"For the first time since my dear friend had died five years earlier, she’d written back."
Would you rather send a long, wordy text than short, rapid-fire ones? There could be a psychological reason, according to experts.
Apple finally announced some updates and apps that users have been wanting for so long.
Younger people may think the text “OK” (or worse, “K”) is a sign you’re angry with them, for example.
It can seem like everyone is living by different rules about late-night and early-morning texting.
Finally a way to keep your hands warm and use your phone at the same time.
Adding “LOL” after “This super depressing thing happened to me and I hate my life” can hurt your mental health and relationships.
First lady Jill Biden has admitted she "fexts" with President Joe Biden. Here's what therapists say you should know before doing the same.
Texting is putting too much pressure on our bodies. A new study suggests that when we look down while we're texting, it's like putting a 60-pound weight on our neck. Dr. Kenneth Hansraj explains this research and what we can do to prevent injuries.
Here's a detailed guide to the changes and updates you'll see when you download the new iOS 16 and can unsend and edit your text messages.