BrailleTouch brings 'eyes-free' texting to the visually impaired
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Android vs. iOS: Why do iPhone users spend 26 more minutes on their phones?

www.geekwire.com
If the smartphone wars get decided by time spent using the phone, Apple is winning handily. According to a new report from Experian Marketing Services, iPhone users spend an average of 1 hour and 15 minutes on their phones daily, as opposed to 49 minutes for Android users. According to...
Android vs. iOS: Why do iPhone users spend 26 more minutes on their phones?

WhitePages Scoops Up Mr. Number, an Android App for Blocking Unwanted Calls

allthingsd.com
Seattle-based WhitePages has acquired Mr. Number–a startup whose Android software aims to make it easier for people to see who is calling them and to block unwanted calls. Mr. Number has been fighting an uphill battle since last year when Google made it turn off a crowd-sourced Caller ID database...
WhitePages Scoops Up Mr. Number, an Android App for Blocking Unwanted Calls

Email is still the glue that holds the social Web together

www.pcworld.com
Email is old and in decline. Chat, texting and social networks are how people interact now, right? Well, not so fast. With every new social network and social service, with every new instant and not-so-instant way to communicate, email rises in importance. The reason is that with everybody choosing...
Email is still the glue that holds the social Web together

Over 100 million iPod touches sold, Apple says

www.electronista.com
Apple has sold over 100 million iPod touches since the device was launched in 2007, the company tells The Loop. The media player was conceived as a stripped-down iPhone, lacking any calling, texting, or cellular data functions, but otherwise sharing the same touchscreen interface and many of the same features....
Over 100 million iPod touches sold, Apple says

An hour on your smartphone each day means Google Glass can't come soon enough

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale We spend 58 minutes talking on or staring down at our smartphones, each and every day, according to a new survey by Experian. Surprisingly, almost half of that is good old-fashioned communicating via voice and text. And yes,...
An hour on your smartphone each day means Google Glass can't come soon enough

Stockholm's Plingm is a new startup vying for the mobile messaging / VoIP crown

thenextweb.com
If you’re looking to cut down your phone and text messaging bills, there’s no shortage of application makers ready to welcome you to their growing flock, including the likes of Skype, Viber, Rebtel, Nimbuzz, LINE and Tango, among a plethora of others. That isn’t stopping new contenders for the mobile...
Stockholm's Plingm is a new startup vying for the mobile messaging / VoIP crown

Majority of U.S. Women Prefer Smartphones Over Sex, Should Just Marry Their iPhones Already

betabeat.com
(Photo: webpronews) Okay, we’ll admit it: a smartphone is almost as good as a boyfriend. Texting is a perfectly fine substitute for talking, a Snapchat of a penis is not that much less exciting than the real thing, and who needs to fall asleep to the comforting sound of your...
Majority of U.S. Women Prefer Smartphones Over Sex, Should Just Marry Their iPhones Already
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AT&T waves overage fees for Oklahoma tornado victims

news.cnet.com
The carrier will forgo overage charges for voice, data, and texting for all those affected by the devasting tornado that hit Oklahoma. [Read more]...
AT&T waves overage fees for Oklahoma tornado victims
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