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09/28/2009 Cell Phone Etiquette

09/30/2009 AT&T Accuses Google

AT&T asked the Federal Communications Commission Friday afternoon to look into Google's alleged blocking of some phone calls through its Google Voice service, a practice the phone giant called a violation of federal telecommunications laws.

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09/30/2009 Mobile Phone Banking

With the introduction of an iPhone app that lets you deposit a check by taking a picture of it, options for mobile banking are growing rapidly. And though you might think the boost in convenience comes at the expense of security, banking on your cell phone can actually be safer than using your PC if you take basic precautions.

Mobile Phone Banking

09/29/2009 Number of Wireless Carriers

How many wireless carriers do we need? It's a question that's popping up again as T-Mobile USA is said to be looking at buying Sprint Nextel Corp.

Now that most people have a cell phone and once-heady growth in the industry is slowing, analysts say carriers are going to be looking at buying each other to increase their scale and to avoid competing too much on price. Consumers have been benefiting from relentless price-cutting on cell phone service in the past few years.

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09/28/2009 Risks of Cell Phone Use

It is too soon to know if cell phone users are at risk of developing cancer, but research conducted in Scandinavia and Israel suggests that, at the very least, there is cause for concern and a need for further investigation, experts told a Senate panel Monday.

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09/22/2009 Green Company Policy

Read the NotePage, Inc. green company policy.

NotePage recognizes that all businesses can have a direct or indirect impact on their local, regional, and global environment. As a result NotePage, Inc. has developed a Green Policy in order to minimize their environmental impact.

09/21/2009 Sprint Using Google Android

Sprint Nextel is releasing a phone with Googles Android software Oct. 11.

That would make Sprint the second U.S. carrier to get on board with Googles entry in the smart-phone field, where the online search leader is competing against Apple, Microsoft, Palm and Research In Motion, maker of the BlackBerry.

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09/14/2009 eCall Alerts

E.U.s mobile-phone industry on Wednesday signed up to eCall, a Europe-wide road accident alert system designed to reduce fatalities and serious accidents on the continents roads.

The technology involves an onboard device that automatically dials 112 -- Europe's single emergency number -- and relays the exact location of the vehicle and the direction it is traveling in, using a mobile-phone signal and the vehicles GPS coordinates.

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09/11/2009 Never Forget

09/09/2009 Going Green Saves Green

Businesses that are going green are becoming more and more commonplace. Regardless of your political beliefs or opinions regarding the global warming concept, few can argue that being environmentally aware will leave the world a better place. Whether a company is simply jumping on the green bandwagon, or are honestly sensitive about environmental issues is really irrelevant. Consumers like green businesses, and shaping your business to promote being eco-friendly makes sense from a public relations standpoint.

Going Green Saves Green

09/08/2009 Cell Phone Tax Law Confusion

A little understood 20-year-old U.S. Internal Revenue Service rule that taxes employees personal use of employer-provided mobile phones should be repealed, trade group CTIA said.

The rule could potentially cost employees with employer-provided phones hundreds of dollars in federal income taxes a year, were it enforced.

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09/08/2009 Cell Phone Detection

Officials from five states observed tests on cell phone detection technology at a closed Maryland prison on Thursday, as states are taking a greater interest in finding ways to halt violence orchestrated by inmates behind prison walls.

Cell Phone Detection

08/25/2009 New Integration Partner: Simple Server Monitor

NotePage, Inc. is very pleased to announce the addition of Simple Server Monitor as an integration partner.

Simple Server Monitor is an affordable, powerful, and user-friendly server monitoring utility that will continually monitor the status of your servers and web applications.  Simple Server Monitor can easily integrate with NotePager Pro read more about the details of the integration.

08/24/2009 Solar Cell Phones Take Off in Developing Nations

Samsung unveiled a solar-powered phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, earlier this year and introduced its first sun-powered phone in India in mid-June. The company expects its Solar Guru model to perform well in India, another country where electrical supply can be erratic.

Unlike many technological innovations, the solar phone is making its big splash in developing nations, where the need is the greatest. After the Solar Guru is in circulation in India, Samsung said, it plans to launch similar phones in other Asian markets, Europe and Latin America.

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08/24/2009 Text Messaging Firing

Cartoon about being fired by text message.

08/20/2009 Dell Entering the Mobile Market?

Dell Inc is developing mobile devices for China Mobile Ltd, according to spokesmen for the computer maker, which has long been rumored to have ambitions in the smartphone market.

08/19/2009 Texting Outer Space

An Australian website is giving texting an intergalactic touch and allowing users to send short mobile phone-type messages into space.

From Wednesday and until August 24, people hankering for an out-of-this-world experience can visit to post messages no longer than 160 characters that will be transmitted to Gliese 581d, the nearest Earth-like planet outside the solar system likely to support life.

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08/18/2009 New Verizon Network

Verizon Wireless says it has completed the first calls using a brand-new network that is planned to go live next year, offering faster Internet speeds.

The calls were made Friday in Boston and earlier in Seattle, using cell-tower equipment from Alcatel-Lucent and LM Ericsson AB. Prototype tablet-style handheld devices from LG Electronics Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. dialed in.

