Sunday, February 10, 2008

The USA Series: Signing up for a mobile contract in the States

What is Implicit Presumer Marketing?
Hello, What is Implicit Presumer Marketing? We figured since we created a new visionary level of socialization and communications technologies we had to create a totally new visionary level of social marketing plan and boy did we. We bring for first time the Implicit Presumer viral expansion marketing model to the market place. No matter what you pay money for it is an explicit or implicit sale. * Explicit is when I sell you * Implicit is when you sell yourself

Eye on the Blogosphere: Friday Edition
Eye on the Blogosphere: Friday Edition February 8th, 2008 by S. Caron VoIP seems to be everywhere these days. But VoIP dating? Learn about a new, free service at Click for Nick. (The maps thing really is creepy.) Voice Over IP Weblog is dishing on the alternatives to the now-defunct PrivatePhone. Check it out here. VoIP Information tells us about the negatives of VoIP service. Negatives? There are negatives? Seriously though, the author misses one big negative: it won’t work in a power outag

Microsoft TouchTab
Rumors are flying around about a special multitouch/touchscreen tablet coming from Microsoft in a year or two. This may sound surprising, considering Microsoft doesn't make hardware for Windows OS, but it seems like they are. I think this is due to the fact that most PC makers just don't understand how mobile computing should work. I think this is suppose to be a joint-project between multiple hardware companies with Microsoft - all expecting a share of the profits when it sells. TouchTab is su

Frost & Sullivan Awards Proxim...
Frost & Sullivan Awards Proxim Wireless for MeshMax, its Path-breaking Integrated Wireless Technology that Converges WiMAX, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Mesh PALO ALTO, Calif. (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Based on its recent analysis of integrated wireless technologies, Frost & Sullivan presents Proxim Wireless with the 2008 North American Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation of the Year Award in recognition of its development of an integrated solution which converges WiMAX, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Mesh into on

Free iPhone VoIP Application, SIP-VoIP Is SIPon In French
The Touchmods team have furthered it self by teaming up with the French ADSL provider “Free“ The new VoIP application also has a new name, “Siphon”. The current SIPon is locked to the provider free. So you need to be in Europe where Free service is available to use it. This is because Free donated to the project and it was mainly for SIPon software development. You can download SIPon from Free site, by clicking here. The Touchmods Team has not forgotten the other users, "Of course, there will

Zero Mass Tortured Prims Security and Spies in Second Life
Zero Mass Tortured Prims Security and Spies in Second Life Posted in, 3D social networking, Video Games, Security, Second Life by wayne.porter on February 8th, 2008 I find this almost laughable that it took them this long to consider that virtual worlds held risks… let me respond to a few without revealing too much e.g. object entry and sit. U.S. intelligence officials are cautioning that popular Internet services that enable computer users to adopt cartoon-like personas in t

IMS MMtel - does anyone apart from Ericsson care?
This may come as a surprise to you, but there is a 3GPP standard for a "PSTN replacement" form of VoIP. Supposedly, it will enable both fixed-line (TISPAN) and mobile operators to deploy a single, bearer-independent telephony application that will supplant existing circuit telephony and bring new revenues from its ability to blend speech with video, messaging and other elements. It will be, allegedly, the basis for Telephony 2.0 It's called IMS Multimedia Telephony, or more briefly, MMtel. Eri


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