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12/30/2011 Text4Baby

Text4baby is a free service available to pregnant women and new moms through pregnancy and a baby's first year of life. The women receive three SMS text messages each week, focusing on a variety of topics, including birth defects prevention, nutrition, the flu, mental health, immunizations and safe sleep guidelines. The service also connects women to resources for prenatal and infant care.

To sign up, text BABY to 511411. To receive messages in Spanish, text BEBE to that number. Sign-up is also available on the website,

12/29/2011 Lions Sending SMS

A new project to monitor the whereabouts of lions in Kenya €” especially important to nearby game herders who do not want their animals to be eaten €” is getting around the limited Internet infrastructure with the aid of simple cell modems.

Lions are collared with small device that sends SMS messages to a central computer system to log each animals location.

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12/28/2011 Cell Phone Contract for Kids

1. I understand that every text message I receive or send may be read by my parents, teachers, employers and law enforcement officers. If asked, I agree to truthfully decode texts.

2. I will not send a text that contains profanity or sexually suggestive or explicit messages. If suggestive pictures are sent to me, I will delete them.

3. I agree that text messages received or sent by me are not my private business.

4. I will not read or send a text message during the hours I am supposed to be at school or work €“ this includes baby-sitting.

5. I will not read or send texts during a meal €“ whether I am eating alone or not.

6. I will not read or send a text in the presence of a person over the age of twenty-one 21 years. I will turn my cellphone off and conceal it in their presence.

7. I will not read or send a text after 9 p.m. on weeknights. On weekends, holidays and summer breaks, I will not read or send a text after an agreed-on time.

8. I will not read or send a text message while I am walking, running, riding a bicycle or driving any vehicle. I will not place or answer a cellphone call while I am driving any vehicle.

9. I will not use my phone to gossip, spread rumors, flirt with another persons boyfriend, or defame or tear down another person.

10. I will pay for a new phone with my own money if my phone is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.

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12/27/2011 Average Number of Messages Per Month

According to Nielsen the following is the number of messages sent per month are:

Age 13-17 - 3,417
Age 18-24 - 1,914
Age 25-34 - 928
Age 35-44 - 709
Age 45-54 - 434
Age 55-64 - 167
65+ - 64

12/16/2011 Spectrum Crunch

With the millions of iPhones, BlackBerrys and Androids sold in the U.S., the massive demand for data use is far exceeding the supply of spectrum - the range of all possible frequencies through which signals can be transmitted.

The growing demand has seen wireless companies scrambling to gain an advantage over rivals by finding new and creative ways to acquire the spectrum, in order to provide the growing number of cellular customers the abilities to surf the web, instant-message friends and download full length movies... all from their fingertips.

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12/15/2011 Ghosted Text Messages

Mobile telephone users often send Short Text Messages dozens of times a day, secure in the knowledge that their SMSs are secret and private. This is no longer the case.

The Nation has established that some messages you receive may not be coming from the person shown as the sender on your phone book.

It is now possible for fraudsters to fake the identity of different mobile phone owners and send messages, some ill-intentioned, to offend the receivers.

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12/14/2011 Shopping Texts

Jumping on the mobile bandwagon, DDR Corp. has launched a cell phone-based marketing program at 27 shopping centers, including properties in Aurora, Macedonia and Solon.

The shopping center company, based in Beachwood, said customers at those open-air centers can choose to receive text messages for deals offered by nearby retailers.

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12/13/2011 Fugitive of the Week Texting

Information about wanted fugitives in Northeast Ohio can now be texted anomymously to the U.S. Marshals Service. Tips can also be submitted on the internet.

The text messaging option is in addition to the U.S. Marshals fugitive hotline number, 1-866-4-WANTED. In both methods, tipsters can remain anonymous and still qualify for reward money from the U.S. Marshals Service.

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12/12/2011 Drivers Will Not Hang Up

A federal study says one in 20 drivers observed at any given moment is holding a mobile phone to his or her ear, and that almost one in 100 can be observed sending a text message or otherwise manipulating a digital device.

At the typical daylight moment, some 13.5 million drivers are on a hand-held phone nationwide, the study says.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released the study Thursday, saying the use of phones while driving is holding steady, and text messaging is growing, despite laws limiting hand-held devices and a tidal wave of publicity about tragedies cause by distracted drivers.

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12/08/2011 Use Texting to Quit Smoking

Smokers trying to quit who took part in in a text messaging program called txt2stop more than doubled their chance of kicking the habit. Some smokers said that the text messages were like having an angel on their shoulder.

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12/07/2011 Bullying Via Text

A growing number of U.S. kids say they have been picked on via text messaging, while there has been little change in online harassment, researchers reported Monday.

Of more than 1,100 middle school and high school students surveyed in 2008, 24 percent said they had ever been harassed by texting. That was up from about 14 percent in a survey of the same kids the year before.

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12/06/2011 Donate via Text

You can text FOOD to give money to UNICEF or text AFRICA to support the International Rescue Committee. Soon you'll be able to contribute via text to a Maryland politician, state officials say.

Regulations to allow campaign contributions by text message are winding their way though a state approval process, and the system is expected to be in place early next year. The new method of giving is intended to encourage younger, tech-savvy donors to get involved in campaigns.

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12/05/2011 SMS is 19 Years Old

Do you remember what you were doing 19 years? Odds are high you didn't own a mobile phone, though you may have been rocking a beeper. But believe it or not, the very first SMS text message was sent off nearly two decades ago, much to the bane of linguists who twitch every time they see a shorthand message make a mockery of the English or any other language.

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11/29/2011 A Sentence For Texting Dissent

A retired truck driver was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Wednesday for sending cellphone text messages that a court deemed insulting to Thailands monarchy.

The conviction is the latest in a growing number of cases in Thailand under a law imposing harsh penalties for making insults or threats directed at King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 83, and his family, even in private communications.

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11/28/2011 Bionic Lenses

Scientists have taken another step towards creating the bionic man of sci-fi lore with a wearable display mounted in a contact lens.

A team from the University of Washington and Aalto University in Finland managed to squeeze all the necessary equipment into a wearable lens that could display information right before your eyes.

This consists of an antenna which draws on power sent by an external source, as well as an integrated circuit which is able to store energy for use in a transparent sapphire chip which holds a blue LED.

Bionic Lenses

11/27/2011 Cellular Phone Etiquette

Todays society is all about being connected 24/7. Cell phones now provide instant access to anyone and everyone, from corporate executives to housewives and children alike. While cellular connectivity is a comfort to some, it can be rude and disruptive to others. You may wish to be available at all times, but there are some times when it is simply not appropriate to use your cell phone.

Also, cell phones should not be treated as status symbols, and should not be paraded out simply to impress others. Regardless of how new and impressive your cell phone may be, dragging it out in a public setting is seldom going to win you any fans.

Cell Phone Etiquette

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