A freshly published patent describes a way to let you correct any mistakes in a text message after you send it but just before it's actually sent.
Edward Snowden says a surveillance state, where the National Security Agency vacuums up Americans' domestic communications, was "not something I'm willing to live under."
If your EarPods don't fit securely in your ears, a pair of these upcoming $10.95 silicone sleeves, called the EarSkinz 2, will make them stay put.
In an attempt to clean up the right-click menu in Word 2013 and WordMail for Outlook 2013, Microsoft removed the AutoCorrect submenu and other options. You can add spell-check to the Quick Access toolbar, but it's faster simply to press F7.
A Georgia student texts: "Gunna be at West Hall this afternoon." Auto-correct, however changes the first word to "gunman." Pandemonium ensues.
Correct spelling can really change the effect of an e-mail on its recipient.
Early reports of signal issues haven't fallen upon deaf ears. Verizon has promised a forthcoming fix.
No more stork clouds in the sky! Add your own words, names, and nicknames to your iOS auto-correct database and save yourself from potentially embarrassing auto-correct typos.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard adds automatic spell check to TextEdit. Here's how to turn it off.
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