Tim Cook tells graduates what it really means to love your job

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Apple CEO Tim Cook
Remember that tired old adage about a job you love not being work? Tim Cook just threw it out the window.
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During a commencement speech at Tulane this morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave graduates a new twist on the old adage about finding a job you love. He also talked about Apple’s vision to “move humanity forward.”

Best Apple Watch charging stands for dads and grads

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We rounded up our favorite stands and docks for Apple Watch Series 3 from some of the best brands on the market. Perfect for dads and future graduates!
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From pocket-size, portable chargers to sleek, modernist stands and cases, Cult of Mac Watch Store has your Apple Watch Series 3 charging needs covered.

We’ve rounded up our favorite stands and docks for Apple Watch Series 3 from some of the best brands on the market — Nomad, Zens, Twelve South, Just Mobile and more. Plus, a number of new brands including Amber and Proper. Whether you’re on holiday, on the go, at work or at home, we’ve got a charging solution to fit your needs. Check out our great lineup below. These make great gifts for Father’s Day or upcoming graduations!

Tim Cook urges graduates to ‘be fearless’

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Tim Cook tells Duke graduates that technology gives each individual more power to change the world than any other time in history.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook gave the commencement address at Duke University this morning. He urged the newest graduates of his alma mater to fearlessly face the challenges that trouble the world today, and assured them that technology gives them to power to do so.

Problems Cook mentioned include political divisions, climate change, and societal inequality. But he also told the graduates, “You are not powerless to fix them. No generation has ever had more power than yours, and no generation has a chance to change things faster than yours can.”

See Tim Cook deliver inspiring MIT commencement speech

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Apple CEO Tim Cook before giving the 2017 MIT Commencement Speech.
Apple CEO Tim Cook before giving the 2017 MIT Commencement Speech.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook warned MIT’s graduating class of the dangers society faces as a result of rapidly advancing technology during his commencement speech this morning.

Cook challenged the 2017 graduates to measure their impact on humanity on the lives they touch, rather than the likes you get on social media.