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Mobile Technology News, April 22, 2014

As developers for tablets and smartphones we like to keep abreast of the latest mobile technology developments . This is a daily digest of mobile development and related technology news gathered from the BBC, the New York Times, New Scientist and the Globe and Mail to name a few. We scour the web for articles concerning, iPhone, iPad and android development, iOS and android operating systems as well as general articles on advances in mobile technology. We hope you find this useful and that it helps to keep you up to date with the latest technology developments.

  • Facebook boss wants women to act
    Facebook’s highest ranked woman has said women need to take action to create a more equal world.
  • Apple now accepts all used Apple products for recycling at all stores
    Continuing its multi-pronged and environmentally-minded publicity push on Monday, Apple has also initiated a new program that will turn all Apple Stores into recycling centers, accepting all used Apple devices either for free (in the case of non-functional and older devices) or in exchange for a gift card (for newer, functional units). The new plan is part of an effort to reduce the company’s “footprint” in terms of manufacturing pollution, and keep more of its electronics out of landfills.

  • Why Women Are The Stronger Sex, According To Science And Other Anecdotal Awesomeness
    Sure, things are undeniably sunnier for women in the “Lean In” culture of 2014, but we’re not fully there yet. Here are some cold, hard facts:

    • We’ve still never had a woman president…
    • …or vice president…
    • …or Chief Justice of the Supreme Court….
    • …or White House chief of staff, or director of the CIA.
    • (We could go on.)
    • (And we will.)
    • And women still make 77 cents on the dollar as compared to our male counterparts.

    Yet we’re still somehow stuck waging war on words like “bossy.” (Or, you know, embracing words like “bossy,” depending on whom you’re talking to.)

    But don’t lose hope, because we have some incredible leaders out there, as well as some pretty fantastic science and history supporting the greatness of our gender. So without further ado, here are 15 reasons to celebrate your womanliness today:

    1. Listen, we’re not saying one gender is smarter than the other…

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    …but little girls are kicking little boys’ butts in elementary school and earning higher degrees at far better rates. Female grads now account for about 60% of U.S. bachelor’s degree holders.

    2. …although a woman does hold the world’s highest recorded IQ.

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    In the 1980s, Marilyn vos Savant’s IQ was recorded as a sky-high 228 according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The ensuing press attention spawned a still-running column in Parade: the eponymous “Ask Marilyn,” where vos Savant answers puzzles, riddles, and the like.

    3. Actually, women now outperform men on IQ tests, in general.

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    Formerly a gentleman’s game, statistics now show that women handily beat their male counterparts on the IQ scale.

    4. Whoa, did you know our immune systems are significantly stronger?

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    This is possibly due to estrogen’s immune-boosting influence or a number of other baseline genetic advantages, but it’s totally true. We KNEW IT.

    5. Statistically speaking, it turns out that women are actually better drivers than men.

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    So here’s a big middle finger to all the old taxi drivers who gripe about “lady drivers,” because facts are facts, boys.

    6. We’re also better with money!

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    Studies show that women make for superior investors for oh-so-many reasons.

    7. In fact, it turns out that a woman invented the original version of Monopoly in 1904.

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    Elizabeth Magie’s version was called “The Landlord Game.” And talk about an income gap: Parker Brothers bought the patent from Magie for a mere $500 after a dude named Charles Darrow had passed it off as his own. Poor Lizzie.

    8. Speaking of male-dominated fields like finance and technology … a woman was one of the pioneers for a little thing called the computer. IN THE ’40s.

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    In 1944, Grace Hopper designed Harvard’s Mark I computer along with Howard Aiken, which was used in the U.S. effort in World War II. She was also part of the team that developed one of the first modern programming languages (COBOL). Fun fact: She’s also credited with the term “debugging,” supposedly as a result of having to physically remove moths from the massive room-sized computers of the day.

    9. Oh, and it turns out: beer? That was us, too. Ladies were the first brewers, according to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.

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    According to The Atlantic, there’s a substantial movement to claim brewskies back from the broski-domain once and for all. Three cheers!

