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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

05:59 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Shares ahead of an iphone launch plus lowered investor expectations for iphone. Thirteen equals a very attractive setup for the shares in the second half of this year chatman has an overweight rating on apple shares. He used wednesday's note to up his price. Target on the shares from one hundred sixty five dollars to one hundred seventy wedbush analyst. Daniel lives was no surprise impressed. He's argued that iphone. Twelve was the start of an iphone super cycle and his opinion apples. June number support. That argument ives. Things apple will hit a market cap of three trillion dollars in the next twelve. Months is probably started is already sky high though he's sticking with his outperform rating on apple shares and his price target of one eighty five b. of a. merrill lynch analyst c mo haunt is worried about kobe nineteen he was markedly impressed with apple's phenomenal growth. Last quarter however he writes our concern remains that if the delta variant of kobe creates further lockdowns apple could be faced with the dual headwinds of tougher compares and weaker demand in hardware only modestly offset by any services reacceleration as concerns. Go those are sensible though. Some might argue a bit too cautious. Mr mohawk has a neutral rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred sixty dollars. Now there's wrong than there's wrong then. There's bernstein research analyst. Tony sock unagi. He's at a market perform rating on apple shares for. I don't know how long at this point his price targets at one thirty two apple is currently trading at about one hundred forty five for the third consecutive quarter says his note. Apple's results blew out consensus expectations so now of course he is worried that they are too good. Ironically says his note strengthen the corner and this year makes us modestly more cautious about fiscal year. Twenty twenty two and we see parallels with the iphone six and iphone ten cycles parallels that tim cook address by pointing out that. We're at the bottom of the first. Where global five g. adoption is concerned. But you know it's not unagi. It is seriously always something with that guy in the wake of apples. Numbers apple insider ran an interesting piece. On how wrong most of the financial analyst were like seriously the peace said who. They were said what they expected then said by how much they missed then they said why in terms so forgiving almost makes you wonder why bother dunking on them in the first place after paragraphs of here's who's wrong by how much the peace says financial analysts can actually predict the future any better than other people and apple isn't helping as it continues to not give guidance for the next quarter while most of them were wrong about the june quarter. There were some good reasons to believe that q. Three twenty twenty one would end up closer to consensus reasons like the june quarter as historically apple. Slowest warnings of supply constraints for ipad. And mac rang in the ears of the analysts iphone. Sales usually slow this time of year as people start to anticipate new ones coming in the fall. So beat them up if you want to. There are reasons to cut them some slack. With if you'll forgive me for saying so some seriously notable exceptions going back to masking against kobe. Nineteen does not sound like fun but what if we say it to the tune of ll cool j's going back to cowley okay still not fun but somewhat musical anyway. If you're going to an apple store soon there is a better than good chance that you are going back to. Masking bloomberg ran report wednesday saying apple plans to restore a mask requirement at most of its. Us retail stores in effect for both stop and customers vaccinated. Were not the report. Says that is expected to start today in an email to stop seen by bloomberg apple told the troops after carefully reviewing the latest. Cdc recommendations and analyzing the health and safety data for your local area. We are updating our guidance. On face masks for your store. Starting the twenty ninth of july facemasks will be required in store for customers and team members even if they're vaccinated that apple says it's doing this out of an abundance of caution. Though apparently not an overabundance bloomberg says the mascot mandate is being put in place for more than half about apple's us stores not all also get taxed says apple and the memo to stop. the company. Said apple encourages everyone who is eligible to receive a covert nineteen vaccine to take it. Please talk to your doctor and decide. What's right for you because your doctor is going to say get taxed to interesting. That apple is encouraging retail. Stop to get vaccinated interesting because it sounds like tim. Cook's considering requiring kobe nineteen vaccines for office workers before they had back to the office. The delay on that has been confirmed by the way. And this whole thing gets kinda weird a piece from apple insider says see. Nbc posted to twitter on wednesday with news that google will require employees to get the copen vaccine and that it has postponed return to work until october. Cnbc's josh lipton responded to that tweet with another twitter post saying tim cook spoke with him. Tuesday about the same issue at apple followed by a quote from cook. Our main focus right now is on when to come back. We pushed it from early september. To at least october we are monitoring things daily to really conclude whether that is the right answer or not the wordings a little squishy but it sounds like lipton saying that cook is saying that. They're trying to decide whether requiring a kobe. Nineteen vaccine would be the way to go quick aside. The piece from tech crunch says like google. Facebook will require employees to be vaccinated before returning the campus. Better hope they don't check facebook. I.

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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

00:34 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on BTV Simulcast

"In Silicon Valley and beyond. This is Bloomberg technology with Emily Not only taking San Francisco and this is Bloomberg technology coming up in the next hour Facebook earnings are out in the social network warns growth could slow this year, especially when it comes to revenue. User numbers are in line, but investors want more shares are falling. Plus, Tim Cook and Elon Musk say the chip shortage may slow their companies down over the next few months. But it doesn't seem to be slowing down AMG. I'll talk to AMG CEO Lisa Shu about how the chip maker is bucking the trend taking on Intel and her outlook for one chip supply catches up to demand And the social network for professionals linked in predicts the great reshuffle with massive changes in the post pandemic workforce underway. CEO Ryan Rose Lansky joins US one year into the job. We'll get to all of that..

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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on John McCulloch

John McCulloch

00:45 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on John McCulloch

"Louis based system has over 20,000 employees in Michigan and announced their decision after immoral and ethical review process. The system is requiring vaccinations by November 12th and will offer religious or medical exemptions that will need to be approved. Ascension says The decision was made to ensure safety for patients workers in the community. White House, calling the bipartisan infrastructure agreement once in a generation Investment. A group of Republican and Democratic senators have been working for weeks to come to an agreement on upgrading the nation's infrastructure. The White House said the deal includes $550 billion in funding for public transit. Pastor rail bridge construction, clean drinking water and Internet We have date traffic and weather four times an hour. I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot. If I'm one of 1.5 Km 1400 Mhm. At six o'clock. Talk with Darryl would the fastest our on radio. Over. Some of our colleagues have been calling the violent insurrectionists, not terrorists. But tourists..

