Tag: cellular telephone

19
Apr

April 22nd is Earth Day, what is your business doing to protect the environment?

Why Earth Day is Important? There are all kinds of threats to the Earth’s environment. Forests get cut down to make room for more homes and businesses. Pesticides and other pollutants get tossed out alongside regular garbage and end up in landfills or get poured down drains that eventually empty into the very rivers that…

1
Apr

Bell Canada Brings Cell Phone Trees to Ontario

This is no April Fool’s Joke! For nearly a decade, the United States has disguised cell phone towers as pine trees, palm trees and cacti. In some areas, they’re disguised as architectural structures like clock towers. Now, Bell Canada has jumped on the band wagon. Cell phone towers aren’t aesthetically pleasing, and some people have…

7
Mar

Travel Gadgets That Make Traveling Fun

Some people travel for business, some for pleasure, and some for both business and pleasure. Regardless of whether someone is traveling to land a new prospect or enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation, it’s nice to have gadgets that will make the trip more enjoyable. Of course, these gadgets can be just as enjoyable…

15
Feb

Canadians’ Right to Privacy Comes Under Attack

Canada has definitely been hanging around the US too long. The nation’s Conservative government has a new bill insidiously called the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act that would allow authorities to monitor the telephone and Internet habits of all Canadian citizens. The US Patriot Act justifies using things like roving wiretaps, to which President…

13
Jun

Blackberry, iPhone or Android? Which smartphone do Canadian’s love?

Looks like Canadians like the Research In Motion’s BlackBerry the most. Despite a series of public relation’s setbacks and analyst downgrades beginning with the underwhelming launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April, BlackBerries are still the most popular smartphones in Canada. Devices from the Waterloo Ont.-based company accounted for 42% of all smartphones in Canada in March, leaving behind

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