In this week's episode we talk about how Rogers, Telus, and Bell are selling your location data — likely without your permission; the new OnePlus 6 and whether we think it's impressive or not; YouTube Music and YouTube Premium are coming to Canada soon; iOS App Developers who want to start a "union;" and Twitter's date for limiting developer APIs.
-Google is pushing the Internet at large to be https
-Etsy is opening an AI research lab in Toronto
-Instagram is going to let you share grid photos in Stories
-The Internet by the numbers
- How Rogers, Telus and Bell sell access to your location data to third-party companies | CBC News
- OnePlus 6 is official: Glass body, 6.3-inch 19:9 display, and new cameras for $529 | Android Central
- Google's YouTube Music and YouTube Premium are launching in Canada in 2018 | Mobilesyrup
- Fed Up With Apple's Policies, App Developers Form a 'Union' Ahead of WWDC | WIRED
- Enabling all developers to build on the Account Activity API | Twitter
- Google Chrome is killing the URL security tag that highlights secure sites | Mobilesyrup
- Etsy selects Toronto as the site of the company’s first international machine learning centre | Mobilesyrup
- Instagram now lets users share posts directly to stories | Mobilesyrup
- Brilliant Ads on Twitter: "What happens in an internet minute in 2018?… "