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Selfie's Challenge: The Inherent Creepiness of Pygmalion in 2014

ABC's new sitcom revives the century-old tale of a man telling a woman how to behave. Hopefully, it subverts it.<p>The pilot episode of ABC's new social media-themed comedy <i>Selfie</i> is so blunt and gross, it's almost daring people to dismiss it on sight. Our heroine Eliza Dooley (Karen Gillan) is a sales …

The 'Angry Birds' movie is going to sound a lot like 'Saturday Night Live'

Peter Dinklage will join former 'SNL' stars Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, and Maya Rudolph<p>It feels like we're well past the point of <i>Angry Birds</i> being a driving force in pop culture, but that isn't stopping the questionable film based on the franchise from going ahead — in fact, it has a pretty …

um, is the new angry birds movie going to be awesome?

answer: yes, because the cast is weirdly killer.<p>If it's been months or years since you found the strength to overcome your Angry Birds addiction, we have some bittersweet news for you: Angry Birds is back we have a feeling you're going to have to give all those chips back.<p>Your favorite mobile game …

FILMography

FILMography<p>About<p><b>FILM + photography = FILMography</b><p><i>FILMography</i> is an ongoing art project by Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney that matches …

Movie Stills Juxtaposed Against Their Real-Life Locations

Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney brings the magic of cinema to life with <i>FILMography</i>, an ongoing art project that matches scenes from movies with their real-life, present-day locations. After printing out a black-and-white still from a film, Moloney holds up the print and snaps a photo of …

Here's The Memo Apple CEO Tim Cook Sent To Employees After The iPhone 6 Unveiling

If that wasn't enough, the company introduced its very first mobile payments system as well.<p>CEO Tim Cook sent out a memo to the Apple team summing up Tuesday's announcements and congratulating them for all their hard work.<p>In the memo, which 9to5Mac just published, Cook calls the company's new pair …

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Leadership Lessons From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>There was simply no way to predict how Apple would do without Steve Jobs. But that didn’t stop anyone from speculating. Tech pundit John Dvorak said, “At some point, Apple becomes like a John Wayne movie with no John Wayne. You begin to …

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Steve Jobs’ office at Apple is still exactly how he left it

Apple CEO Tim Cook just taped a long interview with Charlie Rose, part one of which will air tonight.<p>In these three clips, he briefly discusses his mentor Steve Jobs, his thoughts on the TV industry (“stuck back in the ’70s”), and why he bought Beats (talent, relationships, and the subscription …

Clever Apple, Driving Traffic To Retail

Just as in the old days, for a few moments the world forgot everything else when Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in Cupertino, CA, on September 9th. Intel Developer Forum, held in the same city, became a footnote. Attention wandered at the IBM conference I was attending in Greenwich, CT. Even the …

10 things Apple won’t say

<b>1. We’re running out of ideas</b><p>There’s good reason why the launch of the iPhone 6 generated so much hoopla among investors, and why the phone continues …

Here's How Apple Is Making Sure Its Overseas Workers Are Treated Fairly

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with PBS' Charlie Rose last Friday for a two-part interview, the second half of which aired Monday night.<p>Cook went in-depth on Apple's supply chain, trumpeting the high standards Apple holds its contractors to.<p>"We've audited so deep in our supply chain," said Cook. "We …

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Tim Cook reiterates commitment to user privacy and security in letter on Apple website, launches new security page

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook has published a letter (below) on the company’s website expressing his commitment to the privacy and security of iOS and Mac users. Cook says that he will now issue annual updates on how user data is being handled, and the company will …

Apple tries to assuage privacy fears, puts focus on security

(Reuters) - Apple Inc is making strong efforts to assuage users’ fears after taking the heat in the celebrity photo leak scandal that emerged over the Labor Day weekend.<p>Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks on stage during an Apple event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, September 9, 2014. …

Celebrity Photo Leaks Push Apple to Focus on Security

Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak at WSJDLive conference in October

Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to appear at a new technology conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal this October called WSJDLive.<p>Apple executives including Steve Jobs have appeared at past “D” conferences hosted by former WSJ employees Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. WSJDLive appears to be a …

So Apple doesn’t collect as much data as Google. Maybe it should

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s Wednesday-night privacy manifesto might have succeeded in placating consumers wary after the recent celebrity iCloud-hacking …

Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Tech Companies Should Accept No Compromises On Climate Change Issues

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres today at Climate Week NYC to discuss Apple’s concerns when it comes to climate change, and what the company is doing to address the situation. Cook summed up his company’s efforts by …

Apple CEO speaks out on climate change, calls new HQ “greenest building on the planet”

Following a weekend of record sales for Apple’s newly launched iPhones, Apple CEO Tim Cook conducted a rare live interview on Monday, but it wasn’t …

Tim Cook says new Apple ‘Spaceship’ HQ will be the greenest building on the planet

As we shared this morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook today participated in the Climate Week NYC environment-focused conference to speak on behalf of Apple and the company’s efforts on preserving the planet. During his interview, Cook stated that Apple’s new headquarters will be what he thinks is the …

Apple CEO Tim Cook at Climate Week: 'the time for inaction has passed'

Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple, possibly the world’s most innovative company and inarguably its most valuable – just ahead of fossil-fuel giant ExxonMobil. So his appearance at the opening of Climate Week 2014 on Monday lent a little celebrity buzz to a day which otherwise had a been-there-done-that …

Apple Released Two More Ads For iPhone 6 Featuring Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake

The first commercial refers to the size of the devices, concentrating on their 4.7 inch and the 5.5 inch screens. The joke in the ads is that Fallon attempts to list the specs and functions of the new phones, while Timberlake obsesses over how "huge" they are.<p>Here's the first one:<p>The second ad …

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Green Apple

Apple CEO Tim Cook has declared that the company's new Norman Foster-designed spaceship-slash-headquarters in Cupertino will be "the <b>greenest building on the planet</b>." Cook's comments about the building, which he says will be <b>powered entirely by renewables</b> such as wind and solar, came during Climate …

Apple CEO Tim Cook Gets Bailed Out By Apple PR Before He Slips Up And Says Something About Apple TV In An Interview

Cook is talking about products that Apple has tried, then put on the shelf, which leads to a question about Apple TV. Apple's PR rep steps in to end the interview. We doubt Cook would have said anything, but it's still amusing to read:<p><b>Bloomberg Businessweek: ... But, you know, the problem with</b> …

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FBI director says officials have been in talks with Apple, Google over device encryption policies

Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation James Comey expressed his concern today over Apple and Google’s decision to encrypt information stored on smartphones, the Huffington Post reports, adding that FBI officials are pushing both companies to change their policies in order to allow law …