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07/31/2015 Text Messaging: Effects on Romantic Relationships and Social Behavior

While texting enables romantic partners to develop and maintain their relationships, it also may create a potential strain.

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07/29/2015 A Brief History of Text Messaging

How did text messaging evolve from a high-tech feature to a cellphone staple? Check out its history here.

Brief History of Text Messaging


07/27/2015 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.

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07/24/2015 Nine Types of Text Message Monsters

Texts are great for two things. The first is short, essential information that does  not merit a phone call, but is great to have on hand.

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07/22/2015 7 Gotta-know iOS and Android Text-messaging Tricks

Read on for seven texting tricks you need to know, starting with...

Sounds simple, but forwarding a text or picture message to someone else on an iOS or Android device is not easy if you have never done it before.

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07/20/2015 The Sweet Smell of Text Messages

Back when people communicated more often through physical letters, there was a strong market for perfumed stationery. One sniff, it is said, could bring a rush of memories or longings.

Now communication is digital and instant. You can watch videos and hear voices of your loved ones. But smell? Not so much.

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07/13/2015 The Father of Text Messaging has Passed On

Matti Makkonen, who is considered the father of SMS, has died at 63.

The Finnish inventor pitched the idea for text messaging in 1984 according to Wired, while having a pizza dinner during a telecom conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. His creation has gone on to become a vital form of communication worldwide.

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07/17/2015 Text Messaging Therapy

If people could text their therapist when they need them from their own home, would that make people more likely to use a therapist and use them more often?

The tele-therapy trend was the driving force for Talkspace, a company married couple Roni and Oren Frank founded and launched in 2012. Roni credited therapy with saving their marriage.

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07/15/2015 Text Messaging Exercise Study

Chetan Mistry and the Behavioural Medicine Lab at the University of Victoria (BC) are seeking participants for an exercise planning study, delivered entirely via mobile phone through text messages!

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07/13/2015 FCC Approves New Rules So You Can Block Robocalls And Spam Text Messages

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted in favor of the protection of consumers against unwanted spam text messages and robocalls on both landlines and mobile phones.

The FCC approved new rules that will allow carriers to provide better call-blocking services to subscribers without violating rules on connecting calls. The agency also detailed a few exceptions to the new order, such as pharmacies calling customers for medication refills or calls from financial institutions alerting patrons of possible fraud on their bank accounts. However, debt collection or marketing calls from these companies are not included in the very narrow exclusions.

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07/10/2015 How Does Your iPhone Actually Crash?

You know that text thats going around? The one that will crash your whole iPhone if you get it? You may already know first hand, but it is for real. Here's how it works, as far as we can tell.

So what is this nasty little piece of text doing? Before we get there lets lay out a little vocab.

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07/08/2015 Text Messaging Surveys

A new study in PLoS One suggests that surveys delivered via smartphones as text messages may gather higher quality data than phone calls.1

The ubiquity of smartphones make them a great resource for gathering all sorts of data. UCSF’s Health e-Heart study is built on that idea, aiming to collect health data on a million people through their smartphones – including survey data.

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07/06/2015 Crashing Cell Phones

All it takes to crash an iPhone is one text message, because of a small set of Arabic characters that grow longer when you delete them. Probably.

So says Tom Scott, a British engineer and TV personality known for his explanatory YouTube clips. He tackled the interesting bug in a video published Friday.

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07/02/2015 Making Use of Cell Phones Abroad

Prices for calling, texting and using data overseas continue to fall, but the larger system relies on a haphazard and incomplete set of agreements among wireless companies from every country on earth.

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06/30/2015 Textitis?

Texting has made communication swifter and more accessible than ever before, but that is not without pitfalls. Texting is distracting, and texting while driving has been documented as even more dangerous than drinking behind the wheel. Texting can exacerbate joint pain and, in more serious conditions, lead to neurological damage. With eyes glued down to a screen, texting can lead to everyday aches and pains.

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