Tag Archives: Internet

Wireless Substitution Continues Apace in U.S.

July 14, 2010

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Recently the Centre for Disease Control released updated information on the proportion of the United States who rely on wireless or cell phones for their telephone access at home. The research found that at the end of 2009, 25 per cent of American households (up from 23 per cent six months ago) only had cell phone. […]

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There is (or should be) an app for that

June 15, 2010

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Apps are the new Internet. Actually, they are transforming it from what has largely been a shared space (public websites, social communities, and email communications) to something more. Apps often use the Internet to deliver experiences and now more than ever governments need to get caught up. We need more apps and over the course of […]

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Internet Use Trends Up: Content is King

June 9, 2010

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The recent release of the Ipad in Canada highlights the continued relevance of the Internet and web-enabled devices for Canadians. It comes as Canadians gradually (though not completely) move online according to Statistics Canada. The Internet savvy will be surprised, perhaps, by Statistics Canada’s latest findings on Internet that show that 20 per cent of […]

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