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Scientists have found that text messaging has changed the way our brains work and created a new rhythm for brain waves. The
I enjoy emojis just as much as the next smartphone-obsessed millennial; while I'm delighted that I will soon be able to illustrate my english breakfast in full (bacon, sausages and eggs are just some of the new inclusions), I can't help but feel slightly concerned by the rate at which emojis seem to be monopolising the way we communicate.
If you're constantly updating your timeline with pictures of your breakfast or sending people snaps of your train journey
Do you end your texts with a full stop? Well you're a terrible person, apparently. Researchers at Binghamton University took
Today, a man named David called my radio show. David asked me when my contract ended and told me how much he was looking
What does your favourite emoji say about you? Well it turns out it can be quite a lot. A new study by SwiftKey has discovered
If, like us, you thought that perhaps three is the magic number then we have some bad news. It's not, it is in fact: (408
This is one of the bits I don't like about dating. It's one of the bits that makes me think about whether I'm actually cut out to date at all. It would be easier if he was mean, or we didn't get on. It wouldn't feel like I was being mean if he started it.