Tomorrow morning at Edmonton’s West Edmonton Mall (WEM), a ribbon cutting ceremony will commemorate the opening of Microsoft’s first full retail store in Western Canada, and only the second in Canada.
A decent sized crowd lined up almost out the mall doors this morning at Edmonton’s Southgate Centre anxiously waiting in line to get in to the Apple Store and get their hands on the latest models of the iPhone – the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S.
For many, September means back-to-school, but for music lovers worldwide you’ll be excited to know that next month is also iTunes Festival month. It’s back for a 7th year, kicking off day one on September 1st, with Lady Gaga and wrapping up 30 days later with Katy Perry.
If you think your child aspires to become the next Spielberg or simply wants to have a little fun during the summer break, then encourage them to check out this year’s Apple Camp, taking place from mid-July to early August at Apple Retail stores across the country.
The Apple 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco kicked off with its traditional keynote lead by CEO Tim Cook. As expected, there were a number of announcements with respect to new hardware, updates to the Mac OS and iOS, which were not only designed to enhance the user experience but also a next step in bringing their desktop and mobile operating systems that much closer. Notably absent was any mention of refreshes to the iPhone, iPad or iPad mini, or the illusive iWatch, the last of which I was totally not surprised.