Apple CEO Cook and Google CEO Pichai spotted dining together at restaurant

“While often made out to be fierce competitors, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently shared dinner and a conversation together in Sillicon Valley,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Google.

“Images of the meal were shared on Facebook and discovered on MacGeneration,” Miller reports.

“The TMZ-like spy shot shows Cook and Pichai talking to one another over dinner,” Miller reports, “but not much else is known about the conversation.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Cook: “The light above this table is interrogation bright for a reason, Sundar. So, tell me, what are you going to try to steal from us next?”

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31 Comments

      1. @ iKnow:

        Apparently you don’t know. Jobs and Schmidt were frenemies too.

        Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt spotted drinking coffee in Palo Alto (with photo)

        There is no nuclear war in the Silicon Valley. Tech leaders have fostered a faux-competition. The veneer of product competition hides the reality that it is an oligarchy of incestuous market and tech sharing.

        To this day, the default search engine on all Apple products is Google; Apple rents Google servers to host its crappy iCloud.

        Apple for some unknown reason installs criminal enterprises like FaceBook and Twitter into its iOS, and unethical outfits like Uber into its Maps and Samsung chips and displays into almost all Apple products.

        Given the choice between standing on principles and making a buck, corporate leaders always choose the latter. They claim that it is their duty and they have no choice but to maximize short term revenue. If that is so, then a simple software script could replace CEOs and save each Fortune 500 company hundreds of millions of dollars in excessive compensation.

  1. “Well Steve is gone and we’ve run out of ideas for Apple…do you have any good ideas?”
    ~Tim

    “Nope, we’ve been waiting on you guys to come up with some good ideas for us to copy…”
    ~Pichai

    1. Meanwhile:

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      Malicious apps were surreptitiously added somewhere along the supply chain.

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  2. It doesn’t matter what technology you buy. All of the CEOs know each other, and “competition” is just a buzz word, design to give you the illusion of choice in an ever-growing, controlling market. Just as it doesn’t matter what car you drive, the oil industry wins in the end.

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