Humans may have mastered the art of walking and chewing gum, but not necessarily the art of walking and texting.
We all know texting while driving is risky business, and now, technology once reserved for the cockpit is making its way onto the dashboard.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice on Monday announced a five-point plan to help combat texting while driving.
Prom season comes with big dangers on the roadways, as some students at Wyandanch High School learned from a very real prop demonstrating the hazards.
According to the Staten Island Advance, the video was taken by a rider on the X22A express bus from Staten Island to Manhattan Wednesday night during the heavy rainstorm which socked the Tri-State area.
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that state and local police have stepped up patrols statewide to crack down on mobile phone use while driving.
With the help of the app Yik Yak, nameless users across the country are making shooting and bomb threats, causing school lockdowns and even evacuations.
Studies show it’s easier for people to tell the truth through texting than face to face or on the phone. As a result, counseling centers across the country are offering “text for help hotlines.”
Eating while driving. A lot of people do it every day, but startling new information has shown that the habit could be more dangerous than texting behind the wheel.
Talking on cell phones and texting while driving are already illegal in New Jersey, and soon, a laundry list of other activities could be grounds for a traffic ticket.
The City Council voted Tuesday to allow residents to donate via text message. Under the bill, which must be signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a voter could use their phones to give up to $99 to a candidate in an election cycle.
A recent study by Brigham Young University found too much technology can cause problems with your love life.
Madonna has been banned from a national theater chain after using her phone during a movie premiere. On Monday, the controversy set off a firestorm on Twitter.
The zones are actually existing rest stops, park-n-ride lots and other facilities, but new signs are being put up designating them as places where drivers can stop to legally use their phones or other devices.
Drivers in New Jersey have been left stunned, after state Appeals Court judges found that when a driver is texting and causes an accident, the recipient of the texts can also be held liable for negligence.