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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:35 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Right. This guy that anybody can solve it right. Yeah anybody can do it. He can because he's the guy that took you know. Logistics at apple took it to the next level and basically set himself up to be eventually the company and rightly so probably but even they have to be cautious about this. They can't control everything they can't they can't bust in line either and push everybody out of the way. I mean the kind of do that a little. Actually they do do that so dominant but they can't entirely do that. They can't just do that. So i'm not surprised to hear this except What would surprise me. Well what surprised me is that it would either be as bad as either. They are analysts. Say Because i think they planned for this like you alluded to earlier. They they have to. You know sort of thrown out there that yeah. We expect some delays. We're exactly sure this and that and the other and then they beat the expectations a little bit To like you know ship or tell them you're gonna ship late then ship early. It's a little bit. So i have a feeling over deliver. They haven't done a forecast in more than a year because they keep saying pandemic choppiness. We don't know what's going to happen. That's how cautious there. Yeah i mean. Listen the iphone sales over the last quarter. Wow i mean apple is that is your cash. Cow apple obviously services has seen arises well and it will continue to shift. What i think that i maybe echoing a lot of other people's sentiments where it's like okay so apple's really great at the supply chain tim cook now. Running the company is is. This is his his his knee. Sh- right this is. This is what he's good at. This is why he has taken the company so far while he's been at the helm but lots of other companies do the same thing and have really really smart people running the show and why why. Why has apple. You know somehow eluded this whole supply chain issue up until now. And i think the answer is. It won't forever you. You can only do so much you know behind the scenes trying to stack the blocks to make sure that this doesn't happen to you but supply chain is supply chain. Apple has some like secret underground bunker where they're making stuff that no one else about and that's not happening certain point there just aren't any components and it doesn't matter how magical tim cook skills it's obliging management or if you can't get them right build the the phones and i think that's what these implying is. These older nodes a. We don't know when the supply constrictions going to happen. I'm guessing the right. The analysts are right who are guessing they've eaten into their stockpiles and they're like well unless we come up with an idea. We're not going to be able to make enough iphones. We should warn analysts about that. Hopefully we'll figure it out or supplies will loosen up or something like that. Well speaking of niches. Let's talk about the music niche spotify. Listeners rose twenty two percent to three hundred and sixty five million dollars or million users rather and quarter to and it might not sound bad. Sounds not shabby at all. But it's less than everyone This is including spotify's What what. They expected so nobody. Nobody thought that they hit what they were supposed to. Spotify noted that with fewer people on the go because of lockdowns that might have something to do with. Fewer people may be willing to pay for music and podcasts. Now isn't expected effect. There's also this technical reason that they didn't sign up as many people they didn't see it coming. At one point spotify mehta change that stop sign ups for being properly verified through one of its partners that handle email verifications. by the time spotify. I noticed the problem and fixed it. It had failed verify between one and two million counts. That is not nothing a lot of people. The good news is though paying listeners Which spotify makes money off of anyway rose twenty percent to one hundred sixty five million. Which is you know again was to be expected. The amount of time people listen is on the rise as well with spotify saying it nearly It's nearly pre pandemic levels as where they're at spotify noted that it's podcast listening rose thirty percent year over year. A total hours consumed reaching an all time high up ninety five percent and beginning And it's beginning in money or is bringing in a bunch of money with podcast ad revenue up almost a meaningless six hundred twenty seven percent which beat expectations. We'll talk about why. That number seems a little slow small the samba and huge but anyway spotify a revised its year and forecast down from four hundred to two hundred twenty two million active listeners to a paltry four hundred to four hundred seven million active listeners which implies that four twenty two was maybe a little inflated and the four hundred to four hundred seven is probably more in line but man this is a great earnings report of spotify. Hadn't had that glitch right. it's still not deadly. It's not like it killed spotify quarter they you know. They're making money off off the paying listeners. And that went up twenty percent. It's overall good news but oh they must be looking at that going. Why why did that happen. You know why. Why did we let that happen because You know that happens. You lose a few thousand. You're upset you lose one to two million then that impacts your bottom line. I mean the good news. Is that sure if there was something that went wrong behind the scenes. The company is going to make the same mistake in the next quarter. So it'll it'll rectify itself. I i remained. So i was about to say impressed. I don't think impresses the right word. But so interested in the idea that podcasts slash audio consumption companies have taken such a hit from the pandemic and the idea is that people aren't moving around as much so people don't like this kind of content because people like this kind of content when they're going from point to point b Gaming companies video content companies have not had the same issue. It's it's the audio companies that have have taken a hit and the same audio companies. Who are saying okay. Lives coming back to normal. Where were you know. Things are okay again because it is really about someone's routine and where they can fit in something as they're doing something else. I grab your bud on the couch and do whether the pandemic better than stuff that leaves your is free to you know. Get bored and want to do something else. If you're not driving or biking or walking the dog or i mean that that just yeah that's right you you might see switchback. Just last wednesday we're talking about how net flicks Their earnings and their expectations were tempered. A little bit by people going out again. Yeah maybe that. As saying like starting to listen i yeah. We're we're starting to get better because of that. So you're right. it depends on how you look at it. I think it's also interesting that they're making all this money off. Podcasting spotify has made a big bet on podcasting. A lot of people have been skeptical of whether it would pay off for them. It's still too early to say for sure. It paid off But like you said six hundred twenty seven percent when you're coming from almost nothing is is somewhat meaningless guy. You're not wrong there. But but they are bringing it to an all time high. They are continuing to skyrocket. And that's what you need to see at the beginning of the hockey stick. Right you need to see it. Skyrocketing like that. And i think it means that you know spotify with all of its acquisitions it continues to make them bringing technology So far is working. There are still whether keep the momentum but so far it's working. I think it should give. I think it should be encouraging to content creators of all types us included to see that and see that that went well because that usually is a temperature of what sort of happening everywhere in theory and You know we'll see we'll see what happens but you know we all have our personal joe rogan's bear. I don't know what that means means spotify as like oh we will bear him happily as that money keeps pouring in. We're absolutely all right. We're also absolutely fine. Fact more than fine with dan compost the host of.

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Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

00:39 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tim cook" discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Cow apple obviously services has seen arises well and it will continue to shift. What i think that i m maybe echinacea other people's sentiments where it's like okay so apple's really great at the supply chain tim cook now. Running the company is is. This is his his his knee shred. This is this is what he's good at. This is why he has taken the company so far while he's been at the helm but lots of other companies do the same thing and have really really smart people running the show and why why. Why has apple. You know somehow eluded this whole supply chain issue up until now. And i think the answer is. It won't forever you. You can only do so much you know behind the scenes trying to stack the blocks to make sure that doesn't happen to you but supply chain is supply chain. Zap apple has some secret underground bunker where they're making stuff that no one else about and that's not happening a certain point. There just aren't any components and it doesn't matter how magical tim cook skills it's obliging management or if you can't get them right build the the phones and i think that's what these implying is. These older nodes a. We don't know when the supply constrictions going to happen. I'm guessing they're right. The analysts are right who are guessing they've eaten into their stockpiles and they're like well unless we come up with an idea. We're not going to be able to make enough iphones. We should warn analysts about that. Hopefully we'll figure it out or supplies will loosen up or something like that. Well speaking of niches. Let's talk about the music niche spotify. Listeners rose twenty two percent to three hundred and sixty five million dollars or million users rather and quarter to and that might not sound bad. Sounds not shabby at all. But it's less than everyone This is including spotify's What what. They expected so nobody. Nobody thought that they hit what they were supposed to. Spotify noted that with fewer people on the go because of lockdowns that might have something to do with. Fewer people may be willing to pay for music and podcasts. Now isn't expected effect. There's also this technical reason that they didn't sign up as many people they didn't see it coming. At one point spotify mehta change that stop sign ups for being properly verified through one of its partners that handle email verifications. by the time spotify. I noticed the problem and fixed it. It had failed verify between one and two million accounts that is not nothing a lot of people. The good news is though paying listeners Which spotify makes money off of anyway rose twenty percent to one hundred sixty five million..

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Apple Delays the Date for Employees to Return to Office

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:32 sec | Last week

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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months ago

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Takes Stand in Antitrust Trial

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"tim cook" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Talking Tech

"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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Witness for Apple: CEO Tim Cook

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 2 months 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 Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"In japan. Where outbreaks gonna. I love that really. Well that's bad So i'm half full for all the reasons molly said. I love the olympics. I like to watch them. Even with all the american broadcast network khomeinism that they do because god will you cut it out but i read the other day that only three percent of the japanese population is vaccinated. And that's kind of a problem. And i think it's really challenging to have a global event even if you limit in person spectators with that kind of of infrastructure. So i'm half full on the idea. I'm dubious about the reality and we're like what are we now like like six weeks out eight weeks out some. Yeah and most people in japan who have been pulled. Don't want it to happen. Like don't think that it's good idea. Don't think of safe. I mean. I truly cannot imagine. I guess i'm how full in the sense that i cannot imagine a scenario in which they cancel it at this late date but i don't think it's a good idea my really humming that logan. Now the yeah. That's right that's right. Come on nbc. Come get me. I would just like to shout. Sarah slasher here on the on the youtube jet. Where is drew's video. I agree. I can do video. Drew can do video. I'm just saying come on drew handy. how many screens. I have in the studio right now. I always a little webcam screen to look at yourself. The best is it. Looked yourself all right. Hide selfie camera. Nothing on zoom the past year and come. We'll get we'll get it going. We'll get it going moving on little webcam or half empty on the end of internet explorer. Internet explorer is it is effectively and for all intents and purposes. but aren't they just sticking with edge. Yeah i mean. Here's why. I'm weirdly full an internet explorer ending. And it's because it is proof to us that no behemoth lasts forever. There's there is hope that eventually all monopolies do in fact topple over and disappear. Internet explorer was like well over ninety percent of the market. I mean it does everything. Oh god that was. The root of the of the antitrust case against microsoft. Right wasn't it. yeah totally. Yeah and then netscape kimmel. It has been around by the way for twenty six years. I think it's gonna get even though everyone completely hates it. It's unusable for you know things like browsing the web and things it. It is a blockbuster treatment. Because it's like oh man really. That's what i grew up so funny. So al mcmurray. An edge is bad in panzer..