The calls used the 700 megahertz frequency band, just recently freed up for cellular use after being assigned to TV stations.

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08/13/2009 NotePager Pro and PageGate Video Tutorials

We are working on a collection of video tutorials for NotePager Pro and PageGate if their is something in particular that you would like to see please drop us a note!

08/12/2009 Virgin Mobile Profits

Wireless carrier Virgin Mobile USA Inc, which has agreed to be acquired by Sprint Nextel Corp, reported a higher quarterly profit that beat market estimates as it continued to benefit from the growth of its profitable hybrid customer base.

Hybrid gross additions grew to 63 percent of total gross additions in the second quarter, from 55 percent in the first quarter, resulting in a 20 percent year-over-year growth in total hybrid gross customer additions in the first half of 2009, the company said.

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08/12/2009 Paying with Your Cell Phone

Imagine waving your cell phone and being admitted through the turnstile of a subway station, or ordering and paying for a gift without once having to open your wallet or enter a credit-card number.
Yes, you can -- just not so much in the United States.

Mobile commerce has been touted as a major growth prospect for years, but the industry still faces several big hurdles before it takes off in the United States, executives and analysts say.

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08/11/2009 Transportation and Texting Summit

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Tuesday he will convene a summit of experts to figure out what to do about driver cell phone use and texting, practices that studies — and a growing number of accidents — show can be deadly.

LaHood said he intends to gather senior transportation officials, safety advocates, law enforcement representatives, members of Congress and academics who study distracted driving for the summit next month in Washington.

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08/10/2009 The Rise of Sexting

A growing number of British teenagers are swapping sexually explicit images of themselves on mobile phones leaving them open to bullying and victimization by their peers, police and a childrens charity said on Tuesday.

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08/05/2009 Texting Accidents

Police say a western New York tow truck driver was texting on one cell phone while talking on another when he slammed into a car and crashed into a swimming pool.

Niagara County sheriff's deputies say 25-year-old Nicholas Sparks of Burt admitted he was texting and talking when his flatbed truck hit the car Wednesday morning in Lockport, which is outside Buffalo.

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08/04/2009 Motorola Posts Profit

Motorola, the largest US mobile phone maker, rebounded from three straight quarters of losses and posted a small quarterly net profit on Thursday.

The Schaumburg, Illinois-based company reported a net profit of 26 million dollars in the second quarter of the year compared with a net profit of four million dollars a year ago.
Motorola posted a net loss of 231 million dollars in the first quarter.

Earnings per share of one cent in the second quarter were better than expected by analysts who had forecast a loss of four cents per share.

08/04/2009 Driving and Cell Phones Do Not Mix

Talking on a cell phone while driving increases the risk of a crash but not nearly as much as text messaging while behind the wheel, according to a report released on Tuesday.

The report by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found that texting while driving increased the risk of a crash or a near crash by more than 23 times.

08/03/2009 Senators Push for Ban on Texting

Four senators pushed for a bill Wednesday to ban texting while driving, a day after a study found that drivers who text while on the road are much more likely to have an accident than undistracted drivers.

07/30/2009 Text Etiquette

Perhaps the wildest, most unpredictable area in the realm of high-tech etiquette, text messaging is fraught with pitfalls that can turn otherwise sensible people into rude and thoughtless jerks. Try these simple tips to ensure that you will never annoy others or embarrass yourself with your cell phone.

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07/29/2009 Size Matters!

Wireflys latest cell phone survey reveals that, at least when it comes to mobile phones, size matters.

About 64 percent of consumers surveyed are only concerned with the basics, as opposed to enhanced features like Web browsers, music players, or video streaming.

In fact, 59 percent of cell phone buyers cited size and form factor as the most important feature of a phone.

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07/28/2009 Verizon Profits Fall While Revenue Rises

Verizon Communications posted a smaller quarterly profit on Monday but revenue rose due to wireless subscriber growth and its purchase earlier this year of rural wireless operator Alltel.

07/23/2009 NotePage Newsletter

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NotePage Goes Green!
NotePage is making an effort to go green read the latest green news. Each newsletter will include a section containing green tips!

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NotePager Pro Tutorials
We have updated the tutorials for NotePager Pro, use the tutorial to setup NotePager Pro and send text messages to cell phones.

PRTG Integration
Paesslers network monitoring software, PRTG Network Monitor, offers multiple methods to relay notifications, including SMTP mail relay, SMS, ICQ, etc., allowing users to ensure in various ways that they are informed if an issue, such as an outage or a slow server needs to be brought to their attention. However, there are times when the normal relay means do not suffice, particularly if the main leased line used to connect to the network is interrupted.

100 Countries
We are very pleased to announce that NotePage, Inc.'s software is now used in more than 100 countries around the world. NotePage has made its mark on the world.

Time Management Tips
Managing your time and using it wisely is a journey, and not something that can be easily mastered overnight. Implementing a plan will help, but it is not going to be a sure cure. Time management requires a significant amount of self-discipline. Here are some tips to assist you with time management...

