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  1. Apple's 'Show Time' event was surprisingly packed with some great announcements. The highlight of the show, however, was the emotional moment towards the end when Tim Cook hugged Oprah Winfrey with tears in his eyes. via GIPHY Yes, Apple's star-studded show ended with Apple's signature “One last thing..” surprise, which was Oprah Winfrey. The megacelebrity took the stage at the end to announce two of her new documentaries including one called 'Toxic Labor', which deals with sexual harassment in the workplace. Her second documentary hasn't been named yet, but it looks like it will explore topics like mental health, addiction and more. The event brought together a rare collection of Hollywood stars like directors Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams, actress Jenifer Aniston, singer Sara Bareilles, and more. However, Oprah entered the stage in the end and literally stole the show. An unforgettable day. pic.twitter.com/7p3WXjwpgg — Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 26, 2019 “There has never been a moment quite like this one,” she said. “We have this unique opportunity to rise to our best selves in how we use and choose to use both our technology and our humanity. That's why I have joined forces with Apple.” Once she was done addressing everyone, Tim Cook, who was visibly emotional, entered the stage and hugged Oprah. “Thank you, I will never forget this”, he said. In addition to the shows, Winfrey also noted that she'll be bringing her book club to Apple's streaming service. The new Apple TV Plus service will be home to Apple's original shows and is all set to take on the likes of Netflix, Prime Video, etc. starting this fall.
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook was trending on social media yesterday after the US president Donald Trump referred to him incorrectly as "Tim Apple" during an American Policy Advisory Board meeting. Although Tim kept himself away from the whole fiasco, for the most part, he did end up changing his Twitter display name to include an Apple logo. His name on Twitter now reads 'Tim Apple' instead of 'Tim Cook'. Looks like the Apple CEO is embracing his new nickname. Well technically, Tim has just added an Apple computer emoji at the end of his name. And since it's not a Unicode-approved emoji, it'll only be visible on Apple devices. If you are looking at his profile on a Windows computer or an Android phone, you'll either see a blocked-out square or just a random symbol. © Twitter Here's the clip in case you missed it yesterday - Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9 — Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019 The clip has been watched over 10 million times and has over 200,000 favourites since it was posted on the micro-blogging site.
  3. As the CEO of Apple, it is safe to say that Tim Cook is a prominent name in the industry. It's hard to miss the guy in the glasses, even if you are not particularly tech-savvy. However, it looks like the US president, our very own Donald Trump, thinks Apple's CEO is.... 'Tim Apple'. © Reuters During an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting yesterday, the president referred to the CEO of Apple as 'Tim Apple' instead of Tim Cook. In his defence, names are hard. We get it. But we wonder if you can flub a name like Tim Cook, given his reputation in the industry and beyond. Here's what Trump said while addressing the media - "You've really put a big investment in our country. We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple." Better yet, here's a video clip in which you can see Trump unmistakenly referring to him as 'Tim Apple'. Also, watching Tim Cook politely nodding his head is just priceless. Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9 — Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019 It's hard to tell if Trump did this on purpose or he legitimately did a, what we like to call, an oopsie. In fact, this isn't the first time Trump has made a mistake while referring to someone. Last year, he referred to Lockheed Martin's CEO as "Marillyn Lockheed", instead of Marillyn Hewson. It's alright Mr Trump. Better luck next time.
