Tag Archive: Talks


Apple veteran Bill Atkinson talks about the early days of Macintosh

I’m a sucker for hearing ex-Apple employees talk about the company’s early days. In particular, it’s fascinating to find out more about the development of innovations like MacPaint and the Mac graphical interface, as well as speculate over who was really responsible for the Macintosh’s creation. On this week’s episode of the Triangulation podcast, tech broadcaster Leo Laporte interviews […]

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Jony Ive talks Steve Jobs, design, and how Apple can stay hungry

Charlie Rose has become Apple’s go-to guy when it comes to mainstream media interviews, and to that end Rose recently scored an exclusive conversation with none other than Apple’s design god Jony Ive. In a leisurely chat lasting more than half an hour, Rose asks about Ive’s relationship with Steve Jobs, the qualities Apple looks […]

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Apple in talks to secure OLED panels for iPhone 8

It’s hardly speculation to suggest that, as soon as Apple is rumored to be entering a new area of production, every manufacturer with capacity wants to get in on the new opportunities. The latest example of this is Japan Display, which is reportedly in the early stages of converting one of its factories in Ishikawa […]

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Apple TV Tech Talks are coming soon to a city near you

Developers didn’t get any in-depth coding knowledge for tvOS at WWDC this year, but Apple is making up for it by launching the Apple TV Tech Talks tour that will bring technical information on building and designing great Apple TV apps to developers around the globe. Registration for the Apple TV Tech Talks opened today […]

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Angela Ahrendts talks transforming the Apple Store

Apple’s retail guru Angela Ahrendts took to the stage at Fast Company‘s ongoing Innovation Festival to talk her role as senior vice president for retail and online stores. With the highest sales-per-square-foot of any U.S. retailer, the Apple Stores were hardly in need of a total overhaul, but Ahrendts nonetheless discussed the ways she’s trying to […]

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Angela Ahrendts talks transforming the Apple Store

Apple’s retail guru Angela Ahrendts took to the stage at Fast Company‘s ongoing Innovation Festival to talk her role as senior vice president for retail and online stores. With the highest sales-per-square-foot of any U.S. retailer, the Apple Stores were hardly in need of a total overhaul, but Ahrendts nonetheless discussed the ways she’s trying to […]

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Eddy Cue talks Apple Music and getting rid of data roaming charges

Eddy Cue has given an interview to U.K. newspaper the Evening Standard, in which he describes the company’s long-term approach to making Apple Music work, as well as hinting at Apple’s plans to help customers avoid roaming charges when they take their iPhone abroad. Answering a question about Apple Music subscriber numbers, Cue says that, “[W]e’re pleased with […]

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Liveblog: Tim Cooks talks biz at Box conference

SAN FRANCISCO — Will Tim Cook do anything to steal Google’s thunder? The Apple CEO is back at the Moscone Center, this time for BoxWorks 2105, the annual gathering of customers and developers for enterprise cloud storage company Box. It’s a rare speaking gig for Cook, who tends to limit his engagements to just a […]

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Alphabet’s chairman talks Schmidt about Apple Music curation

Surprise, surprise! Former Google CEO and current Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt has a bone to pick with Apple Music. In an article published over the weekend, Schmidt takes what appears to be a shot at Apple over its choice to embrace human curation for its streaming service. Schmidt writes: “A decade ago, to launch […]

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Apple in talks to bring Discovery and Viacom aboard its web TV venture

The more we hear, the more Apple’s reported web TV service sounds like a dream come true for cord-cutters! With previous reports suggesting that the subscription service will offer around 25 channels in total, a new Wall Street Journal report claims… Read more ›