    10. Despite still being quite the minority in the U.S. Congress, a joint study from Stanford University and the University of Chicago proves that women are more effective legislators in the national arena.

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    Over the 20 years surveyed, “women in Congress introduce more bills, attract more co-sponsors and bring home more money for their districts than their male counterparts,” on average.

    11. Case in point: Let’s not forget how Senator Elizabeth Warren seriously has our backs.

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    We want to be her when we grow up. “America’s women are tired of hearing that pay inequality isn’t real,” she says. “We’re tired of hearing that it is somehow our fault, and we’re ready to fight back.”

    12. And despite those oh-so-tired claims (ughhhh) that women aren’t funny, ladies are clearly dominating comedy these days.

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    13. For God’s sake, BECAUSE TINA AND AMY.


    Aside from being our favorite humans to do anything ever, the duo absolutely nailed the hosting gig (again) at the Golden Globes, earning the award show its highest ratings in 10 years.

    14. Women completely dominate the beloved icon/media mogul category and only need one name: Arianna, Martha, Oprah. (Sorry, Rupert.)

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    And yes, OK, we’re biased, but we’re particularly proud of Huffington’s current efforts to eliminate burnout and encourage us all to thrive in our careers without sacrificing our mental and emotional health.

    15. And finally, because the best is yet to come.

  • T-Mobile Continues to Grow Faster
    Sprint Also Grows More in First Quarter of 2014
    AT&T and Verizon Enjoy Higher Retention Rates

    Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released analysis of the results from its research on mobile phone carriers for the calendar quarter that ended March 31, 2014. This analysis features findings about consumer trends in mobile phone activations from January-March 2014, and is based on its survey of US subjects that activated a new or used mobile phone in that three-month period.

    CIRP finds that T-Mobile increased its customer base by the highest percentage among the four largest mobile phone carriers, with Sprint close behind. Verizon was flat, while AT&T had a slight loss in existing customers.

    Among the four largest carriers, Verizon has the highest share of activations in the quarter, at 35%. AT&T had the next highest share, at 28% of activations. T-Mobile had 15%, while Sprint had a smaller share, at 9%. All other carriers (regional and prepaid carriers) together had 13% of activations (see “current carrier” in chart).

    Carrier Share of Activating Customers at the Beginning and End of Q1 2014

    These figures represent how each carrier added and lost customers during the quarter. In this way, Verizon captured the largest share of activations, thought T-Mobile had the largest percent increase among customers activating phones in the quarter.

    Relative to customers that activated a new or used phone, T-Mobile grew the most, from 13% of these customers at the start of the quarter to 15% at the end. Sprint also grew, from 8% at the start of the quarter to 9% at the end. T-Mobile and Sprint grew during the quarter, while AT&T and Verizon stayed at roughly the same level from the start of the quarter. Both T-Mobile and Sprint have led the market with novel and disruptive offerings, and consequently seem to attract new customers.

    AT&T, Verizon and Sprint also had the highest customer retention, with T-Mobile and other carriers retaining fewer customers in the quarter (see chart).

    Carrier Customer Retention Q1 2014

    AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint retained about 80% of their eligible customers relative to the start of the quarter, as T-Mobile retained about 70% of their eligible customers. We measure retention relative to the customers that a carrier had a chance to keep or lose. We define these customers as those that activated a new or used phone in the quarter, so they had the choice to switch or stay with their existing carrier. T-Mobile made up for this lower retention by gaining many more customers from other carriers.

    For additional information, please contact CIRP.

  • Showrooming Happens, and It's Overrated
    Most Amazon Customers Start and End at Amazon.com

    Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released analysis that indicates that rather than looking for items at a physical store, then buying them online, most Amazon.com customers started shopping at the Amazon.com website.

    80% of customers that made a purchase at Amazon did not shop first at a physical store for their most recent item (see chart).

