taken off the table for for most people. Then you gotta go back to take the mask off. Maybe at that point but we all want the mess. There's no doubt about that. Don't want to wear those. And i think you're right. I mean if you managed down to where you get. Maybe a flu like sentiments policy going to the hospital. I think people would be willing to take more risks than still. If you're at risk of dying going to severe cardiac arrest all right. I don't envy you or well. I envy you because these aren't decisions. You need to need to be quite as involved anymore. You can just come on squawk box which is awesome for you and for us getting to talk to you as always great. Joe this is. I still love it. And the boards. I'm on are active. Jj big announcement today chose to stay involved in the issues. But you're right you don't have all the responsibility of leading which is really heart sarcastic about that. Or was he found fifty percent sarcastic. Or how much all true. I love talking to you. I am the listening. It's great to. I miss becky. Every this is great. All was great talking to you too more. Thanks joe ugly still to come on squawk pod. It has been ten years since tim cook. Took over as ceo of apple and things are just about a sweet as ever longtime apple watcher analyst. Tony sakanaka joins us immediate near term challenges after such a herculean year where every business has really fired on all cylinders. What can apple do in the near to medium firm to continue to demonstrate its growth profile. We'll be right back. Cnbc's workforce executive council is the premier group c. suite human resources executives from leading companies across the country. It offers a members. Only portal and chart plus exclusive industry contact with access to breaking news calls and digital networking experiences the networking resources. Hr leaders need now. Apply to the workforce executive council at cnbc councils dot com slash. Wc you're listening to squawk pod from cnbc. Today with joe kernan and melissa lee. here's jail. Today marks the tenth anniversary of. Tim cook replacing. A tech icon. Steve jobs and leading apple to new height meant so much to me and so much to all our boss. Steve spirit and timeless philosophy on life will always be the dna of alcohol. Josh lipton joins us. Now he's been following the cook era closely as close as anyone that tech giant. Hey josh so joe there are different ways. We can judge the performance of a ceo. One way of course would be financial. We can look at a company. Stock price remember apple named tim cook. Ceo on august twenty fourth. Twenty eleven since then apple stock is up more than one thousand percent that has versus a gain of about two hundred eighty percent for the s&p five hundred revenues growing more than one hundred and fifty percent to two hundred seventy four billion through fiscal twenty. Twenty apple's market cap skyrocketing from three hundred forty six billion to nearly two point five trillion company. We know has very deep pockets. Net cash position of seventy two billion dividends. Paid nearly one hundred and three billion now some more when tim cook took over from steve. Jobs the visionary who could wow audiences with the latest and greatest apple products. How could cook engineer and supply chain guru ever fill such big shoes the truth is cook chartered. His own course telling reporters that challenge for all of us is to be the best version of ourselves. Ben baharan of creative strategies longtime apple. Watcher says coke has put his mark on this company. He helped change the narrative for a longtime. He says apple was thought of as a boom bust story today. Investors clearly consider a strong sustainable business and baharan says cook prove he can lodge new popular products as well a watch air pods and music video and other subscriptions now baharan says one big question. Investors are going to start asking in the next couple of years who takes the baton from tim. Cook melissa back to you. All right josh. Thank you joining us to discuss. More about tim. Cook's last ten years of ceo of apple. Is tony sack. Unagi bernstein senior research analyst. Tony great to have you with us. What's cooks biggest challenge for the next ten good morning. I think the challenge is released. Sustaining the success. that apple has enjoyed. I think when tim cook took over. That was the real question in a post steve. Jobs era can apple. Continue to enjoy success and his josh outline. The numbers have been tremendous apples now with three hundred fifty billion dollar revenue company and that makes growth more challenging even prior to this year in the previous five years apple grew three percent per year. This year is growing thirty five percent per year so the immediate near term challenges after such a hurry herculean year where every business is really fired on all cylinders. What can apple do in the near the medium-term over the next two to five years to continue to demonstrate its growth profile. What do you think that would be. I mean the for instance making the phone. Something more like a piece of hardware phone as a service if you will. Would it be attracting new. I don't know doing more in the gaming roundly. I'm just trying to think of what what it would be tony. That could that could continue these growth rates..

