The allegations for “mobile cramming” arose after customers complained about charges – usually for $9.99 per month – for “premium” text messages that involved horoscopes, trivia, and sports scores.
A growing number of people are seeking a kind of digital detox at least once a year, but many still resist the idea. According to Wired magazine, less than 10 percent of all Americans unplug—even for one week a year,
After six hard years, the locally based Q&A service has positive earnings and expects revenue to more than double this year. Founder and entrepreneur Scott Jones reveals how the firm turned the corner.
A proposal making it illegal for drivers to send or read text messages narrowly cleared the Indiana Senate on Friday after several senators argued that the ban wouldn't be enforceable.
Indiana drivers would not be allowed to send or read text messages on mobile phones under legislation that cleared the Indiana House on Tuesday.
After falling short of its fundraising goal last year, Salvation Army of Indiana is unveiling a text-to-give promotion and a social media campaign in hopes of ringing up gifts from new donors.
A new Ball State University study says text messaging has far eclipsed e-mail and instant messaging as
favored way of staying in touch.
The Indianapolis affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure plans to unveil what might be the first such “text-to-donate”
option offered among local not-for-profits.
An Indiana House committee plans to consider a bill that would make it illegal to send text messages or e-mails while driving.
A friend of mine is a minister and an expert on church management and growth. During one of our discussions, it struck me
how much starting and running a church is very like running a business. There are the same problems with morale, with retention,
with site selection, finance, marketing and growth pains. And with technology.