Despite laws banning the use of new and old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle, drivers continue to make use of the cellular device from behind the wheel and accidents caused by distracted driving continue to take place.
Archive for July 2012
Not so very long ago, nobody had to worry much about public phone etiquette since the only phone anybody could use on a regular basis was located inside a private business or residence.
Some electronics products engender more enthusiasm and loyalty than others do.
Seton Hall University, a college located in New Jersey, is conducting a highly intriguing experiment: providing a smart phone free of charge to each young man and woman entering as a freshman this fall.
There is no doubt that Americans have a decided preference for communicating the modern way: on their cell phones.
Most people would acknowledge that it is a decidedly bad idea to text while operating a motor vehicle. Using a cell phone in a social setting, however, is a much more thorny issue.