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Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

MacBreak Weekly

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

"Cook is going to washington once again. He's joining you on musk. They will not have a single conversation. Never see A few apple's tim cook microsoft sachin. Adela the New guy andy. Jesse from amazon apparently will be going to the white house on wednesday to disc- discuss improving cybersecurity. Sure you wanna per cybersecurity get these. Ceo's from these companies a sitting around a table coming up with new strategies. They do nothing but a ask them to stop. Just ask them to stop. Yeah i mean. I you know it's a it's a photo op they'll They'll also be ibm sending Ceo southern company. J. p. morgan chase and company thing. That's terrifying people. These days is

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"tim cook" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"The key is that if they're legendary for not making each of their like top tier Vice presidents in division heads feel as though like third jocking resources. They're jockeying for engine. They're talking for companies focus. It's you can get so much out of people that you're working with if you make sure that you that they are genuinely part of the big picture and genuinely part of the project progress but process. I think it's amazing that apple if he once you get into the vp suites a apple. Once you're one of let's say the the those six people that tend to appear onstage who are not engineers during keynotes and stuff. These people have they don't they. Don't just stick around until they got a good offer to be a ceo someplace else their life as not because not because of the money. I'm sure because the after in that after three or four years in that job you have no need of any money whatsoever. They that that is the residue of people who are feeling fulfilled and satisfied. And once again once you're at that level you're you start to think about. How am i making the best use of my time on this planet and my creating my using my point of view to make positive change for the world and sometimes it really is a commercial thing not necessarily feeding thirty. The hungary really is just about creating a good service. Good product and these people are feeling fulfiled fulfilled. Apparently company like microsoft. I think has the point of view it needs to be darwinian. Whoever can whoever can survive the compe- competition is the guy who should get to Do the job. And there's a continent turnover there apple. Has this know the it must go back to steve and it must go back to the new. The second coming of steve. The kinder gentler functional organization to. It's like everyone else. Organization is basically run like a company like the senior vice presidents are basically presidents of their company. Like eddie cue has its own events. Team is marketing team on software development team. And that's just for the sake dot craigs team. That's eddie software development team for like i work and all the other stuff and craig has. Hi like the all have these incredibly functional organizations and it'd be hard never mind the the ceo of apple. It would be hard to have a position as influential as being the senior vice president of software apple or services at apple or like angela. Angela left burberry's burglary to be senior vice president of retail at apple. She does not stink around though which is interest she was. She was the counter example. Because of all the -secutive gonna do yeah. Yeah but then there's people like kevin lynch who just got moved over to cars. It's like Clearly these people are team players and just like a good football team when they're told okay. You're playing a new position tomorrow. They go okay. Put me in coach. He's designing experiences like his genius was being able to make an experience that would last two seconds on an apple watch and now they need an experience last at a glance on a car dashboard. Yeah like the the very like alex. I'm very particular skills and then being deployed to exercise me. This is very touching. I remember this. It was In the evening August twenty fourth. Twenty eleven after the markets had closed Apple released this to the apple board of directors in apple community. I've always said steve jobs writing if there ever came a day. When i could no longer meet my duties in expectations as apple's ceo. That'd be the first to let you know. Unfortunately that day has come. He was very sick by this time. I hereby resign as ceo of apple. I would like to serve if the board sees fit is chairman of the board director and apple employees as far as my successor goes. I strongly recommend that we execute our succession plan and named tim cook. Ceo of apple. I believe apple's brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it and i look forward to watching and contributing to its success in a new role. I've made some of the best friends of my life at apple. And i thank you all for the many years of being able to work alongside you very poignant. Because of course it was only about four months after that that he passed away reverence that tim always has for steve like you here in his in his toxin in his quotes or he would say sorry. My bosses calling. I've got to go see the boss now is it never changed and i wonder at this point. If some of that is part of keeping the You if to keep everybody rowing in the same direction. You have to have a kind of fundamental belief in founding concept that everybody buys into Almost mythos that everybody buys into and says yeah. We're gonna do that. And steve is a big part of that right. And i think tim would be. I think it's wise. Tim to continue to revere steve wal saying. We're gonna afford your own way forward. We're going to do what's right for the but you have to have that missiles. Don't you definitely have to have a culture. the culture is you know the There's there's often there's a story that bounces around about an engineer. Walked in on a monday. And ask steve how the how the his weekend was just an innocuous thing. Steve didn't even look at them and just said how. 'bout we bring up the intelligence the conversation jobs but that was the first generation. Steve jobs right now. No that was that was but but the the the the thing about about apple is that A lot of those meetings. I mean what you hear a lot is is that those meetings are pretty focused. There's not a lot of like you know there's a. There's a reason that there's a meeting here. We're going to eat until we're with for that reason and there's not a lot of kicking a other things around during that meeting. You can do that at lunch. You can do it in you know more but if you have a meeting about something. You're going to have a meeting about that thing you know you're not gonna talk about a lot of other things other than that thing you know and and it's a very very focused culture You know in in compared to a lot of the other companies that were in the same space right so i said there were two questions. The next one is who's next Tim sixty he's probably gonna be there five more years but i imagine just as steve had a succession plan. Tim must be thinking along those lines. Yes or no. He said he's not leaving any time. It's it's williams was with jeff williams. He's put him in charge of like. Yeah yeah so. He was basically working for him and a lot of logistics then he became chief operating officer when Tim cook became ceo. We'll shortly thereafter. And then because he was getting more and more expensive duties the same way. Tim may sorry. Steve tim do more and more things. Jeff was put in charge of the wok put in charge of health putting charges. Only one problem..

