There’s really going to be no middle ground here. Either you’re going to think this app is brilliant, or you’re going to …
There’s no reason to type out commonly-used phrases over and over again.
Unfortunately, not everyone reviewed their copy of the Common Courtesy Rulebook that should have come with their beloved devices.
Gogo is rolling out a new app that will allow passengers to exchange text messages with groundlings while they’re tens of thousands of feet in the air.
It may seem somewhat ridiculous that a simple text could carry such a stiff fine.
Considering smartphone owners aged 18 to 24 send more than 2,000 texts a month, it’s no wonder the number of abbreviations and acronyms in common use has skyrocketed.
Even if our basic communication methods don’t change much, we’ll still see new ways of engaging with each other.
The New Jersey appellate court’s opinion could hold people who send text messages to drivers liable for accidents.
Do you pay for text messaging? If you have a smartphone, you don’t have to.
Chilling new research suggests that texting while driving has become the number one cause of death amongst teenagers behind the wheel, surpassing drunk driving for the first time.
If you absolutely must send a text message while driving, you may be no better off using Siri or other voice software than you would typing the message by hand.
Texting while driving could be as dangerous, if not more, than driving drunk.