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Send free text messages with TextPlus

Tired of racking up massive SMS bills every month? TextPlus lets you send and receive messages without spending a dime. Plus, it lets you text groups, not just individuals.

By June 3, 2009


Google tweaks logos, embraces lowercase text

In a move straight out of former Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang's playbook, Google plans to roll out lowercase logos for its various products.

By May 21, 2009


Survey: 26 percent admit to texting while driving

New survey from Vlingo says one in four mobile phone users text behind the wheel, despite bans in several states and concerns over increased auto accidents.

By May 20, 2009


Teen claims 303,398 iPhone texts in one month

A Sacramento County teen claims she sends more than 10,000 texts a day. Or seven a minute. She also has a 40-hour-a-week job and gets straight As.

By May 5, 2009


Boost customers suffer text message delays

Boost Mobile's $50 unlimited plan has attracted so many new customers, they've clogged up the network, causing delays in text message delivery.

By May 1, 2009


Unlocked iPhone users on T-Mobile receiving blank text messages

A growing number of people who use unlocked iPhones with T-Mobile have been receiving blank text messages from a blank sender.

By April 29, 2009


StopThief locks or wipes phone with single text

Mobile download locks down phone if stolen.

By April 17, 2009


UMU StopThief locks or wipes your stolen phone with a single text

StopThief is software for Symbian and Windows CE devices that lets you lock or wipe a lost handset with a text message -- handy for cabinet ministers

By April 17, 2009


Dad takes hammer to kid's cell for 10,000 texts

A teenager in Cheyenne, Wyo., sends 10,000 texts in one month when her family's phone plan doesn't cover texts. Dad gets a bill for almost $5,000. Then he takes a hammer and smashes his daughter's phone.

By April 10, 2009


To get drunk fan kicked out, text 513-381-JERK

There is now a series of numbers to which fans of NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB and, yes, even NCAA games can text to get other fans who are drunk or, um, exposing themselves, to be removed.

By March 28, 2009