Tim Cook and Eddy Cue met before pulling InfoWars podcasts, believe app not in violation

New details have surfaced over how Apple made its decision to pull five podcasts from Alex Jones and InfoWars from its directory. According to CNN’s Dylan Byers’ newsletter, the decision was made at the top of Apple — including the choice to leave the InfoWars app intact. more… 9to5Mac

Eddy Cue confirmed as SXSW keynote speaker, likely to talk Apple’s TV plans

SXSW, the popular annual event that features film, music, media, and tech conferences and festivals, has announced its latest round of featured speakers for this year which includes Apple’s own Eddy Cue. While Apple has played its original content efforts close to the chest so far, Cue might shed more light on what we can […]

Tim Cook visits Boston Apple retail store, attends Red Sox game with Eddy Cue following MIT speech

Tim Cook yesterday gave the commencement speech at MIT, speaking on the importance of humanity and citing Steve Jobs several times. Following the commencement address, Cook headed to Apple’s Boylston Street retail location, as well as Fenway Park for a Red Sox game…. more… 9to5Mac

Live steam: Watch Eddy Cue’s interview at Recode’s ‘Code Media’ conference here [Video]

As previously announced, Eddy Cue will be interviewed at Recode’s Code Media conference this evening. Cue, who is Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, will sit down with Recode’s Peter Kafka for an in-depth chat. more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac

James Corden joins Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Bozoma Saint John in new Apple Music ad

Late night talk show host James Corden on Sunday became the latest celebrity to feature in an Apple Music ad, with the "Carpool Karaoke" creator joining Apple executives Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Bozoma Saint John for a humorous TV spot that aired during ABC’s presentation of the Emmy Awards. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi Discuss Maps and ‘Learning From Apple’s Failures’ In New Interview

Continuing from an interview with Tim Cook and Eddy Cue earlier in the week, Fast Company today posted a lengthy new interview session with Cue and Craig Federighi, in which the two discussed Apple Maps, the legacy of Apple devices, and “learning from Apple’s failures.” Both Cue and Federighi admitted that everyone who works at […]

Eddy Cue: Apple not trying to compete with Netflix or Comcast, seeking to be a delivery platform instead

In an interview published on Thursday, Eddy Cue — Apple’s senior VP of Internet Software and Services — dismissed any interest in the company creating its own TV shows, and addressed other topics like "skinny" channel bundles and a rumored interest in buying Time Warner. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Eddy Cue on Apple TV: Customers Should Be Able to ‘Buy Whatever They Want, However They Want’

Apple executive Eddy Cue sat down with CNN senior correspondent Brian Stelter last week for a two-part interview about the new Apple TV, describing the fourth-generation device as an “add-on for most people,” since content providers such as ABC, CNN and WatchESPN still require authenticating with a cable or satellite TV subscription. Eddy Cue’s interview […]

Eddy Cue ‘Thrilled With the Numbers’ as Apple Music Hits 11 Million Users

In an interview with USA Today, Apple’s Eddy Cue reveals that Apple Music currently has 11 million users taking advantage of the initial three-month trial period, with two million of those taking advantage of the family plan that will cost $14.99 per month once the trial ends. A single-user membership will be priced at $9.99 […]

Eddy Cue: Apple ‘working’ to bring back music Home Sharing with iOS 9

Last week, we noted that Apple’s latest iOS 8.4 release with Apple Music removes support for the long-existing Music Home Sharing feature. This function allows an iOS device user to stream music from a computer running iTunes on their own WiFi network. Today, Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services noted on Twitter that […]

Apple will now pay rights holders during Apple Music trial period, Eddy Cue says

Following widespread outcry over its policy of not compensating rights holders for streams during Apple Music’s three-month free trial, Apple software and services chief Eddy Cue said late Sunday that the company has reversed course and will indeed pay royalties while users evaluate the service. AppleInsider – Frontpage News