Apple CEO Tim Cook may not have won TIME's Person of the Year award, but he continues to win the hearts of editors of purely economic publications. The latest is CNN Money, where Cook just won the award for CEO of the Year over other worthies such as BlackBerry's John Chen, GM's Mara Barra, and T-Mobile’s John Legere.
So we have some news of what's coming up in the near future but we also have a few rumors to add to the pile. What's the latest on Apple Watch? And hot on the success of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, is Apple going bigger and bigger and bigger? And just who does want to play Steve Jobs in a biopic anyway? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
Americans might be divided on the meaning of last night's election results, but at least the Apple faithful can unite in enjoying another botched product placement from an Apple competitor. Last month homegrown rival Microsoft announced it would be working closely with CNN for coverage of the midterm elections, but the associated product placement fell flat last night when CNN commentators were caught using Microsoft's Surface tablets to hide their iPads.
Siri celebrates her second anniversary today, two years after first making a splashy debut with the iPhone 4S — and to celebrate, users can now get a peek at the voice actress behind the virtual assistant.
Perhaps bored with sharing our national secrets, the shadowy group known as WikiLeaks has turned their attention to Apple with the release of new documents that show Cupertino organized a task force in 2008 to “curtail the explosion of knockoff iPods and iPhones” in China.
While many websites assemble “best of” lists at this time of year, CNN has weighed in with their ten biggest tech “fails” for 2010, and Apple has hit two of the spots -- one for the iPhone 4 “Antennagate” crisis and another for the Ping social network attempt.