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110- Lowpower WiFi Technology
FUZHOU, CHINA -- Rockchip, China's leading fabless semiconductor company and mobile SoC TroyCoryChinaLogo108w.jpgsolution provider, announced today that the new Rockchip RKi6000 world's lowest power Wi-Fi technology will be available for smart home applications, including smart plugs, intelligent access controls, smart cameras, home appliances, wearables, and more.
•••• The RKi6000 is the new ultra-low power Wi-Fi and memory technology that greatly reduces power consumption of IoT (Internet of Things) smart devices by 85%, allowing the use of AAA batteries for up to 35 years and the use of coin batteries in everyday appliances and devices. The new technology advances the widespread adoption of IoT by providing more efficient power, a lower price, smaller size, and the ability to use Wi-Fi for the development of IoT devices. 
••••Awarded numerous international technical patents for the new Wi-Fi technology, the Rockchip RKi6000 SoC (systems on chip) processor technology sets a new standard for Wi-Fi, with power consumption now equal to that of Bluetooth 4.0 LE (Low Energy), with receiving power consumption around 20mAh during use, 85% lower than standard Wi-Fi built with RF architecture.  
•••• When compared with the Bluetooth/ZIGBEE standard, Wi-Fi is more convenient to use with the easy Internet connection provided by the standard Wi-Fi infrastructure, but because of its high power requirements, Wi-Fi was previously unable to be incorporated into portable devices with an electrical current limit.
•••• The RKi6000's on-chip processor and memory technology resolves this power issue, reducing power consumption to make Wi-Fi equal to Bluetooth LE, advancing the adoption of IoT devices by breaking Wi-Fi's power consumption bottleneck. 
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110- Google releases translate App upgrade
•••The idea of a universal translator has been a longtime fixture in science fiction and a welcome tool for every language student.
•••• This app is an advanced mobile-translation tool, recognizing more than three dozen languages. But it's part of a much bigger trend and, with service like Microsoft's Skype translator, turning video chats into real-time multilingual conversations.
•••• With the new app, you are able to detect the languages being spoken so you don't even have to press the translation button on the phone each time you talk. It's now so much more natural.
Google Translate has had voice controls for a few years, but the latest version works more seamlessly.
••••In this version, the app is supposed to pick up who is talking based on the language being spoken. So, say you wanted to order a slice of chicken pizza in Italian. Using the app, you could walk into a pizza parlor, and, with your lips at an awkward proximity to the phone's microphone, make your request, after which a robotic voice would spit out the question in Italian.
••••Then let's say the guy behind the counter asks if you want extra cheese. He could ask you that question in Italian, and the phone would relay it in English. Respond "Yes" or "No" in English, and out comes Italian again.
•••••The second tool is a visual translator. People can place signs or other text in a phone's viewfinder, similar to the way they take a photo, then receive an instantaneous translation on the screen.
••••Google is one of a number of companies trying improve and to fulfill the promise of translation technology. Skype, Microsoft's video calling service, recently announced a new feature that simultaneously translates calls between English and Spanish speakers.
••••Google has been doing some form of translation since 2001. The Google Translate app now has 90 languages and some one billion daily users. Barak Turovsky, the product leader for Google Translate, said that 95 percent of the people who use Google's translation technology -- whether on a phone or desktop -- live outside the United States.
••••Technologically speaking, Google Translate works similar to Google's famous search engine. First it uses software to "crawl" the web in search of documents that have been translated between languages, then it performs a statistical analysis of likely translations.
••••For instance, if the computer sees that the French word chien has been translated to dog on millions of occasions and in varying contexts, it reasons that chien probably means dog, and in the process "learns" that word.
•••• The apps conversation feature can handle 38 languages and is now available for the first time on iOS. The number of languages is expected to grow.
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110- Slim, a Major Prepaid Phone Service Player
Mexico's Carlos Slim of America Movil telecoms group, remained the richest person on Forbes' 2013 annual ranking of billionaires with a fortune of $73 billion.
•••• "To see Carlos Slim again broaden his lead and certify himself as the richest man in the world is a statement that wealth truly is global and not an American monopoly like it sometimes felt for many decades.

