Hospitals report a growing number of injuries from texting and walking from chin scrapes to broken bones.
Proponents of stricter rules against cellphone use while driving in Massachusetts will have a chance to make their case on Beacon Hill this week.
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire found that only two percent of teens had sent a sexual picture.
We all deal with more technology at work and home these days, but how about when you go out to eat? Many restaurants are now serving a side order of electronics as well as their popular dishes.
Hundreds of people are complaining about a new robo-calling scam that has already gotten several victims.
Telemarketers are now turning to texts instead of phone calls and there’s little you can do to stop it.
Massachusetts drivers are still sending and reading text messages, despite a statewide ban on texting behind the wheel.
Paul Gillin discusses how negative feedback puts positive feedback into perspective—a little negativity is a good thing. Also, Gillin explains that determining social media ROI is as easy as 3rd grade math.
Whether it’s in restaurants, at the grocery store or behind the wheel, it seems people are always on their cell phones. That got one viewer curious.
The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office and AT&T are working together on a program aimed at educating drivers — especially teens — on the danger of texting while driving.