  4. 20th February has to be the Kiwi medium-fast bowler, Tim Southee's favourite day of the year. Today, in the third and final match of the three-game ODI series against Bangladesh, the 30-year-old bowler single-handedly dismantled the entire batting order of the Bengal Tigers in a massive 6-wicket-haul, giving out 65 runs in 9.1 overs and sealing the clean sweep (3-0) in favour of New Zealand whilst being awarded the Man of the Match. NEW ZEALAND SWEEP SERIES 3-0 A brilliant 6/65 for Tim Southee, to go with a run-out. The paceman wraps up the Bangladesh innings, and New Zealand win the final ODI by 88 runs.#NZvBAN SCORECARD â¬ï¸https://t.co/crmF5y8m8H pic.twitter.com/BAzNYNBUQS — ICC (@ICC) February 20, 2019 Exactly four years ago, today, the phenomenal bowler had shown similar brilliance against England in a group stage match during the ICC World Cup 2015. With a roster loaded with talents like Ian Bell, Joe Root and Moeen Ali, England was ready to take over the match as they decided to bat first after winning the toss. Little did they know that the then 26-year-old Southee had brought along a barrage of variations which nobody had expected. After bowling out English opener Ian Bell in the fifth over, the wickets fell like ninepins and once Adam Milne and Daniel Vettori dismissed Root and skipper Eoin Morgan, respectively, there was no stopping Southee. Literally, every batsman after Morgan was sent back to the dressing room by Tim, while wrapping up the Englishmen's innings in a hurry in just 34 overs of a below-average total of 123. The Kiwis did not take long to move on as they matched England's total and won the game in just 12.2 overs. Now that's a great win @BLACKCAPS . Big congrats to Tim and Baz. Amazing by both of them. #CricketWorldCup — Ross Taylor (@RossLTaylor) February 20, 2015 Tim's 6-33 were the best one-day stats put up by any New Zealand bowler ever. His fast and full deliveries along with some movement in the air led to the absolute fallout of the England players. ð¦ð¨ @BLACKCAPS Tim Southee: 20th Feb 2015 vs England: 7/33 20th Feb 2019 vs Bangladesh: 6/65#NZvBAN pic.twitter.com/I1JVWK7p03 — Cricket24.com (@Cricket24_COM) February 20, 2019 "A packed house was pretty special to come out in front of. We've been bowling well as a group for a long time and today was one of those moments when it all went well for us. Our coach, Shane Bond, does a lot of work behind the scenes and puts confidence into us,” said the modest bowler. After winning all three of the ODIs against Bangladesh, the Kiwis are looking forward to the Test series beginning 28th February.
  5. In the short time span of his evolving career, Rishabh Pant has established himself as one of the best trash-talkers of the sport the world has ever seen. The 21-year-old is not afraid of roasting the biggest names in the game and gets under their skin with ease. And then there's the Aussie captain Tim Paine, a true sledging veteran himself. You know you are good at getting on your opponents' nerves when even their Prime Minister acknowledges you as a sledger. As Team India celebrated the first day of 2019, at Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's residence, Pant was welcomed with open arms for his aggressive nature on the field, as the PM expressed how much he appreciates a good, competitive game. The 4-match Test series has been drawing headlines specifically because of the hilarious banter Pant and Paine have been exchanging. The fact that they are genuinely funny and seem to irk the victims, makes them so much more entertaining. There have been long stints during the series when the need for commentators felt so little because of the intensity the boys were going back and forth with. We can track the inception of the verbal rivalry back to Adelaide when the Indian wicket-keeper was trying to get inside his Delhi Capitals teammate Pat Cummins. Stump mic on ð It's cricket like never before, no commentary in the whole over ð®#AUSvIND #foxcricket pic.twitter.com/8R2nwVMa9W — Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) December 10, 2018 Standing up for his teammate, Paine decided to get some revenge when Pant approached the pitch to bat in the second innings. Tim Paine doing some recruiting for the @HurricanesBBL out in the middle of the 'G... ð#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/6btRZA3KI7 — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 28, 2018 Eventually, Pant went after Paine. It was Rishabh Pant's turn for some fun on the stump mic today... #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/RS8I6kI55f — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 29, 2018 Despite several warnings being issued by the umpires to turn down the taunts, the two continued to give each other a tough time. While the Australians are used to the psychological warfare, Pant's relentlessness a was sight for sore eyes for the Indian fans. Having said that, true fans of cricket would agree that the words being exchanged between the two are in good faith and without hatred or ill intentions. Rishabh Pant and Tim Paine have successfully exemplified the true essence of the phrase 'sportsman spirit' as they left their rivalry behind on the field and embraced each other like college buddies at the Australian PM's house. We have to commend the humour Pant saw behind getting an image taken with Paine's wife and kids after Paine's threw the 'babysitter' shade at him. Tim Paine to @RishabPant777 at Boxing Day Test: "You babysit? I'll take the wife to the movies one night, you'll look after the kids?" *Challenge accepted!* ð¶ (ð¸ Mrs Bonnie Paine) pic.twitter.com/QkMg4DCyDT — ICC (@ICC) January 1, 2019 In the era of extreme competitiveness, when the idea is to win at all cost, as suggested by former Australian cricketer Stuart Clark, it is refreshing to see athletes who don't try to hurt one another mentally or physically just to win a game. More than anything, this series reflects on the fact that no matter how big the rivalry is, nothing is more important than the love and respect the two players share for each other.