One of the biggest U.S. prepaid company, with just over 21 million customers, is TracFone Wireless Inc. The company is a subsidiary of Mexico's America Movil, owned by Mexican mega-billionaire Carlos Slim, who is leveraging his long experience in Latin America north of the border.
•••• Low-cost prepaid phone service has become one of the hottest performers in the U.S. wireless market. The move toward prepaid cellphone service in the United States is starting to mimic a pattern that has long been the rule in the developing world. Prepaid accounts for 95% of cellphone handsets in India, 80% in Latin America, 70% in China and 65% in Europe, according to Chetan Sharma, a Washington state wireless consultant.
•••• Growth is spurring a wave of international mergers. TracFone Wireless Inc. is acquiring Simple Mobile of Irvine, while Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile plans to merge with MetroPCS. Japan's Softbank Corp. is buying a 70% stake in Sprint.
•••• Many companies have begun to offer upscale handsets using 4G networks which has helped prepaid shed its reputation for low-cost, hard-to-track phones favored by drug dealers on TV crime shows. So-called burner phones are hard to trace because their SIM cards -- memory chips that activate the handset -- can be store purchased for cash, and the new owner doesn't need to sign and be bogged down with lengthy contracts, phone charges they couldn't predict, or get a credit check.
•••• Prepaid has moved quickly into the smarter phones with more sophisticated users and is really challenging the market.
•••• The monthly cost of a prepaid phone plan can run as low as $20 every three months for bare-bones with 60 minutes of voice service, with a $10 handset offered by TracFone. Per-minute costs drop with added usage, and unused minutes can be banked for future local or long-distance calls.
•••• TracFone doesn't have its own network of cell towers and electronic spectrum. Instead, it buys excess capacity from the big four cell companies. "People can get the same phone networks for less than half the price," saidTracFone's chief executive and founder, F.J. Pollak.
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Carlos Slim's TracFone under fire as it expands in state
The binational activist organization Two Countries, One Voice is calling for more California State regulation.
•••• TracFone Wireless Inc. a prepaid cellular company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is taking fire as it moves to expand in the lucrative California market. Regulators say TracFone should pay the state the same fees that other telecom firms do.
•••• The Miami company is being bashed publicly by activists on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border because of what they call monopolistic business practices of its corporate parent, Mexico City-based America Movil. Slim, the company's chairman, is worth an estimated $73 billion and tops Forbes magazine's most recent 2013 list of the super wealthy.
•••• California regulators have been investigating TracFone for more than three years. In early 2012 the state Public Utilities Commission ruled that the company violated California law by refusing to send the state required service fees that it should have been collecting from customers.
•••• Officials at the Public Utilities Commission contend that TracFone could owe them as much as $20 million. The company is appealing the ruling to the state Court of Appeal.
•••• Los Angeles County lawmakers say they expect to introduce a bill that would give the state more authority to regulate prepaid cellphone companies such as TracFone and approve proposed mergers in the future.
•••• TracFone executive VP and general counsel Rick Salzman said, "Our whole program is to save people money," "We generally provide a comparable service to our competitors at a lower cost, and it's less burdensome on the customer as well, with no early termination fees, no contracts and no long-term commitments."
•••• He criticized the commission's ongoing efforts to make TracFone collect the so-called universal service fees that traditional wireless and land-line carriers bill customers and remit to the state to fund programs for the deaf and disabled, the poor and rural residents.
•••• Most phone companies add the fees, which are small percentages of the total bill, on monthly statements. But prepaid services "have no legal or practical way to collect the fees" since the minutes are bought at stores before the calls are made, Salzman said.
•••• In a lengthy legal proceeding the Public Utilities Commission rejected TracFone's arguments that it merely resells cellphone minutes purchased from other companies.
•••• "TracFone is ultimately responsible for payment of these user fees," the five commissioners unanimously decided.
•••• The amount of back fees that TracFone could ultimately pay will be decided in the second phase of the proceeding. in 2013.
•••• In the meantime, Salzman said, his firm is remitting the fees under protest.
•••• TracFone's attitude toward regulators underscores the need to bolster the Public Utilities Commission's authority to approve or reject a prepaid cellphone merger, especially when the company has been fighting efforts to require it to collect legally required state fees.
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110CableMustCarryTVCableLawUpheld / May 17, 2010 / WASHINGTON (AP) &emdash; The Supreme Court has declined to take up a challenge from cable television operators to the 18-year-old requirement that they carry local broadcast stations on their systems.
•• • The justices rejected an appeal Monday from Cablevision Systems Corp. The court upheld a federal "must carry" law, enacted in 1992 when cable TV systems faced much less competition than they do today.
•• • Cablevision, the nation's fifth-largest cable TV operator, sued the Federal Communications Commission over its ruling that forced Cablevision to carry the signal of a distant home-shopping station on its Long Island cable systems. The federal appeals court in New York upheld the FCC's determination.
•• • Cablevision said in court papers that "the monopolistic nature of the cable industry...has been replaced by vibrant competition."
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•• • The Obama administration urged the court to stay out of the case. It noted that being carried on cable systems "remains critical to broadcast stations' financial viability generally."
•• • C-SPAN, Discovery Communications and Time Warner Cable filed briefs in support of Cablevision. C-SPAN said 12 million cables homes lost all or some access to its programming when cable operators were forced to make room for broadcast stations in the 1990s.
•• • The station, WRNN is based in Kingston, N.Y., about 90 miles north of New York City.
•• • The case is Cablevision v. FCC, 09-901.
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110FTCClearsGoogleAdMobile / FTC Clears Google Purchase Of Mobile Ad Service

