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04/23/2010 Remote Blackberry Printing

Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday added mobile printing to its enterprise services offerings, giving BlackBerry users a new way to print documents on the go.

A new services offering called ePrint will let BlackBerry users securely print documents from printers at public locations like hotels, airports or libraries, said John Tomesco, vice president of marketing and development for HPs Imaging and Printing Group. Users will be able to print e-mail messages, images, presentations and documents in file formats such as PDF.

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04/22/2010 iPhone Market Saturation?

AT&T Inc. added fewer wireless customers with contracts in the first quarter than it has since 2004, an indication that the saturation of the market is even starting to catch up with the carrier of the iPhone.

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04/20/2010 Mobile Readers to Overtake Kindles of the World

A new publishing company is betting that readers will bypass electronic readers such as Amazon's Kindle and Sonys Reader in favor of reading bite-sized stories on mobile devices they already own.

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04/20/2010 US Supreme Court Hearing Sexting Case

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will hear the case of whether employees text messages sent by an employer-owned device are considered private.

The case specifically will examine whether a California police department violated the constitutional rights of an employee when it inspected personal text messages sent and received by a pager owned by the city of Ontario, Calif.

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04/19/2010 More Mobile Web Surfing in China

Mobile phones are an increasingly popular way to surf the Internet in rural China, but a digital divide is still growing between the countrys rural and urban areas, a survey found.

Rural China had over 100 million Internet users at the end of last year, accounting for just 15 percent of the rural population, according to a report put online Thursday by the China Internet Network Information Center , the government-controlled overseer of Internet domain names in the country. That compares to 45 percent of people online in bigger cities, a gap that has widened for the last two years, the report said.

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04/14/2010 Boosting Cell Signals

Dead Zone ads may be creepy, but they capture the essence of a problem familiar to many cell phone users: When you're indoors, even within your carriers coverage area, the networks signal sometimes simply is not strong enough to support voice calls or data services. A slew of products now address the problem--but they do not come cheap.

The signal-boosting products generally fall into one of two categories: femtocells or signal repeaters. Both types of equipment can deliver strong signals within buildings, but they work in fundamentally different ways.

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04/13/2010 Install PageGate on Windows 7

Step by step tutorial to install PageGate on Windows 7


04/06/2010 Solve Hay Fever with a Cell Phone

The Japanese firm behind a dog-bark translation machine and cellphone ring tones meant to attract members of the opposite sex has a new spring-time offering -- a mobile phone application to cure hayfever.

The Japan Ringing Tone Laboratory has released its latest invention just in time for the cherry blossom season, when white and pink petals shower the country and pollen allergies and sinus problems cause misery for millions.

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04/05/2010 NotePager Pro on Windows 7

NotePager Pro will run on Windows 7. To make it a little easier we have created tutorials for running NotePager Pro on Windows 7.

Installing NotePager Pro on Windows 7 32 Bit
Installing NotePager Pro on Windows 7 64 Bit


04/03/2010 e-Privacy Law

A coalition of tech vendors and privacy groups is calling on the U.S. Congress to update a 24-year-old law to better protect users of e-mail, cloud computing services and mobile phones from government surveillance.

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04/02/2010 UK Regulator Cuts Charges

A U.K. regulatory agency on Thursday proposed a steep reduction in connection charges for mobile phone users.


03/24/2010 Verizon Launching a Payment System

Verizon Wireless customers will soon be able to charge up to $25 a month in online purchases to their Verizon Wireless accounts.

The carrier today announced that the e-commerce payment service, based on services created by Danal Inc. will be launched later this spring.  

The service will require text messaging-enabled phones, and that purchases be made from Verizon-approved online stores, which include game sites and social networks.

The service requires that customers click a BilltoMobile button during checkout from a participating online Web site. Users will be asked to input their mobile numbers and mobile billing zip codes for authentication.

Verizon Payment System



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