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Getting Started with Instagram
April 09, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Not just for hipsters, Instagram offers inspiration to amateur photographers. Here's how to get started.
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For Teens, Cellphones and Cars Don't Mix
March 26, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Video cameras installed in the cars of new teen drivers show that kids have enough trouble learning to drive without the distraction of phones.
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Survey: Cyberbullying Worse than Parents Know
February 23, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Technology and kids' own fear can prevent parents from knowing that their child has faced cyberbullying.
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Mapping Dead Zones: FCC Charts Areas Lacking Cell Service
February 14, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Preparing to expand rural wireless, FCC first pinpoints areas without high-speed service.
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Stay Connected Overseas: 5 Ways to Save Money
February 09, 2012, Dan Howley, LAPTOP Staff Writer
It’s not uncommon for travelers to unknowingly rack up more than $1,000 in international roaming charges.
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How Online Services Can Help Preserve Your Anonymity
January 31, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Maintain your anonymity online with Google alternatives and other tools.
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Vimeo Releases Mobile Apps
January 09, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Forget the computer, Vimeo’s mobile app lets flimmakers do it all from their phones and tablets.
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texting truth versus lies
People Lie More Over Text Messages
December 21, 2011, Joseph Castro, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Do you lie the most while texting?
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American Drivers May Face Nationwide Cell Phone Ban
December 14, 2011, Bryan Lufkin, TechNewsDaily Contributor
If approved, the new restrictions would be the most sweeping yet.
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cellphone maps
Is It Legal for Your Cellphone to Track You?
November 21, 2011, Katie Gatto, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
What do the police, your parents and your spouse have in common?
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teen girl texting
Poll: Cell Phones OK for Youngest teens, Not Tablets
October 27, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The debate continues for when kids should get their first cell phone.
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Austin Wierschke, Fastest Texter 2011
Teen Named Fastest Texter in Country
October 27, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The person with the fastest thumbs in the country was named top texter at the LG Texting Championship in New York City
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Computer Toilet
Fecal Matter Lurks on 1 in 6 Mobile Phones
October 17, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
In case you needed more incentive to wash your hands, one in six mobile phones in Britain has traces of fecal matter on its surface.
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Report: Cellular Service About to Hit New York City Subway
September 23, 2011, Brian Oliver Bennett,
The dream, or possibly nightmare, could become reality soon.
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Hold the Line: One-Third of US Prefers Texts to Calls
September 19, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Prefer texting over talking on the phone? You’re not alone.
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Hey Irene, Can You Hear Me Now?
August 25, 2011, Samantha Murphy and Ker Than, TechNewsDaily Senior Writers
Can your cell phone handle a natural disaster?
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AT&T Cuts Texting Plans: Unlimited or Nothing
August 18, 2011, Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
It will only take 100 off-plan text messages to equal the price for AT&T’s monthly unlimited text plan under its new offerings.
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911 to Let Users Send Text, Photo, Video to Emergency Service
August 12, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Send a photo of the emergency to 911 responders
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Nearly 80% of College Students Get 'Sexts'
July 21, 2011, Remy Melina, LiveScience Staff Writer
Almost 80 percent of college students have received sexually suggestive text messages, a new study shows.
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Radiation Risk: Are Some Cellphones More Dangerous Than Others?
June 23, 2011, Natalie Wolchover, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
Some research shows that certain types of cellphones may emit more radiation and at more dangerous frequencies than other types. Experts compare GSM and CDMA mobile networks.
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FCC Cracks Down on Cell Phone Bill 'Mystery Fees'
June 21, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
FCC previews new rules designed to reduce mystery fees and other carrier ploys that create phone bill shock.
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Cellphones May Increase Risk of Brain Cancer
June 01, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
A group of respected scientists are urging a call to action for more research to be done about the side effects of cellphone radiation.
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T-Mobile Makes Its Wi-Fi Calling Feature Free (Again)
May 18, 2011, Jamall Oluokun, Laptopmag
It’s amazing what losing 99,000 customers in three months will do.
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Why the Mobile Web Experience Can Be Maddening
March 07, 2011, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Senior Writer
It’s twice as hard to understand complicated information when you’re reading through a peephole
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A Tougher, Greener Battery Could Power Phones in Africa
March 02, 2011, Rob Goodier, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
ReadySet provides development aid to Africa in the form of a rugged, green battery.
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