  6. At the time when India's schedule for their Australian tour was announced, everyone in the cricket fraternity knew that it was going to a great contest. And, why not? India were going to lock horns with the Aussies in three T20Is, as many ODIs and four Test matches. While the limited-overs series offered some slam-bang action, all eyes were undoubtedly glued to the much-anticipated duels in Tests. And, after two Tests and with the third one currently in progress, the fact that India and Australia are tied 1-1 goes on show how evenly this series is poised. We've already witnessed batting geniuses of Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli who are currently leading the list of top run-getters in the series and the spin wizardry of Nathan Lyon who is miles ahead in the race of leading wicket-takers. But, apart from some exciting cricket on offer, the four-match Test series has also witnessed some of the most hilarious quips from both the sides. If Rishabh Pant's quirky comments from behind the stumps left everyone in splits, Tim Paine's recent remarks from the same position has once again brought a smile on the faces of cricket fans across the globe. © AP Though Australian cricketers have been infamous for using verbal volleys to unsettle the opposition batsmen, the ongoing series has witnessed an altogether different approach from the home side. Struck with the ball-tampering scandal recently, while the Aussies seem to have minimised their aggression, they have traded explosive comments for quirky jibes - something that reflected in Paine's latest comments. During the second day's play at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Paine was caught on the stump-mic trying to sledge Rohit Sharma. While the Indian batsman was taking guard for the next delivery, the Australian skipper was heard telling his mate at short-leg that it was 'a toss-up between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians at this time'. "If Rohit hits a six here I'm changing to Mumbai" ð#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/JFdHsAl84b — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 27, 2018 But, it was the comment which followed later, that left everyone in splits. "He has this nice easy swing of the bat. We see him do it all the time for MI. If Rohit hits a six here, I'm changing to Mumbai Indians," Paine was heard saying on the stump-mic before the fielders around him burst into laughter. Tim Paine bantering up a storm right now ððð FOLLOW LIVE https://t.co/0L1sS1X2x0 pic.twitter.com/1OMiKwvUif — Herald Sun Sport (@heraldsunsport) December 27, 2018 And then, he followed it up with, "Is it true Rohit? Did Finchie (Aaron Finch) get you out. To be honest, the hardest two overs I played in domestic cricket last season were from him." While we aren't sure if Paine's remarks unsettled Rohit or not, but the Australian captain got no help from his teammate Peter Siddle who came on as a substitute fielder only to drop the Mumbai batsman on 16 at short fine leg in the 147th over. On the other hand, the cricket fans couldn't stop themselves from expressing their views on Paine's hilarious remarks. All of us to Tim Paine right now: ð¤«#CricketMeriJaan #AUSvIND — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) December 27, 2018 Absolutely engrossing period of play, Rohit Sharma focussing hard as Nathan Lyon tries to weave a web around him n Tim Paine chirping away from behind. great watching. Who says Test cricket is dead. has been d most tlkd abt series than any IPL r ODI game #AUSvIND #BoxingDayTest — Sanjjeev (@Sanjjeev) December 27, 2018 "Rohit hits a six here, I'm changing to Mumbai Indians" ðð Oh Tim Paine, you are the opposition captain but we seriously can't hate your banter. #AUSvIND — Manya (@CSKian716) December 27, 2018 Tim Paine's sledging is seriously 𤣠Come on, Rohit. Hit that six! #AUSvIND — Sonali Dhulap (@pillya) December 27, 2018 Loving Tim Paine behind the stumps... He just started to whistle ð#AUSvsIND — Aravind V (@IamChefGamer) December 27, 2018 Tim Paine's chatter behind the stumps is EpicðHe's talking about who he's fav IPL team between Mumbai and I guess RCB is ..#AUSvIND @SPNSportsIndia — Jason Dsouza (@jdnats) December 27, 2018
