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It's been an especially fruitful week for rueful lamentations about "kids today." Monday marked the 20th anniversary of the text message. Along with it came the predictable chorus of bellyaching about the demise of literacy, the shortening of attention...
You might not believe it, but text messaging is already past its teen years. The thumb-numbing communications format that has become a favorite of teenagers and created a language of its own turned 20 on Monday. The very first SMS was sent out on Dec....
World NowAid groups criticize G8 plan to recruit private investment to fight African hunger: A G8 plan to foster $3 billion in private sector investment in agricultural development in poor countries won a tepid welcome from humanitarian agencies Friday, who argued...
L.A. Times Tech BlogWhat with all the walking and texting, dining and texting, and talking and texting that goes on, it's no wonder that communication sometimes breaks down. Throw in auto correct, and you're guaranteed some jaw-dropping mishaps. That's probably why the blog....
The Fabulous ForumA news conference is scheduled Tuesday to announce that Formula One plans a street race in June 2013 in the Weehawken and West New York areas of New Jersey along the west side of the Hudson River, according to reports....
L.A. Times Tech BlogBlackBerry maker Research in Motion reports strong third-quarter earnings....
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Egyptian government has ordered all Wireless phone carriers to suspend mobile services "in selected areas" of the country, according to a report from the Associated Press. The AP said it caught word of the latest move to blackout communication lines...
Babylon & BeyondForeign telecommunications companies are helping to provide Egyptians with Internet access over fixed phone lines after the Cairo government's shutdown of online and cellular services. French Data Network of Paris announced on its website Monday that it...
L.A. Times Tech BlogMario Queiroz, vice president of product management for Google, holds up the Nexus One smartphone running on the Google Android platform, the first mobile phone the Internet company will sell directly to consumers, during a news conference at Google...
Babylon & BeyondArabic, spoken by about 280-million people worldwide, will finally appear in domain names and Web addresses, a development that "represents a milestone in Internet history," said Tarek Kamel, Egypt's minister of communications. Internet users so far...
The Broadband Era is still too young for anyone to predict which business models will be long-term successes. For online video, though, the momentum is strongly in favor of free, advertiser-supported distribution (or in YouTube's case, still-waiting-for-...
This is going to be painful to write, so I might as well get it over with quickly: Kudos to Verizon Wireless, which really does seem serious about opening its network to independent developers and phone manufacturers. I can hardly believe I'm saying nice...
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