Canadians Ask: “What Generation Gap?”

Rogers released their newest Innovation Report today, which touches on the differences between how parents and their children use their smartphones and tablets. A couple of stand out points from the report include:

– 29% of parents consider themselves to be technologically inclined, while 43% admit they ask their children for help when it comes to using technology;

– Nearly one third of parents surveyed say technology allows them to be closer to their children than they were with their own parents;

– 52% of the younger generation surveyed are friends with their parents on Facebook.

For the full report, you can visit here.

We welcome you to discuss this in our Smartphone and Tablet Computing Forum.

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