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"tim cook" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"They want to be part of the experimenting process. It's like an explorer tallied meyer. That yeah and wild tries all this stuff affect the rumor. Is that the under under screen camera on the galaxy full. Not rumor reviews are. it's terrible. What a surprise apple was looking at something like that. But i think the notch survives according to rumor in the not ready for mass market early apples also rejecting the under screen fingerprint reader For next year at least that's that's again rumor. I you know you got gotta be really really finicky design person to decide that a simple hole punch in the screen is just so offensive. Percents abilities that it has to go. It doesn't matter if If you compromise the front facing camera it doesn't matter if it makes it completely Completely hard to use And compromises How easy it is to sign on the device. I i really think that's a way to hardline stance to take. I don't i don't even i don't even mind the notch on the on the iphones. It's like it serves a purpose it. Let's see it gives you some extra screen. Real estate apple has done a great job of taking advantage of the to like little kitty ears on the left and the right so it's not as though it's it's completely wasted space And when you're watching full screen video because of the way they've designed it into the frame you don't even notice that that part of the screen is missing so third. There's some things. I think that you really have to be design. Walk to just goodness neglects. I i don't think it's design. I think they have to tensions that they're facing one is the asian market is such a wicked spec flex that they feel pressure from highway and all the other pieces like they're doing it we have to do to do it. I we have to do bigger but also they sell so much. I think half of every phone they make as like we can offer you these components. We're gonna show you the components we offer. If you'd like some of them please come by them. Because that's the way most of our money. And i i still think there's an opportunity for apple have appropriate phone. Thank you are like a real provo with. Hey we're just gonna take the same You know sensor and lens and everything else from the back of the phone and put it on the front of the phone. we're just gonna make it longer. Put a bunch of an array of lighter and other things all down the side. There's people like me that would buy that easily. Wouldn't think anything of it. You know and i don't think i'm the only person that would buy it. I mean we've talked a lot about it. And i think that anybody doing you know again. Instagram more creators. But anybody who really wants to take those photos You know you can charge a premium for that and have just great great Sensors and photos on the front and not worry about it. Just make it black you know and put a bunch of things down that side For us for those of us who want to play hard. I think that's an opportunity. That apple really is one of the few companies a good that could take advantage of that. So let's i guess it's a little too early take a break. I want to do. attributed tim cook because this is the tenth anniversary and of him becoming apple ceo. And i want to take some time with that so I guess it's not. It's not too early to do. We'll do a quick break and then we come back Ten years of tim and we have some fun pictures to go with it. Our show today brought to you by. At and t. active armor. This is a godsend we. were these. Use your phone all the time. Not just to listen to this show or watch or stream from your.

