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Consumers ‘embracing mobile technology’ for social networking: report

Briefs | 05/15/2014 6:21 pm EDT

More users of social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, are connecting to those sites on mobile devices, MTM, a CBC/Radio-Canada project, said in a report Thursday.

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