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In the brave new smartphone -obsessed world that we live in, more and more people are sending messages through web-based applications like WeChat , WhatsApp and Snapchat . These apps allow consumers to send messages from their mobile devices to other
41 Read more Get Entertainment Newsletters: In my first ever blog for The Huffington Post, I am going to discuss the shift in social normality towards using acronyms, as well the distinct lack of physical human interaction nowadays.
Rabbit is taking the clunkiness out of Internet video chat, and now it has a new chief executive. Michael Temkin, a serial entrepreneur and advisor to the company, has been appointed CEO, replacing Greg Fischbach, a cofounder who will become
This is not our fault; it is not a disease that can be cured it is an addiction. Smart phone addiction is viral; we are forced to look at the 4.7 inch screen of our smart phone every five minutes or so...It would be a very rare event to find a young
10 December 2013 17 shares 1 View comments The world's first art exhibit dedicated to emojis will open on Thursday at New York City's renowned Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. The Emoji Art and Design Show aims to explore computer emoticons'
10 December 2013 A married police officer had sex with a 14-year-old girl after texting her saying it would make him ' as bad as a paedophile' , a court heard. Christopher Semak, 33, allegedly exchanged hundreds of messages with the schoolgirl and
Some of the future smartphones working on the Android platform are reportedly set to be equipped with built-in encrypted text messaging feature allowing for secure communications. Developers of CyanogenMod's encrypted text-messaging feature,
Customize the button title, message receiver and text in your local language...Use the large 'OK'-button to tell that you are fine or the 'Trouble'-button to ask for help. Location is always included in the Trouble-message, so e.g. parents will know
This case seems almost laughable. Orange send you a letter to confirm your account has been frozen and then later text you to say they have changed their mind. But since you've already received confirmation that the account is frozen, why on earth
Thousands of drivers are using their cellphones at any one time on New Zealand roads, a survey of 29,000 moving vehicles shows. The Ministry of Transport survey carried out at 52 sites around the country in June found that one in every 40 drivers was