Tim Cook still thinks HomePod’s appeal is music more than AI

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Tim Cook still thinks HomePod’s appeal is music more than AI

It’s already known that, to Apple, its upcoming HomePod smart speaker’s biggest feature is that it “rocks the house.” To Apple, that remains the HomePod’s biggest strong suit. In a Bloomberg interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed the HomePod price and its …
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Tim Cook Confirms Apple’s Focus on Autonomous Driving Systems

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Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken to Bloomberg to clarify for the first time the company’s intentions in the automotive market, following several reports in recent months indicating that the company has put its ambitions to build a car on the back-burner.

“We’re focusing on autonomous systems,” Cook said in an interview on Bloomberg Television. “It’s a core technology that we view as very important.”

“We sort of see it as the mother of all AI projects,” Cook said in his most detailed comme…
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Tim Cook slams Trump’s decision to withdraw from Paris climate pact in company-wide email

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Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook was among a handful of influential executives urging President Trump to remain in the Paris climate accord. Despite pleas from Cook and others, however, President Trump today announced that the United States will withdraw from the pact, marking a blow to climate change efforts.

In wake of Trump’s announcement, Tim Cook has sent an email to Apple staff reiterating the company’s stance on climate change and slamming the president’s decision…9to5Mac

Tim Cook spotted testing glucose tracking on Apple Watch

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The next major breakthrough for Apple Watch is currently being tested by none other than Apple CEO and fitness freak Tim Cook. A new report claims that Cook has been spotted walking around Apple’s corporate headquarters wearing a special Apple Watch attachment that could be a game-changer for people with diabetes. According to CNBC, the […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks Accessibility With Three Accessibility Activists

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In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, which takes place tomorrow, Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with three YouTubers to discuss the Accessibility features built into Apple’s iOS and Mac devices.

Each of the three YouTubers, who met Cook at Apple’s campus for coffee, have shared their conversations with the CEO on their respective YouTube channels. All three, including legally blind filmmaker James Rath, deaf advocate and vlogger Rikki Poynter, and actress Tatiana Lee, who was born with Spina Bifida, talked about the Apple products that they use in their daily lives. The three interviews can be watched below.