MAY 22, 2010 / Google Inc.'s $750 million acquisition of mobile ad service AdMob cleared its final hurdle Friday with a boost from AdMob's jilted suitor, Apple Inc.
•• • The Federal Trade Commission said it unanimously decided to approve Google's AdMob deal mainly because of Apple's recent push into the $600 million mobile advertising market in the U.S. The ruling closes a six-month antitrust investigation.
•• • The emergence of another deep-pocketed competitor eased the FTC's concerns that Google would be able to use AdMob as a springboard for extending its dominance into the nascent field of wireless devices.
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110Early-exirWiTELfeesiPhoneRise / MAY 22, 2010 / Early-exit fees for iPhone Rise AT&T Inc. is raising the fees it charges buyers of the iPhone and other smart phones if they break their two-year contracts, while lowering them for "dumb" phones to better align the fees with their real costs.
•• • Starting June 1, smart-phone buyers will havae to pay $325 for breaking their contracts, up from $175 currently. For buyers of regular phones, the fee is being decreased by $25 to $150.
•• • The early-termination fee goes down for every month customers stay in their contract - by $10 for smart phones and $4 for regular phones. - The changes apply only to new contracts and renewals.
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110.09VerizonPaysFeeNameDroid / Nov. 1st, 2009 / Google's Wired-wireless Android WiTEL®™© system did the job of putting Verizon-Lucas & the "Droud on the map," says, author-performer, Troy Cory-Stubblefield, of NBS WiTEL®™©,
 The GPS system -- with Google Android in its corner, Verizon capitalizes on the search giant's navigation tools. The Droid, a rival to the iPhone, is not only a chance for Google and Verizon to shine, but also troubled Motorola, which is badly in need of a hit. (Verizon Wireless)
•• "No matter how successful the Droid is", says Troy Cory, there is already a winner that has earned money off of it. Or rather, just from the "Droid" name.
•• Motorola had to license the smart phone's name from a film company dominated by one of the most successful movie makers of all time."
•• Yes, Lucasfilm Ltd., of "Star Wars" fame, owns the trademark to Droid. When it comes to GPS car navigation, the new Droid phone from Verizon Wireless could change everything.
•• That's right -- from a Wireless Telephone®™© that first hit the marketplace in 1908.
•• Mounted to the windshield with an optional holder, it provides a voice-activated GPS system with so much potential that mainstream GPS companies may have to scramble to catch up. Someday.
•• It's not quite there, however, as a consumer-friendly navigator. But the possibilities for the Droid as a GPS guide as well as a smart phone are enticing.
•• The phone, which Verizon announced in late October 2009, will go on sale Nov. 6 for $199 (with a two-year contract). It's the first to be powered by Google Inc.'s updated mobile software, Android 2.0.
•• The navigation system, which is the software's most prominent new feature, is included in the base price.
•• With Google in its corner, the Droid can use the Web search giant's excellent mapping and navigation tools, including tracking down addresses, finding businesses by name, mapping routes and even displaying real-life photos of locales.
•• And of course it's a phone, too, with features obviously designed to challenge the king of telecommunications cool, Apple Inc.'s iPhone. FCC WINS Victory For "Neutrality" /

