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5 Reasons It's Okay To Always Be On Your Phone

As much as people say our human interaction has become limited due to our use of phones the truth is when you're in an environment you can embrace, the human connection will take over. Our phones have helped bridge the gap in getting us where we want to be with the people we want to be with, whether it's concerts, restaurants, movies or sporting events. The human connection and experience is still the goal, it's just that phones help us accomplish this a little faster.
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Should You Upgrade to the iPhone 6S this Friday?

When Tim Cook first debuted it I think the audience was wondering what all the fuss was about -- after all, similar to past "S" models it has the same form factor as the iPhone 6. Since the device is available in Canada starting this Friday, September 25, I thought I'd break down what the main differences are and answer the question on everyone's minds.
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5 Big Announcements from the Apple Launch Event

By now the dust has settled from Apple's launch event on Wednesday, and you've probably had a chance to read the recaps from the two hours worth of announcements. Based on the live Twitter stream and the post-event recaps, there are a few things everyone can agree on: first, the media had it pretty spot-on in their predictions for the event.
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The Story of 2014? Urbanization

Here in Canada, where more than 81 per cent of us now live in urban centres, the challenge is how to create successful communities that are safe, healthy and sustainable. Jobs are of course central, but so too is making cities affordable for the majority. In Greater Vancouver, the average house price now exceeds $801,000, a rise of 83 per cent in the past decade.
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The Lineup Starts Here

CUPERTINO, Calif. - Apple unveiled its long-anticipated smartwatch Tuesday, introducing a device that transplants the features of an iPhone onto a smaller screen that's never more than an arm's length...
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This Province Loves The iPhone Best

TORONTO - Albertans are buying smartphones and tablets more than any other consumers in Canada — and they prefer Apple products — while francophones living in Quebec City are least likely to have one...
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Your Smartphone Could Help Fight Disease

Through the use of a common smartphone, we may be even closer to germs than ever, with the ability to not only see them, but also help researchers and medical professionals with applications ranging from disease diagnostics to helping in the fight against global health threats such as malaria.