Textecution Kills Text Messaging While Driving
Jan 7, 2009, 11:09 AM by Eric M. Zeman
A new company is offering parents another tool to prevent their teenage drivers from sending text messages while driving. Textecution sits quietly in the background and allows the user to use their phone as normal. Once Textecution recognizes that the phone is traveling faster than 10 miles per hour, Textecution disables the phone's texting function so text messages cannot be sent or received. When the phone is at rest or traveling at a speed less than 10 miles per hour, the texting feature is seamlessly enabled. The software costs $10, and is currently available for the HTC G1. Textecution will make the software available to other mobile phone platforms over time.
|What happens if||Nadesico81||
|Seems like more trouble than it's worth ...||BLubak1||
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