OCT 23, 2009 / 110-MicrosoftTimelineWindows 7 launched - STANDBY
••• Microsoft has taken two parallel routes in its operating systems. One route has been for the home user and the other has been for the professional IT user.
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The dual routes have generally led to home versions having greater multimedia support and less functionality in networking and security, and professional versions having inferior multimedia support and better networking and security.[citation needed]
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The first version of Microsoft Windows, version 1.0, released in November 1985, lacked a degree of functionality and achieved little popularity, and was to compete with Apple's own operating system.[citation needed] Windows 1.0 is not a complete operating system; rather, it extends MS-DOS.
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Microsoft Windows version 2.0 was released in November, 1987 and was slightly more popular than its predecessor. Windows 2.03 (release date January 1988) had changed the OS from tiled windows to overlapping windows. The result of this change led to Apple Computer filing a suit against Microsoft alleging infringement on Apple's copyrights.

• 110s - Nathan Stubblefield, Author - Republished. / 81 years after Nathan B. Stubblefield's death, (NBS) -- March 28, 1928, several hundred chapters, and sections of unpublished NBS writings, photos, and drawings will be published by TVI Publication's, on various Ask Priscilla WebQuotes.
••••• The new book is all about Nathan B. Stubblefield, Murray, Kentucky, his family, his business associates,"Teléph-on-délgreen," and NBS WiTEL®™©, the short title for the Nathan's Wireless Telephone®™© Organization.
• "Teléph-on-délgreen," the college . . . .
was founded by Nahan in 1907. It is now the 10,000 student campus of Murray State University, located 50 miles from the Mississippi River, and 192 miles from the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, 1809. Just 348 miles north, is Hannibal, the town where the Tom Sawyer, and Huckleberry Finn characters were created by Mark Twain, (b: 1835 d: 1920), when Nathan was just a boy. 200 miles west is Louisville, the city where Thomas Edison, (18471931) -- first became edicted into the world of elcctricy.
••••• • Affected by such literary works authored within what Nathan called . . ."the 400 mile radius of délgreen," it was an easy job for Nathan to put together his first original 10 volume NBS text book set, "Wireless Telephony," for the use by students at his NBS industrial college.. 102s MORE NBS "The Author STORY

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• 110is - What Are Phone Numbers Worth? | Can't decide what the NBS1908 Wireless Telephone™ Patent is worth? Here's the deal! The new crop of Wireless Telephones™ arising from the world of Teléph-on-délgreen, Kentucky, are dizzying. But more dizzying is why, when and who owns the NBS1908 Wireless Telephone™ patent, and copyrights?" • 110is - CLICK FOR MORE 1408 STORY What Are Phone Numbers Worth?

