Harry McCracken ▪ August 16, 2012
Harry McCracken ▪ August 8, 2012
Harry McCracken ▪ May 14, 2012
Fool me once(Tim Cook/Valve) shame on AppleInsider. Fool me twice(Terry Gou), shame on pubs republishing 3rd time, Loewe aquis., shame=mine—
Up2Sec Apple News (@Up2SecApple) May 14, 2012
Update May 16, 2012: German publication Handelsblatt (via Bloomberg) quoted Chief Executive Officer Oliver Seidl of German TV manufacturer Loewe as saying the company has had “no contact” with Apple regarding an acquisition.
Less than a month after posting a false claim about Apple’s CEO Tim Cook visiting the Valve HQ, ole’ Danny Dilger claimed this weekend that Apple is moving to acquire a German TV manufacturer called “Loewe.” Again, we did not run with the story, because we preferred to mock it instead via Twitter. Not only has that story been debunked, but more allegations about Foxconn’s CEO Terry Gou having confirmed an Apple television are now being denied by the company. Oh, and Digitimes’ track record…
Harry McCracken ▪ October 6, 2011
Harry McCracken ▪ August 24, 2011
We’re picking some of the more meaningful reactions to today’s news. It’s important to remember that Jobs isn’t gone from Apple, he’s Chairman Jobs now.
Bloomberg reports that Steve Jobs will stay on the board of Disney.
Apple’s Steve Jobs is said to be remaining on Disney’s board
People familiar with the situation have said that Mr. Jobs continues to be active at Apple and is closely involved in the company’s product strategy. Apple watchers don’t expect that to change even after Mr. Cook takes over.