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Social Capital CEO calls Apple's Tim Cook 'human Ambien'

”Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya said Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is a ‘fantastic’ capital allocator and a maniacal CEO solely interested in running his company,” Tom DiChristopher reports for CNBC. 261 more words

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Dalrymple: Lessons I hope Apple's learned from last year’s Apple Music introduction

”News came today that Apple is planning a major revamp of Apple Music at its Worldwide Developer Conference in June. This is welcome news for sure,” Jim Dalrymple writes for The Loop. 173 more words

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Apple Music and coherent product design and marketing

Bloomberg reports ‘Apple to Revamp Streaming Music Service After Mixed Reviews, Departures,'” John Gruber writes for Daring Fireball. “This is a good test for today’s Apple on two fronts.” 289 more words

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Note: This is purely my thoughts and one should consult medical practitioner before taking any drugs.

Can taking LSD and mushrooms enhance our creativity?

Under topic two of our unit, we tried to find what is stopping us from being creative, what are the things which could be sub-consciously stopping us from being creative? 260 more words

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Apple should buy Tesla and make Elon Musk Apple Inc. CEO

”Apple Inc.’s dismal earnings announcement shows why it badly needs to rethink its innovation model and leadership,” Vivek Wadhwa writes for MarketWatch. “Its last breakthrough innovation was the iPhone — which was released in 2007. 162 more words

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Apple brings in ex-Googler and robotics expert Yoky Matsuoka to work on Healthkit

Apple has tapped Nest’s former tech chief Yoky Matsuoka to head up health projects at the company, according to Fortune.

The MacArthur genius award winner comes with an impressive resume as a former professor of robotics and co-founder of the Google X lab. 101 more words

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Apple officially makes one of Steve Jobs's favorite projects obsolete

”Twenty years after it was first released to the public, Apple has finally confirmed that its WebObjects Java-based web application framework is dead — at least as far as official Apple updates are concerned,” Luke Dormehl reports for Cult of Mac. 170 more words

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