The Busy-Week Edition Sunday, March 20, 2016

Apple Vs. The F.B.I.: How The Case Could Play Out, by Katie Benner and Matt Apuzzo, New York Times

On Monday, the company is holding an event at its Silicon Valley headquarters to unveil smaller versions of its iPhone and iPad Pro. Then on Tuesday, Apple will face off against the United States government at a hearing in federal court in Riverside, Calif., over whether it must help law enforcement break into an iPhone used by a gunman in last year’s San Bernardino, Calif., terrorist attack.

Can Apple's $1.5bn Green Bond Inspire More Environmental Investments?, by Alison Moodie, The Guardian

On the surface, green bonds seem counter intuitive: why would a company willingly take on debt to finance environmental efforts? But Apple’s recent decision to issue its first green bond suggests that this type of investment could play a key role in reigning in global warming.

Heart And Stroke Foundation Brings Basic CPR Training To Your Smartphone&utm_content=FeedBurner), by Matt Meuse, CBC

Shelley Parker, resuscitation program manager for the foundation's B.C. and Yukon division, said the goal of the app is to give Canadians at least a basic knowledge of CPR so they feel more comfortable responding in emergency situations.

Clip Studio Paint Now Includes Classic Animation, by Dennis Sellers, Apple World Today

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This morning, I accidentally ate two sets of breakfast. Both are noodles. Both are among my favorite breakfast food.


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