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The technology was never implemented.

Apple has a patent on technology that would lock down a phone while a user is driving. The lawsuit claims that failure to implement the tech makes Apple culpable in the victim's death.

The goal is to limit certain functions in an effort to combat distracted driving.

This will force you to put your phone down when you're behind the wheel.

There are safer and easier ways to pick up girls, man.

A plumber in England was caught on camera earlier this week passing his phone number to a girl on a motorway while driving at 70 mph.

A London truck driver was sentenced to eight months in prison and had his license suspended this week after causing a massive accident on a North London highway while staring at his phone.

A viral video showing a driver brake checking a heavy truck on a freeway in Wisconsin last week has sparked a conversation about road rage and risky driving maneuvers.

They come from the land down under, where Volkswagens roll and cops thunder.

A truck driver in England was caught on camera using two cell phones while driving with his forearm.

Coffee company Komeda wants to incentivize Japanese drivers to put down the phone.

US insurance companies may want to adopt this idea.

A Newfoundland driver surrendered herself to Ottawa authorities and is facing numerous charges after being caught texting and driving in a viral video.

While trying to catch them all, he forgot to pay attention to the road.

They'd be really, really adorable cars. Duh.

NHTSA tweeted fake Pokemon Go images to highlight the dangers of playing while driving.

A motorist in England caught a shocking bit of distracted driving on camera when he filmed a fellow driver solving a Rubik's Cube puzzle while driving.

Distracted driving is a scourge on the nation's highways and byways, and texting while driving is one of the biggest problems.

It's good for business.

A billboard with the unusual message of encouraging texting while driving went up this week on the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, Ontario.

Speed Filter blamed for 107-mph crash that left one man brain damaged.

Snapchat was named in a lawsuit brought by a man who suffered brain damage in a car crash his lawyers say was caused by one of the app's special features.

The SR22 Agency made a video that shows a snapshot of how distracted drivers can be on American roadways.

New York is considering a bill that would allow police to carry a textalyzer, a device that detects if a driver was using their phone before a crash.

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating allegations of a trooper watching Youtube videos on his official in-car laptop while driving.

Oregon is taking an aggressive approach to combating distracted driving and speeding, enlisting a new force of 40 unmarked police cruisers.

New Zealand's new public-service announcements get a chuckle – and are spot-on.

Safety watchdogs that track distracted-driving figures haven't yet quantified the impact of cell-phone use behind the wheel. But any driver who has glanced at their fellow motorists and found they're all glued to their screens knows it's a growing problem.

A police officer in Clayton County, Ga is under investigation after he uploaded a questionable video to Facebook.

Driving while one's attention is drawn elsewhere isn't a dilemma exclusive to modern motoring, but the issue is undoubtedly more problematic than ever before. If legislators, car companies, and smartphone designers can't come up with a viable solution, what's the real fix?

Maryland drivers who showed a little compassion and payed attention to the road were able to avoid a ticket this week from an undercover officer.

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