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  • New App Keeps Tabs on Texting Drivers

     
    Texting while driving has become a nationwide epidemic, one that the developers of a new smartphone application hope to eradicate. The Vehawk app tracks a driver's cellphone usage during a trip and sends notifications to the account holder (most likely......
  • Cupholders Take on Starbucks' Trenta Size

     
    In 2011, after finding some two-thirds of iced-beverage customers already pony up the stomach capacity for a Venti, Starbucks introduced its Trenta size ??? a 31-ounce tribute to America's appetite for 1,000-watt stereos, quadruple burgers and Cowboys...
  • More cell phone savings, free Internet from AT&T

    More cell phone savings, free Internet from AT&T
    The wireless wars continue. That's wonderful, because as long as carriers keep fighting for your business, you'll keep saving big bucks. Last month, T-Mobile and AT&T offered savings on family plans. SprintĀ and VerizonĀ the largest carrier, have...
  • AT&T, T-Mobile cellular war saves families big bucks

    AT&T, T-Mobile cellular war saves families big bucks
    All is fair in love and cell-phone wars. Thanks to a brutal battle between AT&T and T-Mobile, we foot soldiers get to save big bucks on family phone bills. The blitz started Super Bowl Sunday. Tim Tebow kicked off T-Mo's campaign, saying the carrier...
  • EA is getting older, but keeping its edge

    EA is getting older, but keeping its edge
    EA Tiburon is starting to show its age. The staff at the Maitland video-game studio still consumed three tons of Captain Crunch and other cereal and 5,000 gallons of milk last year (there's a free cereal bar on every floor), there's still a ball pit in...
  • See the billionaire – then be the billionaire

    See the billionaire – then be the billionaire
    How'd they do it? That is often thought to be the primary motivation behind our fascination with the life stories of business behemoths: a curiosity about the means – both noble and scurrilous – by which mammoth fortunes are made. "Steve...
  • Seven ways to cut cell phone bills

    Seven ways to cut cell phone bills
    News of a potential $39 billion merger between AT&T and T-Mobile - two of the nation's largest wireless carriers -- has experts and consumers wondering whether cellphone customers will end up paying higher bills in the long run. 
 Why wait for...
  • 'No call, no text, no update is worth a human life'

    By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features In a ruling that could alter the lifestyles of millions of Americans, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended states completely ban the use of all mobile phones and other portable electronic devices while...
  • Florida coalition, including Justin Bieber, works to combat texting and driving

    Florida coalition, including Justin Bieber, works to combat texting and driving
    Florida remains in the minority of states where it is still legal - not to mention simple - to text, surf the Web or make a call on your cell phone while driving. But an unlikely group of like-minded individuals – including pop star Justin Bieber, a...
  • Don't get taken for a ride on car repairs

    Don't get taken for a ride on car repairs
    For consumers, information is power. But smart shoppers can't be expected to be experts in all categories of buying. That's why one of the biggest benefits of using the Internet is to lift the veil of ignorance that leads to bad purchases. A prime...
  • Florida tech companies carving out personal-safety niche

    Florida tech companies carving out personal-safety niche
    From emergency-response smartphone apps to GPS-based safety-alert systems for seniors on the go, South Florida tech companies have come up with a range of personal safety products that make life easier – and safer. Holly Giuliano often works late...