Researchers at York University have sent a text message through vodka, proving the possibility of molecular text messaging, which could be useful in places unreached by radio waves.
"Screw it," New York’s governor Andrew Cuomo (probably) thought. People will text and drive, so let’s give them a safe place to do their texting.
Not to give it all away in the summary, but it says that you're probably shallow.
We may associate texting with kids, but surveys show that adults are more likely to text while driving, despite the obvious danger.
The next phase of text messaging may be led by hyper-realistic avatars like Zoe, a software framework that gives your messages life through virtual emotion.
The ORIGOSafe both has a frustrating name to type and will stop you from texting while driving.
Send someone an Emoji icon, and this messenger will translate it into sounds.
Next time you're in Nevada, be careful with that phone: you might get fined $250 for texting while walking.
Increasingly, how we use our gadgets offers more clues about human behavior and health than which devices we choose to include in our tech arsenals. Now a new study indicates that, in certain cases, a person's garbled text messages could point toward a serious neurological condition, or even signal an imminent medical emergency.
Most kids these days are addicted to texting, but if you want them to learn why is so much easier to simply talk to their friends, get them to try some of these ridiculous texting wristbands.