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Gartner
Generation emoji: Here to stay or just a fad?
My father, a longtime journalist and editor, is surely rolling in his grave. Somewhere, David Ogilvy cries. Emoji have taken over the written word.
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Cyberbullying
Parents concern for children and tech grows
A new study by Qualtrics shows the biggest concerns of parents for their children and technology are texting, sexting and cyberbullying.
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Smartphone
Kiwis are still texting and driving, five years on
The NZ Police is concerned at a rising number of people being caught while distracted by their phone, despite legislation being in place since 2009.
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Communications
Texting for business a vital communications tool
Text messaging is no longer just a consumer pastime, according to RingCentral.
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Texting
National 111 emergency text service fails
The outage began approximately 4:30am this morning and affects the ability receive text messages from people registered to the emergency service.
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Smartphone
We never talk anymore..
My big problem with phone calls these days is that you have to drop whatever you are doing in order to talk to the person calling you. It’s rather rude, really.
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Texting
Android App of The Week - MightyText
Bringing you text straight from your computer with the MightyText app!
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TV
Olympic fans told to text, tweet or watch TV
TV coverage issues has led to calls for lessened twitter and texting activities during the Olympics as data networks become overloaded.
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Network Infrastructure
Bench press for success
Workout networking, or 'sweatworking', may be the newest way to get ahead in business, but taking a break could actually be better for your Start Up.
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Telecommunications
Telecom offers targeted prepaid plans
"While some people prefer to talk, others would rather text or send a tweet."