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Deidre O’Brien Appointed ‘Vice President of People’ at Apple

O’Brien will head up all human resource functions, some of which include talent development, benefits, recruiting, compensation and business support, and the overseeing of Apple University.


Shaw to Provide Free Wi-Fi In Winnipeg for the Canada Summer Games

Shaw, who claims it offers Canada’s largest Wi-Fi network, will be providing the service from Friday, July 21 to Monday, August 21.


‘Shadow Fight 3’ Soft-Launches on iOS For All Canadian Gamers

Today Nekki’s long-awaited sequel Shadow Fight 3 soft-launched in Canada, reads a new report from Pocket Gamer, and all gamers located in Canada have access to the beta – no code needed.


Canadian Philosopher Marshall McLuhan Gets Google Doodle On 106th Birthday

McLuhan, a Canadian philosopher and professor who specialized in media theory, is known as the man who “saw the internet coming.”


Report Claims LG Will Be Sole Supplier of Batteries for 2018 iPhone

South Korea’s LG Chem is reportedly slated to exclusively provide batteries for Apple’s “iPhone 9” which is likely to be launched next year.


Apple Quietly Working With Chinese Company on Automotive Battery Research

Apple is reportedly working with Chinese battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology on automotive battery research and development, reads a new report.


Apple Declared Most Profitable Fortune 500 Company in the World

Apple has for the second consecutive year been declared the most profitable company in the world by Fortune magazine.


Rogers’ Quarterly Net Income Rises 35 Percent, Beating Analyst Estimates

Rogers reported a greater-than-expected 35 percent jump in second-quarter profit on Thursday, as a gain in wireless subscribers offset declines in its cable TV business.


Apple Sends Executives to Lobby Against Australia’s Proposed Encryption Laws

Apple met with Australian Attorney-General George Brandis and members of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s government on Tuesday to talk over the cybersecurity measures.


iOS 10.3.3 Update Fixes Serious Wi-Fi Security Vulnerability

The new version fixes a problem with the iPhone’s Wi-Fi connection could have let hackers take over people’s devices and crash them, the company has revealed in its latest update. 


iPhone Manufacturers Join Apple in Legal Counter Against Qualcomm

Four contractors that build iPhones and other Apple products say Qualcomm violated two sections of the U.S. Sherman Antitrust Act.


Apple Launches Blog Dedicated to Machine Learning Research

Apple launched a new blog today where it plans to publish academic-style papers looking at new applications and techniques in machine learning.