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Tim Cook's Bad Day in Epic vs Apple

The Vergecast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Tim Cook's Bad Day in Epic vs Apple

"All about the apple versus epic trial epic versus apple. It's i i was safe backwards. Epic versus apple epics the planet literally the testimony portion of the trial wrapped up minutes ago from you and i are talking. There is sort of fake version of closing arguments on monday where both layers are. Just gonna get asked questions. Bu the judge from what. I understand which is probably going to be way more fun than normal closing arguments probably way more fun also the term. Everyone is using for that. Closing argument is a hot tub ing which is very funny. Laporta will be in the courtroom for the hot tub ing but the actual testimony all the witnesses on the stand all the presentations of evidence wrapped up today. This week saw phil schiller craig. Federici tim cook on the stand. There's a lot to talk about their but wish to start with what just happened. Because the absolute end of the testimony portion of the trial with tim cook on the stand was fireworks. It just went sideways. There was very boring for a week. Lots of experts that we're not even talking about because they were so boring and then the judge kind of just in the tim cook. What happened at he. Yeah so you. A judge yvonne gonzalez rogers who is gonna be writing the opinion on the case and who occasionally interjects with some usually pretty interesting but very short questions. They more or less finished examining tim cook. And then judge rogers two steps in with a question and she's like okay. Well it seems like most of the revenue in the app store comes from games. So what's wrong with telling people that they can go and making purchases elsewhere. And then that just kicks off this ten minute long discussion where she and tim cook this like surprisingly testy exchange over whether it makes sense that once apple put like once a developer put something in the store apple brings enough value that it should get a cut of like whatever happens in that out forever. Yeah and to me. This is kind of the central question at the heart of this. Trial is who is in control of your phone in apple's answer kind of nakedly. Throughout his win we are in control of your phone

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"tim cook" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"No it's like that so it's like that. Yeah i'm sarah. I'm always thinking about money. This week we dig into the root of one woman's financial anxiety. New episode of this is uncomfortable drops thursday. Wherever you get your podcasts. A twenty thousand ford f one fifty lightnings to kazakhstan for like the first like to make..

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Takes Stand in Epic Fight Over App Store

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook Takes Stand in Epic Fight Over App Store

"Apple CEO Tim cook took the witness stand to defend the company's iPhone apps store against charges that has grown into an illegal monopoly guided by softball questions from apple lawyer in Oakland California courtroom cook's testimony sounded like a commercial for the iPhone cook defended apple's control over its mobile apps store as a way to keep things simple for customers and protect them against privacy and security threats he appeared an anti trust case brought by epic games the makers of the popular video game Fortnite epic is trying to prove that the apps store has morphed into a price gouging vehicle that blocks apps from offering other payment options Applebee's his appearance as an opportunity to tell its story while the app stores under scrutiny by regulators in the US and Europe I'm Jennifer king

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Apple brings CEO Tim Cook to court in defense of app store

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Apple brings CEO Tim Cook to court in defense of app store

"Have we turned the corner on the corona virus coronavirus infections are down to their lowest levels since last June and deaths are down to to a level not seen since July the percentage of Americans were fully vaccinated thirty eight percent about forty eight percent of gotten at least one Kovic shot according to Bloomberg's cove it tracker now the question many are asking if you've been vaccinated will you need a booster shot in the fall the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says maybe they don't know yet he tells CBS this morning that scientists are still tracking data on the virus possible variants he's also reminding those who haven't been fully vaccinated to keep the mask on I read a folate

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"tim cook" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"I'm zinsli for the wall. Street journal filling in for mendel llewellyn. We're expecting a big day in the court. Battle between apple and epic games lawmaker a fortnight after three weeks of testimony. The head of apple. Tim cook is expected to take the stand today to fend off allegations that it runs its app store as a monopoly are apple reporter tim. Higgins will be here to discuss what we've heard in the trial so far and what to expect..

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How ‘Law and Order’ Helped Florida Girl Confront Alleged Kidnapper

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

How ‘Law and Order’ Helped Florida Girl Confront Alleged Kidnapper

"Order, order, you you may may want want to to say say OK, OK, 11 11 year year old old Elizabeth Elizabeth Nell Nell says says a a man man with with a a knife, knife, grabbed grabbed her, her, threatened threatened her her and and tried tried to to drag drag her her to to his his van. van. It It was was all all Caught Caught on on video. video. He took me with his R and I was able to get him down to the ground and I was able Tonto get away. Florida Panhandle girl had been playing with blue slime and from watching law and order, she says she knew the importance of evidence, so she slimed him when deputies caught up with a would be kidnapper. The stuff was all over his arms. Melissa's mother, Amber got caught blue handed. Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando Apple CEO Tim Cook will take the witness

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Here’s the Latest on the Epic vs Apple Trial

BTV Simulcast

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Here’s the Latest on the Epic vs Apple Trial

"Of the high stakes courtroom battle between Apple and Fortnight maker Epic games, and this week it is apples turn to prove it is not an antitrust violator, with expectations that the tech giant will bring in its most powerful spokesperson, that is Tim Cook. To testify. Bloomberg. Mark Herman has the very latest. So mark, where are we with this trial? Yes. So we are in the probably final week of the trial. Today we've heard Phil Schiller, the former senior VP of marketing and now an Apple fellow in charge of the APP store testifying to Apple's business practices why the APP store operates the way it does. And its interactions with developers. And we've also gotten a few interesting stats about how the APP stores run that there are 280,000 games out of two million total APS and how much it costs Apple to run its annual developer conferences. So talk to us about the case that has been made so far. It sounds like you've repeatedly come out of these hearings. Feeling like epic hasn't really proven Its case. I mean, I'm not a lawyer or anything, but I've been listening into most of the trial on a daily basis, and I have simply not heard any compelling arguments or seriously compelling argument for how Apple is doing something not necessarily wrong. But how it's really hurting developers on all levels. You've heard Microsoft testify you've heard in video testify. I don't think epic has brought any smoking guns to the table about Apple, you know, purposely trying to cross smaller developers. Personally, I think you know, Apple's APP store fees are a bit too high for the year 2021. Given the economies of scale. Maybe 30% made sense where there were very few APS on the store. But now that 30% is generating nearly 20 billion profit per year and spread out across two million APS, you know that 30% is worth a lot more to Apple than it was way back in the day. So I think that needs to change. And even Phil Schiller echoed that when Apple launched its program to slice the fees for developers to generate under a million per year from 30% to 15%, Schiller said, he argued for the cuts be below 15%. So I think this is something that Apple recognizes in some respect, too. But regardless of opinions, regardless of how bad you know, epic thinks Apple behaves Is a contract at stake. And the first thing you need to know about the legal world is if you have a contract, and it's legitimate and all parties have signed it, and there's no contractual issues there. You know, it's pretty hard to argue with that piece of paper with signatures, and that's what Apple for all intensive purposes has with epic at this point.

