The Democratic party's presumptive nominee for president of the United States says via a tweet late Friday that she's picked Sen. Tim Kaine, underscoring the continued importance of social media in the campaign.
Puns fly on Twitter as Hillary Clinton names Kaine her vice presidential candidate of choice. Or is that Kaindidate?
In an open letter, a pioneer of the online world warns that loopholes in EU regulations could spell the end for net neutrality.
Cook has been a director on Nike's board since 2005.
Technically Incorrect: Suggesting that the Apple CEO probably doesn't think much about politics, the House minority leader is dismissive of Cook.
Apple may not be supporting the Republican National Convention, but Politico reports its CEO wants to keep relationships open with key members of the party.
Apple's chief executive takes a moment at the company's developers conference to honor the 49 people killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub over the weekend.
Astronauts adapt to their weightless environment, but one bold spaceman decides to see if he can still get dizzy after a long stint in microgravity.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Amsterdam, Cook jokes that he's not sure Steve Jobs actually invented Apple's iconic device.
The executive has said that Apple lacks the network skills needed to become a wireless provider.