With my Blackberry's demise went a series of ongoing BBMs regarding whereabouts, plans and utterly meaningless exchanges. Enter panic. Enter feeling of social paralysis.
Anyone who knows me well... or even barely knows me... will attest to my profound attachment to my BlackBerrys. Indeed, the fact that there is an "s" at the end of that last sentence speaks volumes. That's why I'm so excited that HuffPost's new BlackBerry app is finally here.
From the moment Obama lost control of his Blackberry, he started to lose control of his people and his party.
This holiday season, you may rest easy, knowing that there is a class action lawyer out there who might be the only force between you and the company that is trying to rip you off.
Robin Williams said it best years ago when he said that giving his kids Nintendo was like giving them the ultimate cocaine. We really have become an addicted society.
Last night Xomad continued their highly anticipated BBM Lounge tastemaker event series in Hollywood, celebrating the release of Pipe Dreams, the premi...
Several weeks after Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi's tragic suicide, college students around the country are writing about Clementi in their campus newspapers, expressing their takes on the lessons their campuses should learn
A new condition is spreading across the country -- PVS -- Phantom Vibration Syndrome. Millions of people are reporting symptoms of feeling a buzz in their pockets, purses and jackets where no such vibration occurred.
When it comes to movie theater etiquette, texting is the new "talking aloud", but just as rude. The mere light of a smart phone is as distracting as a constant sneeze, or a persistent smell.
The request to Obama from Nokia, AT&T and Verizon, asking for an easing of the embargo and trade with Cuba, is a ray of hope. If we have managed to do so much with so little, what will happen when sending a text is as easy as talking?
There is a fundamental difference between companies providing limited access to personal data to democratic countries and providing unfettered access to countries that lack legal safeguards for human rights.
The largest misconception about Generation Y is that technology is a replacement for interpersonal dialogue. Technology is becoming more ever-present, and Gen Y is still managing to talk to one another.
If all you know is past Blackberries, you'll find the Torch's OS snazzy, modern and sexy. But for iPhone and Android users, it'll be a step back.
The MTV Video Music Awards always brings a ton of excitement to its chosen host city and this year was no exception.
There is need for independent ways to find banks and -- more important -- ask consumer choice questions about how they rate compared to their neighbors. Now you can do it on a handheld.
Is that screen and keyboard often in your hand the greatest personal and professional tool ever, or is it the devil's device, insidiously sucking the time out of your life and the life out of your soul?