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Apple CEO Tim Cook gets pay cut after missing 2016 goals

Every company is concerned over the bottom line. Apple is no exception. It missed its projected financial numbers for 2016, and as a result CEO Tim Cook and others received less compensation.
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Tim Cook says Apple ‘desktop’ PCs still count, but will they be Mac Pros?

Also today: Blackberry moves away from cell phones, invests in new venture and a quick peek at the first trailer for Blade Runner 2049.
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Yahoo! admits 2013 hack compromised over one billion accounts 3:04

Also in the news: Trump talks taxes, jobs and more with most of the leaders of major U.S. tech companies, FCC chief Ted Wheeler sets date to step down.
Business

Trump meets tech industry leaders, with one notable absence

Tech industry execs from companies including Apple, Facebook, and Amazon descended upon Trump Tower on Wednesday to meet with President-elect Donald Trump. But there was one notable web giant that surprisingly didn’t receive an RSVP.
Apple

Apple CEO Tim Cook to give MIT commencement speech

Universities often choose prestigious members of the business and tech world to deliver their commencement address. MIT has chosen Apple CEO Tim Cook for their June 2017 ceremonies.
Apple

Apple expands support for HIV/AIDS charity RED with new product tie-ins

By visiting Apple stores on Friday, you may find them festooned with the color red. This is to help raise awareness and funds for the Bono-founded HIV/AIDS support charity, RED. Apple will also be donating some of its proceeds to the…
Cars

Apple pens a letter to the NHTSA suggesting that there really is a car in the works

Apple is almost undoubtedly working on its very first passenger car, but official details are unsurprisingly scarce. We’ve compiled all the relevant rumors and evidence about the forthcoming vehicle here.
Virtual Reality

Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests company may prefer augmented reality over VR

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently called augmented reality technology "profound," adding that technology should encourage human interaction, not become a barrier. However, he admitted that VR has "interesting applications."
Mobile

Apple fans, celebs sing Steve Jobs’ praises 5 years after his death

Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011. Today is the five-year anniversary of his death. Notable people, including CEO Tim Cook, are celebrating the revolutionary Jobs via Twitter and other social media networks.
Music

Apple CEO Tim Cook rewards Drake for reaching one billion streams

Drake's fourth studio album 'Views' is the first album to receive one billion streams on Apple Music. Drake posted a picture on Instagram of a plaque commemorating the achievement.
Virtual Reality

Tim Cook prefers augmented reality to virtual reality because it’s more social

The big advantage and disadvantage of virtual reality is that it switches you off to the outside world. That's why Apple CEO, Tim Cook, prefers augmented reality, as it is much easier to interact with those not wearing a headset.
Photography

Apple’s Tim Cook shares first photos from iPhone 7 Plus, taken by someone else

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are about to hit stores, and on Sunday Apple's Tim Cook showed off some images taken with the larger of the two devices. The 7 Plus is the first iPhone to come with two rear cameras, one with a 28mm lens and the…