Apple CEO Tim Cook Receives Lifetime Achievement Award From Auburn University [Video]

Apple CEO Tim Cook Receives Lifetime Achievement Award From Auburn University [Video]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Auburn University. Cook originally earned his B.S. degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University in 1982. On December 10th, 2013 he accepted the achievement award.

In its 20th year of recognizing people and partnerships that make significant and lasting contributions to people's well-being locally and around the world, Auburn University's College of Human Sciences honored Tim Cook and Howard G. Buffett at the annual International Quality of Life Awards on Tuesday, Dec. 10 in New York City.

You can watch Cook's acceptance speech below...

Petr - December 15, 2013 at 5:13pm
Jobs should get it! Now days I think to switch Android and Windows since Apple loosing its track. It is still the best, but grows and innovates very slow. Google has all (better to say "most of") new ideas now and soon in a year or two be number one.
Steve Jobs - December 15, 2013 at 7:46pm
What is so slow? GPU and CPU got faster in a slow way on old iphones, but since the 4s it got even more faster (raised more high) and if they're going slow with innovation are they just improving iphone by one thing because then the 5s would have touch id without animproved camera or a7 chip for example!
Petr - December 15, 2013 at 11:26pm
No new ideas. Google has flasses, better maps, goigle voice.... Imaging Google not allows Apple to use their services. BTW: I'm still with Apple.
Nat - December 16, 2013 at 12:55am
Sorry but nothing new after a touch id sensor and an amber flash on a phone for the first time and 64 bit architecture on a mobile device, motion coprocessor, and a gold edition medal phone? Nothing new huh! -_(\
SteveReallyIsRetarted - December 17, 2013 at 4:33am
Oh, among other things, you mean like siri and apple maps?
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