Eddy Cue has been with Apple for years now. He's had a growing presence within the company for quite some time as well, working in an executive leadership role and heading up a variety of different efforts. He's been billed as the company's Senior Vice President of Internet Software for several years now, but times --and titles-- are changing.
Yesterday, Apple unveiled the next big updates for its major platforms, including iOS 15. And the interviews discussion those things are probably coming soon enough. But Apple actually launched a new feature yesterday, by way of Apple Music.
The senior leadership at Apple aren't as young as they used to be. And now we know Apple is aware of this fact, and starting to develop some plans for the inevitable.
Yesterday, a handful of CEOs that compromise "Big Tech" testified as part of a probe into antitrust behavior. Now, thanks to Congress, emails released to the government as part of that investigation are coming to light and revealing some interesting things.
While Spotify is over there launching playlists for pets, Apple is teaming up with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to launch a new playlist in Apple Music.
Apple's chief executive Tim Cook and services boss Eddy Cue have been spotted in Idaho ahead of the annual Sun Valley media conference that kicks off this week. The tech giant continues to bulk up on original content ahead of the Apple TV+ video service due this fall.
Before Apple officially announced its new streaming service, Apple TV+, there were reports that some in the executive staff were sending notes to production crews for shows, demanding certain changes.
Apple's content and services chief Eddy Cue sat down with The Times in London, addressing the rumor that he sometimes falls asleep at executive meetings. In addition, the executive has discussed other topics of interest, including the upcoming video-streaming service Apple TV+, Netflix competition, Steve Jobs' stance on privacy and more.
Eddy Cue, Apple's Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services and its chief negotiator with content makers and Hollywood studios, is known to sometimes fall asleep in meetings due to what sources described as exhaustion.
Eddy Cue, Apple's Senior Vice President in charge of Internet software and services, has been confirmed as a featured keynote speaker at the South By Southwest (SXSW) conference event that takes place from March 9-18 in Austin, Texas.
Eddy Cue, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, has been confirmed as one of the featured speakers at the forthcoming Pollstar Live! conference which will take place February 6-8 of next year at the Intercontinental Downtown LA.