• 110is - CLICK FOR MORE LookRadio 5801 vMovies 1908 Legacy TODAY'S LookRadio | VRA TelePlay News Feature | The LookRadio NBS1908 Legacy "The Tranfer of Title to the Wireless Telephone™" | • 110is - The 5802 NBS1908 Legacy "The Wireless Telephone™ Bequest - Uncle Bernie"http://www.lookradio.com/5801tcs.htm


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••• One of the reasons the phones might not be meeting the posted expectations, reported the LA Times -- "is that Apple's preproduction model tests were in situations that rarely, if ever, reflect the way real people use the iPhone."
••• Check out the page on battery performance tests on Apple's site. 
••• Here's how Apple reports it tested battery life for surfing the Web over 3G:
••• Internet over 3G tests were conducted over a 1900MHz 3G network using dedicated web and mail servers, browsing snapshot versions of 20 popular web pages, and receiving mail once an hour. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks and Auto-Brightness were turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network.
••• David Sarno points out that "the S in 3GS may stand for many things on this device -- "sexy," "speed," "sweet" -- but it certainly doesn't stand for "stamina."
••• This, um, bonus "iDrain" feature of the battery, as David writes, is proving to be something of an Achilles' heel for the device. The company's suggestions on how to preserve battery life include, in essence, turning off the very features that make an iPhone an iPhone, including the faster 3G network itself.

••• Most folks who whip out their iPhones to check something on the Web don't typically go into settings to forward calls and shut off auto-brightness and the Ask to Join Network features. Nor do they typically have a consistent signal or dedicated Web and mail server.
••• The day the 3GS was released, iFixit.com dismantled the device and found that its battery offered only a minimal increase over its predecessor: 
••• Apple promises improved battery life with the 3GS. The battery is listed as 3.7V and 4.51 Whr. This comes out to 1219 mAh, compared to 1150 mAh on the 3G. That's only a 6% increase.
••• David goes into greater detail on why packing sufficient power in limited space for better battery life is such a dilemma.
••• Until that is resolved, I suppose most of us will just have to keep staking out the nearest outlets and pull up a piece of carpet to keep connected while traveling. • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE Wireless Cemeteries Towers Needed WiTEL 3GS DRAINS BATTERYS

• 110ig - Virgin Media's Sir Richard Branson "welldoneNathan - Motorola 800 in 1985.

• 110is - Virgin Media's pictures Sir Richard Branson holding a Motorola 800 in 1985.
/ImagesNBSvirginmobile01_files/branson-with-moto.jpg110is - Here at Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile we want to say "well done Nathan and happy 100th anniversary!"
•••"The most appealing element of the NBS WITEL®™© organization founded in 1892," says P.C. Stubblefield," are Kids." The opportunity to tap into the demographics of kids around the world in their middle and high school years is exciting. "They have never heard of  NBS nor have they had a chance to become addicted to "Teléph-on-délgreen" - and the jobs it has created in the mobile WITEL®™© industry since the first "GREEN" school/college (Teléph-on-délgreen) was founded." 110is - CLICK FOR MORE NBS WiTEL VIRGIN PHOTOS

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"As more and more people drop their telephone land lines, every home or office will need an antenna tower somewhere around the premises, say Troy Cory, of TVInews.
The Wireless Telephone™ industry is facing a great RF pick-up challenge: poor Wireless Telephone™. Troy says, "a Prison Cell has about the same cellular coverage as most residences do. DURING THE NAB MEETINGS, THE BIG TALK WAS "The FCC Winners. " • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE tviNews 1808 STORY

