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Inquiry Blog Post 4: Library Projects and Mobile Devices in Developing and Developed Nations

I found it very interesting to read about the various international projects Marlene Asselin, Associate Professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, is working on to help promote literacy and access to information in developing nations. 971 more words

The New Look Moto 360 Arrives At Telus

Telus reached out to me late today to announce that the new look Moto 360 is now being carried by the carrier. As of today they will be introducing both the  48 more words

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Telus Suggests That We All #BeAppSafe

These days, we use apps on our smartphones for literally everything. While awesome, and in some cases critical to our jobs, apps can access and use an incredible amount of our personal information without our knowledge or permission! 99 more words

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New Telus data charges could cost some Netflix users

CALGARY- Telus is introducing new charges for Internet customers who exceed their monthly data allowance, and those charges could lead to higher data bills for some, like heavy Netflix users. 327 more words

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No present for you!

Tomorrow the beer is free, tomorrow belongs to me, everything is going to be better tomorrow. This simple marketing trick has been working for thousands of years so well that… 48 more words

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Rogers Cable in Canada Reaches Partner Agreements, Expanding WWE Network Availability in Canada

In another press release, Canadian wrestling fans got good news regarding the expanded reach of WWE Network in their country.  Rogers Media has reached several key partnerships with other carriers, allowing WWE Network to be seen by more homes.  362 more words

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Telus proposes giant media screen for downtown Vancouver high-rise

WATCH (above): A giant screen that would display media content on a vancouver high-rise is causing quite a buzz. Catherine Urquhart reports.

A newly proposed giant media screen that would display content on a Vancouver high-rise is causing some buzz but residents in the area are not so keen on the idea. 116 more words

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