  7. After a comparatively quieter first Test, the second match between India and Australia in Perth has exploded - thanks to Virat Kohli and Tim Paine. The two captains have been in the mix of things - getting into each other's skin with quirky comments, aggressive body language and even a heated 'chest bump'. As the second Test is on its way to an exciting end, Kohli and Paine, owing to their drama, have undoubtedly turned up the heat in Perth. If Kohli mocked Paine by telling his teammates: "If he (Paine) messes it up, it's 2-0", Paine was heard responding: "You've got to bat first, big head" on Day 3. Virat Kohli and Tim Paine are back at it! The two have locked horns again as tension builds on the 4th day of the 2nd Test. ðº Watch LIVE on #FoxCricket & ð° join our match centre: https://t.co/fLeuCrQjUF #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/MFZlzpoIt5 — Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) December 17, 2018 But, it was undeniably the fourth day that saw the two skippers taking their duel up a notch. The early session on Day 4 saw Kohli and Paine exchanging more words before they were seen involved in a 'chest bump', forcing the on-field umpire Chris Gaffaney to diffuse the tension on the field. More cheeky banter caught on the TV stump mic! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/pDbuJIfJJI — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 17, 2018 And then, when Murali Vijay was batting during India's second innings later in the day, Paine was caught on the stump-mic saying: "Murali, I know he's your captain. But you can't seriously like him as a bloke". As soon as the videos of their 'chest bump' surfaced on the social media, cricket fans across the globe expressed their views on the heated exchange. While many enjoyed the excitement brought to the Perth Test by the never-ending altercations between the two captains, Australian fans took the opportunity to slam Kohli for instigating the 'chest bump'. Match referee needs to look at KOHLI when he tried to obstruct TIM PAINE while running and also gets too close to PAINE. Banter wasn't over the top, but KOHLI lost control a bit getting too much in the face physically. #AusvInd #cricket PAINE stands up for himself with class — â¡pinning (@TazSpinZone) December 17, 2018 Virat Kohli is the James Harden of cricket. The bloke can play but he is an absolute germ. — Jake Butler (@jakeybutler) December 17, 2018 It was ugly when Warner did it. It's ugly when Virat does it. Simple really. The chatter in the field is one thing, but it can get excessive and we have seen Warner do it for ages and the Australian public loathes him for it. Kohli will get the same disdain if he continues. — Steve Hocking (@skippersteve86) December 17, 2018 I'm not impressed by Kohli and his petulant behaviour. Get on with the game . — jackie caldecourt (@jcaldecourt) December 17, 2018 What a laugh that was from Kohli, i'll just walk straight into the line a Batsman is running (a single) then look straight at the umpire because I'm never in the wrong. Paine should've ran straight through him and sat him on ass, give him something to cry about. ð #AUSvIND — Nathan Watson (@NathanW39506373) December 17, 2018 What an absolute flog. Was there any need for Kohli to be in that spot? This bloke makes kyrgios look like a good bloke. https://t.co/3s1oWdPgYe — The Unsportsmen ð¦ðº (@unsportsmenpod) December 17, 2018 Sooo Virat Kohli has had a word to the Umpire's & complained about Tim Paine talking to him. ð¤#AUSvIND#whinger — Ross Martin (@RossMartin1960) December 17, 2018 Im so happy Paine dint take kohli's rubbish laying down like the rest of the team he's given it back and this will give the whole team SO MUCH momentum This test is lost but im 100% sure we will see a new Australian team for the next two tests — kane thanos williamson (@llapskywalker) December 17, 2018 Tim Paine absolutely smashing kohli on the field with the banter. Paine knows he's a sook when he doesn't get his way #AusvIndia — Tristam Marshall (@travmarsh8) December 17, 2018 Kohli ran to the spot where Paine was naturally running through. It was a deliberate niggling action. He can't help himself. If an Aussie behaved like this, they'd get crucified. https://t.co/0gihKax6sG — Greg Davis (@GregDavis_cmail) December 17, 2018
