Tuesday, January 8, 2013
  • AT&T Expanding 'It Can Wait' Program

    AT&T will expand its anti-texting and driving "It can wait" program into 2013, adding initiatives such as working with device makers to pre-load no-texting-while driving solutions into handsets, working with companies such as Wal-Mart and cities such as Houston, Texas, on "It can wait" collaborations, and making "It Can Wait" branded materials available to partner organizations for their own programs. ...Read the whole story

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