In the news … September 10, 2018

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Apple’s Netflix-competitor video service will make more than $4 billion by 2025, Morgan Stanley says

Apple’s video streaming offering will be a multibillion-dollar business for the smartphone maker, according to Morgan Stanley.

The firm reiterated its overweight rating for Apple shares, saying investors are underestimating the strength of its services business

CNBC

New interactive play at Oak Hammock Marsh lets audience solve decades-old Manitoba murder mystery

It’s a real-life Manitoba cold case that you get to solve.

A new theatre production being performed at Oak Hammock Marsh, about 35 kilometres north of Winnipeg, next weekend pledges to take its audience on an immersive, interactive tour through a true crime tale from the 1930s.

CBC

GOOGLE TURNS 20: HOW AN INTERNET SEARCH ENGINE RESHAPED THE WORLD

No technology company is arguably more responsible for shaping the modern internet, and modern life, than Google. The company that started as a novel search engine now manages eight products with more than 1 billion users each. Many of those people use Google software to search the repository of human knowledge, communicate, perform work, consume media, and maneuver the endlessly vast internet in 2018. On Tuesday, September 4th, Google turned 20 years old, marking one of the most staggeringly influential runs for any corporation in history.

THE VERGE

Twitter launches audio-only broadcasting on iOS

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