    Physical Retail Stores Where Amazon Customers Shopped First

    A significant percentage of Amazon buyers don’t shop around at all. They start their shopping at Amazon.com and make their purchase at Amazon.com. Some buyers initiate their shopping in a physical store, and then buy from an online store, but this does not take place nearly as much as one might think – and it happens for a reason that should worry retailers even more than showrooming itself. Amazon appears to have built a following of loyal, committed customers that don’t even start their shopping at conventional physical retailers anymore.

    When Amazon buyers do their shopping online, generally they start at Amazon.com. 81% go straight to Amazon.com, while another 13% use a search engine, primarily Google to start their shopping, and only 6% start at another online retailer (see chart).

    Where Amazon Customers Searched First

    At least for Amazon customers, Amazon itself has become the shopping search engine of choice. Amazon buyers start their shopping at Amazon.com almost seven times more often than they start at Google and fifteen times more often than they start at another online retailer like eBay or the website of a multi-channel retailer like Walmart. It’s not a surprise that customers start shopping where they plan on buying, but online where there are very low barriers to shopping around, Amazon’s apparent power is significant.

    CIRP bases this analysis on our surveys of 600 Amazon.com customers: 300 who made a purchase at Amazon.com in the three-month period ending in February 2014, and a similar survey of 300 subjects in November 2013.

    For additional information, please contact CIRP.

  • VIDEO: Autistic workers get chance to shine
    Autistic people have historically struggled to find and keep jobs, but with as many as one in 68 American children being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. The Specialists Guild, a non-profit group in San Francisco, is working to prepare people with autism for jobs in the technology industry.
  • CEO Of 'Russian Facebook' Says He Was Fired And That The Social Network Is Now In The Hands Of Putin Allies
    So ends the slow unravelling of independence at VKontakte, Russia’s most popular social network.
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    Guarding against bugs, hackers and natural disasters
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  • How Recycling Will Help The World's Poor Earn Money, Access To 3-D Printers, More
    Two Canadian entrepreneurs may have discovered a way to simultaneously tackle the issues of poverty and plastic pollution.

    Shaun Frankson and David Katz, from Victoria, British Columbia, have started a company called The Plastic Bank which aims to capitalize on man power to help clean up the planet, Mother Nature Network reported.

    David Katz, president of The Plastic Bank, says that pound for pound, plastic is more valuable than steel. The issue, however, is finding a way to sort the plastic for recycling.

    In 2012, 32 million tons of plastic waste were produced, and just 9 percent of that figure was collected for recycling, according to the EPA.

    The Plastic Bank plans to mobilize the world’s poor to help sort plastic, and in return will offer them food, clothing, tools and even access to 3-D printer services so they can manufacture things they need.

    Almost half the world’s population lives in poverty, so really half the world is being underutilized,” co-founder Shaun Frankson told CHEK News. “And it’s not that it’s anything to do with the people, they are smart, talented, creative people, but they just live in such a disadvantage.”

    The official launch takes place next month in Peru and Colombia where the first sorting and recycling centers will be located, according to the company’s website. The company hopes to someday see plastic banks in communities all over the world.

    “If I can reveal the value inside people and reveal the value inside plastic, then I’m really solving both issues at the same time,” Katz told CHEK News. “And I can take someone and give them the opportunity to rise from poverty by collecting and cleaning the oceans.”

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Adds Steve Jobs Role To Pile Of Potential Movies
    As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Leonardo DiCaprio could play Steve Jobs for director Danny Boyle in Aaron Sorkin’s untitled movie about the Apple Computer co-founder. David Fincher was previously attached to direct the film, albeit in the loosest of terms, with rumors that he wanted Christian Bale to play Jobs.

    Whether this ever happens with DiCaprio is, of course, up for great debate. Since saying in December of 2013 that he was ready to take a “long break” after filming “The Great Gatsby,” “Django Unchained” and “The Wolf of Wall Street” in succession, DiCaprio has found himself attached to no fewer five projects. In the last 13 months, he’s been associated with nine films. Ahead a brief rundown of DiCaprio’s ever-growing docket, as told by the Hollywood trades.