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"To grow. The baby. steve jobs had created. But i think at some point apple will need somebody. Who's more like steve jobs who tries to make a dent in the universe. As steve jobs famously said ludvik thank you very much for joining us. Thanks jason for having the security law imposed in hong kong last summer has been the force behind change. After troubling change in the city in nebulous turns. The law says police can arrest people for any conduct. That seriously endangers national security i. They came for the protesters and activists who ground hong kong to a halt in two thousand nineteen. Then they came for the media outlets such as the pro-democracy newspaper apple daily and its outspoken owner. Jimmy lai now. It seems the authorities have their sights set on the city's storied organized labor outfits a few weeks ago chinese state media called the city's largest teacher's union a poisonous huma that had to be eliminated and hours later. We sold the hong kong education bureau. Say it would no longer recognize the union of around one hundred thousand members or about eighty percent of the city's teaches swollen wong as a china correspondent for the economist. So then the union tried to mollify the government it cut ties with several pro democracy organizations in hong kong as well as education international which is a global group of teachers unions it also announced it would form and you working group to try to promote chinese history and culture among teachers and students but despite these compromises the union still declared it was disbanding on august tenth and it sounds as if that's not the only union that's been targeted no in july we saw five liters of speech therapists union also arrested so they had published three allegorical picture books for children about sheep protecting the village from wolves and the police accused them of writing stories that incited hatred of the government on top of this over the past euro. So we've seen three of the city's top trade union leaders arrested and that really has been deeply chilling to the labor movement. More broadly this is all part of a broader crushing of civil society in hong kong. So as you say. The crackdown is extremely broad. But why is the communist party targeting unions so specifically prior to the nineteen seventies most unions in hong kong were affiliated with either the communist party or the commune. Tom which fled mainland china. Taiwan in nineteen forty nine and it wasn't until the nineteen seventies that we saw independent unions aligned with me. The political party begin to form and the teacher's union is a very good example of this. It was founded in nineteen seventy-three off to successful teachers strikes that saw the government roll back a proposal to cut teachers salaries but before twenty nineteen. We sold the labor movement struggle quite a bit. Hong kong is nerd for its free-market ways and it has an incredibly powerful business lobby but during the protests in two thousand nine hundred nineteen particularly as the police crackdown grew and it became hotter and hotter for protesters to take to the street. We saw a whole range of new middle-class professionals begin to organize everyone from accountants and civil servants and engineers to insurance and it work is all established new unions and they were set up to help organize more citywide strikes up so in two thousand nineteen. We saw the first citywide strike in over half a century in hong kong and many of the protesters hurt that. Those types of general strikes could continue beyond that year and so a lot of those unions that were formed in an after twenty nineteen are now the ones that are at risk are there more at imminent risk of being disbanded. Yeah. i think. There's a lot of fia and hopelessness amongst many of the members of these new pro democracy unions. Some of the leaders of these unions have resigned because they fee arrest or they fear retaliation in the workplace and many new members in not renewing their membership. They're seeing huge outflows of people from hong kong migrating to places like the uk and canada. Many scholars and labor activists who i've spoken to predict that the next organization which might have to fold because of pressure from the authorities is the umbrella organization for hong kong's labor movement the hong kong confederation of trade unions so the chairwoman of the confederation has already been arrested as has the general secretary who's currently serving a jail sentence so with the umbrella organization at risk of folding. How do you see this progressing. What's next should the confederation be forced to fold what we will likely see. Is that its rival organization. The federation will play a more and more prominent role in the may movement in hong kong. So the federation is considered extremely progovernment. And it doesn't actually really advocate for worker's rights. what it does is it offers. very cheap. do's and a lot of we can outings and discounts and all kinds of classes for its members and in this way has been able to build up a very lodge membership base but what many labor activists and scholars think will happen is that the federation will increasingly resemble the only legal trade union in mainland china which is known as the all china federation of trade unions. And that's not really a trading. It's more just a wing of the communist party and union officials. There are really just civil servants. Who are not there to help. Workers advocate for their rights or engage in collective bargaining staged strikes rather they're there to help communist potty maintain its grip on power and so what's it like than watching not only is the more overt signs of the pro-democracy movement have been dismantled but now even the proxies the places people had gone to hide that sentiment reporting the story was really quite a shocking experience. I've spent the loss mumble. So uh speaking to various contacts who have subsequently been arrested and denied bail jailed other people. I spoke to members of organizations that have had to disband it. Actually sort of reminds me of what it was like being a journalist in mainland china. I think there are still big differences between hong kong and mainland china. But i have really been struck at.

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The security law imposed in hong kong last summer has been the force behind change. After troubling change in the city in nebulous turns. The law says police can arrest people for any conduct. That seriously endangers national security i. They came for the protesters and activists who ground hong kong to a halt in two thousand nineteen. Then they came for the media outlets such as the pro-democracy newspaper apple daily and its outspoken owner. Jimmy lai now. It seems the authorities have their sights set on the city's storied organized labor outfits a few weeks ago chinese state media called the city's largest teacher's union a poisonous huma that had to be eliminated and hours later. We sold the hong kong education bureau. Say it would no longer recognize the union of around one hundred thousand members or about eighty percent of the city's teaches swollen wong as a china correspondent for the economist. So then the union tried to mollify the government it cut ties with several pro democracy organizations in hong kong as well as education international which is a global group of teachers unions it also announced it would form and you working group to try to promote chinese history and culture among teachers and students but despite these compromises the union still declared it was disbanding on august tenth and it sounds as if that's not the only union that's been targeted no in july we saw five liters of speech therapists union also arrested so they had published three allegorical picture books for children about sheep protecting the village from wolves and the police accused them of writing stories that incited hatred of the government on top of this over the past euro. So we've seen three of the city's top trade union leaders arrested and that really has been deeply chilling to the labor movement. More broadly this is all part of a broader crushing of civil society in hong kong.

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Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

"The security law imposed in hong kong last summer has been the force behind change. After troubling change in the city in nebulous turns. The law says police can arrest people for any conduct. That seriously endangers national security i. They came for the protesters and activists who ground hong kong to a halt in two thousand nineteen. Then they came for the media outlets such as the pro-democracy newspaper apple daily and its outspoken owner. Jimmy lai now. It seems the authorities have their sights set on the city's storied organized labor outfits a few weeks ago chinese state media called the city's largest teacher's union a poisonous huma that had to be eliminated and hours later. We sold the hong kong education bureau. Say it would no longer recognize the union of around one hundred thousand members or about eighty percent of the city's teaches swollen wong as a china correspondent for the economist. So then the union tried to mollify the government it cut ties with several pro democracy organizations in hong kong as well as education international which is a global group of teachers unions it also announced it would form and you working group to try to promote chinese history and culture among teachers and students but despite these compromises the union still declared it was disbanding on august tenth and it sounds as if that's not the only union that's been targeted no in july we saw five liters of speech therapists union also arrested so they had published three allegorical picture books for children about sheep protecting the village from wolves and the police accused them of writing stories that incited hatred of the government on top of this over the past euro. So we've seen three of the city's top trade union leaders arrested and that really has been deeply chilling to the labor movement. More broadly this is all part of a broader crushing of civil society in hong kong.

