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Tomorrow is built by the innovations of today, and here's our coverage on the subject to prove it.

Australian primary school drives innovation and creativity with iPad


Located deep in the heart of Sydney’s southwestern suburbs in a low socioeconomic area, a local primary school has built on its existing one-to-one iPad initiative to find innovative ways to engage every one of its students during the global pandemic, and beyond. With a community of students representing 50 different cultures, of which 73 percent are from non-English-speaking backgrounds and three-quarters speak English as a second language, St Therese Catholic Primary School turned to iPad to help them flourish against all odds. “All of our students have the right and the capacity to learn, no matter what challenges they

Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon CEO


On Tuesday, Amazon announced that Bezos will step down as CEO during the third quarter of 2021. Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy will replace Bezos, who will transition to executive chair of Amazon’s board.

Apple to celebrate Black History Month

To celebrate Black History Month, Apple is bringing customers a variety of new and updated collections and exclusive content that highlight and amplify Black creators, artists, developers, and businesses.

Big Internet outages hit the East Coast


Internet users across the northeast U.S. reported widespread outages Tuesday. In an emailed statement 90 minutes after the outage was first reported, Verizon said it was working on the problem hurting Fios service “throughout the Northeast corridor” and that some service had already been restored.

Dan Riccio begins a new chapter at Apple

Apple today announced Dan Riccio will transition to a new role focusing on a new project and reporting to CEO Tim Cook, building on more than two decades of innovation, service, and leadership at Apple. John Ternus will now lead Apple’s Hardware Engineering organization as a member of the executive team.

Parler may go offline following suspensions by Amazon, Apple and Google


Amazon has removed Parler from its web hosting services on Saturday in a move that could force the site offline if it cannot find a new host by the time the ban goes into effect on Sunday, BuzzFeed and CNN report. The move comes after Google and Apple both suspended the Parler app from the Google Play Store and App Store respectively.

US federal government, 48 states file antitrust lawsuits against Facebook


On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general launched twin lawsuits against Facebook for alleged antitrust violations. New York Attorney General Letitia James, who leads the coalition of states suing Facebook, released a statement: “Facebook has used its monopoly power to crush smaller rivals and snuff out competition, all at the expense of everyday users.”

Boeing’s first 777X takes flight, set to land in Seattle

Boeing’s first 777X took off in its maiden flight from Everett Washington today, marking a milestone for the company. Initially postponed by bad weather on Thursday, Jan. 23 and again Friday, Jan. 24., the plane is set to land after a few hours of test flying in Boeing’s Seattle field.

Social Medias impact on modern day campaigns


Social media has been a huge determining factor in the outcomes of recent elections, specifically those involving women. For example, during the 2016 election, social media was an important part of each candidate’s campaigns whereas it hadn’t been as prevalent in the past.

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