Tag Archives: text messages

People are Evil: Half of Phone Break-Ups Committed Through Text Messages

Take these survey results with a tremendous grain of salt, we’re talking boulder-sized, just for the sheer fact that it was conducted through a relatively small sample through a social networking start-up. MocoSpace asked 20,000 of their 10.3 million user base a few questions regarding their cellphone usage when it comes to their love life. And as usual, the results ...

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We Send 4.1 Billion Text Messages a Day

According to the twice yearly CTIA survey about text messages and mobile usage, America sends an average of 4.1 billion, yes BILLION, text messages a day. Our grand total for the half-year so far is 740 BILLION text messages. What are we? A bunch of 12-year-old girls? How many of these conversations do you think took place with users right ...

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People Lie When They Say They’ve LOL’d and Other Interesting Cellphone Stats

UK phone retailer Right Mobile Phone conducted an interesting survey among their customers and got some intriguing results. According to their survey: 71% say using their favorite song as their alarm clock, versus the system default or no alarm clock at all, made them feel happier that day 80% say notreceivinga reply to their text messages makes them feel negative, ...

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Embroidered Text Messages

Many of life’s major moments transpire through text messages these days. If you don’t have a phone with a high-storage capacity, you probably have to frequently clean out your text messages, which means you don’t get to keep all of those memorable messages. Ginger Anyhow figured out how to save those moments forever and even advertise them around her home. ...

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iPhone Cell Stickies Help Glorify Your Existence

We already know we are the greatest human beings in the universe, but it would be nice to hear it from other people too. The problem is that we don’t hear anything even close to that claim from our friends or even our own mothers. So why not get a little help at proving what we already know to be ...

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