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Apple hosting workshops for Hour of Code at Apple Retail Stores on Dec 11

I think everyone should learn how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think. I view computer science as a liberal art, something everyone should learn to do.

- Steve Jobs

Apple stores around the world will host free one-hour coding workshops in support of Hour of Code on December 11, a movement to make computer science accessible to all students.  

Coinciding with Computer Science Education Week, workshops will offer an introduction to computer science and show that anyone can learn the basics of programming, inspiring young people to believe that they can build the next app that transforms the way we work or play. 

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2014 Gift Guide: Entertainment and Subscriptions

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Finding the right gift for that special someone doesn’t always have to mean a physical item. While it is always fun to unwrap a physical gift, there are many intangible entertainment services and subscriptions today that make a lot of sense and offer year-round joy.

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Microsoft democratizing the corporate cloud at the Cloud and Mobility Summit 2014


“Our studies show that up to 43% of small businesses think a cloud strategy is only for large organizations.” said John Weigelt, chief technology officer at Microsoft CanadaBy Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Toronto -Microsoft Canada hosted a two-day Cloud and Mobility summit in downtown Toronto which focused on raising awareness of the benefits of secure cloud services. Executives here are spreading the gospel of cloud computing and how it is now easier than ever for organizations of all sizes to find tailor-made corporate cloud solutions to manage various aspects of their business.

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Sony Smartwatch 3 now available in Canada starting at $279

Anyone in the market for an Android Wear wearable device can now count the third iteration of Sony's Smartwatch in their shortlist. Sony SmartWatch 3 is now available for sale in select Bell stores and will be available in-store and online at Sony Stores later this month. 

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PayPal adds Samsung fingerprint support for Android app

PayPal is finally bringing fingerprint support for paying for goods to its Google Play Store app. This was previously available on Samsung Apps store. Now, users of the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Alpha, and Galaxy Tab S can pay for online purchases by just swiping on the fingerprint scanner on their devices.

Source: Android Central