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"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"First up though ten years ago. Today steve jobs resigned as the chief executive of apple following a cancer diagnosis. We've just gotten a hold of his letter of resignation. It says i've always said that if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo. I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately that day has come across the tech industry. There was a grand wringing of hands. It's almost like you know a statesman or or someone who is a spiritual leader is stepping aside. Where would the iphone maker be without. Its visionary co-founder as far as his successor goes the asset. They named tim cook as the ceo. Ample he says. I believe apple's brightest and most innovative days ahead of it. I look for jobs died six weeks later day after the company unveiled the iphone. Four s first product launch since being named ceo. I'm sure you didn't know that. Tim cook has overseen a few product launches since each one shining the apple further but to keep growing company already. So big little require some blockbuster new gizmos and some deft navigation of a world. That's changed a lot. In the past decade. Tim cook stage. What would probably be called the most successful succession story. Intact does industry's littered with ceo. Is that followed. Founders co-founders within failed. Ludvig is economists. Us technology editor improve financial terms. I would say he was even more successful than delayed steve jobs. No ceo in history has created more shareholder value. The companies no worth two point five trillion dollars at seven times more than when Over ten years ago. And how is it. That apple has managed to keep up that growth over these ten years. So cook is a great manager. He's kind of made apple. More and more efficient is very demanding. Esque a lot of questions pushing people to explain. For example why this cell in a spreadsheet only show is ninety eight in one hundred percent and those things cook also was very adept in writing the forces that have driven the tech industry or the global economy and one of course is mobile computing. so the iphone. There's no more than one billion active. Iphones around and cook has done is systematically improved the iphone. If you compare the iphone four s was released when he became ceo. And now. i thirteen which is supposed to be released in september. I think it s it processor. That is five thousand percent faster and stronger but cook. Also road globalization. He was the one who pushed apple. Into outsourcing manufacturing to china foxconn epoch's biggest outsourcing company in china employs. I think a million people there now most of them work for apple and to the first thing the third trend coke is is is network effects. So if you look at the app store cook and apple also created an entire economy that means kind of of course the revenues of of of ebola but also all the companies that make money on its platforms in in particularly app store so beyond being a detail man. How is it. The tim cook has made apple not just successful but the tech king is not just a detail man. he's also politically quite as chewed so he was the first leader of a big tech company during the stand that companies companies of the size like apple. Google facebook they need to take responsibility for the impact. They have on society in apple's case that meant very early on like ten years ago Started putting an emphasis on sustainability. Apple has a very ambitious goal of becoming carbon-neutral cross all its products by the end of the decade. The other thing is privacy. So if you open the app on the iphone now you have to agree to being tracked by app and given the success of those strategies then do you think this meteoric rise of the company can continue at this rate so caucus is not going to become a bad manager overnight but a few things that suggests that his second ten years will be tougher than the first one is basically that company of apple size it becomes more and more difficult for you to grow just by the force of mathematics so far. That's not been a big issue. Because cook has managed to keep the iphone big success their new revenue sources like the app store apple music and wearables do the apple watch and the airports but i think in the long run apple has to have convinced that new iphone like act. And that's why that is talk about it's eyeglasses and the car as of now. It seems that apple is planning to release an apple car and i- car in the twenty twenty four but as a few problems for the eyeglasses car the eyeglasses. It's more competition so. Facebook has big plans and microsoft's halloween so that it does a number of competitors out there and the problems with the car think are more fundamental. It's much more complicated. Regulations safety and then of course they're not just technical or business challenges but there's a big one geopolitical one. What do you mean by that. So of course. There's attention to the growing tension between the us and china. It's quite likely. I think that at some point apple will become a victim of that so far. It's been rather protected because it's so important for china's economy. We've seen recently that. The chinese government went after its own tech. Giant's attentions alibaba. If push comes to shove. I think apple will be vulnerable to and if that happens i think that could be quite that your mental for apple goldman sachs a couple of years ago. Did a study analyzing the worst case scenario for apple in china. I mean these are super different. Circumstances said this was under trump. They said this could. Apple's profits by nearly thirty percent and i think that's a conservative estimate. China is the second biggest market for apple. Twenty percent of revenues. Come from there also. It's the manufacturing base for almost all iphones so epilogues vulnerable there so if through falling foul of chinese authorities or by any other means someone to knock apple off its pedestal. You could take its place. Who would be a credible challenger. I mean the image most people have of tech is that there's these five big giants and not much competition is happening there. Let's companies never really tried to invade each other's main turf. So apple has never build real search engine to compete with google's or trying to -bility social network to compete with facebook's increasing the there's more competition team those companies in dallas so smaller ones coming up. I think what will happen. Is that going forward. There will be more competition intact and to life will be more difficult for apple even in hardware. I will be more difficult in tim. Cook's next ten years. And he reckoned. Mr cooke will stick around that long. That's a big question. I mean some people thought he would resign. After ten years he could have was was quite a successful run but a couple of months ago he signed a new contract and his new stock rand fully vested in twenty twenty five. So i don't think he's going to leave before that people already talking about who could succeed cookery. One name of mentioned his jeff williams. He's apple's chief operating officer with him. This is much like tim. Cookies sometimes called tim. Cook's tim cook. He has a kind of the same background even looks a bit like tim. Cook walks. Tim cook and the question is after tim. Crowe baps apple somebody else needs. Perhaps another steve jobs who had been more radical in his approach her approach. I've talked to one person who something could be a successor. He says apple should be much more radical develop devices for the bottom. Three billion for africa. Tim cope was the person was kind of perfect.