  8. Ever since he took over the reins from MS Dhoni as captain, Virat Kohli, with his majestic batting and unmatched leadership, has helped the Indian cricket team in scaling new heights in international cricket. His aggressive brand of cricket has now become one of India's most influential tools to upstage the opposition. Not one to back down from a fight on the field, the Indian captain has often been seen dishing out perfect responses to those who've tried to provoke him with words. The ongoing four-match Test series between India and Australia was expected to produce an exciting contest, not just with the bat and the ball, but also with verbal volleys. However, the first Test hardly had any confrontations or altercations on the field and the second match in Perth was also pretty clean in that regard, until the fourth day's play. Early on Day 4, the 71st over bowled by Jasprit Bumrah saw a rare clash of the captains of the two sides. The first delivery of the over saw the Australian skipper pushing the ball for a quick single towards midwicket, where Kohli ran towards the pitch in anticipation of collecting the ball and came extremely close to Paine before he could reach the non-striker's end. The incident irked Paine who was seen following Kohli for a couple of steps for a few words as the Indian captain made his way towards his fielding position for the next delivery. "I'm not saying a word to you, why are you getting riled up?" Kohli was quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo. Virat Kohli and Tim Paine are back at it! The two have locked horns again as tension builds on the 4th day of the 2nd Test. ðº Watch LIVE on #FoxCricket & ð° join our match centre: https://t.co/fLeuCrQjUF #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/MFZlzpoIt5 — Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) December 17, 2018 In reply, Paine said: "I'm fine. You're the one that lost it yesterday, why are you trying to be cool today?". This is when umpire Chris Gaffaney intervened and said: "Oi, that's enough, that's enough". "We're allowed to talk," Paine replied to the on-field umpire. "Nah, nah, come on, play the game. You guys are the captains," Gaffaney added further. "We can have a conversation. There's no swearing, no," Paine said. "Tim, you're the captain," Gaffaney responded. In his final comment to Kohli, Paine said: "Keep your cool, Virat". If the verbal exchange wasn't enough, the two skippers, then, faced-off with a 'chest bump' on the final delivery of the 71st over. Paine had punched the ball for another run towards mid-on where Kohli was fielding. While Paine was completing his run, Kohli came running in and collided with the Australian skipper. While the duo didn't exchange words at that time, their 'chest bump', once again, got the on-field umpire giving some words of wisdom to the two captains. © Twitter After Lunch on Day 4, Mohammed Shami spelt trouble for the Australian skipper with a nasty short ball. As Paine tried to get out of the way, he gloved the ball in the air before, who else, but Kohli completed a simple catch. As the Aussie leader began his long back towards the pavilion, Kohli had a few more words to say to the 34-year-old which made him turn around for a reply. Apart from that, the duo had earlier been recorded exchanging words after a caught-behind appeal against Australian captain was turned down on the third day. Walking past Paine, Kohli said to his Team India mates: "If he (Paine) messes it up, it's 2-0". In reply, Paine said: "You've got to bat first, big head". More cheeky banter caught on the TV stump mic! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/pDbuJIfJJI — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 17, 2018 And then, when Murali Vijay was batting for India in the second innings on Day 4, the Australian captain, who was keeping wickets, was heard on the stump-mic saying: "Murali, I know he's your captain. But you can't seriously like him as a bloke".
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