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• 110g - Intel, Nokia Teams Up. Advances the dreams of the WiTEL Organization. / June 24, 2009, Intel and Nokia team up to create a computer mobile device to enhance the NBS WiTEL marketplace.
•••As the original 1907 NBS Wireless Telephone®™© Organization join forces with the WTQCA to speed up the marriage of the Wireless Telephone®™© with Computers. Troy Cory, the CEO of the NBS WiTEL®™© Organization says he "has high hopes that his new partners will help re-define a new WiTEL mobile platform beyond today's so-called cellphone and laptop with USB plug-ins. • 110is - CLICK FOR MORE tviNews Intel, Nokia STORY
It is obvious that as the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© --
becomes ever more like computers, by the addition of a "Magic Jack" plugged into the USB port of a computer, the two HiTech giants in both communications and computing have come together to join in the advancement of the NBS WiTEL®™© evolution, to hasten the process of developing the effects and elements of the NBS WiTEL®™© first Service Marked over 100 years ago.
•••Intel Corp., the world's largest maker of computer chips, and Nokia Corp., which has a 40% share of the Wireless Telephone®™© handset market, say they will work together to create a new mobile computing platform to validate the reasons for owning a Wireless Telephone®™© assigned a WiTEL phone number for easy to use personal broadcasting," says Troy Cory, CEO of the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© Organization.
••• Dan Fost from San Francisco reported that the companies did not release many specifics about the deal, other than to say they hope to develop products "to define a new mobile platform beyond today's smart phones, notebooks and netbooks."
•••"Cellphones need powerful computers inside," Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's ultra mobility group, said Tuesday. "It's natural, therefore, that the leaders in computing and communications come together."
•••The move was hailed as a major step for Intel, which has struggled to cash in on the fast-growing demand for cellphones. "Everybody who sells chips is keen to get into the handset market," said Joseph Byrne, senior analyst with the Linley Group, a semiconductor research and analysis consultant in Mountain View. "More than a billion units ship every year, much more than PCs."
•••Although Intel and Nokia did not discuss specific products, analysts presume they have their sights on creating a gadget, as opposed to retooling phones now on the market.
•••"Whatever product we see come out of this partnership is probably not something we can see for one to two years," said Kevin Burden, practice director for mobile devices at ABI Research, an analyst firm in New York. "These are two companies with tremendous scale, tremendous research and development budgets, and they have the potential of building something new, something revolutionary down the road. We don't know what that is."
•••Burden predicts that a new category of machine, known as smart books or mobile Internet devices, may yet evolve. Nokia already tried its hand with its N810 Internet tablet, a 5-inch device announced in 2007, offering a small keyboard and constant cellular connectivity. Instead, Burden said, inexpensive laptops known as netbooks took off, and Nokia went back to the drawing board.
•••Similarly, Intel had stalled in earlier efforts aimed at expanding from personal computers into the fast-growing field of mobile devices. It sold its unit that made mobile chips for $600 million in 2006.
•••The time was not right earlier, executives for the two companies said in a conference call in mid-June 2009. "This is the time," said Kai Oistamo, Nokia executive vice president for devices. "The mobile and computing industries are coming together."
•••The Intel-Nokia alliance would compete with chip makers Broadcom Corp. of Irvine and Qualcomm Inc. of San Diego, which are setting their sights on selling chips for similar devices, Burden said.
•••Cory stated that, "what would make the deal really operational, would be an alliance with the WiTEL Quality Control Authority, (WTQCA) -- that would help control the WiTEL phone number assignment around the globe." It was in 1902, when the NBS WiTEL organization, and its founder, Nathan B. Stubblefield, "first set their sights on selling wireless telephone numbers to the users of the early-day NBS WiTEL devices, including those folks standy in the historical 1902 photos," -- said Cory. Those pictured with NBS are: Houston, co-founder of GE, Nikola Tesla, Collins, the leaders of Westinghouse and AT&T. • 110is - CLICgK FOR MORE tviNews Intel, Nokia STORY

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ImagesStub/NathanAuthorBooks108w.jpg• 110s - Nathan's New Book Series - 81 years after Nathan B. Stubblefield's death, (NBS) -- March 28, 1928,
. . . Several hundred chapters, and sections of unpublished NBS writings, photos, and drawings will be published by TVI Publication's, on various Ask Priscilla WebQuotes
•••The new book is all about Nathan B. Stubblefield, Murray, Kentucky, his family, his business associates,"Teléph-on-délgreen," and the Wireless Telephone®™© Organization, (now known as: NBS WiTEL®™©).
•••"Teléph-on-délgreen," the college Nathan founded in 1907, is now the campus of Murray State University, located 25 miles from the Mississippi River, and 192 miles from the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, 1809. Just 348 miles north, is Hannibal, the town where the Tom Sawyer, and Huckleberry Finn characters were created by Mark Twain, (b: 1835 d: 1920), when Nathan was just a boy. • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE Nathan's New Book Series - 81 years LATER, (NBS) -- March 28, 1928,