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Apple Delays the Date for Employees to Return to Office

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Delays the Date for Employees to Return to Office

"Morning, Renee to Good morning, Karen Bloomberg News has learned that Apple is pushing its return to office deadline until at least October. The company says it will give employees at least a month's warning before mandating a return to office. CEO Tim Cook initially said in June that employees should be back in early September. The move makes Apple one of the first tech giants to delay return to office plans in New York. I'm rainy day young Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Rene to thank you. The spread of the Delta area now has the U. S government revising its

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Apples All-Online Worldwide Developers Conference Kicks off June 7

Mac Minutes

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Apples All-Online Worldwide Developers Conference Kicks off June 7

"Unveiled its agenda including keynote and platform state of the union. Timing and much. More information about how developers will be able to learn about the future of iowa's ipad os mac os tv os and watch os all of which we expect to see new modifications ww dc less for a week but on the first warning ceo. Tim cook and other apple. Executive staff will appear in a keynote presentation announcing the major software updates for the year. Wwe dc twenty one. We'll bring together the global apple developer community and provide them with the new insights into technologies tools and frameworks. They rely on. The conference will offer developers the opportunity to engage with one another and directly with apple engineers for guidance on building innovative and platform differentiating games and apps. Let's start from the beginning with the apple keynote scheduled for monday. June seventh at ten. Am pacific daylight time wdc. Twenty-one kicks off with unveiling of exciting new updates coming to all apple platforms later. This year streamed directly from apple park. The keynote address will be available the apple developer app the apple tv app and youtube with on-demand playback available after the conclusion of the stream. If

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Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down

"The witness the witness stand stand to defend to defend the company's the company's APP APP store store from from charges charges it it has has grown grown into into an illegal an illegal monopoly. monopoly. Guided Guided by by softball softball questions questions from from an Apple an Apple lawyer lawyer and in and Oakland, in Oakland, California California courtroom courtroom Cook's Cook's testimony testimony sounded sounded like like a commercial a commercial for for the the iPhone. iPhone. Cook Cook defended defended Apple's Apple's control control over over its its mobile mobile APP APP store store as as a way a way to keep to keep things things simple simple for for customers customers and and protect protect them them against against privacy privacy and security and security threats. threats. He He appeared appeared in in antitrust antitrust case case brought brought by by Epic Epic games. games. The The makers makers of the of popular the popular video video game game Fortnight Fortnight Epic Epic is trying is trying to prove to prove that that the the APP APP store store has has morphed morphed into into a a Price Price gouging gouging vehicle vehicle that that blocks blocks APS APS from from offering offering other other payment payment options. options. Apple Apple views views his his appearance appearance as as an opportunity an opportunity to tell to tell its its story, story, while while the the APP APP store store is under is under scrutiny scrutiny by by regulators regulators in in the U. the U. S S and and Europe. Europe. I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer King, King, A federal A federal judge judge ruled ruled the Dakota the Dakota

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Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down

"The witness stand to defend the company's APP store from charges it has grown into an illegal monopoly. Guided by softball questions from an Apple lawyer and in Oakland, California courtroom Cook's testimony sounded like a commercial for the iPhone. Cook defended Apple's control over its mobile APP store as a way to keep things simple for customers and protect them against privacy and security threats. He appeared in antitrust case brought by Epic games. The makers of the popular video game Fortnight Epic is trying to prove that the APP store has morphed into a Price gouging vehicle that blocks APS from offering other payment options. Apple views his appearance as an opportunity to tell its story, while the APP store is under scrutiny by regulators in the U. S and Europe. I'm Jennifer King, A federal judge ruled the Dakota

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Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Takes Stand in Antitrust Trial

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Takes Stand in Antitrust Trial

