Apple CEO Tim Cook considered removing the Uber app from the App Store over privacy concerns, according to a report. An in-depth profile of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick by The New York Times revealed that.. Raw Story
Uber broke Apple's rules by tagging and tracking iPhones even after users had uninstalled the taxi-hailing app. The New York Times reports that Tim Cook met with CEO Travis Kalanick and warned that the.. betanews
Deceptive practices by Uber has reportedly prompted Apple's CEO to personally threaten to pull the ride sharing company from Apple's App Store. In a New York Times profile of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick,.. Source: CBS News -
Apple may be working on some top secret hardware, including a pair of AR smartglasses. Rumors surfaced after an incident report was allegedly leaked to Gizmodo suggesting that the company was tinkering.. Source: Wochit Tech -
Deceptive practices by Uber has reportedly prompted Apple's CEO to personally threaten to pull the ride sharing company from Apple's App Store. In a New York Times profile of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick,.. CBS News
Apple CEO Tim Cook threatened to pull Uber's app from the App Store in early 2015 after discovering the ride-hailing company was secretly "fingerprinting" iPhones that used the app, it emerged on.. MacRumours.com
Apple CEO Tim Cook had reportedly warned Uber CEO Travis Kalanick as it was secretly recording data from the owner’s iPhone, even after the app was deleted.
According to the New York Times, Travis.. DNA
After facing backlash on numerous fronts in the recent past, Uber seems to be in another soup. Back in 2015, Uber was found to be secretly identifying and tagging individual iPhones, even once the app.. BGR India
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*1. Apple CEO Tim Cook once personally threatened to kick Uber out of the App Store.* He told Uber CEO Travis Kalanick that the Uber.. Business Insider
Tim Cook reportedly threatened Uber's CEO with taking down the app from the store if they didn't stop infringing on people's privacy by tracking down their devices even after the Uber app had been.. Softpedia
Almost two months after it was revealed by the NYT that Uber had used a deceptive tool called "greyball" to deceive and circumvent official authorities, CEO Travis Kalanick may be in trouble again.. Zero Hedge
Uber is no stranger to trouble, but it may have landed in some especially hot water two years ago. New York Times sources claim that Apple CEO Tim Cook held a face-to-face meeting in early 2015 to call.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
Buried deep within the New York Times sprawling profile of Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick is an unusual detail: he's a record-holding gamer.
"In other personal pursuits," the profile reads,.. Mashable
For a long time, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick would only use his company's car service to get around. He would even moonlight as a driver once in awhile.
But ever since an incident occurred between he.. Business Insider
Travis Kalanick, Silicon Valley's bad [DEL: boy :DEL]CEO, once had a very uncomfortable confrontation with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is a grown-up.
Back in 2015, Uber tried to disguise the fact.. Mashable
Apple CEO Tim Cook threatened to have Uber’s iPhone app removed from the App Store in 2015, when it learned that the ride-sharing company had secretly found a way to identify individual iPhones, even.. The Verge
The Trump Administration’s threat to criminally prosecute WikiLeaks could open the door to criminal charges against mainstream American news organizations because they also leak secret government.. The Wrap
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday refused to rule out whether the Trump Administration might criminally prosecute mainstream news organizations for leaking confidential federal documents.
CNN.. The Wrap
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 phones are officially on sale, but don’t expect to grab one for cheap. The entry-level Galaxy S8 starts at $720, about $70 more than competing flagships like Apple’s iPhone 7.. Business Insider