The Grammy Awards were good for CBS, which drew an estimated 9.6 million viewers to the network on Sunday night, a 3% increase from last year. It was even better for some of the artists who won the music industry’s highest awards, as many saw their listeners surge on streaming services.
The proclivity of Canadians to digitally migrate is one of several insights revealed in a recent survey of 4,000 Canadians commissioned by the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA), which reveals that 65% of Canadians have used mobile app-based banking in the past year, up 9% over 2018 levels and 21% higher than it was in 2016.
Bullying feels like a playground word. It’s the kind of thing we should have left behind with awkward school dances and braces and homework. And it is certainly the sort of thing that we adults should be above. But, of course, we’re not.
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Apple’s iOS 15.4 has a slew of new features for your iPhone. This includes new emoji, the long-awaited Universal Control, bolstered privacy measures and Face ID that works while you’re wearing a mask. (All these features are also available for iPad via iPadOS 15.4.) Apple has also since released iOS 15.4.1, a minor iPhone update to fix a battery-draining bug and security issues.