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Fiddling with your smartphone and driving has been shown to be more dangerous than drunk driving. If you're going to do it, you might as well do it safer. That's the big idea behind RayGo.
Even the smallest improvements can lead to serious compounding growth over time.
With the majority of adults owning smartphones with unlimited texting, texts are increasing seen as a professionally acceptable means of communication.
There are, OMG, actual rules of etiquette you should observe.
With mobile quickly overtaking the web, the classic search box may soon be replaced by the text message.
The popular Tex-Mex chain is petitioning for a taco emoji on Change.org.
Attention Android-loving Pebble people: More nerdy smartwatch goodness is now yours.
Everyone makes mistakes, but the online world makes them a lot more visible. What not to do, if you want to keep your job.
Lawsuit alleges that Apple failed to disclose that it would obstruct the delivery of 'countless' messages.
The youngest workers, who've come of age ordering take-out food with an app, seem unaware of the incomparable efficiency of a phone call.
Sales are the lifeblood of any business. When you get a lead, act fast to convert him or her into a paying customer.
The list of people willing to receive your marketing messages is a fundamental business asset that you can grow with steady effort.
NoWait efficiently manages waits for tables, reducing stress levels for customers and restaurant owners alike.
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