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2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/00coverofpow108w.jpg NEWS January 8-11 2009.
01. CES Feature NBS Induction WiTEL®™©
02. More About / Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards
03. More Gadgets / Franklin Translator Handi's
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What's NBS WiTEL®™© RF Induction Radio?
252.7 Million WiTEL®™© users at Inaugural
Troy Cory-Stubblefield Examines Best of nbsWiTEL's look-a-likes, at CES.
The Movie - NBS WiTEL®™© - "the Wireless Telephone®™© - 1909
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TVInews - Consumer Electronic Show / January 8-11 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada The Association's Mission: To serve as the definitive source for information about the consumer electronics industry. EVENT COVERED BY TVI MAGAZINE JOURNALIST / Gary Sunkin / Josie Cory / Pete Allman
02. T&E Emmy Awards
03. More Gadgets
Ask Priscilla! CLICK TO REVIEW - NBS Induction Radio - 2009

/CES2009Head665w.jpg01. Ask Priscilla!
What's NBS WiTEL®™© RF Induction Radio? That just could be the EMW carrier of electricity to light your bulbs or charge-up the batteries in your toothbrush or mobile WiTEL®™©; and the next "GREEN" source of RF electrity from the ground up. IMAGINE - 3 million buried NBS coils. CLICK FOR MORE NBS STORY ON YouTube.

••• "Checking out the goods, products, and services related attached to my grandfather's WiTEL®™© inventions at the annual CES show in Las Vegas, has been my pet project since 1992," says Troy.
••• The PowerMat and Row22 were just two items I found the most interesting. The PowerMat was a take off on his "All Green Earth Battery" (a non - fossil fuel technology) patented in 1898.
••• The only thing missing was the iron rod RF aerial, that made the WiFi induction unit part his "Telephone-del-Green" system. The ®™© metal coil and mesh EMW conglomeration, not only emitted RF signals to help power his batteries, but its firewire effect, (FiWi) caused the EMF to modulated the amplitude of the signal to send voice through space, via his WiTEL WiFi WiMAX 187 network. CLICK FOR MORE - Ask Priscilla The Consumer Electronics Show / CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT "Teléph-on-délgreen" and MSU

/ImagesNBS100/WhatsWiTELinduction46w.jpgTroy Examines Best of nbsWiTEL's at CES.
•••  TODAY, if you have access to Google, Smart90, LookRadio, YouTube, iPhone, a Magic Jack with a NBS WiTEL®™© phone number, and/or all other aspects of the Internet, feel lucky. With the exception of NBS WiTEL®™© -- they were not available in 1902, nor even in 1992.
••• In fact, the effects of the Wireless Telephone®™©, phone numbers, WiFi 187, etc. -- including the first "Green" Colleges, were just being introduced to the world in 1902, says entertainer/author Troy Cory-Stubblefield, the grandson of the founder and inventor of the Wireless Telephone®™©, N. B. Stubblefield.
••• "Checking out the goods, products, and services related attached to my grandfather's WiTEL®™© inventions at the annual CES show in Las Vegas, has been my pet project since 1992," says Troy.
••• The PowerMat and Row22 were just two items I found the most interesting. The PowerMat was a take off on his "All Green Earth Battery" (a non - fossil fuel technology) patented in 1898.
••• The only thing missing was the iron rod RF aerial, that made the WiFi induction unit part his "Telephone-del-Green" system. The ®™© metal coil and mesh EMW conglomeration, not only emitted RF signals to help power his batteries, but its firewire effect, (FiWi) caused the EMF to modulated the amplitude of the signal to send voice through space, via his WiTEL WiFi WiMAX 187 network. CLICK FOR MORE The Consumer Electronics Show / CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT "Teléph-on-délgreen" and MSU

