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Apple CEO: Fake News 'Killing People's Minds'

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 02.11.2017 | Canada Business

Governments and tech firms must act to stop fake news, Cook says.

I'm Loving The Resistance Trump's Travel Ban Has Caused

Fransi Weinstein | Posted 02.08.2017 | Canada Politics
Fransi Weinstein

Don't know about you, but I'm really loving the fact that U.S. citizens and CEOs (in ever increasing numbers) are standing up to Donald Trump, calling him out, defying him and fighting back. And it doesn't look like they have any plans to give up any time soon.

Facebook Could Be The Mass Media Of Tomorrow

Mitch Joel | Posted 02.03.2017 | Canada
Mitch Joel

What makes a piece of content a television show, a movie, a YouTube clip? It's not a new discourse. It's something that many (including little old moi...

Top Three Anti-Cancer Foods

Ettore Corsi | Posted 11.30.2016 | Canada
Ettore Corsi

Although most fruits and veggies have preventative effects against cancer, these 3 have shown beneficial effects against many cancers, and their low c...

After Skipping Last Year, Apple's Holding A Black Friday Sale

The Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Rieger | Posted 11.22.2016 | Canada Business

Apple Stores will have extended hours.

Does Your Business Really 'Get' What Your Customers Expect Online?

Cody Green | Posted 10.17.2016 | Canada
Cody Green

There is little question that e-commerce is becoming more ingrained in the shopping habits of Canadian consumers. Yet in spite of the fact that 76 pe...

Don't Drill A Headphone Jack In Your iPhone 7, Genius

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 09.26.2016 | Canada Business

For one thing, it won't work.

What You (And Your Kids) Can Learn From BlackBerry

David Finch | Posted 09.20.2016 | Canada Business
David Finch

The rise and fall of BlackBerry is a well-documented. The BlackBerry was an iconic product and a Canadian tech success story. However, with the launch of the iPhone in 2007, Apple went beyond handsets and showed that the real value lay in what is called by product marketers, the whole product.

Don't Let Yourself (Or Your Kid) Be The Next BlackBerry

David Finch | Posted 09.13.2016 | Canada Business
David Finch

As former marketing professionals, we are struck by the parallel between the formative years of young adults and product design. Delivering a valuable product is rarely about a single feature (such as a degree), rather, it's about the "whole product." This whole product analogy can help young adults to view their development differently.

'AirPods' Could Be Lost As Easily As Apple Lost Value This Week

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 09.08.2016 | Canada Business

Consumers complain about earbuds, but can Apple hear them?

Apple Says It Killed The Headphone Jack Because It Had 'Courage'

The Huffington Post Canada | Mohamed Omar | Posted 09.07.2016 | Canada Business

Solid reason.

New iPhone Says Goodbye To The Headphone Jack

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 09.07.2016 | Canada Business

Apple users can listen to music using Bluetooth earphones now.

Apple Ruling Puts Spotlight On Companies' Arbitrary Taxes

CP | Bernard Condon, The Associated Press | Posted 09.06.2016 | Canada Business

There is no rhyme or reason to what corporations pay in tax.

Nobel-Winning Economist Calls Apple Profit A 'Fraud'

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 07.30.2016 | Canada Business

Apple's love affair with Ireland is all about taxes.

Apple's Mac Is Losing The Race

CP | Brandon Bailey, The Associated Press | Posted 07.12.2016 | Canada Business

Some companies buck the trend of falling PC sales, but Apple isn't among them.

Thief Uses 'Genius' Trick To Lift $16K In iPhones From Apple Store

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 06.13.2016 | Canada Business

Talk about a trick even the "Genius Bar" couldn't think up.

Apple Users: Get Ready To Pay For Apps Again And Again

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 06.09.2016 | Canada Business

Why charge a customer once when you can do it multiple times?

Watch Out, Uber: Apple Is Getting Into The Ride-Sharing Business

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 05.13.2016 | Canada Business

As iPhone sales falter, Apple looks to new businesses.

Chinese Company Wins Right To Use iPhone Name

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 05.04.2016 | Canada Business

Apple failed to prove iPhone was a "famous brand," court rules.

Apple 'Heartbroken' After Employee Found Dead In Conference Room

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 04.29.2016 | Canada Business

No official cause of death has been given yet.

What This Year's Met Gala Could Mean For Wearable Tech

Amy-Rose Lane | Posted 04.27.2016 | Canada Style
Amy-Rose Lane

Here's a question: What happened with the Apple Watch? Yes, it's profitable -- but it's not ubiquitous. Some have touted the relative failure of the Apple Watch as the first dent in a corporation without their resident creative genius helming the ship. The wearable market is stirring, but is nowhere near the omnipresent force of cell phones. Maybe that's due to change soon.

Apple Revenue Drops For The First Time Since 2003

CP | Brandon Bailey, The Associated Press | Posted 04.26.2016 | Canada Business

"The future of Apple is very bright," said CEO Tim Cook.

Apple Hopes To Resume Service After Shutdown In China

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.22.2016 | Canada Business

China is Apple's second largest market after the U.S.

How Apple's Research Kit Is Changing The Health Care Industry

Zeeshan Hayat | Posted 04.15.2016 | Canada Impact
Zeeshan Hayat

The latest convergence of healthcare and smartphone technology is, an open source framework that allows developers to create apps specifically designed for medical research studies. The open source element makes these studies accessible to everyone, exploiting the power of the collective to continuously refine and build on existing technologies.

Why Digital Music Platforms Are Failing

N/A | Posted 04.13.2016 | Canada Living
N/A

When Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal launched, they were hailed as digital prophets that promised new ways to monetize the experience. Thus far, their solutions have fallen short of fireworks. Just slightly over a quarter of Spotify's 75 million active users actually pay for the service. And, as The Guardian UK reports, despite pulling in €1.08 bn in revenue, its losses were €162.3m. So why are all these promising platforms sinking?