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Tim Apple vs. Mark Facebook

Slate's If Then

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Tim Apple vs. Mark Facebook

"One actually start by going back three years ago to this moment when tim cook of apple goes on msnbc. We're looking at every app in detail. What is it doing is doing what it's saying it's doing. Is it meeting the privacy policy that they're stating right. You're nodding so. I know you remember this. You guys ic he covers tech for the new york times he knows this moment. Well because in this interview tim cook. Does something unusual talk. He's talking to chris. Hayes and kerr swisher about privacy. This is just after people's personal data from facebook was exposed in the cambridge scandal. Speak scandal and kara says but would you do what would i do. i wouldn't situation would. What did you think then. Because i was like whoa is aggressive for ceo to say i mean both been carrying business stuff for a long time and it feels really out of the norm for a ceo to just lobby. Grenade vat aggressively at another ceo. You know that is not necessarily at least at that time. A direct competitor look cook was doing was starting a fight between facebook and by extension between himself and mark zuckerberg over privacy. I think tim cook does actually believe at least some of this philosophy around privacy and that How the ad tech companies work in particular is more invasive. Been he would ever want his own company to be. This fight. came to a head this week. When apple released its new operating system system that could begin to change the internet that we've all largely given into the one where we trade our personal data for free services.

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Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ Event Recap

The Tech Guy

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ Event Recap

"Apple had a loaded event. I mean loaded event this week. They called it spring loaded. Get it last year. At this time. They did spring forward this year. Spring loaded and All the pundits agreed that that must mean. There's going to be a lot of stuff. It was exactly an hour to the to the second which is pretty nice because it was all recorded ahead of time and carefully edited a lot of really cool and interesting at its although my friend alex lindsay. Who's video production guy. In fact does a lot of these kinds of streams has done it for many companies including and the white house even so he's kind of knows how these live things Work he said there were two. It was butte. All the transitions. Were you know beautifully produce. You know zooms and drones and things except for there were a couple of what we call jump cuts very early on. There was one where Ceo of apple. Tim cook was walking on an apple park and they used apple park. Because it's spring in apple park. Looked beautiful and you know. Actually it looked beautiful to californians the rest of the world's probably looking at it and go and why is that so raggedy not manicured lawns and perfect trees. And all that stuff no. It looked like the california countryside. It was a little wild They call it. Zero zero zero graffiti. It's a low water landscaping using native plants. And it looks to me. it looks. It looks beautiful. Looks like you're on a hike through the foothills of the sierra in california. I mean it was beautiful but it might have looked a little ragged anyway tim. Cook's were walking through this and then all of a sudden he's walking through another part. There was a jump cut. And alex said and i think he's probably right. That means apple had something in there with a transition beautiful plan and stuff and they cut it out. Could've been important could have been unimportant but it was cut out so that's interesting. I

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Premium Subscriptions and More Coming to Apple Podcasts

The Audacity to Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Premium Subscriptions and More Coming to Apple Podcasts

"Apple hosted a new announcement event on april twentieth. Twenty twenty one with some exciting announcement is about hardware and other things but they gave a couple minutes to talk about new features coming to apple podcasts. In those couple minutes they shared information that is rattling the podcasting industry. Right now and i think has some really good implications. Some couples concerns with it of course but a lot more that in what you're about here in a livestream die hosted on youtube and clubhouse i and some others explored this and disgusting. So what you're going to hear may not be correct because these are our initial thoughts but nonetheless. I'd love to hear your feedback your questions. Your comments so comment on this episode at the audacity to podcast dot com and any links. That i can provide for more information will be in the show notes a tap or swipe away or on the website at the audacity to podcast dot com. Now here is that livestream. Let me describe what apple's biggest announcement was. I disagree with some of the headlines that they've used like they're using headlines saying apple leads the next chapter of podcasting with apple podcast subscriptions on actually say. No they're leading the next chapter of apple podcasts with apple podcast subscriptions and in the pre produced video. Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said that apple helped launch podcasts. Fifteen years ago and apple didn't help launch it. They certainly helped grow podcasts. And we do a lot apple because of when they included podcasts. In itunes four point nine in two thousand five that was huge for the industry because before then consuming podcasts was extremely difficult. But now it's gotten a lot better and there are so many other options are also better designed for different types of uses and such

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Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown

"Apple is unveiling some new products CEO Tim cook says there are new iPads hi macs and the gadget called air tags we can't wait to get these new products into your hands here tags are the size of a coin the next time the couch eats your keys toggle help find them Caroline Wolfe minestrone with apple says here tags help you find them using an iPhone timber's share and with creative strategies as their tags are precise it even has a directional arrow that will point you in the direction of where it is there will also be a new feature from apple requiring apps to obtain explicit permission from users before tracking their activity and whereabouts this could hurt apps like Facebook that rely on personal information to sell targeted ads I bet Donahue

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Apple Event: Tim Cook Talks About Apple Credit Card

Techmeme Ride Home

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Apple Event: Tim Cook Talks About Apple Credit Card

"Cook kicked things off this afternoon. Talking about the apple credit card of all things apparently spouses and partners can now merge their credit lines and there's a new apple cart family program where you can give anyone over the age of thirteen access to card. Spending power with spending limits. Built in

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Tech Giants Cut Commissions It Charges App Developers

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:30 min | 4 months ago

Tech Giants Cut Commissions It Charges App Developers

"Too big tech companies made a rare concession to developers that do business with them. Operators of mobile phone apps have to pay to get their products seen by customers of apple and google critics say those big tech companies are so powerful. They are like nation states and the charges for mobile phone apps. We're like a tax. Now comes a tax cut apple and google financial supporters of npr which we cover like any companies and here bobby allen reports video game developer derek. More in who runs a company called flow play says. It's daunting to sell his video games for mobile phones. Because apple and google app stores take a big cut in a market where there's a thirty percent fee for just for the platform. This breaks down the pipe to the extent where there's almost nothing left for developers. If you have a smartphone chances are you have to use an app store controlled by apple or google to download stuff. The company say they need to collect a commission on what you buy to support the privacy and security of apps apple and google have defended these fees for more than a decade but now the companies have caved and slash them. You have sort of the reality of this and then you have the optics of this. What mandy nelson of the analytics firm sensory tower means is yes. This is a victory for small app developers who are set to benefit the most but for apple at the end of the day or google at the end of the day. What does is actually meaning to. Their bottom lines is not that substantial. But this was never just about money are coming right in the midst of some serious legal jeopardy for apple and google state and federal. Investigators are probing whether the company's broke the law by allegedly making it hard for rivals to compete with them apple ceo. Tim cook is even scheduled to testify about these fees in a trial next month. So the timing of the fee cuts. That is interesting. Says chris saggers. He's a law. Professor at cleveland state university who studies antitrust issues. I think it probably reflects the sense of the two companies that they're insignificant trouble trouble saker says that extending in all of branch to developers. Right now is not going to do much about. Two firms made an agreement to lower their prices. Only when they're under immense legal pressure doesn't make me think that this market has become competitive that everything is fine more at the sixty two person video game company flow play. Says we'll take it. I would say the really small guys earn ecstatic so much. So that morton says he's gonna make some new moves into mobile video game apps

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Apple reopens all its stores

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Apple reopens all its stores