/Imagescustomers/CES2009Head108w.jpgThe Movie - NBS WiTEL®™© - WHO'S READY TO BE IN THE Wireless Telephone®™© BUSINESS? t
••• In 1902, major newspaper headlines read something like this, "later this month, WiTEL02 will have a public trial run at selected cities in the U.S."
•• "Now there's no way to avoid work," shouts N.B. Stubblefield above the noise of WiTEL02's static, that was new to the world in the 1900s.
••• Indeed, it was easy for the WiTEL author/inventor to dial-up and talk to the person on the other end of the connection, by a twist and a turn of the antenna. The RF signal transmitted DSL-type speeds as we know it today, we walk in a slow turn over the park and pointed in the direction of the user on the other end of the WiTEL02.
••• The signal, coming from the caller holding the NBS WiTEL02 unit 600 feet away in the hotel room, was picked up by long copper wires, looped together to make one large coil loop antenna. The antenna was held together by a sheath of leather covering. The stem of the coil was then placed inside a watermelon buried half way in the ground for an added attraction to the new technology.
••• In 1898, Stubblefield was issued U.S. Patent 600457 for this RF WiFi 187 aerial system he called the "Electric battery," which consisted of an electrolytic coil of iron and insulated copper wire that could be mixed in with various Magnetic properties. The Magnetic energy mixes were buried within dampened clumps of earth pads surrounded by pitchblende, granulated loadstones, and other of. rare- earth-based misfit layered materials, that would create and store electro magnetic potentials the would induce the (EMF) needed to transmit RF signals. • CLICK FOR MORE STORY MOVIE TREATMENT - the Wireless Telephone®™© BUSINESS?
••• As MSU students have suggested. his aerial rods would serve as an independent induction based ground terminal to reacted as the WiFi carrier for his Wireless Telephone®™© unit. He collectively nicknamed, the clumps of earth topped off with aerial rods that networked his WiFi 187 system together, "Teléph-on-délgreen". His "Teléph-on-délgreen" industrial School is now, Murray State University. CLICK FOR YouTube MORE STORY Stubblefield Earth Cell Battery Demonstration http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmNoLfjIEac

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••• •The Consumer Electronics Assn. -- 2009, appears to have plugging organic LED displays, digital book readers, and the ePAD system that charge, Satellite Point to Point finders, Blu-ray disc players and lightweight laptops called netbooks.
••• During the annual Consumer Electronics Show Row 44, a provider of broadband data services and equipment via satellite to the aviation industry demonstrated their soon-to-debut WTB-T Wi-Fi system for commercial airlines. The demonstration reminded me of the one given by the inventor of the original WiTEL02, in Philadelphia. (Row 44 is working inconjunction with Hughes and their HughesNet® broadband satellite service. Row 44 is a privately held and funded company.)
••• With HughesNet®, your super-fast, always-on, satellite Internet access is ready when you are -- no dialing in, no waiting and no tied-up phone lines. You can download files in seconds, check email instantly and surf faster. And HughesNet is compatible with Windows® and Macintosh®, so getting online anywhere is easy!
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/CES2009Head46w.jpg02 / CES will host the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for the third year in a row! The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) has presented the Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering /Technical Development since 1948. These awards honor achievements in two areas: Science & Technology for Television - broadcast, cable and satellite distribution and Advanced Media Technology.
••• The Awards are presented to an individual, company, or to a scientific or technical organization for developments and/or standardization involved in engineering technologies which either represent an extensive improvement on existing methods and its RF effects, if any, so innovative in nature that they materially have affected the transmission, recording, or reception of television.
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 7, 2009 6:00 p.m. Reception;
7:00 p.m. Awards Banquet
Location: The Venetian
Room: Lido Ballroom 3101

Parade of gadgets - The Consumer Electronics Show has long been the venue of choice for introducing hot new home-entertainment technology. SEE LIST ON LEFT.

