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First came a ban in New York against cellphone handset use while driving, but now texting behind the wheel may face the same fate. Yeah, we agree on this one -- after all, texting takes your eyes of the road unless you have some speech-to-text thing going on in that handset. Anyhoo, New York senator

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July 19, 2007 at 5:32PM
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With almost every cellphone these days featuring music ringtones, video cameras and text messaging, school officials in Italy have apparently had enough of all this mobile nonsense. The country has taken the rather drastic (or reasonable, depending on how you look at it) measure of banning schoolchi

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We've seen SMS come a long way in the last 10 years. What once was a phenom largely used in Europe's ubiquitous GSM systems has become a global sensation used from small kids to aging grandparents. Raking up billions of text messages a month qualifies SMS as critical mass, yes? Anyhoo, Samsung want

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