"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"Few of those you realize that there's something here and you start pulling that string further dan and that pulling at strings further led to eighth it led. Ecg it led to pudding essentially control limits. Run your heart. Where if it gets too low you get enough vacation gets too high. You get a notification and so all of these things in service of the the user the customer so that they can own their own their help in a way that they haven't been able to. Yeah now you have blood oxygen sensor at a time when this is an issue because of covid yeah and I'm already getting notes on that as well. That one more. Predictably because of what's going on right at the at the moment but it's been It's been an interesting journey. And i i've said this before and i. I really believe that if you sort of zoom out to the future and you look back and you ask. What is apple's greatest contribution ban. It will be in the health area the wellness and help area fascinating fascinating so okay so if we look at where we're at now with health if you just go by the new series six apple watch commercials the theme. That commercials already does that. It does all these things off. The future is now but what it suggests is that in terms of sensors and tracking and metrics that it really does that and perhaps the great challenge get ahead is not adding some new sensing capability to the watch. The maybe we're getting close to maxing out there that the challenge ahead is figuring out exactly what we can really get out of this information and how to look at this data and how to process it and how to use all of it to continue to make this an instrument to improve people's lives is that is that right him the trajectory or you going to censor coming i would say Never discount the the amount of innovation that can be in the future We've got things going on and our labs that are mind blowing that in some that we know will change some that. We're still pulling the string on to try to figure out how to do certain things and so there's a ton of innovation left to go there. I i would say to use a baseball analogy since we're in the world series Are about to be We're in early innings. I think we're in the early innings. I mean think about it. Think about the amount of sensors in your car right and arguably your body is much more important than your call argued and and so. I think there's i think there's many many other things. This is so cool. When i when i do. Something like Our quarterly earnings. Call after the earnings. Call out here okay. So this is a pond. I'm forgetting this fits the title like the ripple on either it's a metric caller. What you you can call it what you want. But the the sound of it and the look is unbelievable in normal day. Us about a normal day you would see people scattered all around these benches here to the sound itself. Makes these big big problems. Big challenges of the day seem so small now throwing coins young cine coins in there. Nobody has any money here. It will use apple pan. it's all digital after the break. Tim cook talks about apple's entrance to online fitness coaching. As well as the company's responses to the pandemic and its environmental initiatives we also ding back into the challenge of learning how to have better relationships with our devices at the top of the episode. We talked about the sonos. Move the premium portable smart speaker. That makes the perfect gift. This holiday season for music and podcasts lovers. Speaking of love you know how it feels when you find the one present that will make that very special person in your life really happy. That's exactly the way. I felt when i first listened to the sonos. Move a instantly that this was the gift i had to get four my co-producer robbie carbon who composes all the music for this show and does not possible to make me sound much better than i do in person. Robbie is an audio obsessive. So i know he'll go gaga over the moves custom designed woofer tweeter which balanced deep bass and the highest frequencies and. I bet he'll be stunned. By how the automatic true play tuning adapts the speakers equalizer to what he's playing and where he's listening. Especially because the weatherproof and drop resistant move will sound so good on that sweet deck that he's always talking as a man who has little patience for overly.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

04:17 min | 8 months 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 Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

