Wi-Fi Is Not A Danger To You Or Your Kids

Blair King | Posted 09.08.2015 | Canada British Columbia
Blair King

What is important is to look at the number and types of positive studies when compared to negative ones.

This Is How Canadians Can End Mass Surveillance

David Christopher | Posted 05.29.2015 | Canada Politics
David Christopher

Many Canadians are asking whether anything can be done to rein in the almost unimaginable surveillance powers revealed by Edward Snowden. From our research and consultation with privacy experts, there are a number of practical steps that can be taken to put a stop to surveillance abuses and better protect the privacy of Canadians.

Are Smartphones The Cure for Our Aching Shoulders?

Murtaza Haider | Posted 06.01.2015 | Canada Living
Murtaza Haider

Mobile computing devices including the standby chargers, which provide life support to battery-starved smartphones or tablets, are adding pounds to the bags dangling from our aching shoulders. For the sake of our shoulders and spine, we need fewer and lighter devices.

British Columbians Call 911 A Lot To Complain About Broken Wi-Fi

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 03.01.2015 | Canada British Columbia

VANCOUVER - B.C.'s largest 911 call centre is asking the public to stop draining its emergency resources with complaints about cold food or broken Int...

Free WiFi Coming To Vancouver Parks?

The Huffington Post B.C. | Posted 04.15.2014 | Canada British Columbia

What if you could sit at Kits Beach or Nelson Park and surf the Internet on your laptop or tablet? A Vancouver Park Board Commissioner is hoping to...

The Disease With No Name

Michael Kruse | Posted 09.02.2013 | Canada Living
Michael Kruse

Medicine can be tricky. Patients never present with the perfect cluster of disease-defining symptoms. As a patient, waiting for a diagnosis can be frustrating and fraught with anxiety. If you do not have a standard presentation of the symptoms, or the symptoms are so varied that they overlap with many other disease conditions, it is difficult to characterize an illness as a specific disease.

How to Be a WiFi Bandit While On the Road

Lisa Ng | Posted 08.09.2013 | Canada Business
Lisa Ng

When I leave the country to explore another, I usually take my laptop and phone with me to work on the fly and to check-in on things back home. The problem with using your smartphone in the U.S. or overseas is that data rates can get super expensive. Here are a couple places where you can be a WiFi bandit while travelling.

What WiFi Is Doing to Backpacker Culture

Valentina Jovanovski | Posted 01.30.2013 | Canada Travel
Valentina Jovanovski

Sitting in the lounge of a hostel in Munich, I looked around and noticed most people were consumed, not by interesting conversations with other worldly people, but by their electronic devices. With wifi now a staple in most accommodations, backpackers no longer need to rely on other travellers for advice and directions -- Googlemaps and TripAdvisor can take care of that.