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ople/PortzWitelLogo108w.jpg• 110s - Charles H. Portz When does a great THOUGHT become a patentable invention? Should a Patent be tangible or a formula?
••• That was a question easier to answer when Thomas Edison came up with the lightbulb and Nathan B. Stubblefield handed the world the mobile Wireless Telephone®™©. Those two hard-end products clearly fit with old ideas of what it meant to invent something physical under the USPTO laws between the years of 1878, and 1905. In those years copyrights, trademarks came first, then patents. When once Registered, they were filed with the international bureau in Berne Switzerland. • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE - Charles H. Portz When does a great THOUGHT become a patentable invention? | • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE. Q. Can pharmaceutical formulas

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• 110s - Nathan Stubblefield's FireWire and WiFi "Hot Spots: • Why FireWire and Watermelon Patches? | • 110s - Answer: Because it was the green "hot spot" patches where Nathan placed his aerial rods around his 86 acres to create the WiFi and WiMAX 187 Teléph-on-délgreen phenominum. | • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE PhotoS: Nikola Tesla & Nathan - 1902 STORY | • 110s - CLICK FOR MORE FireWire - Watermelon STORY.

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••••• August 1, 2009 -- As Sprint Nextel Corp., the nation's third-largest wireless provider, made an offer to buy Virgin Moble, reported Troy Cory-Stubblefield, CEO of NBS WiTEL®™©.
••••• Virgin Mobile is the sixth-largest provider of prepaid cellphone services, with 5.2 million customers, and the second-largest "virtual network" provider -- meaning it uses another company's network to transmit its calls.
••••• British billionaire Richard Branson's Virgin Group owns 28.3% of Virgin Mobile. SK Telecom has a 15% stake that it received as part of the Helio deal.
••••• Sprint is the third-largest of the four major wireless carriers, which together control about 90% of the cellphone market. It trails AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless; T-Mobile USA is fourth.
••••• The Overland Park, Kan.-based company reported a loss of $384 million, or 13 cents per share, in the three months ended June 30. That's larger than its loss of $344 million, or 12 cents per share, a year ago.
••••• Sprint's revenue fell 10 percent to $8.14 billion from $9.06 billion a year ago.
••••• Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had expected a loss of 2 cents per share on lower revenue of $8.12 billion. Analysts typically exclude one-time items from their earnings estimates. The company didn't report an adjusted earnings figure that excludes one-time items.
••••• KANSAS CITY, Mo. The AP news agency reported on July 29th, 2009, that Sprint Nextel Corp. was buying Virgin Mobile USA Inc. for $483 million, further narrowing the range of consumer choices for prepaid cellphone service.
••••• Sprint said it would pay $5.50 for each Virgin Mobile share and assume up to $205 million in debt. Payment will be mostly in Sprint shares. The Overland Park, Kan., company already owns 13.1% of Virgin Mobile, which operates its cellphone service over Sprint's network.• 108is - CLICK FOR MORE VIRGIN Sir Branson STORY. • 108is - CLICK FOR MORE • 108s - Virgin Media NBS WiTEL Gallery STORY- • 108is - CLICK FOR MORE • 110s - SMART90 Virgin STORY-

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••••• The new book is all about Nathan B. Stubblefield, Murray, Kentucky, his family, his business associates,"Teléph-on-délgreen," and NBS WiTEL®™©, the short title for the Nathan's Wireless Telephone®™© Organization.
• "Teléph-on-délgreen," the college . . . .
••••• Nathan founded in 1907, is now the 10,000 student campus of Murray State University, located 50 miles from the Mississippi River, and 192 miles from the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, 1809. Just 348 miles north, is Hannibal, the town where the Tom Sawyer, and Huckleberry Finn characters were created by Mark Twain, (b: 1835 d: 1920), when Nathan was just a boy. 200 miles west is Louisville, the city where Thomas Edison, (18471931) -- first became edicted into the world of elcctricy.
••••• • Affected by such literary works authored within what Nathan called . . .
••••• "the 400 mile radius of délgreen," it was an easy job for Nathan to put together his first original 10 volume NBS text book set, "Wireless Telephony," for the use by students at his NBS industrial college.

