It's no surprise that a growing number of organizations are allowing BYOD practices. But along with that acceptance is a firm stand that the employee is then on his own, new research confirms.
Using your mobile phone to make phone calls--that's like so 20 th century. The generation that grew up with smartphones appears to not realize that they can make phone calls using their mini-computers.
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One-third of Americans--according a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention--said they read, text, or send emails over their mobile phones while driving.
As we sit down to enjoy our turkey dinners, let's remember that table manners not only include keeping our elbows off the table, but our smartphones as well.
A new study from Osterman Research says email addictions cause employees to engage in risky or inappropriate behavior. The firm's second annual "Mobile Messaging Study" polled employees at businesses
The New York Times ran a report yesterday about how teenagers in America are sending text messages at a growing rate. And carriers such as AT&T and Verizon probably aren't capitalizing on this
These days, mobile phones or Smartphones are always with us. There are times though, when friends or strangers ask to look at our new-fangled devices and it would be rude to reject them. Enter Ghost
13-year-old Reina lives in California and like many teenagers her age, owns her own mobile phone. She also likes texting, which is nothing unusual, if not for the fact that she managed to rack up a
In the past, we have reported on studies concluding that chatting on mobile phones slows freeway traffic. Well, yet another study, this time conducted by researchers at the University of Utah, finds