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Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to build on Steve Jobs' vision as company preps stock split BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, was a tough act to follow. But Tim Cook seems to be doing so well at it that his eventual successor may also have big shoes to fill. Initially seen as a mere caretaker for the iconic franchise that Jobs built before his 2011 death, Cook has forged his own distinctive legacy. Trump quarantining after White House adviser Hope Hicks tests positive for COVID-19 President Donald Trump and Joe Biden clashed over COVID-19, crime and election integrity during the first presidential debate. USA TODAY WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced he and the first lady are beginning to quarantine after White House adviser Hope Hicks tested positive for the coronavirus. Hicks tested positive for the coronavirus after she traveled with Trump in the last few days, according to a person familiar with Hicks' situation. Trump said he and Melania Trump took coronavirus tests and were awaiting results. She is frequently in contact with the president and was with Trump as he traveled to and from the first presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday.

When the World Reopens, Should the Cruise Industry Recover? In order to lure tourists away from their competition, cruise lines have had to create bigger and more outrageous amenities, resulting in the floating cities you see on the water today. So, just like any city, a cruise ship creates a lot of waste and companies don’t always dispose of it properly. In fact, Carnival Cruises has been cited and fined millions of dollars for improper waste disposal. Photo Courtesy: Sean Gallup/Getty Images If we only look at emissions, the impact is staggering.

At-home coronavirus tests now available, companies say As coronavirus testing in the U.S. continues to lag behind that in other highly affected countries such as South Korea, several domestic startups are reportedly launching the first at-home tests. The products have been greenlit by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under new expedited guidelines to help combat the virus, according to Stat, a health care industry news outlet. 'Tis the season for solo pantos: Cinderella and co are going it alone ‘The length of each act should be the length of a child’s bladder,” Polly Lister laughs. “You never want it to spill over.” Due to Covid restrictions, panto dames and the back-ends of horses have been stuck without a stage this Christmas, but some theatres have found a way to keep the panto magic alive. Working within the restrictions of social distancing, the rule of six and the avoidance of mixing households, theatres up and down the country are offering a sudden burst of one-person shows.

Kellyanne Conway is leaving her job at the White House to focus on family; George Conway stepping away from Lincoln Project Former elected officials from the Republican party were among the speakers on the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention. USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Citing a need to focus on her children, Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is leaving her position in the administration, she announced Sunday. Conway informed President Donald Trump of her decision on Sunday night, The Washington Post first reported. Laptop running too hot? Forget a password? 5 answers to common tech questions revealed You don't need to spend $1,000 to get a smartphone. Here are 4 smartphones under $300. USA TODAY A woman called her company’s tech support desk, and the technician asked for her password.

in.reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. sued Google on Tuesday, accusing the $1 trillion company of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades. [Captions auto-generated & unedited.] It's the biggest government action U.S. sues Google, says breakup may be needed