Tim Cook accepts Free Expression Award, talks value of free speech & resisting ‘alternative facts’

As expected, Apple CEO Tim Cook accepted the Free Expression Award at the Newseum in Washington D.C. tonight. At the event, Cook was presented the award and made brief comments on what it means to him and Apple, as well as touching on the importance of companies taking a stance… more… 9to5Mac

Human Rights Campaign honors Tim Cook with National Visibility Award at Washington D.C. dinner

Tim Cook speaking at BoxWorks on Tuesday Speaking before an audience in Washington D.C. tonight, Tim Cook was honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s National Visibility Award at a dinner where he discussed the fight against discrimination and inequality. The Apple CEO famously wrote earlier this year about being gay, making Cook the first chief executive of a […]

Tim Cook talks privacy & encryption, criticizes Google during award reception

While speaking at the Electronic Privacy Information Center’s (EPIC) Champions of Freedom Awards Dinner yesterday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a speech during which he addressed the ongoing issues that surround privacy in the technology space. Cook, who was not physically in Washington D.C. for the event but rather spoke remotely, commented on both […]

Apple Watch Wins Red Dot ‘Best of the Best’ Design Award

Still three weeks away from being released to the public, the Apple Watch has received another design award for Apple ahead of release, this time receiving the “Best of the Best” designation by the German Red Dot design awards (via aBlogtoWatch). Previously winning the Gold Award, and being called “an icon”, at the International Forum […]