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Friday's usually a slow day for Apple news, but we have a handful of stories for your listening pleasure:
- Apple's celebrating Canada 150 by adding a special section to the Canadian iOS App Store highlighting apps that were developed by Canadians and in Canada
- Google promises that it will stop scanning user emails in its free Gmail product in order to personalize advertising
- That iPhone 8? It might be called the iPhone Decade Edition...or not
- Google's YouTube TV is expanding to ten more metropolitan areas in the US in the next few weeks
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- Apple News is finally taking off for publishers, but there are still problems with monetization
- iOS 10.2 Beta 2 appears, bringing with it the TV app, an SOS feature, and more
- Apple's charging the credit cards of people who made early orders for the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar
- Gmail for iOS gets a much-needed update and a feature -- undo send -- that should be used by politicians
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- According to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, it appears that Apple will finally offer a streaming TV service later this year, making it easier and more affordable for people to cut the cable subscriptions.