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One Degree Friday March 31 2023

Apple’s WWDC 2023 keynote will take place on June 5

Apple will host its 34th annual Worldwide Developers Conference at its Cupertino, California, headquarters from Monday, June 5 through Friday, June 9, the company announced on Wednesday. The conference will kick off with “a special all-day event,” inclusive of the customary keynote presentation and the platform State of the Union talks. The language on Apple’s website suggests that like last year, some or all of those will be presented in prerecorded video form rather than as a live on-stage presentation.


Netflix’s Cheaper Ad-Supported Plan Now Available on Apple TV

When Netflix launched its ad-supported plan back in November, it did not work on the ‌Apple TV‌. Netflix at the time said that support for the plan would be “coming soon,” with access to Netflix on the ‌Apple TV‌ limited to the more expensive Basic, Standard, and Premium plans.


E3 2023 has been canceled

Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft and other major players in the game industry have all confirmed that they would have no presence on the E3 2023 show floor. Now the event itself won’t happen at all.


YouTube Shorts Monetization: What You Need to Know

The explosion of the TikTok platform has forced many content creators to reconsider their strategy. While almost all of them previously devoted hours and hours to making long-form tutorial or explainer videos, we are seeing more and more short-form content as attention spans dwindle and creators find it allows them to produce a greater quantity of content in a constant battle for views.


Ecosystems for the rest of us

Digitally enabled ecosystems are a vital part of the modern business landscape. They open the door to new customers and markets, and broaden and enhance a firm’s value proposition through the seamless bundling and integration of goods and services. Last but not least, ecosystems help companies become more innovative. It’s little wonder so many want to get involved.


Strategy school: digital leaders debate how to drive transformation

When he joined Digital Iceland as chief executive, Andri Heiðar Kristinsson was told: “Do not start with a strategy. We want you to start by doing things.”
At the Global Government Digital Summit, digital leaders from around the world discussed how – and whether – to produce a digital strategy, and pitched their ideas on how best to build support, secure funding and reform commissioning. Matt Ross reports


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