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Sixty percent of Canadians gave themselves a "B" grade or higher for tech savviness, but when put to the test, only about 4 percent achieved a "B" grade, according to a new survey conducted for Rogers Communications. The survey finds that almost half couldn't answer questions about roaming, and two out of three couldn't correctly answer questions about data usage or online security. The majority (87%) said they are eager to improve their technology knowledge and 83 percent want to use a website to learn more. The survey was published for the launch of Tech Essentials, a new programme from

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