06:16 min | 8 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"How are you. i'm good. Thank you so much for making the time this morning. Oh it's my pleasure. Love what you do. I appreciate your hosting here. It's pretty spectacular Could like working in a park. Yeah it literally is like working in part. This is michael roberts. Host of the outside podcast. Today we're going to take a walk around apple park with tim cook earlier in the fall. Apple had invited me to their headquarters in cupertino california to speak with cook. The ceo since two thousand eleven conversation took place several weeks after the apple product event or the introduced series. Six of the apple watch. The headline news was the addition of a blood. Oxygen sensor a tool that can uncover lying health conditions the slogan for the device according to one promotional video. The future of health is on your wrist. The other big announcement at the event was the launch of fitness plus a subscription based service. They will offer guidance. Studio workouts streamed apple devices by mid-december. It marks a significant step for the company. They are jumping into the rapidly expanding online training space in a major way. Tim cook was a fitness obsessive and a bit of a nature who regularly reads outside magazine was interested in speaking with me about apple's commitment to creating products that improve our health as well as apple's environmental initiatives his love for america's national parks. And even how we can all learn to put away our devices and just be outside apple park which is more than eighty percent greenspace and has some nine thousand trees is in fact a really good place to talk about all this. I mean we were sitting. You missed it a few minutes ago. It was on areas a red tail hawk sitting on top there. So obviously it's working. We were joking. If you've staged some dear to run out on the path is that is that kind of the way to think of it is a is a sort of to bring the the outside in and the inside al and so people can Many people do they work outside and they find places where maybe for solitude at sometimes in maybe four grew kind of things in in our preprinted pandemic world anyway It'll be fairly quiet today when we walk out because well they have about fifteen percent give or take the folks working everybody else's remote but did the idea of having a home like this in the valley was just unheard of you know. Most people did the skyscraper kind of thing or or the typical corporate campus of all these buildings where people never left their building so to speak with some vision their of efficiency right. Let's work was. Yeah yeah i mean it is very much That oh mindset was not around collaboration at all and so we wanted to build a place where people would sorta run into each other and in a circle. It's that is that. Is the design point right right as far as the park goes in and you were speaking about how people engage that. I'm i'd be curious to hear like how let's pretend it's it's not two thousand and twenty cova dimes. What does it look like. Normally if i'm standing here or walking around what am i seeing. How are how is the community of apple employees engaging with this outdoor space. You would see people riding bikes along here to get to one meeting to another. You would see people walking. You would see some people exercising r- running and so forth because it's a two and a half mile track around the place and so you put in a couple of laps in and you've got you've got a good workout for the day and you would see people sitting as we get into the the inner circle You would see people sort of spread out and working along tables and over near the pond. Some people alone some people would groups. What about you. Because you're sort of. I think i'll send a totally busy so when it gets up early and maybe the last guy to turn out the lights every night. This space is one hundred. Fifty acres is pretty incredible staring at it. What is this like literally in personally mean to you and how do you. How do you use this space. This is like working at a national park and provides that kind of feeling and so you know we all operate on inspiration and motivation. And you find your somewhere and the only difference between people is generally what level of what how inspired they are and how motivated they are to do different things and so nature. Really inspires me motivates me as it does the bulk of the people here. If you were to go inside the offices you would see conference. Rooms named after national parks. Right right i. I'm right around the corner from the grand canyon Road which which follows what you do with operating system names to history fluently. So here's the question. Then you have this incredible outdoor space. You have people who are inspired by nature. I wonder if apple. I don't know if it's official or unofficial policy. How you encourage your employees to spend time here whether it's because it's one thing to go for a bike ride and you're staring at your watch and your closing some activity loops and it's quite an. It's another thing to take an outdoor conference call or or meet with the group people on his another thing to say haven mixture. He spent some time out there. And it's like don't bring any device. Ed lee is is that something that apple consciously does or is it something you think. People are.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"With the Monica <Speech_Music_Male> Money Extra <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Chris Hill. <Speech_Male> Anytime <Speech_Male> Apple unveils <Speech_Male> the newest version <Speech_Male> of the IPHONE. <Speech_Male> The spotlight is <Speech_Male> on Tim Cook <Speech_Male> as CEO, <Speech_Male> he's led apple <Speech_Male> to a market cap <Speech_Male> of two trillion <Speech_Male> dollars and <Speech_Male> he's been a model <Speech_Male> of stability along <Speech_Male> the way. <Speech_Male> Even before <Speech_Male> becoming CEO, <Speech_Male> he made his <Speech_Male> bones as a great <Speech_Male> operations manager. <Speech_Male> He <Speech_Male> wasn't known for taking <Speech_Male> risks <Speech_Music_Male> except one <Speech_Male> time. <Speech_Male> Before joining <Speech_Male> Apple Tim Cook <Speech_Male> was at IBM <Speech_Male> for more than a decade <Speech_Male> and then <Speech_Male> joined Compaq <Speech_Male> as a senior executive <Speech_Male> in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> the following year <Speech_Male> he went to work at Apple. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Keep in mind at <Speech_Male> that point in time, <Speech_Male> apple was pretty <Speech_Male> close to the bottom <Speech_Male> of its fortunes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Cook. Had A good job <Speech_Male> at a stable <Speech_Male> company. <Speech_Male> So, why did he do it? <Speech_Male> bestselling <Speech_Male> author Leander <Speech_Male> Caney has <Speech_Male> written the book on Tim <Speech_Male> Cook Literally. <Speech_Male> And when <Speech_Male> we talked last year, <Speech_Male> he shared why <Speech_Male> cook despite <Speech_Male> friends telling him not <Speech_Male> to go work at apple <Speech_Male> made <Speech_Male> the leap anyway <Speech_Male> 'cause Steve. <Speech_Male> Jobs, mesmerized <Speech_Male> him. <Speech_Music_Male> He had steals <Speech_Music_Male> pocket in the first <Speech_Male> five minutes <Speech_Music_Male> <hes> onboard. <Speech_Music_Male> You know rather he he <Speech_Music_Male> just he he <Speech_Music_Male> was he was seduced <Speech_Music_Male> by by jobs. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> he felt <Speech_Male> that jobs was a <Speech_Music_Male> legend obviously in Silicon <Speech_Music_Male> Valley <hes> <Speech_Music_Male> and it was just <Speech_Music_Male> a great opportunity. <Speech_Music_Male> He he <Speech_Music_Male> he bought into the vision <Speech_Music_Male> he felt. <Speech_Music_Male> Like jobs <Speech_Music_Male> that the company could be saved <Speech_Music_Male> and that he can play <Speech_Music_Male> a crucial role in that. <Speech_Male> So he was <Speech_Male> on board almost immediately <Speech_Music_Male> and he's <Speech_Music_Male> actually talked about this a couple <Speech_Music_Male> of times and said that <Speech_Music_Male> it wasn't a Russian <Speech_Music_Male> decision. <Speech_Music_Male> Rationally on <Speech_Music_Male> pipe if he'd written out <Speech_Music_Male> in a list of <Speech_Music_Male> pros and cons <Speech_Male> I, mean, there would <Speech_Music_Male> be hardly any pros. <Speech_Music_Male> It would just be a <Speech_Music_Male> long list of cons <Speech_Male> <hes> unlike <Speech_Music_Male> you said, the company <Speech_Music_Male> was nearly bottom <Speech_Music_Male> it was it was about <Speech_Music_Male> six months from bankruptcy. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> So they had. <Speech_Music_Male> A lot to <Speech_Music_Male> do. <Speech_Music_Male> In I <Speech_Male> think <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> You know with the benefit of <Speech_Music_Male> hindsight it's been <Speech_Music_Male> super successful <Speech_Male> is unbelievably <Speech_Male> successful. But yeah, <Speech_Male> the time it was very, very <Speech_Music_Male> risky move but I think <Speech_Music_Male> him. <Speech_Music_Male> Very, very persuasive <Speech_Music_Male> causes also very <Speech_Music_Male> rational to I think <Speech_Music_Male> as well I think that definitely appeals <Speech_Music_Male> to. <Speech_Music_Male> To Cook <Speech_Music_Male> Character I think <Speech_Music_Male> he laid out a <Speech_Music_Male> plan that <Speech_Music_Male> was that was <Speech_Music_Male> smart. That was <Speech_Music_Male> rational smart <Speech_Music_Male> and. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Achievable, <Speech_Male> if <Speech_Music_Male> you WANNA learn more about <Speech_Music_Male> the man running apple <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> checkout canes <Speech_Music_Male> bestselling book <Speech_Music_Male> Tim, Cook <Speech_Music_Male> the Genius <Speech_Music_Male> who took apple <Speech_Music_Male> to the next level. <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Chris <Speech_Music_Male> help. Thanks for listening. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> We'll see <Speech_Music_Male> you next time.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Find a way for both to win. If you're working with a partner in business, find a way for both to win. That contest is set up as a win. Lose and not something I. Want Apple to be a part of. Zero. Win Lose. A lot of the A lot of debates we're having debates about trade debates particularly on immigration, which I know, apple has strong feelings about experience was so we want to talk a little bit about that right after we take this? We're listening to my April two thousand eighteen interview with Apple. CEO Tim Cook. We're GONNA. Take another break now. We'll be back soon. I remember I used to have a history teacher at UCLA. WHO said to us that there are times when you could feel fist history tightening around. You always thought about that. She's talking not long after nine eleven. But this is another one of those moments. It is a hinge moment in the American democratic experiment. The entire globe battered by the coronavirus. We're dealing with some of our oldest wounds in this country on an entirely new technologies, and it is a crazy time. I'm Ezra Klein host of Poncho podcasts and what we're trying to do right now is understand our time and try to find some the ideas that might help us chart. Out of it the best you months. We've talked Tommasi Coats about why the protests made him. Pull tomorrow through cotto about the ways in which economics profession has misunderstood the concept this this measure, the concept of value to Elizabeth Warren about her plan to combat the coronavirus trust doubts. About whether or not American site, he's become decadent. He's evolving conversations and there are so many more I hope you'll join me every Monday and Thursday to stay informed, and maybe we get a sense of hope is well subscribed. Show on Apple podcast. spotify wherever you're listening to this right now. These are really difficult, crazy stressful times, and if you're trying to sort of cope, it could be helpful to find something that gets beyond like doom scrolling, and like obsessive worried, but digs into what is really going on underneath the surface, and that's what the weeds is all about I matthew yglesias. Reads podcast here on the box. Medium podcasts that this podcast for people who really want to understand the policy debates and policy issues shaping our world. We've seen now more than ever like how relevant policy is to our actual lives, but so much in the news isn't focused on really understanding and explaining detail way. If that sounds good, you join us for the weeds, Tuesday Friday to find out what's going on. Why matters what we can do about it? You could download the weeds, apple, spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts. Obviously. Atmosphere the rhetoric in the country on migration is very intense right now. And on interesting story about colleges, reporting on the numbers for foreign students, applying the US and there's been an appreciable decline. Right that clearly seems to be. Related to the rhetoric, coming from the White House particularly. Apples a company that employs a lot of immigrants. What are you guys seeing on the front lines? Is it harder recruit people to come here? Given the current political. I think on the on the student visa piece I. Think part of it is the rhetoric. I think part of it is the cost of college is too high. And that not only affects our folks domestically effects, the international as well and there are other international schools that are. Becoming more competitive as well, but here's what we're seeing. I talked to a lot of folks in our company the DACA situation. Is One that A. I am personally as an American, deeply offended by. The. DACA situation is not an immigration issue. It's a moral issue. Is One that goes to the core of who we are as Americans. Who among US would think that it's the right thing to do to kick somebody out of this country. That came here when they were one two three years old that have only known this country as their home that no, no other countries their home. This just doesn't make any sense. And so I. Don't like the the the gun was ever fired here. It should never been fire in terms of gun. President did not provoke it. The attorney general should not have provoked whoever revoked? It should not have done this. I don't see this as a partisan issue. This is not about whether. You're red or blue, conservative or liberal. This is about America. This is that simple and so I'm very disappointed with both parties. They have not. You've been doing that. You would met with President trump. You were on new at different meetings at them talked about these issues. You brought up Daca. What are you all doing now? Because you? You didn't think it would get this far. Presumably, what are you? What can you do now? You spend a lot of time on all kinds of other things. Pressured, I was just on the hill. Few weeks ago two three weeks ago and this was the subject in every meeting I had. Because at this stage, the people who can change this are inside the beltway. And so all of us that feel passionately about this. Have to put our emphasis on those people that can vote. And we've got to bring them to action. How both parties are people privately? You're telling book parties. Everybody meeting with regardless of whether they have an are by their name or a d. are telling me that they do not want any of the folks to leave this country, but they're not doing anything. That has Apple or all the tech industry people with some you have some influence. What can you actually do you push on Congress and you? You push the administration your lobbying. Oh, absolutely! I'm personally lobbying on those. Without rancor. People can discuss the future immigration strategy for United States. And, there will be many different views on that. But that's worthy of national discussion. But what is not worthy of a national dispersion whether to kick out two million people that have been here since they were young, that is not worthy of a discussion. Let me bring in. Cesar Montelongo. Is In fact a Dhaka eligible individual. How do you feel about watching this play out? It's very hard especially at a personal level, not knowing what is going to happen with your life, but at the same time I'm in MVP student, and that takes quite a lot of effort so everyday I have get out and put my heart into everything I do but without knowing what's going to happen, you're an. An MD PhD student right now. Yes, and you are, are you, are you? DACA join your in Dhaka right now. Yes, yes, I'm yes I'm currently DACA and my permit will expire in a few months in September, so you just quite literally have no idea whether you'll be rendered ineligible for everything. You're doing in your life in a few months, right? That's correct. It's unthinkable that it's happening in this country..