"The weekend. China's mars rover began. Roving a week after touching down on the red planet. These you wrong rover began a ninety day tour. Ill investigate the planet's soil enrolls in atmosphere as it looks for signs of water ice below the planet's surface china the second country to successfully operate a rover on mars the us. I did it in nineteen

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Witness for Apple: CEO Tim Cook

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Witness for Apple: CEO Tim Cook

"Hopping on solo to give you an update on the apple. Epic games trial which ended testimony. Friday including an appearance by star witnessed. Tim cook the ceo of apple. It really was a fascinating. Nearly four hours of courtroom drama as apple sought to build case at the app store has an app review process to make the place safe insecure destination for content and that it also charges commissions have fifteen percent or thirty percent on subscriptions and in game transactions to help pay back the expenditures just laid out to keep the store up and running properly for its part epa games which makes video games including the very popular. Coordinate attempted to poke holes in apple's case and make the app store looks like a monopoly for mobile games and other apps now throughout cook provided answers about apple's business strategy and how they app store operates he basically said quote. Apple's mission is to make the best products in the world that really enrich people's lives now prior to that s to describe the app stores influence. Cook said quote. I think it's an economic miracle. And he said you know. The store started with only five hundred apps. Now has more than two million people in the us. Involved in making those iowa's apps when asked what would happen if apple ahead to allow non reviewed apps or alternative app stores into its app store. Cook said quoted be terrible for the user. The company reviews about one hundred thousand aps each week. He said rejecting about forty thousand of them quote he said you could imagine if we turn off review how long it would take the app store to just become a toxic kinda mess. It'd be terrible for the developer because the developer depends on the store being a safe entrusted place for customers to come now. There's one point eight million apps in the app store but epic attorney. Gary bornstein said. How can you claim the stores. Well curated if there's that many apps quote it's not a good description of something that's curated. He said cook basically said i disagree with that.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"What about if we expanded from you and employees here to the users your products. Because i think we all know one of the great challenges of our time is finding ways escape to step away from it all a lot of that has to do because if you have an iphone with you it's like the whole world is in your hand it's all it is and it's it's a portal to the world and so you can be just about anywhere in the world comes and grabs you or you are drawn by this force to engage with. Its so as you know. The ceo of teke mini. Which people depend on your products for doing that. We're on do you feel a responsibility to those users. Just like you do to your employees to help them learn. How and when to disconnect very much. So we've we think very deeply about all the things that we create about how they're going to be used how they're going to be used in scale the great ways they'll be used the not so great ways that they can be used and so an example of that would be springtime right. We we we do not want people using our products too much. We want to to create them in such a why people get the most adam in short periods of time to free themselves up to do whatever it is that they want to do and and so screen time was away of making us aware of how much time we're spending in our technology and i think in including for me personally it was my my estimates versus the reality. Were very different and have any numbers. You remember <hes>. They were high they were was but what i did <hes>. The action i took was i started asking myself. Why do i need all these notifications. Why do i really need this <hes>. Do i really need to understand things in the moment that they're happening. And you know. And i started taking a metex out to seventies of these things that would grab my attention but need to in the in the moment such a free me up to do other things and and so yeah. I learned like i think like probably most people under estimate. How much are you sure it. And we we've never designed our products to to dominate people's lives. That's never been our purposes and it's not our business our business is to give people tools that enrich their lives and allow them to create something that they couldn't create or do something or or or you know sorta transform themselves some sort of why <hes>. We've never been into this <hes>. How how long is somebody spending on our property and less. Try to figure out a way to make that as high as possible. And how many clicks can we get we. We're not into that business model right but it is. The thing is the tool is so impressive in the design is so learning. and so. that's one part of it you know. We're naturally sort of people pick it up. It's this you know we see people have find that moment aboard. And then what people do they lean into a device and so that challenge of helping your users have that healthy relationship. I would suggest that we are still figuring that out. And not. I think just to. Maybe there's more to do and you know another example of things that we do. We give parental control so for those people that are are helping address their kids. It's a proactive way for them. To have not only conversation but also to put some rules of the road and and so we have thought deeply about each of these and we continue to do it. We're not saying we've arrived. We've got all the answers today. <hes> we innovate. They're just like we. Innovate with the latest camera system and the latest. Watch

