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The next Apple announcement might be for its streaming service in March

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple is gearing up for its first product announcement of 2019 and it isn't going to be hardware. While many are waiting for the revision to the AirPods or the elusive AirPower charger but it is likely that Apple will have a content announcement to make.

There have been abundant hints that Apple's streaming service is imminent. A lot of the news out of CES 2019 was TV manufacturers including AirPlay 2 which would ensure that the latest TVs and Blu-Ray players will be able to serve as conduits for Apple's streaming service without the need for an Apple TV. As iPhone and Mac sales slow down, Apple needs to ignite new revenue streams and now might be the right time to do it.

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Fun and creative ways to celebrate the Lunar New Year with Apple 

My family and friends are preparing to usher in the Year of the Pig. The Lunar New Year festivities have already begun and will run for at least two weeks. The official start to the new year is February 5 this year and the ramp up is exciting. From the youngest to the eldest there are many ways for us to celebrate. Apple has also offered up ways to creatively add to the festivities.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook advocates for privacy in recent TIME Op-Ed

Photo by Gadjo Cardenas SevillaBy Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Today's leading technology companies and their CEO's look to provide leadership not just in the technology space but also in various moral and ethical areas. Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella is pushing ethics in AI and Machine Learning as guiding principles for the future.

Apple and its CEO Tim Cook have been loudly beating the drum in protection of user privacy which has culminated in an Op-Ed Apple took out on Time magazine with Cook weighing in on user's right to privacy and the many steps that government and regulation can protect these rights.

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Apple starts charging sales tax in Canada on Apple Music subs and iTunes purchases

Apple has confirmed that it is charging Canadian customers sales tax on purchases of TV shows, movies, music, audiobooks in Canada. In a statement to iMore, Apple reps stated tha the changes in Canadian legislation have required the company, which considers itself the world's biggest taxpayer, to collect sales tax on digital items and subscriptions sold.

The statement from Apple is as follows, "As the world’s largest taxpayer, we respect the important role taxes play in society. Due to recent changes in Canadian legislation and the growth of our business, sales tax will now be charged on purchases of TV, movies, music, and audiobooks. Apple has been operating in Canada for 38 years and we are proud to deliver the best products and services in the world to our customers here.”

Source: 9to5Mac