••••• Virgin Mobile shares were up 25% on Tuesday, jumping $1.07 to close at $5.28. The company went public in October 2007 at $15 a share. Sprint climbed 4 cents to close at $4.59.
••••• Virgin Mobile as the sixth-largest provider of prepaid cellphone services, with 5.2 million customers, it lags far behind industry leader Tracfone Wireless Inc., which has 12.5 million subscribers, and it has been locked in a price war this year while losing customers.
Prepaid Calling Plans
••••• Prepaid plans were pioneered largely by Virgin Mobile and other mobile virtual network operators, which used pay-as-you-go and inexpensive monthly plans as the hallmark of their competitive strategy.
••••• But such operators have had a particularly difficult time in the U.S. making a business by leasing wireless spectrum from the four major providers and then competing with them. Such labels as Disney, ESPN and Amp'd Mobile have fallen as the network owners ramped up their own prepaid efforts.
••••• The virtual network model has been more successful in Europe, where regulations encourage competition.
••••• "Virgin has been having difficulty getting traction in an increasingly competitive prepaid environment in recent quarters," Stifel Nicolaus analyst Christopher King wrote in a report Tuesday. | 102s - CLICK FOR MORE • 108s - Virgin Media NBS WiTEL Gallery STORY.
• Part of the problem has been its partner, Sprint,
--which unveiled a $50-a-month plan for its prepaid Boost service in January, undercutting Virgin Mobile's $80-a-month offering. King noted that Virgin Mobile launched a $49.99 monthly plan in April, but Tracfone recently unveiled a $45-a-month plan of its own.
••••• The number of prepaid cellphone providers has been shrinking as bigger players buy up smaller rivals. A year ago, for instance, Virgin Mobile bought Helio, a small Westwood joint venture between EarthLink Inc. and South Korean cellphone carrier SK Telecom.
••••• Helio brought to market an upscale device that brought the advanced features of South Korean cellphones to the U.S. market.
• Virgin Mobile felt compelled to sell because
its customer base was declining, the prepaid space is getting much more competitive, and it faced a $100-million debt maturity at the end of next year that "we do not believe it had enough free cash flow to pay off," analyst Walter Piecyk of Pali Research wrote in a report.
••••• Dan Schulman, chief executive of Virgin Mobile USA, is slated to run the combined companies' prepaid services operations.
• The deal is subject to regulatory approval
-- and the approval of Virgin Mobile's shareholders.
Sprint said the deal, which it expects to complete late this year or in early 2010, should enable it to make further inroads into the fast-growing market for prepaid cellphone service.
••••• "Prepaid is growing at an unprecedented rate with consumers keenly focused on value," Sprint Chief Executive Dan Hesse said. "Virgin Mobile is an iconic brand in the marketplace that will complement our Boost Mobile brand." | 102s - CLICK FOR MORE VIRGIN Sir Branson STORY. | 102s - CLICK FOR MORE • 102s - Virgin Media NBS WiTEL Gallery STORY- | 102s - CLICK FOR MORE • 110s - SMART90 Virgin STORY-

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••• The Wall Street news hype of the late 90s and into 2008, showed Washington a thing or two about the "free enterprise system." Uncle Sam was able to claim an extra $5 trillion in GN revenue growth, as "real," by accepting certified reports in the same amount from Wall Street's IPO bankers and their CPAs, i.e. Arthur Anderson. Except for one question, "What did Uncle Sam do with the "freebie" $5 trillion it freely reported to the international community?"
••• The SEC has answered most questions about the popular dot com corporations' turn of the century "watered stock" phenomenon. So, like the 1900 through 1913 wireless telephone & telegraph "watered stock" era, they will bury the two crashed phenomenon together, without honor. Today's Puzzle: Who defined America's free enterprise system as: "if it's free to get in . . . it'll be free to get out!"

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