Hashtag Trending – Smart Cities Challenge conclusion; Apple Watch update; OCE Discovery

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One smart city in Canada will be $50 million richer at the end of the day. A software update for Apple Watch brings heart rate monitoring to more countries. And why technology is going to eat the world. Today we’ll know the winner of the federal government’s smart cities challenge. This competition kicked off in…

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