    1. A Rasputin movie. “Warner Bros has acquired Rasputin, a pitch by American Sniper scribe Jason Hall that will be developed for Leonardo DiCaprio to play the Russian mystic who became an advisor to the Russian Imperial family the Romanovs.” — Deadline.com, June 7, 2013

    2. An adaptation of S. Craig Zahler’s come novel, “Mean Business On North Ganson Street.” “In the first major deal made by Greg Silverman since he was promoted to run Warner Bros‘ worldwide feature film production arm, the studio has acquired the upcoming S. Craig Zahler crime novel ‘Mean Business On North Ganson Street’ as a reteam of Django Unchained stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx.” — Deadline.com, June 27, 2013

    3. A movie based on King Harald. “Warner Bros has made a preemptive acquisition of King Harald, a pitch that Mark L. Smith is writing as a potential vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio. The subject: Harald Hardrada, the 11th Century conqueror who has been called the last great Viking king.” — Deadline.com, Aug. 6, 2013

    4. A Woodrow Wilson movie. “Warner Bros is acquiring Wilson, the just published Putnam biography of Woodrow Wilson, the academic-turned-politician who led the United States into joining the allies in WWI. The deal is being made to develop the film as a potential star vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio, with he and Appian Way partner Jennifer Davisson Killoran producing with Berg.” — Deadline.com, Sept. 16, 2013

    5. A film based on the Vanity Fair article “The Ballad of Richard Jewell.” “Leonardo DiCaprio will play a lawyer Jewell knew casually, a Southern attorney who mostly did real estate closings and seemed in over his head, but he guided Jewell through a hellish Twilight Zone that went on even after the FBI officially cleared Jewell’s name three months later.” — Deadline.com, Feb. 4, 2014

    6. An adaptation of Michael Armour’s “The Road Home.” “‘Crazy Heart’ helmer Scott Cooper has signed on the write the script, direct and produce with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran’s Warner Bros-based Appian Way. The drama will be shaped as a potential star vehicle for DiCaprio.” — Deadline.com, Feb. 23, 2014

    7. An adaptation of Jo Nesbo’s “Blood on Snow.” “‘Safe House’ helmer Daniel Espinosa is in talks with Warner Bros. to develop to direct ‘Blood On Snow,’ which Leonardo DiCaprio is eyeing as a potential star vehicle.” — Deadline.com, March 5, 2014

    8. An adaptation of Michael Punke’s “The Revenant.” “Leonardo DiCaprio has committed to star this September in ‘The Revenant,’ a gritty thriller that Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu will direct for New Regency, for fall 2015 release through Fox.” — Deadline.com, April 15, 2014

    9. A Steve Jobs movie. “Moving fast to replace David Fincher on its highly anticipated Steve Jobs movie, Sony Pictures is in talks with Danny Boyle to direct the biopic of the late Apple Computer co-founder. Boyle is said to have approached Leonardo DiCaprio to star.” — The Hollywood Reporter, April 21, 2014

    For more on this latest DiCaprio report, head to THR.

  • Glitches Prompt Suspension Of Oklahoma Tests Again
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma’s public schools superintendent suspended online testing across the state on Monday after middle and high school students systemwide experienced disruptions during high-stakes standardized tests for the second consecutive year.

    Superintendent Janet Barresi directed testing vendor CTB/McGraw-Hill to suspend testing after about 8,100 Oklahoma students experienced problems such as computers moving very slowly or freezing altogether. The disruptions affected students taking high school end-of-instruction exams and those taking tests in grades six through eight. A similar glitch stalled testing last year in Oklahoma, as well as in Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota. Of those, Indiana also used CTB/McGraw-Hill as its testing vendor.

    “It is an understatement to say that I am frustrated with McGraw-Hill,” Barresi said. “It is an understatement, actually, to say that I am outraged.”

    CTB/McGraw Hill issued a statement Monday evening apologizing for the disruption and saying that a “network service interruption” affected some schools and that the problem was found and corrected within three hours.

    “We worked with our technology vendor to isolate and correct the troubled network electronics,” according to the statement from company spokesman Brian Belardi.

