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Wireless devices could raise risk of brain cancer: World Health Organization

OTTAWA -- The cancer agency of the World Health Organization says using cell phones and other wireless devices may put people at greater risk of brain cancer, but more study is needed to be certain....

Sony reports online security breach, 2,000 Sony Ericsson Canada customers hit

There have been no reports of damage from the security breach, discovered Tuesday, and the server has been shut down, he said. An investigation was under way, and other details were not immediately...

Goodbye, telephone

Times are tough. We had to let our butler go yesterday. Well, he wasn't really our butler. "He" was a pleasant, cultured British voice that prompted callers to our land line to leave a message....

Cell Phones in Cars: B.C. Government Gets it Half Right

Driver alert: as of January 1, 2010 you'll have to put down that cell phone and switch to a hands-free device. But why is the provincial government ignoring research that shows that hands-free phones

Distracted Drivers

Scared of your fellow drivers? You're not alone, Stacey Robinsmith reports.