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10/10/2014 When Government Sends Texts - Take Note

House lawmakers last week decided after some debate to include text messages among the electronic communications federal employees could be fired for improperly destroying.

And some agencies, such as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, are expanding their use of Short Message Service, or SMS, technology to provide better services.

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10/09/2014 Text messages telling welfare recipients to brush teeth leave sour taste

Benefits recipients are being told to brush up on their oral hygiene as part of a New Zealand government text message campaign slammed as degrading by advocacy groups.

The country’s health ministry is sending regular text reminders to young welfare clients urging them to brush their teeth, and asking whether they have brushed today.

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10/07/2014 SMS Alerts on Power Outages

According to the new proposal, consumers will receive an SMS in advance about the planned power shutdown to enable them to organise their day better and finish important work. In case of unplanned and sudden outages, the consumers will be alerted about the reason for the power cut in the first SMS, and subsequently, a second SMS will inform consumers on the estimated time of restoration.

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10/03/2014 Research Reveals Danger Of Texting While Driving With Google Glass

Head-up displays like Google Glass were supposed to make it safer for drivers to multitask. Instead of reaching for a phone to send or receive a text, a driver would be able to read projected messages and dictate replies without taking their hands off the wheel.

But groups like Consumers Union and the National Safety Council have cautioned that hands-free, voice-based interfaces can still be dangerously distracting. New research is confirming their fears.

A peer-reviewed study conducted at the University of Central Florida in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory compared how 40 twenty-something-year-old drivers in a car simulator reacted to a vehicle ahead of them that slammed on the breaks. Researchers found subjects who were exchanging messages using Google Glass or a smartphone were equally slow to respond.

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10/01/2014 National Security Concerns Heat Up Smartphone Wars

A trio of headlines are shining a spotlight on a new twist in the brutally competitive smartphone market, where national security is suddenly becoming a major new headache for manufacturers. In one headline, Chinese smartphone sensation Xiaomi is being investigated in Taiwan for national security risks related to the storage of local user data on some offshore mainland Chinese-based computers. In a similar news bit, Beijing is reportedly considering forbidding government workers from using foreign-made smartphones.

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09/30/2014 Text Messaging Rules

Texting can be a wonderful and convenient thing Ȓ but thereȗs nothing worse than receiving a message with such garbled grammar that you canȗt figure out what itȗs trying to say, or multiple messages all in a row, or the dreaded We need to talk text.

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09/29/2014 Text Messaging Radar

Police radar guns are used to detect speeding, but what if they could also sniff out texters?

According to Pilotonline.com, a Virginia company is developing a radar gun that would do exactly that.

The company claims radio frequencies emitted from a cellphone could be used to tell if someone inside a car is using a phone, surfing the internet or texting.

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