We already know about the dangers of texting and driving. And we're also aware of studies suggesting a link between text messaging and poor sleep. Now, there's another health effect being studied in c...
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We know we at Notable.ca are not the only young professionals with never-ending to-do lists and in desperate need of at least another five hours (ideally) in the day. There's simply never enough time...
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With the school year back in full swing, it's a great time to revisit a topic that affects students, parents and teachers equally: social media. While social media use continues to grow and becomes increasingly common place, it is nonetheless an area of contention, particularly when it comes to kids -- both in and outside of the classroom.
Almost everyone in North America has a smartphone these days, but that doesn't mean everyone knows how to use it. Like your mom, for example. Now, we are very much in favour of parents getting on boar...
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While the philosophy of why we work continues to evolve and modernize, it still feels like we hold on to the dogma of what business is supposed to be. Perhaps with all of this moral awakening, sharing on social media, connecting to others and events like Occupy Wall Street or the Arab Spring, we should be paying closer attention to the human bottom line rather than the financial one?
OTTAWA - Police need special wiretap orders — not just ordinary search warrants — to intercept cellphone text messages as part of criminal investigations, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Wednesday.I...
Most people interested in media, marketing and technology think of smartphones as the device that is putting the PC world to rest. Yes, personal computers are still pervasive, but the growth of smartphones has been exponential and astounding all in one breath.
What a week it's been. As if the holidays aren't enough, we have a royal pregnancy, papal updates and Korean music light shows. Wait, which one of those is not like the other?
TORONTO - In news that probably won't surprise parents of text-obsessed teenagers, Canadians sent an average of almost 2,500 SMS messages every second last year, for a total of about 78 billion.That f...