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One Degree Thursday December 1 2022

App Store Awards celebrate the best apps and games of 2022

Apple today announced the winners of the 2022 App Store Awards, spotlighting 16 apps and games that inspired users to engage more deeply with the world, expand their imaginations, and stay connected to friends and loved ones. This year’s winners represent a diverse community of developers from around the world whose apps and games were selected by Apple’s global App Store editorial team for delivering exceptional experiences and making a profound cultural impact.


30 Under 30 In Social Media

The biggest standouts in the social media space are creators who’ve become founders and founders who’ve become creators. They’re individuals who stand for something larger than millions of followers that translate to millions of dollars—be it a brand, political or social cause, or something else transforming our world for the better. They’re entrepreneurs who’ve convinced prominent partners or backers to believe in them and their ability to use their clout online to make a difference offline.


Apple Music launches new Replay experience; reveals 2022’s Top Charts

Beginning today, Apple Music subscribers can learn their top songs, artists, albums, genres, and more in a redesigned Replay experience. 2022 was a thrilling year in music, with listeners delving into new sounds, new languages, and new genres more than ever before. Additionally, the 2022 year-end charts show just how influential Apple Music listeners were in making 2022 a year to remember, both individually and as a community.


Federal and provincial governments to bring high-speed internet to over 1500 homes and businesses in Huron County

The governments of Canada and Ontario have announced an investment of more than C$3.8 million to bring high-speed internet service to 1,570 families, farms and businesses in Huron County.


Social media tools were key to ‘Freedom Convoy’ protest, expert tells inquiry

Social media acted as the “central nervous system” of the “Freedom Convoy” protest in Ottawa last winter, the Public Order Emergency Commission heard Tuesday as it considered the role of misinformation in the lead up to the invocation of the Emergencies Act.

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