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Emergency help may now be at your fingertips. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) recently voted 3-2 to adopt a rule requiring all U.S. cell phone carriers and certain app developers to implement services allowing users to send text messages to 911 by the end of 2014. [...]Continue Reading →
Thirty-year study underway to research link between cellphone use and negative health effects.
iPad potential taken to new heights as concert pianist performs on device at symphony hall.
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Help in Haiti: Technological Exploitation of Social Networking Sites and Cell Phone Companies During a Time of Need
On January 22, 2010 By Yoshana Jones July 22, 2010
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 is a date that, literally, shook modern history. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean nation of Haiti and left its capitol of Port-au-Prince largely in ruins. Haiti, which is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, will need international aid to rebuild its struggling country from scratch. [...]Continue Reading →
On September 24, 2008 By JETLaw September 24, 2008
The fairly sudden, seemingly inexplicable rise in the price of text messages is setting off alarms. In 2005, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile all charged ten cents per text message. Sprint doubled the price to twenty cents in 2007, and by the end of this year, all three of the other major carriers will [...]Continue Reading →
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