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03/30/2015 Texting Saves Newborns

Representatives of the South-Korean cooperation agency Koica and the UN children's fund Unicef have visited Bugesera to assess how health services providers and community health workers use Rapid SMS technology to assist pregnant women and newborns. Both organizations have supported the establishment of the system.

According to Unicef deputy representative Oliver Petrovic, beneficiaries of rapid SMS include pregnant mothers, newborns and children under the age of two, while users are among others community health workers, providers at health centers, district hospital local administrators, as well as private sector and policy makers at central and district level .

He said that he was impressed by the work being implemented on the ground, where the Rapid SMS system is reducing maternal deaths and improving the lives of mothers.

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03/23/2015 Health Implications of Text Messaging

When we think of texting, we tend to envision a purely social medium: first to come to mind is often the image of teenagers firing off messages bereft with acronyms. While texting is an enormously popular social medium and has played a key role in shaping communication, it plays other significant roles in our lives. In fact, texting may have a variety of surprising implications for the world of health and medicine.

Health Implications of Text Messaging


03/20/2015 How Americans Use Text Messaging

Young adults stand far above all other demographic groups when it comes to their usage of text messaging. Fully 95% of 18-29 year olds use the text messaging feature on their phones, and these users send or receive an average of 87.7 text messages on a normal day (with the median user in this age group sending or receiving 40 text messages per day).

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03/18/2015 Does Punctuation in Text Messages Matter?

In 1895, the American writer Mark Twain published an essay in which he warned writers about the overuse of exclamation points. He believed it made them look as if they were laughing at their own jokes.

What do you think Twain would think about the frequency with which people use exclamation points today?

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03/17/2015 Text Messages are Digital Lipstick on the Collar

Divorce lawyers are increasingly seeing wronged spouses using text messages to show that a partner has strayed.

There is a question that has crossed the mind recently of anyone who has sent a cellphone text message while cheating on a spouse: What was I thinking?

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03/16/2015 Clean Out All Your Old Text Messages On iOS And Android

Fortunately, you can get your iOS or Android-powered mobile to erase older messages automatically. Here are the settings to use if you can live without your text history.

Before you get started you might want to review some of the most important conversations in your messaging app to make sure there is nothing you want to keep hold of. Any declarations of true love? Or, more likely, important addresses that you have not written down yet? If you are looking for something that can back up your messages somewhere else, there are a few options to pick from.

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03/12/2015 Samsung Is Charging for Emoji in Text Messages

If you are in UK and like using emoticons in texts for showing your emotions, you could be at risk of being charged hundreds for sending emoticons through text messages. In Britannia, a woman managed to run up a bill of more than £1,000 by using emoticons which she believed were free to send.

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03/11/2015 Is Text Messaging Changing your Brain?

The notion that text messaging can change the brain seems like science fiction, something that is said to scare teenagers away from technology. However, The Huffington Post reports that text messaging may indeed alter the brain.

A study indicates that text messaging on a touch screen could change the sensory-processing area of the brain. Arko Ghosh, neuroscientist at University of Zurich said that cell phones, smartphones in particular, offer a chance to see how daily life shapes the brain.

The brain receives signals from the body. It turns out that when a part of the body is used often, such as fingers from text messaging, it can adapt and become more sensitive.

The goal of the study was to determine if frequent text messaging can cause changes in the somatosensory cortex.

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03/13/2015 Verizon Conversion from TAP to SMTP

SMTP configurations vary from network to network. Some networks allow direct SMTP over port 25, others require that you relay traffic.

To determine which variety of SMTP is available to you, there is a connection test you'll need to run that requires the Telnet Client to be enabled in Windows.

Verizon Conversion from TAP to SMTP


02/11/2015 How Your Phone Can Make Driving Safer

As much as we love our phones, their widespread use has a number of negative consequences, and the fact that almost one in four car collisions involve cell phones is a particularly grave one. However, many innovators have responded to this danger, developing technologies that aim to reduce the role of cell phones in distracted driving. These devices and applications serve to build understanding of the perils of distracted driving as well as to fight drivers' urges to use their phones on the road.

How Your Phone Can Make Driving Safer


03/09/2015 A vicious new Android bug can make calls, send messages, and take photos all while your phone is OFF

A sinister new bug hitting Android devices is capable of making calls, sending messages, and taking pictures, all while the phone appears to be off.

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03/06/2015 TD Bank Using Texting for Pilot Program

Canadian financial institutions have made significant advancements towards mobile banking, such as cheque deposits, stock trading, viewing bank balances, and transferring funds.

TD Bank, the second largest bank in Canada, has announced a new way for customers, or future customers, to seek quick feedback. Rather than calling into the call centre, TD Bank has launched the ability to connect via text message with TDHELP. This was originally a pilot project that kicked off last Fall and allows to ask questions about TD Banks services.

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03/04/2015 Text Messaging Declines in U.S. for First Time

In countries around the world, text-message traffic has been shrinking because Internet-powered alternatives are becoming so widely used. American carriers have fought off the decline — until now.

For the first time, the American wireless market saw a decline in the total number of messages sent by each customer each month, according to a report published Monday by Chetan Sharma, an independent mobile analyst who is a consultant for wireless carriers. In the third quarter of this year, cellphone owners sent an average of 678 texts a month, down from 696 texts a month in the previous quarter.

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03/02/2015 What is the Right Age for a Cell Phone?

It is generally accepted that most young people own and use cell phones, but how young is too young? Unfortunately, there is no magic number or formula that resolves the question of when your child should be given a cell phone.

What is the Right Age for a Cell Phone?


02/27/2015 SAT Word of the Day Via Text Message

A texting service that sends a message to your phone everyday with a word + definition + example sentence. Now available via email!

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