CellControl virtually links your cell phone to your car and blocks incoming calls when you're driving. It also blocks use of text and e-mail messages.
Taser International, the company that makes Taser guns for police, has developed software to help parents monitor and control their child's cell phone use.
Prototype allows for controlling a cell phone with your brain.
Listen to Don Reisinger's interview with RIM about the future of the BlackBerry and what it thinks it can do in the cell phone industry.
For $4.99 per month per line, the new "Smart Limits" service lets parents restrict talk time, text messages, Web content and the like.
An aftermarket device now available to consumers could put an end to distracted driving.
Pressure to enforce laws against distracted driving could lead carmakers to install hardware that automatically blocks features and services on a mobile device while the car is in motion.