ChannelNext 2015
Welcome to Today is Sunday, October 4, 2015. Issue number: 3129
News Features

Samsung Canada launches Solve for Tomorrow Education Challenge with $500000 in Classroom Technology to be Awarded
With Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills critical for careers of tomorrow, new research commissioned by Samsung Canada and led by The Learning Partnership confirmed that school leaders, teachers, parents/guardians and students across Canada are ready to embrace new technologies in the classroom.

Apple Brings Apple Music, iTunes Movies & iBooks to Customers in China
Apple Music combines an extensive and diverse music library with the knowledge of world-class music experts who have programmed playlists and radio stations just for you.

Latest News

Chrissy Teigen Slams Peeple App

TFO launches an all-video platform: A one-stop destination for audiences seeking educational content for the digital age

Absolute Collaborates with Lenovo EMEA to Introduce European Factory Activation

The Quebec Technology Association (AQT) launches a $10M fund for member companies in the Greater Quebec City and Eastern Quebec regions and adds $10M to the Montreal fund

Past Features

Rogers, partners rebrand digital magazine service as Texture by Next Issue

Linux-Based Botnet Hits Servers with Powerful DDoS Attacks

Intel Commits to Mitigating Automotive Cybersecurity Risks

Microsoft Azure delivers market-leading innovations

Facebook Suffers Global Outage For 30 Minutes

Apple Announces Record iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus Sales

Uh Oh! North America Runs Out of Internet Addresses

Gartner Says Healthcare Providers in India to Spend US $1.2 Billion on IT in 2015

EMC Helps Preserve History Through The Digitization of Artifacts

UK conference helps VARs and MSPs build a bigger, better and stronger business

Mozilla Adds Instant Messaging to Firefox Hello

IBM Helps Make Bring Your Own Cloud Apps Safe for Work

From The Blogs

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