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"tim cook" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"And it's another shining reason why privacy and data privacy is so important going back to the original discussion overseas still thing would be on it for twenty minutes so something now, surely that's all been solved. Tim cook said what he's going to side. Everybody agrees jumped up. Okay. So last bit. And then we gotta go apple is going to launch or looks like they're going to launch their apple TV service. That is their streaming TV service in over one hundred countries. The US debut is expected to be in the first half of two thousand nineteen. I think this is big because it goes to again, what's going to happen with the changing landscape of TD provides. Yes. Feels like everything's breaking up. I'm I'm actually looking forward to Opal's thing. But how many of these services can usefully take on? I had some prime for a bit. So I had the TV, but I just saw it wasn't using prime. So that I have net flicks. But I think recently I've been I've been watching much other than the good place. But the good place is worth a Netflix subscription. So definitely keeping him out one. I'm going gonna take on his well, I presume because I'm an apple music. Subscriber. And I have this Applegate. That's it won't be a big extra cost. But is that the thing is going to be another extra fee? Do we know that yet? We don't know if Apple's is going to be another extra fee or rolled into part of the apple music package. Somehow what we do know is that this kind of thing changes the landscape in an important way. Because it goes to that question of how many services can you take on.

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"tim cook" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Oh, I'm no, no. But that's an excellent segue into another story that I want to talk about. So this is a good one. Tim cook, Tim cook is usually very softspoken. And usually very gracious and usually talks about things that are nice things that are good and positive in the world. Right. Yes. But not now Tim cook praised the European Union. So there's the positive part. And called for the United States to follow the European Union's lead with the federal law to protect citizens rights against the threat of what he's calling the data industrial complex now. The data industrial complex is a term it recalls. President Eisenhower's the military industrial complex, and what what he was sort of warning against. There was the notion that when military and industry work together that they become symbiotic, and that they become powerful and stand a chance to to take the country in places that it would not ordinarily, otherwise go. That that you use sort of end up with this thing that is out of your control and guides policy in bad ways, and guide society in bad ways, potentially because military's as we know our best at breaking things and causing damage. That's that's what they're good at. Well, then it's too. So let's not critical of that. But I didn't know that. Well, you say that. But there were a number of missions for them that were said to be humanitarian or liberating or things like that. And it didn't exactly work out. Like, I as a European. I hadn't heard that Eisenhower things. So I thought cooks phrase, I quit path will but some smartly clunky. But now get the historical context. Appreciate it. It's interesting. Yes. So the military industrial complex is an informal alliance between the nation's military and defense industry that supplies. It seemed together as as a interest group that influences public policy, and it was it was around a little bit in that timeframe before the nineteen sixties, but it gained popularity efforts Houston. Farewell presidential address in nineteen sixty one. And to put things in perspective. The United States spent more in absolute numbers on military than the next thirteen nations combined. So there's there's quite definitely a military industrial content con complex now what cook is sort of talking about. Here is the notion that data is being weaponized against us against users with military efficiency. And that's his quote. His quote says our own information is being weaponized against us with military efficiency. We shouldn't sugarcoat the consequences. This is surveillance and these stockpiles of personal data only served to enrich the companies that collect them he gave a fifteen minute speech. And he said we see vividly painfully how technology can harm rather than help platforms and algorithms that promised to improve our lives can actually magnify our worst human tendencies rogue actors and even governments have taken advantage of user trust to deepen divisions, incite violence, and even undermine our shared sense of what is true, and what is false. This crisis is real it is not imagined. Or exaggerated or crazy? And those of us who believe in technologists Lynch for good must not shrink from this moment. Now more than ever as leaders of governments as decision makers and business, and as citizens we must ask ourselves fundamental question. What kind of world do we want to live in time? Even as a ride. I would recommend people watch the speech if you get a top inside. And you look at the news story about this right at the top embedded video of him doing it. And I think he delivers his ipod of what you said that we use him saying nice things still has that same even tone of voice. He does the way good morning you Greco's him straightaway. But then he goes into this much harsher to Williams. I mean, let's not exaggerate. You just need banging the podium signing in front of it. But he clearly means this is not Khrushchev's shoe on the desk because the United Nations banging away. Right. Not yet. No. But he's Roxy ramping up to this. I mean, we should explain this was in the thirty ninth international conference about data securities, particularly. Nation in New York, actually, went wide..

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"tim cook" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Carry over from last episode that's made powering down and was Demi off from the rest of the episode. Wow. All right. Anything else for you? Wanna get into this thing. We got. We got some real twisted stuff to talk about. Damage new iphone that it's it's relates to movies because you can watch movies on this. I phone. Let's talk about it. How do you like the excess max. I just actually took out my old. I phone the big one. What was it called? Again, I forget was the old cope a. plus yet and the the new one, I'm used to the big screen ready. It's just the screen is entirely too too tall for. I mean, I'm I'm not shocked so I can't go from the bottom of the top withholding one hand, but otherwise, I don't know, cool phone. They like apple standard case is basically a guarantee. You're going to break your phone at some point. So I'm excited to get my more protective case. I've had great luck with the apple leather case. Great luck with it. Oh, yeah. Cook sponsor the pot. All right. Well, keep mentioned, Tim cook, listening, this pod. I mean, I feel like out of all CEO's, probably one of the more likely ones since it is his product now on. Yeah, Ilan's definitely a listener he has to be. We did. I think we put his name in the title of one of our episodes and he seems like a guy who does Google himself. So I think that might be, I'm gonna put a Tim Cook's name in this episode actually tend to go to the episode title gonna make it really clicked Beatty too. So he has no idea. Did they have socially, you're on social media at large corporations in the past. They have teams that crawl through social media, right? Like all sorts of it and find out what people are saying. We know that for sure. But do they have software that can like listen to podcasts like robotically and determine whether or not people are talking about the company or the leader, you think? Well, I do know that James corden probably doesn't. Have software like that because he would probably have either beaten shit out of all of us or killed all of us. So though I don't know, Kim jackets up, this is typically your call. Could you be up James corden or kick your ass. Small Fatman. I could beat him. He's a Hollywood talk show. Okay, he's our height. He's our height. Same height is us. I think I would just run around like a boxer like may whether in circles around him just tire amount of bit just just and between our regular slander and he put up, did you guys see the video? He did for late night where he did like a hospital skip, but every single line of dialogue was Drake, line drink lyric. I coach waited. I already just quoted. This is the worst thing I've ever seen and it got like five thousand likes. That's all I said was more thing I've ever seen. So he's definitely gonna fuck in out forming right now. The most the most James corden thing was him doing a parody of the khanjian little pump. It has some of the most just nasty Lear IX in the world change until like yet. Gone and love my show that Galvante it. Basically kids, he's gonna pull up on us with the burner, but it's going to be like a folk and musket or something. So he's only gonna be able to kill one of three of us. We are. We are very different on pod and on social with how we talk about James corden though I will say that we treat him like the fuck and king. I actually, if you just look pictures, James corden on our Twitter, most of the captions have the word king in them, but on the pod at the different story. It's two worlds. It's two completely different worlds on how we treat, how we treat Mr. corden. Okay. I think that's that on the before we get into news bits, we usually do. Oh, and I just told trailers for he got on..