Tips for Public Speaking and Presenting
Presentations can be a great way to attract new business, simply by making yourself more well-known. However, nerves can often get in the way of entrepreneurs who want to use speaking opportunities to develop their business.

Follow these steps to overcome nerves and make a powerful presentation during your public speaking engagement...

Green Tips - Steps Businessses Can Take to "Go Green"
While not all companies may be considered Eco-Entrepreneurs, be reasonable when possible, and take proactive steps toward being green, which are not only good for the environment, but also good for your bottom line .

Suggested Websites

Digital Sound Effects
Wide variety of royalty free sound effects available for download. The sound effects can even be converted into mobile ringtones.

PowerPoint Templates
Themed PowerPoint Templates for business presentations. The professional quality PowerPoint templates polish presentations.

Web Design Elements
Themed packs for businesses that include logos, web templates/layouts, and stock photos.

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07/22/2009 SMS Messaging Resources

Be sure to check out the large collection of resources and settings we have put together for sending text messages to cell phones and pagers.
SMTP Settings
SNPP Settings
WCTP Settings

07/16/2009 Use Caution at Work

A few tips for employees regarding Internet and cell phone use:

- Remember that anything you do on a company-issued computer or cell phone — in or out of the office — could be tracked by a boss, the courts or a regulator. Many employers monitor Web site use, keystrokes, instant messages and e-mail. Some even archive text messages on work cell phones.

Use Caution at Work

07/15/2009 Texting Teen Falls in Manhole

In the past, bills have been introduced to prevent pedestrians from text messaging while crossing the street, though I am unaware of any that made it into law. Perhaps such a law would have saved this teen from a ton of embarrassment.  Alexa Longueira, 15, of Staten Island, fell into an open manhole while texting.

07/15/2009 Mobile Hacking

British police probed allegations Thursday that a top-selling newspaper paid private investigators to hack into the mobile phones of thousands of high-profile figures.

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07/14/2009 Text for a Job

Want a job in marketing? Sell yourself in a 160 character text message.

British mobile phone content provider Teimlo is looking for a new marketer but is only taking job applications by text message - and will only text back candidates who make the shortlist.

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07/13/2009 Wireless Company Investigation

The new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has promised to examine exclusivity deals between wireless and handset providers, but the chairman of the Senate Judiciary antitrust subcommittee has asked that the chairman – and the Department of Justice – expand on that and examine the entire industry for anti-competitive behavior.

Wireless Company Investigation

07/10/2009 Steps Businesses Can Take to Go Green

A business that makes the decision to be environmentally-conscious will often promote goodwill among potential customers, while making the world a better place for future generations. Many businesses hesitate to adopt green practices because they fear it will hurt their bottom line and negatively impact profits. But many eco-conscious businesses discover that they can actually save money and bring in new customers who specifically patronize companies that actively make an effort to be environmentally friendly. Many customers may even be willing to pay a bit more for a product or service from a company that is green.

Many businesses already do things that are eco-friendly, not necessarily because they are sensitive to green living, but simply to save money. That does not, however, diminish the value of their green efforts. The trick for businesses is to be eco-friendly without compromising profitability.

Steps Businesses Can Take to Go Green

07/08/2009 PRTG Network Monitoring Alerts

Paesslers network monitoring software, PRTG Network Monitor, offers multiple methods to relay notifications, including SMTP mail relay, SMS, ICQ, etc., allowing users to ensure in various ways that they are informed if an issue, such as an outage or a slow server needs to be brought to their attention. However, there are times when the normal relay means do not suffice, particularly if the main leased line used to connect to the network is interrupted.

07/06/2009 Cell Phones are Cheaper in EU

European travellers will pay less to use their mobile phones while abroad in the EU from Wednesday when new regulated price caps take effect across the 27-nation bloc.

Under the new limits, the price of making a call while abroad in the European Union will fall to 43 euro cents per minute, excluding sales tax, from a previous maximum of 46 euro cents.

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07/03/2009 Sprint Court Case

A U.S. district judge ruled that Sprint Nextel Corp will not face a nationwide class-action lawsuit that claims the No. 3 U.S. mobile company overcharged customers for taxes and refused refunds, court documents show.

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07/01/2009 Mobile Money

Being able to use a mobile phone for money transfers, bill payments and even savings would give some of the world's poorest people the chance to become part of the financial system, telecom providers and bankers have said.

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06/30/2009 Cell Phone Disaster Alerts

Tens of thousands of mobile users in Bangladeshs flood and cyclone-prone areas will now receive advance warning of an impending natural disaster through an alert on their cell phones, a government official says.

Bangladesh -- one of the worlds most densely populated countries -- is highly vulnerable to natural disasters, including cyclones, storm surges, droughts, floods and earthquakes, which often affect millions of people.

06/29/2009 Wireless Messaging Glossary

Glossary of Wireless Messaging Terms.

06/25/2009 Time Management Tips

Managing your time and using it wisely is a journey, and not something that can be easily mastered overnight. Implementing a plan will help, but it is not going to be a sure cure. Time management requires a significant amount of self-discipline.

Here are some tips to assist you with time management...

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