TXTBlocker Tool Can Block Cell Features when Driving
Oct 1, 2009, 11:30 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today a new company unveiled a product for parents and employers called TXTBlocker. TXTBlocker uses proprietary velocity and geographic algorithms to determine when a cell phone is likely in a moving vehicle. The service then lets parents or employers selectively disable texting functions, block certain numbers, or only permit incoming and outgoing calls to preset "safe lists" or emergency numbers. Account admins have full control over the service and can turn features on or off at any time. The service will become available later this year, and will cost $10 per month.
|What the hell is going on?||stephen5688||
|What if you are the passenger?||stevelvl||
|I Don't Like This||Azeron||
|Moving & Running||asLeepLessman||
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