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The Canadian icon called the refusal to adopt the federal app “bizarre and dangerous.”
Alberta’s ABTraceTogether app has faced multiple challenges since its launch.
The U.S. coffee chain says it’s trying to modernize the customer experience in stores with the first-of-its-kind location
Users tend to share a lot of person data with their menstrual apps.
The viral app has prompted a number of security concerns.
Though mobile fitness apps can provide inspiration to get out the door, experts say they can be unhealthy and dangerous.
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Have you noticed how most people don't carry as many things as they used to while traveling? Things like flashlights, cameras, maps, memory sticks, newspapers, magazines, games and books. These items and others have all been replaced by smart phones and devices. While they make our lives more convenient and easier, they also collect information about us.
The availability of these instant solutions have shifted not just our lifestyles, but our very decision making processes. With all of the luxuries and conveniences on-demand tools provide, they can be an unhealthy pairing when it comes to food.
Already struggling to keep up with your phone storage this year? It's said that the average smartphone user will snap around 3,600 photos in one year, taking up space and overloading storage. Though it's become second nature to document our lives with photos, but not every photo needs to be kept.