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"tim cook" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Carry over from last episode that's made powering down and was Demi off from the rest of the episode. Wow. All right. Anything else for you? Wanna get into this thing. We got. We got some real twisted stuff to talk about. Damage new iphone that it's it's relates to movies because you can watch movies on this. I phone. Let's talk about it. How do you like the excess max. I just actually took out my old. I phone the big one. What was it called? Again, I forget was the old cope a. plus yet and the the new one, I'm used to the big screen ready. It's just the screen is entirely too too tall for. I mean, I'm I'm not shocked so I can't go from the bottom of the top withholding one hand, but otherwise, I don't know, cool phone. They like apple standard case is basically a guarantee. You're going to break your phone at some point. So I'm excited to get my more protective case. I've had great luck with the apple leather case. Great luck with it. Oh, yeah. Cook sponsor the pot. All right. Well, keep mentioned, Tim cook, listening, this pod. I mean, I feel like out of all CEO's, probably one of the more likely ones since it is his product now on. Yeah, Ilan's definitely a listener he has to be. We did. I think we put his name in the title of one of our episodes and he seems like a guy who does Google himself. So I think that might be, I'm gonna put a Tim Cook's name in this episode actually tend to go to the episode title gonna make it really clicked Beatty too. So he has no idea. Did they have socially, you're on social media at large corporations in the past. They have teams that crawl through social media, right? Like all sorts of it and find out what people are saying. We know that for sure. But do they have software that can like listen to podcasts like robotically and determine whether or not people are talking about the company or the leader, you think? Well, I do know that James corden probably doesn't. Have software like that because he would probably have either beaten shit out of all of us or killed all of us. So though I don't know, Kim jackets up, this is typically your call. Could you be up James corden or kick your ass. Small Fatman. I could beat him. He's a Hollywood talk show. Okay, he's our height. He's our height. Same height is us. I think I would just run around like a boxer like may whether in circles around him just tire amount of bit just just and between our regular slander and he put up, did you guys see the video? He did for late night where he did like a hospital skip, but every single line of dialogue was Drake, line drink lyric. I coach waited. I already just quoted. This is the worst thing I've ever seen and it got like five thousand likes. That's all I said was more thing I've ever seen. So he's definitely gonna fuck in out forming right now. The most the most James corden thing was him doing a parody of the khanjian little pump. It has some of the most just nasty Lear IX in the world change until like yet. Gone and love my show that Galvante it. Basically kids, he's gonna pull up on us with the burner, but it's going to be like a folk and musket or something. So he's only gonna be able to kill one of three of us. We are. We are very different on pod and on social with how we talk about James corden though I will say that we treat him like the fuck and king. I actually, if you just look pictures, James corden on our Twitter, most of the captions have the word king in them, but on the pod at the different story..

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"tim cook" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Yeah with a number of for sure along them early i had a couple of screen names though floating around the whole thing to do back then like change your screen like a that's how you rebrand branded that's how you birth to yourself i wish we still had the ability of screen names like for texting that'd be a tight feature away messages on i message would be tight yeah no doubt dodge tim cook if you're listening which i'm sure he is let that tim cook yeah there was nothing more exciting than here in that swing door open on that well messenger seeing that screen that you knew you know the crush yeah exactly icecream babe thirty one time for that man i swear to god man fourth grade i remember there is this girl she was like oh it's your aim and then like this really set a precedent i think because she she hits me on she's like hey like she's like what's up and i immediately was exhausted i was like i want no part in this i don't have time for this small talk i i'm not interest here's my number soon me picks yeah yeah i i was like i gotta go but i didn't tell it wasn't interested i was just sort of like this is boring i could be playing i could be playing dreamcast right now oh yeah the first the first few girls that liked me growing up i was repulsed by the very nervous i was like i'm not ready for this lifestyle i don't know what i'm not ready to do with reo i was shocked i thought they were weird yeah something wrong with this person was like how i treated them yeah i was i was very mean to all the girls looking back fellas but you know maybe they were right or you were right there was something a little off about them if they were slide into your ours are maybe specifically because it was us about that i mean i think that that's like yeah it was like vall sell child also i remember girl like my sister a girl in my.

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"tim cook" Discussed on iMore

iMore

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on iMore

"You know maybe we don't want to so so is this gonna i you know i i don't know i assumed because apple has been very strict about about and very specific about saying we don't want your personal data we don't wanna keep it we don't want to use it we don't need it and we're not going to and and so here we are in a position where we have someone coming from a company that's known exactly like you said to kamata make commodities of our of our data is is this going to change yeah so i this is this is a fascinating thing to be because how you know up to this point apple has worked in a way that they try to do as much on devices possible and whenever it does need to go to servers they've got differential privacy in place and third parties have third parties of pundits and things like that people who sort of our apple watcher so to speak have complained that those extra steps makes this technology not as powerful and suggests that the only way to make it really good is by taking different approaches like ones google does i don't see tim cook and the rest of apple sort of bowing to that belief they haven't up to this point and what i think we've got here you know whenever you get truly talented people who know who are experts in certain fields they like challenges they liked being being challenged and showing that they can do things that other people can't do and i feel like i i don't have any insight on this but i just feels like one of those situations where apple was looking for the best possible person and then i have to wonder like why would he leave google and yes money is always involved a great offer but also people who once you make a certain amount of money it's like you know i can work anywhere i could retire right now if i went to and so you are looking for a reason to make a change and i think that one of those changes is a challenge and so if he can come in and lead the effort to keep differential privacy in place to keep on device.

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"tim cook" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on Geek News Central

"This is tim cook's comments about privacy being a human right is that too far from the truth at this point now we all know we have a reality check here on the shell that we know that we are the product or on facebook all right we know that the data we put out there is being publicly mind and everything else we're all pretty straight on this up to this point right but this this is a the tide may have turned here a little bit folks and public opinion is moving back to be more conservative moving back to the right about the monitor that they feel willing for companies to share and this example with the grinder website shearing that very private information to third parties in my opinion and controversial in this day and age in you know i i and i don't know what the lgbtq community is going to have to say about grinder i really don't and we'll see what the fallout of this is but for them to share that information to me is is like wow so so okay so let's think about would this would there be outcry if there was a sharing of information like this on a heterosexual dating site would there be an outcry if tinder was sharing all kinds of personal information about the people that use the site to third parties do even know if they are not.

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"tim cook" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tim cook" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Tim cook is very much not crazy so if you wanna think of insulting tim cook i mean there you go he's he's a sane as he get and but that leads to a boring company and i i don't know how you fix that you know they've kind of leaned on johnny i've for vision but john's boring too i mean perhaps the greatest industrial designer river limb but he he's boring he he likes clean lines aluminum and glass you know white rooms they need somebody at the higher levels at least somebody just advising things who you know is this is a little more creative and that's the thing it was a lot of people want apple then what the board fired him cook i think that's that's too far because they can do way worse than tim cook but they need somebody up there you know in in at the high levels and the high level meetings who who has a little pizzazz who has a little vision you know maybe they could bring back to i don't know if he wanted or you know maybe they can find someone else i do think that's what they need if they want to keep their edge i know they're still making a lot of money you know there's still much more relevant these days i think than microsoft or in some ways google but so that's another thing to not to change subjects but the change subjects i've been experimental google services lately and especially google photos and i don't know if i'm going to switch from our cloud to google but i'll say this the i in google photos is amazing mean the cloud was okay you know it's better than you might think apples could be but it's nothing compared to google's i mean just give you an example there is a picture i was looking for is actually a picture of a friend's family with her dead brother in the picture you know he died like by year after the picture was taken right and i i saw that an a collage that google photos it made those were google photos screws up i didn't have a leak to the original photo i just had the clutch on how am i gonna find this photo.

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