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Educators in Australia embrace Swift to forge a new future

Educators in Queensland, Australia, are embracing Swift to equip students with the skills needed to succeed in the booming app economy.

Shopify’s Q2 results beat estimates as e-commerce shines

Canadian e-commerce juggernaut Shopify this morning reported its second-quarter financial performance. Like Microsoft and Apple in the wake of their after-hours earnings reports, its shares are having a muted reaction to the better-than-expected results. In the second quarter of 2021, … Continue reading

Engineering and Construction Costs Rise for Ninth Consecutive Month in July On Strength in Electrical Component Prices, According to IHS Markit

Engineering and Construction Costs Rise for Ninth Consecutive Month in July On Strength in Electrical Component Prices, According to IHS Markit

US Offshore Wind to Grow Rapidly But Likely Fall Short of Biden Administration’s 2030 Target, IHS Markit Says

US Offshore Wind to Grow Rapidly But Likely Fall Short of Biden Administration’s 2030 Target, IHS Markit SaysDriven by $100 billion in investment, offshore wind capacity expected to hit 21GW by 2030, yet still miss White House target by 30%

iPhone sales fuel Apple’s Wall Street-beating Q3

Another excellent quarter for Apple, as the company posted $81.4 billion in revenue. That’s a 36% year-over-year jump for the company, besting Wall Street estimates of $73.3 billion by a considerable margin. “Our record June quarter operating performance included new … Continue reading

Apple tweaks controversial iOS 15 Safari changes in latest beta

Apple is responding to user complaints and feedback about the controversial changes to the Safari mobile browser with today’s launch of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 beta 4. The new Safari design first introduced at WWDC had moved the tab … Continue reading

Apple News partners with NBCUniversal to share exclusive Olympics content

It’s hard to keep up with the Olympics any year, let alone when they’re taking place in a time zone that’s 13 hours ahead of you (if you’re on the U.S. East Coast). Apple News on Monday announced a collaboration … Continue reading

Smoking pizza ovens and pilfered dollar bills, or the early story of RapidSOS

The irony of 911 is that it’s a number that everyone knows (at least in the United States), and yet, no one really thinks about it. Few of us will dial 911 more than a handful of times in our … Continue reading

RapidSOS learned that the best product design is sometimes no product design

Sometimes, the best missions are the hardest to fund. For the founders of RapidSOS, improving the quality of emergency response by adding useful data, like location, to 911 calls was an inspiring objective, and one that garnered widespread support. There … Continue reading

Head of U.S. Department of Energy Loan Programs on Being a “Catalyst” for Wall Street and Why the Current Pace of Deployment for Climate Solutions in the United States is “Wholly Unacceptable”

Head of U.S. Department of Energy Loan Programs on Being a “Catalyst” for Wall Street and Why the Current Pace of Deployment for Climate Solutions in the United States is “Wholly Unacceptable”