    “We note that today’s event is unrelated to the capacity of CTB’s IT infrastructure, which has been greatly enhanced since 2013,” the statement said.

    Despite last year’s problems, Barresi said the state renewed its contract with the company for more than $13 million this year in large part because there was not enough time to solicit bids and select another vendor before the tests were to be administered this spring.

    “We looked at it and realized there was simply no time … to get that done and to be able to put out an assessment for this year,” Barresi said.

    Barresi said that technicians from the company were on site working to determine the exact nature of the problem. She also said that Oklahoma had taken numerous steps to ensure the state was prepared, including extra training and conducting “stress tests” specifically to safeguard against any problems.

    “This appears to be 100 percent a failing of CTB,” Barresi said.

    In Norman, a suburb about 20 miles south of Oklahoma City, more than 1,100 middle and high school students were scheduled for testing on Monday, and rescheduling will pose major problems to students, teachers and parents, said Shelly Hickman, a spokeswoman for the district.

    “When you have disruptions of this magnitude, it’s a big deal,” Hickman said. “It impacts the students’ mindset. It’s a huge disruption to them, and it impacts their performance.”

    Especially in larger school districts, comprehensive schedules are developed to test certain students on specific days, coordinate volunteer monitors and notify parents.

    “You have to reshift the entire schedule,” Hickman said.

    Students in grades three through five, who take paper-and-pencil tests, were not affected, Barresi said.

    After last year’s testing problems, Oklahoma reached a settlement agreement with CTB/McGraw-Hill for more than $1.2 million in damages, including a $367,000 cash settlement that was disbursed directly to districts. The money was also used for additional training for teachers and to conduct a study on the impact of the disruptions on student test scores.


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  • Mobile device recycling: aiding the planet and your bottom line
    On the eve of Earth Day 2014, many CIOs may be wondering what they can do to help the IT department, and the organization overall, be a better environmental steward when it comes to technology. One easy solution is a mobile device recycling program.
  • HBO Go Says Watching TV Is Better When Done 'Far, Far Away From Parents'
    HBO Go is saving the world, one awkward millennial moment at a time.

    After generating some violent backlash when the volume of viewers wanting to catch the “Game of Thrones” premiere caused the site to crash, HBO Go is hoping to prove it’s still the best way to watch your favorite shows and it’s hilarious new ad campaign has us thoroughly convinced.

    The series of funny commercials addresses that age-old problem every young adult faces: watching sex scenes with your parents. Seven new online spots show the cringe-inducing moments that happen when families attempt to watch their favorite shows together and those graphic sex scenes suddenly pop up. From parents over-sharing about their very active sex life to mom trying to guess the name of the actor who plays Robb Stark — it’s Paul Rudd, obviously — and dad affirming the “it’s your body, your choice” slogan, each commercial reenacts the horrific moments we’ve all experienced when watching TV as a family.

    All of the ads end with the on-screen line, “Might be a good time for HBO Go,” followed by a voiceover: “HBO Go. The best of HBO on all your favorite devices. Far, far away from your parents.”

    All we can say is well played HBO Go, well played.

  • Netflix Comes Out Against The Comcast-Time Warner Deal
    Add Netflix to the ranks of those opposed to a Comcast-Time Warner Cable union.

    In a letter to shareholders on Monday, the company formally came out against the proposed merger between the cable giants.

    If approved, “the combined company’s footprint will pass over 60 percent of U.S. broadband households…with most of those homes having Comcast as the only option for truly high-speed broadband,” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Netflix CFO David Wells wrote in the letter to shareholders. “The combined company would possess even more anti-competitive leverage to charge arbitrary interconnection tolls for access to their customers. For this reason, Netflix opposes this merger.”

    The statement comes less than two months after Netflix agreed to pay Comcast for access to its high-speed network to improve the video quality and loading speed for Netflix streaming customers. It also follows a strongly worded blog post by Hastings in March grousing about Internet service providers charging for faster speeds.

