— A spokesperson for UPS, speaking to the Verge about the use of drones for package deliveries.
— Jon Rubinstein, former Palm CEO and former SVP of hardware engineering at Apple, responding to an interview question by Fierce Wireless's Phil Goldstein.
— Steve Wilhite, speaking to the New York Times about receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Webby Awards for his work on the GIF image file format.
— BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins, in an interview with Bloomberg.
Apple held its latest earnings call yesterday. Here are five quotes from Tim Cook that relate to Apple’s hardware lines.
— The last line of an arguably weird Craigslist posting asking for two to three female volunteers interested in engaging in a bit of Star Trek roleplaying inside of the poster's mom's garage.
— Google executive chairman and former CEO, Eric Schmidt, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.
— Sent from the @BarackObama Twitter account, the tweet read "Four more years" and included a photo of the president and the first lady hugging. Within 22 minutes of going live, the tweet became the most popular of all time. (The previous record was held by Justin Bieber.)
— The one-word sentence used by Gizmodo in reference to the iPad Mini's $329 starting price. Amazon is prominently displaying the quote on its main page to promote its own tablet, the Kindle Fire HD.
In a post on Apple’s site called “A letter from Tim Cook on Maps,” Cook begins by saying, “At Apple, we strive to make world-class products that deliver the best experience possible to our customers. With the launch of our new …
We’ve painstakingly compiled 10 quotes we’re absolutely certain you won’t hear come out of Tim Cook’s (or any Apple executive’s) mouth while onstage at the iPhone 5 unveiling today.
“Aside from this newest iPhone, we’re