Roberta and Rick share some fun facts about the history of the cellular phone, and it may be older than you think. Can you remember what your first phone was? 8 more words
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The University of Regina is looking to recruit some citizen scientists.
Dr. Tarun Katapally, a population health researcher and assistant professor at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, along with other researchers from across the country are launching a new SMART study to explore active living patterns of residents of Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. 406 more words
My father is no longer with us, but I can’t help wonder what he would have thought of the city’s new smartphone parking app unveiled this week. 650 more words
The City of Saskatoon on Wednesday launched an app that will allow motorists to pay for on-street parking using their smartphones.
One of the wonderful – and horrible – things about cell phones is that there are so many to choose from. It’s wonderful because we have choice. 1,115 more words
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is seeking the public’s comments about an issue of growing serious concerns for a great many informed consumers, especially those who understand the hidden dynamics of microwaves and their non-thermal radiation waves, regarding the placement of “small cell infrastructures”, i.e., small cell towers just about everywhere, including next to your home either on your street or within your immediate neighborhood! 1,073 more words