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"tim cook" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But Bruce that there's there's no huge movement right now. 182 males 183 million subscribers so they lose 10,000. Whippy Skippy. Not going to stop him. That's where we are. Apple out with New products yesterday. They've got a lot of it is where Tim Cook is bringing Apple. They're bringing it to the healthcare market so that you will know more about your health. I mean, in a big big improvement is goingto grow from here. Jim Cramer over at CNBC was talking about Other trying to become the Holy Grail of healthcare. Look, I think that there's a big issue here with Apple, which is that every time they do something, there are people who say it's just incremental, assisting criminal. You know what Incremental adds up and that is what Apple is doing. I got my bill the other day for Apple. It feels very much like my cable bill now which you can't accept that I have just look at it. Which drives me crazy because it's so big it, David. You know, if you incrementally ad I know you don't wear a watch, but I do blood on Senator every day. Okay? I just Why don't I do it? Well, you see, there's this thing called the Panda. So I measure my blood and it's a pain in the butt. I keep the maximal thing with me. Everywhere I go. Well, I don't have to. And so incrementally. I liked that incrementally. Do I want the different sports? You know, the kind of like fit that kind of stuff. And not me, But that doesn't matter. Yes, there's something for everybody hearing the oximeter. Conceivably has I mean is particularly important in the current environment right? Because it can be a sign. The virus. You know, people take here's an oddity. People take your temperature. That's not it. It's the blot oximeter. That's far more important. Now. One of things I proposed, was that two different people was that we oughta have from FF a case strip as soon as we get up. Now. Initially, the doctors were split. They said. That taste wasn't that now we know the taste is probably the single biggest indicator taste and smell. So I like anything that makes it so I don't have to have one more device that I slept around Karl E. I don't think their egos I mean, you're talking about how they're getting in to your health. Unpredictable..

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"tim cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot after more than 1.5 and AM 1400. I want to talk to the single women out there who are at or near retirement age. If you've been laid off or furloughed or are waiting to be called back, you know these air very challenging and difficult times in which to go backto work My good friends over at Michigan Retirement Group of designed a very unique and successful program that specifically focused on helping single women transition from the workforce into retirement. Their team understands that single women Charles of Circumstances face a unique set of challenges when considering retirement, and that each situation is different. They have assembled a team of experts that understands that work directly with single women to organize and developed a special retirement plan. After retirement. The team will continue to work with you to help adapt to any changes or issues that may arise. Give my friends at Michigan Retirement Group of Col 313 The number two R E T T I r E for a no cost in office, meeting our virtual conversation or log onto Michigan retirement group dot com. And if you want a little bit was the steel dossier. Critically important to the FISA applications. Unlike.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

Eric Erb Live

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

"Tim Cook lies under oath while apple systematically bands apps from conservative and independent media publishers. Okay. Let's get into this a little bit here. Then I'll discuss it during the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel apple's CEO. Tim Cook was question about the company's monopoly on the on its APPs store. Cook claim the apple treats every developer the same. However, this contradicts the company's past actions where it's banned conservative leaning. APPS and developers. Appearing before the House, Judiciary Committee antitrust panel via video link alongside a CEO's facebook Google Amazon Cook faced intense grilling from Georgia Rep Hank Johnson regarding the company's control over its APP store and the APPs that the irs developers can install on their devices. Mr Cooke over one hundred, million iphone users in the United States alone with apple's ownership of the APP store given Apple. The ability to control which APPs are allowed to be marketed to apple users. You wheeled, you wield immense power over small businesses to grow and prosper Mister Johnson stated. Let me just stop you. Let. Me Just stop here and just go into something here. Just a second before I, continue finish in the article here folks. Jim Cook took over for the departed. Steve Jobs. It was Steve Jobs originally, and in Steve Wozniak I. IF I hope I'm not butchering that name, them are the two original founders of Google. Okay. Why wozniak or what? Wozniak and jobs are the two original jobs. WHO's a marketing? Genius jobs was a narcissist jobs. Steve, jobs was brilliant. Steve Wozniak stays in the background. He's more the tech guy and this and that the techique. But the both of them work very, very, very good together and look where apple is today. Tim Cook was voted in the CEO, the takeover he was running I, believe the sales department there at Apple. So, he's a sales guy. He has no. No idea what really really really goes on there at apple as far as development side, he doesn't have that technical capability. Now, he's the PR man. He's the front man, he is the CEO. Apple. what he says goes now. It's. It's a shame. It's a shame again because again jobs was very narcissistic, but jobs was brilliant same with him and Steve Wozniak. Both of them working together is very good. I don't know this relationship with Wozniak and Tim Cook, but I can't say, Tim, Cook is a pathological liar. I do know because I've done a little bit of study into this subject here Apple is controlling folks the market on the Apple Store and somebody will say, well, yeah, it's an apple store. They should. Yeah. But they're persuading everybody to buy their junk stupid APPs. You have devs or in plain English, you have developers out there. I used to have an iphone for for a few years and then I went back to to android you. You have developers that if they're independent, if apple doesn't like politics I, happen to know that the desert are the developers. Aren't getting paid what they're worth and you you talked to any developer on the apple store. They'll tell you the same thing. You don't have to listen to me, just go online to Google. You can see all the complaints and everybody bitch about that. Apple screwing developers, apple screw the independent developers, apple screen. Anybody that even slightly leans conservative that they don't like. So this is all true folks. This is absolutely true and Mr Cooke lied under oath, which is nothing new to me. He again, he's a sales guy originally promoted to see..

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