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11/30/2009 GPS Cell Phones are an Added Value

The growth of cell phones with global-positioning technology is making life uncertain for the makers of personal navigational devices that help drivers figure out where they are and where to go.

Manufacturers of standalone GPS products will have to move quickly and smartly to transform their dumb map readers into intelligent devices that can provide a host of services such as traffic avoidance.

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11/27/2009 Video Tutorials for Sending SMS Messages

In order to assist customers and prospective customers we have created a series of Text Messaging Video Tutorials. The video tutorials walk users through a series of setup scenarios in NotePager Pro and PageGate.

11/24/2009 Skype Sale

Online auction giant eBay announced it had completed its sale of Skype to an investment group that includes the two founders of the Web communications company.

11/24/2009 One Forth of Teens Text While Driving

One-fourth of US teenagers aged 16 and 17 have sent text messages while driving and over 40 percent have had a cellphone conversation while behind the wheel, according to a study published on Monday.

Twenty-six percent of teenagers aged 16 and 17 have texted while driving, according to the survey by the Pew Internet and American Life Project -- about the same rate as found in separate studies conducted among adults.

The survey found boys and girls were equally likely to text while driving.

11/23/2009 Sprint Nextel May Be Struggling

Shares of Sprint Nextel Corp. slipped Wednesday as Standard & Poors warned it may cut the wireless providers credit rating based on the its weak performance this year.

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11/19/2009 Airport Wireless Courtesy of Google

Google is giving the gift of free wireless Internet to travelers at a host of US airports this holiday season.

The California-based Internet powerhouse said Tuesday that it is working with Boingo Wireless, Advanced Wireless Group, and Airport Marketing Income to turn airports into free Internet hot spots through January 15 of next year.

11/16/2009 Two Part Cell Phone

With my luck I would lose half!

Fujitsu is breaking new ground in the cell phone market with the imminent introduction of a cell phone that splits into two parts.

The F-04B was announced this week as part of NTT DoCoMos new line-up and is scheduled to hit Japanese shelves in March or April next year. At first glance it looks like a conventional slider cell phone: grab onto the bottom of the phone and a numeric keypad slides out. But decouple a catch and the entire back half of the phone can be pulled off.

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11/12/2009 Google Buys Mobile Ad Firm

Google Inc said on Monday that it was acquiring of AdMob, one of the largest mobile advertising networks, for $750 million, widening its bet that cell phone advertising could become the Internet's next-big money maker.

11/11/2009 Smart Phone Bill of Rights

High prices they pay to wireless service providers, as well as the treatment they get from providers once they are locked into a two-year service contract. Americans have limited choices in mobile broadband devices and services, and mobile operators in the United States currently enjoy relative freedom from regulation.

Because of those two conditions and in light of the billions of dollars that U.S. consumers spend on wireless devices and services, a bill of rights is necessary to protect consumers against mistreatment by service providers. Following are the standards, safeguards and solutions that we'd like to see.

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11/11/2009 Cell Phones Do Not Increase Isolation

If you are worried that your employees or children are disengaging from the world by using the Internet and cell phones, relax. A new study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that these technologies have not increased social isolation in the U.S.

The Personal Networks and Community Survey is the first to examine this issue. It found that the amount of severe isolation has hardly changed since a previous study, which was conducted in 1985 before these technologies emerged. About six percent of adults, roughly the same as in 1985, report they have no one in their life that they consider especially significant and with whom they can discuss important issues in their lives.

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11/10/2009 Sexting Laws

Teenagers may think it is harmless, but sending sexually explicit pictures and messages over cell phones can lead to emotional problems and criminal charges that will affect them for the rest of their lives, criminal justice officials said.

Investigators and prosecutors on Thursday warned of the dangers of electronically transmitting racy images and words at a hearing organized by Rep. Anastasia Pittman, D-Oklahoma City, into the practice of sexting, distributing nude or seminude self-portraits over cell phones.

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11/09/2009 Republican Blackberry Apps

The Republican leadership in the US House of Representatives unveiled a free application for the Blackberry on Thursday to keep users up to date on the latest in Congress through their cellphones.

The Blackberry application called WhipCast comes slightly more than two weeks after the Republican Party rolled out a new website that embraces the social media tools used by Democrat Barack Obama to win the presidency.

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11/05/2009 T-Mobile Outage

Wireless provider T-Mobile USA Inc. says it has cleared up service problems that were interfering with calls and text messaging for about 5 percent of its customers.

The company posted a message in its online customer forum saying service was restored by late Tuesday after problems had popped up around 5:30 p.m. EST.

T-Mobile says the outages appeared in several regions. Subscribers from Atlanta to Los Angeles complained on Internet message boards.

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11/03/2009 Settings for Sending Text Messages

Get the latest settings for telecom carriers to send text messages. TAP, SNPP, WCTP and SMTP.

11/02/2009 Mobile Basketball

The National Basketball Association will give its digital offering the full court press, introducing complete live games on mobile phones, including Apple Incs iPhone, for $40 a year.

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10/27/2009 Cell Phone Etiquette

Todays society is all about being connected 24-7. Cell phones now provide instant access to anyone and everyone, from corporate executives to housewives and children alike. While cellular connectivity is a comfort to some, it can be rude and disruptive to others. You may wish to be available at all times, but there are some times when it is simply not appropriate to use your cell phone.

Also, cell phones should not be treated as status symbols, and should not be paraded out simply to impress others. Regardless of how new and impressive your cell phone may be, dragging it out in a public setting is seldom going to win you any fans.

Follow these simple cell phone guidelines to strike a balance between accessibility and consideration for others...

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