To mark the release of Fred Vogelstein’s new book “Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution”,Â Cult of Mac chatted to the author to gets his thoughts on the iOS vs. Android smartphone wars, writing a… Read more ›
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Bloomberg Businessweek is back with another extended interview from its big Apple cover story of Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and CraigÂ Federighi. After publishing the original story, a full transcript of the interview with Cook was published online over the past weekend. Now the same thing has been done for Jony Ive and Craig Federighi, who […]
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Rubicon, the developer behind successful iOS game, Great Big War Game, announced its latest game in development, Combat Monsters, an interesting mix of tactical, 3D monster battles with deck building card game mechanics. The game is coming to iOS, Android, Mac, PC, and (what?) Blackberry fairly soon, so we thought it would be a good […]
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How much interest is there in Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference?
Enough to stage an alternative free five-day conference with over 40 speakers and hands-on labs that WWDC attendees may want to check out for all the topics Apple isn’t likely to cover. For the second year running, AltWWDC will be hosting the have-nots (as in have no WWDC tickets) for [Read More...]
The full video of Apple CEO Tim Cook being interviewed at the D11: All Things Digital conference is now available to watch online. The hour and twenty minute long conversational talk features AllThingsD’s Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg asking Cook a vast array of questions on a wide variety of topics, including Apple’s stock price, current and future products, Apple’s TV endeavors, hints of the [Read More...]
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview this year at AllThingsD’s D11 conference started off with a cheerleader vibe, who said that Apple was not in trouble. He re-iterated that Apple continues to be a market leader, sold 85 million iPhones and 42 million iPads last quarter, and has seen drops in [Read More...]
For the first time since Steve Jobs died, his widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, will speak on TV â€” in this case, in an interview on Rock Center with Brian Williams this evening, in just a few hours.
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Steve Jobs’ widow, Laurene Powell Jobs has kept herself busy with a number of different projects since the passing of her late husband. Yet, despite hanging out with the Clintons, one thing Jobs hasn’t done is offer an interview to a major news outlet.
Friday, April 12th on Rock Center with Brian Williams, Laurene Powell Jobs is set to be interviewed, for the first time since Steve’s passing, to advocate for young [Read More...]
Last Friday, the BBC published part of its interview with Jony Ive, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Industrial Design, which was shown during a special episode of children’s television show Blue Peter on Saturday morning. The full interview has now been posted to YouTube, and it shows Ive talking about product naming techniques.
Ive was asked how he would design a lunchbox, a task that Blue Peter put [Read More...]
The first major TV interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook aired last night, where he spoke at length with NBC’s Brian Williams. A wide variety of topics are discussed, including Cook’s role as CEO, Steve Jobs, the mishaps of Apple Maps, Apple TV, manufacturing, the future of Apple, The Jetsons (yes, the cartoon), competition, and other little tidbits, like Apple’s purpose which led to this great quote [Read More...]