    In his March post Hastings wrote that “while in the short term Netflix will in cases reluctantly pay large ISPs to ensure a high quality member experience, we will continue to fight for the internet the world needs and deserves.” Monday’s letter also mentioned that Netflix would be raising prices for new subscribers to the service.

    “Internet interconnection has nothing to do with net neutrality,” Jennifer Khoury, senior vice president of corporate and digital communications for Comcast said in a statement. “It’s all about Netflix wanting to unfairly shift its costs from its customers to all Internet customers, regardless of whether they subscribe to Netflix or not.”

    It’s clear that Hastings and Netflix have a lot at stake in the future of net neutrality and the potential mega-merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Consumers also have reason to be concerned: Last year the two companies were the lowest-scoring cable companies in the American Customer Satisfaction Index, mainly because of the weakness of their customer service.

  • The Best Way To Get Rid Of Your Old iPhone: Apple Recycles
  • Netflix reports rise in profits
    Internet streaming video service Netflix reports profits of $53m during the first quarter, and says it will soon increase subscription prices.
  • This Balloon Experiment Looks Like Magic, But It's Just Physics (VIDEO)
    Didn’t think a balloon could rock your world? Think again.

    When you have a balloon floating in a car and you start driving forward, which way does the balloon move? In a new episode of the YouTube series Smarter Every Day, host Destin Sandlin shows us that the balloon doesn’t do what you might expect.

    Helium in the balloon is lighter than air around it in the car. So, as the car accelerates, air sloshes back while the helium actually pushes the balloon forward, illustrating an interesting principle of fluid dynamics. Just check out the video above.

    It may sound like an obvious physics phenomenon — after all, Sandlin’s five-year-old kid in the video got it — but watching the experiment play out is quite fascinating.

  • 'We Would Do Anything For That Kid:' Hockey Team Gives Up Phones To Support Sick Player
    In today’s technological era, it’s difficult to part ways with your cell phone for a couple minutes, let alone an entire month. But, the students at Billerica Memorial High School in Billerica, Mass., are up for the challenge.

    When the players on the school’s varsity hockey team first learned that 12-year-old Ian Cadden, who plays PeeWee hockey, is battling leukemia, they made him an honorary captain and had him throw out the puck at one of their games, WBZ-TV reported.

    The players also began brainstorming way to raise money for Ian’s treatments.

    That’s when Glen Corbett, the father of one of the players, stepped in and suggested the team give up their cell phones. He thought it would be a great way to get adults to donate money, according to ABC News.

    The team was on board and are now giving up their phones from April 17 to May 16 — and calling the fundraiser “Celling Out for Leukemia.”

    The hockey players got the word out about what they were doing and other students were interested in taking part. Now, they have collected 101 cell phones in total, which are being kept at the local police department until May 16.

    “We would do anything for that kid,” Cal Johnson, a sophomore hockey player told the Lowell Sun. “It’s only 30 days, not that bad. Hopefully this becomes a tradition to help anyone going through hard times.”

    The plan is that each student who gives up their phone for 30 days then reaches out to the community asking for a sponsor. Community members decide how much they are willing to give. Some are donating $1 a day for the 30 days. Some businesses are helping out by sponsoring for $500, $300 or $150.

    Any high school-aged kid who is willing to give up their cell phone for a cause like this is incredible to me,” Corbett told the Lowell Sun.

    Ian spends his Tuesdays receiving chemotherapy, attends school a few days each week and skates around to exercise his legs and get out of the house.

    “He’s a tough kid. A fighter,” Ian’s dad and coach of the Billerica Pee Wee hockey team, Bill Cadden, told the outlet. “Just to see him smile and his hair starting to grow back is amazing.”

    If anyone is interested in raising money on behalf of Ian and The a Fight Against Leukemia favorite this tweet. @BMHS_Athletics

    — Billerica Hockey (@HockeyBillerica) March 5, 2014

    If you want to help, make checks out to “In It For Ian” and mail to: In It For Ian, 6 Estey Road, North Billerica, MA 01862.

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