Highlights/mobile

Health, Society

Distracted driving: Everybody else is doing it, but not me

Statistics don’t add up A recent survey of Canadians found that some 80 percent said they regularly see other drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel in the past year, but less than a quarter (21%) said they have done» 

Health, Internet, Science and Technology

Tracking your child’s mobile phone

Location tracking and social media. It’s late and your teenage child hasn’t come home. Do you find out by tracking the GPS location? Should you be monitoring your child’s activity on social media? An expert says this is fairly common,» 

Health, International, Society

Mobile phones: too much time for children and parents

A new poll found some perhaps not so surprising results regarding cell phone use. Some 54 per cent of teens asked said they spent too much time on their phones while two-thirds of parents were concerned over their children’s use» 

Economy, Internet, Science and Technology, Society

Canadians and wireless tech

Canadian use of internet and wireless phones, continue to rise This morning the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) released its annual Communications Monitoring Report. The CRTC is a public regulatory agency for broadcasting and telecommunication and its annual reports» 

International, Internet, Science and Technology

Radio Canada International launches mobile version of website

Radio Canada International (RCI) now has a mobile version of its website rcinet.ca which was launched Wednesday (May 15). Using a responsive design approach, the website adjusts to the size and shape of the mobile device accessing the website. Bigger»