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AppleMagazine #422

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7 min.
everyone can code: apple empowering students

With Apple announcing an overhaul to its Everyone Can Code curriculum, we take a closer look, explore the exciting sessions coming to Apple Stores to celebrate Computer Science Education Week, and discuss how the firm holds the keys to a brighter education system… EVERYONE CAN CODE Last week, Apple lifted the lid on an all-new Everyone Can Code curriculum, designed to get more students into coding. It’s a bold move for one of the world’s biggest technology firms, but as it makes millions a year from iPad sales to the world’s educational http://www.simbainformation.com/Content/Blog/2017/08/07/Apples-iPad-is-Most-Popular-Tablet-in-Schools establishments and even more in revenue from the App Store , it’s in Apple’s best interests to give everyone the skills they need to code and create the Next Big Thing in apps. The redesigned curriculum is focused on introducing…

4 min.
grocery-carrying robots are coming. do we need them?

The first cargo-carrying robot marketed directly to consumers is on sale this holiday season. But how many people are ready to ditch their second car to buy a two-wheeled rover that can follow them around like a dog? Corporate giants like Amazon, FedEx and Ford have already been experimenting with sending delivery robots to doorsteps. Now Piaggio, the Italian company that makes the Vespa scooter, is offering a stylish alternative to those blandly utilitarian machines — albeit one that weighs 50 pounds (23 kilograms) and costs $3,250. It’s named the Gita (JEE’-tah) after the Italian word for a short, pleasurable excursion — the kind you might take to pick up some lacinato kale and gourmet cheese at the farmers market. Its creators have such trips in mind for the “hands-free carrier” that can…

5 min.
ad business a boon for amazon but a turn-off for shoppers

Mike Maddaloni went to Amazon.com knowing exactly what he wanted to buy. But instead of showing him the Synology router he was searching for at the top of his results, Amazon bombarded him with ads for hard drives and routers that he didn’t want. Maddaloni, a web strategist in Appleton, Wisconsin, said searching on the world’s biggest shopping site had always been a good experience for him up until a month ago, when he started seeing more ads. “Now I have to scroll down,”he said.“It’s annoying.” Amazon has turned its online store into an advertising powerhouse in just a few years. It overtook Microsoft last year as the third largest ad platform in the U.S. following Google and Facebook, according to market research firm eMarketer. That’s mostly due to Amazon’s search bar: Most…

7 min.
the 2019 black friday deals that apple fans should know about

LOOK BEYOND OFFICIAL STORES FOR THE VERY BEST OFFERS Yes, it’s that time of year again; Black Friday, which – being the day after Thanksgiving – falls this year on November 29. It’s an occasion that consistently proves itself a major shopping extravaganza, with brands and retailers across the nation offering some of the most alluring discounts you’ll see from them all year. And as you might imagine, Apple will be well-represented among those deals. So, which are the ones you should care about? APPLE ITSELF HAS SOME OFFERS… BUT NOT NECESSARILY THE FINEST ONES Before we go any further, there’s some both good news and bad news on the deals front. As an Apple fan, your first port of call for Black Friday savings is likely to be the Cupertino firm’s official…

4 min.
providing a unique experience is retailers’ holiday strategy

As Amy Witt prepared for the grand opening of her Dallas clothing store, she read up on the demise of thousands of chain stores this past year so she wouldn’t repeat their mistakes. “Big box retailers are selling 20,000 square feet of, what? Stuff. There’s no connection, no experience, no service,” says Witt, who opened A Velvet Window earlier this month. “That model no longer works.” So Witt has created a store that aims to feel like a home. She serves food and snacks, and helps shoppers put outfits together. She’s invited other local businesses to sell in her store, giving her customers something else to consider if they don’t feel like buying clothes. As small and independent retailers begin the holiday shopping season, they’re finding ways to give shoppers a reason…

2 min.
best buy cruises into the holidays

Best Buy is entering the critical holiday season with good cheer, raising its profit expectations for the current quarter. The nation’s largest consumer electronics retailer joined a handful of other big box stores like Target and Walmart which are putting up strong sales numbers from the third quarter. Best Buy, once under severe threat from Amazon.com, is holding its own after aggressively expanding its online operations, speeding up deliveries and making visits to its stores for customers a better experience. That effort was led by Hubert Joly until he stepped down in 2019 after seven years as CEO. Corie Barry took over the job in June. The Richfield, Minnesota, company has also recognized the value of technology that will help an aging nation. In May, Best Buy acquired Critical Signal Technologies, a provider…