Tommy Chalk chatted with his dad on the phone for four minutes and 24.40 seconds while sitting on Mark Clementson’s shoulders.
Joseph Nagy photographed a time of 1:15.001 on an online stopwatch. This was 0.001 seconds away from his goal of 1:15.00.
David O. balanced a cell phone on his middle finger for 13 minutes, 17.76 seconds while drinking a beer.
WARNING: Drinking beer can be extremely dangerous.
Mark Evans completed 1,915 consecutive table tennis ball bounces on a cell phone.
Grace Barajas and her friend spoke on their cell phones non-stop for 16
hours, 45 minutes, and nine seconds.
Fred Lindgren sent and received a total of 566,607 text messages in one
Brian Pankey balanced a flip top cell phone vertically for 38.75 seconds on his nose.
Gavin M. caught a cell phone thrown from 12 feet away.
Chad I. has 250 Facebook notifications on his smartphone.
Teody Jasper Pacion has 2,417 messages in his cellphone’s inbox.
Roald Bradstockthrew a cell phone 132 yards (396 feet).
Michael L. stacked nine smart phone cases on his head.
At an "unplugged" party sponsored by Reboot, 147 people turned off their cell phones at the same time. The record, set during the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, created attention about the National Day of Unplugging.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya created a collection of 31 poems entitled
"AnkGeet". The poems are created through SMS, with numbers replacing
certain letters, and meant to be read with the use of a mirror.
Jack Webster sent 230 text messages to a friend in five minutes.
Alan Bisco typed “I am currently breaking a world record as I speak” on
his cell phone in 15.27 seconds. He completed the feat with his eyes
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