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Apple’s Phil Schiller will step down from his role as VP of marketing

Ars Technica - 1 hour 53 min ago

In addition to announcing new iMac models this morning, Apple took to its newsroom PR blog today to announce that prominent executive Phil Schiller will step down from his role as VP of Worldwide Marketing. However, he will continue on as an "Apple Fellow," and Schiller will still oversee various aspects of the App Store and Apple's events. Schiller has worked at Apple since 1987.

Greg Joswiak, one of Schiller's lieutenants and a 20-year Apple veteran, will assume Schiller's prior role and title. He is known as "Joz" to his colleagues, and he previously led marketing for some specific Apple products, such as the first iPhone.

Apple executives provided two public statements. First, CEO Tim Cook said:

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EU launching deep probe into Google’s planned $2.1 billion Fitbit buy

Ars Technica - 2 hours 15 min ago

Enlarge / Logo of Google is displayed on a smartphone by logo of Fitbit in Brussels, Belgium on August 4, 2020. (credit: Dursun Aydemir | Andalou Agency | Getty Images)

Regulators in the European Union are launching a deep investigation into Google's proposed acquisition of wearables maker Fitbit after expressing concerns that giving Google access to Fitbit's user data could "distort competition."

The Commission's in-depth investigation will examine not only the potential outcomes for the advertising market if the transaction goes through, but it will also look at the effects of the deal on the digital healthcare sector and the potential for Google to lock competitors out of access to Android users.

Data provided by wearable devices "provides key insights about the life and the health situation of the users of these devices," Margrethe Vestager, the European Commission's head of competition, said in a written statement. "Our investigation aims to ensure that control by Google over data collected through wearable devices as a result of the transaction does not distort competition."

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