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The PC's saviour may be the Internet of Things
IT World Canada
One of the best sentences to come out of Michael Dell's mouth: "The PC isn't dead." Beautiful. It's really easy to get caught up in the mobile craze right now and fixate on smartphones and other devices apart from the PC. With the cloud starting to kill off server space in offices, some might be forgiven for starting to think that the PC is next on the chopping block.
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Google Classroom turns one, gets new upgrades
Education Dive
Google Classrooms has been one of the most fun apps to follow since it seems to have a steady stream of updates and new features, a testament to Google's desire to push the limits in making data sharing and tracking seamless for education. For those who don't remember, a little recap of the product's history: Google Classrooms was announced in beta in May 2014.
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Made-in-Canada streaming services CraveTV, Shomi added to Apple TV
The Globe and Mail
For the first time, Apple Inc. is adding made-in-Canada streaming video apps to its Apple TV service. BCE Inc.'s CraveTV and the Shomi network (a partnership of Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc.) were added to the set-top box's list of available services. They won't be available in any other country, though, as both require a subscription to traditional paid TV services, (CraveTV) or Internet (Shomi) inside Canada.
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Profitable pricing strategies for web designers and agencies
Forbes
In order to be successful in business, you must price your offerings wisely so that profit margins are high enough to keep the business growing. This can be trickier with a creative services business. All web designers and web design agencies eventually have to figure out how much their work is worth, how much they can charge clients, and what type of pricing structure they should have.
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Why Waterloo, ON, is set to dominate the Internet of Things market
CBC News
Imagine being able to check your sailboat's humidity levels from your office, find out the grain levels in a silo in a back pasture, or even order a beer at a hockey game from the comfort of your seat and have it delivered to you. These scenarios are all already reality, or close to it, thanks to a collection of Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, companies working to bring the Internet of Things to daily life, and move the region ahead from its BlackBerry-dominated past.
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Flickr redesigns web and mobile apps to create a powerhouse in online photo storage
The Verge
When Marissa Mayer became Yahoo's CEO in 2012, she was greeted with a viral internet campaign from one of the company's most loved — and neglected — properties. "Dear Marissa Mayer," began the website created by entrepreneur Sean Bonner. "Please make Flickr awesome again!" The path-breaking photo-sharing site, which doubled as a forerunner for modern social networks, had fallen into disrepair.
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LinkedIn just beat Google in a property war
Fortune
LinkedIn scored a huge real estate victory over Google recently, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal. After a city council meeting, LinkedIn received permission to build on 1.4 million square feet of land in Mountain View, CA, which is "the lion's share of roughly 2.2 million square feet of available commercial square footage for the area," according to the article. Google, meanwhile, received just 515,000 square feet.
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