23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2010/Imageskudoad/FranklinTransTGA300w.jpg3. Editor's Note / FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS ATTEND EVENTS
••• "PUTTING A BOOTH TOGETHER to be part of the Las Vegas Convention Center, isn't simple, especially if your company sells hand-held translators and MPG3 players," says Erin Salvatore of Franklin. The International Consumer Electronics Show, a trade extravaganza highlighting the newest gadgets, runs Monday through Thursday.
••• Put the power of language in the palm of your hand! - Erin says that "almost as essential as your passport when traveling, in Las Vegas, it's having your Handi around.
••• The Speaking Global Translator contains over 450,000 words and 12,000 phrases, and speaks 115,000 words in recorded human voice. Ideal for communicating on almost any continent with 12 languages and translations to and from Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Enter a word in your native language and this indispensable travel tool will speak and show the translation in your language and the language you seek.
••• A voice recording feature allows you to record custom words and phrases appropriate to travel or business needs. The predictive spelling feature can help you with misspelled words. 7-line screen aids visibility in this lightweight unit.
••• • Includes an MP3 Player to download and play MP3 files; enjoy music and more while looking up words and phrases.
••• • Includes Audio Player, Earbuds and AC adaptor
••• • Five games
••• • Chinese, Japanese & Korean are displayed phonetically using the Roman alphabet, and in Asian characters
••• • Organizer, local/world clock, calculator, currency and metric converter
••• • USB Connection. - MORE STORY ON PRODUCT

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The Keynote Stage Lights Up at the 2009 International CES.
••• You can you find moguls of television and cinema, professional athletes, rock stars and consumer technology's heavy hitters all on one stage at any of the International CES keynote addresses. The only thing bigger than the names is the technology they're there to unveil.
Pre-CES Keynote Address
Microsoft Corp.'s CEO, Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft Corp., will deliver a pre-CES keynote address on Wednesday, January 7, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 after being the first business manager hired by Bill Gates, and was named chief executive officer in 2000. With Microsoft's goal to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a range of computing and non-PC devices and services, Ballmer is focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's seven businesses. He is known for his unique leadership style and strong passion for the technology industry.
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 7, 2009 6:30 p.m.
Location: The Venetian
Room: Palazzo Ballroom

State of the Industry Address and Sony Corporation Keynote Address.
••• Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) President and CEO Gary Shapiro, will precede the Sony keynote with his State of the CE Industry Address
••• Sir Howard Stringer, Chairman and CEO, Sony Corporation, will then officially kick off the 2009 International CES. Sir Howard has been chairman and chief executive officer of Sony Corporation since June 2005. He is also a representative corporate executive officer of Sony Corporation. Additionally, Sir Howard serves as chairman and CEO of Sony Corporation of America, as well as corporate head of Sony Corporation's Entertainment Business Group. He is a member of the board of directors of Sony Corporation, and is a Board member of Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Sony Ericsson. He joined Sony Corporation in May 1997. Prior to joining Sony, Sir Howard had a distinguished 30-year career as a journalist, producer and executive at CBS Inc.
Date/Time: Thursday, January 8, /2009 8:30 p.m.
Location: The Venetian
Room: Palazzo Ballroom

Major Company announcements kick off 2009 International CES.
••• "The pre-CES events created an incredible buzz throughout Las Vegas and around the globe as the world waits in anticipation for the innovative products that will launch this week from the International CES," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "With 2,700 exhibitors, including 300 new technology companies, spanning 1.7 million net square feet of exhibit space, the products introduced at this year's CES will change the shape of our industry and energize the global economy." 
••• During a market research presentation on Tuesday afternoon, CEA released the Global CE Sales and Forecast. According to new data from CEA and the Gfk Group, CEA projected worldwide revenue for consumer electronics will grow more than four percent to reach $724 billion in 2009.
••• On Tuesday evening, CES Unveiled: The Official Press Event of the International CES, launched the pre-CES media events at the Sands Expo and Convention Center/The Venetian. The event hosted a record number of more than 900 media, which was a 10 percent increase over the 2008 event. With 56 exhibitors, including AMD, Boxee, Lenovo and Phoenix Technologies, CES Unveiled showcased the latest products and technologies in home networking, text to sign language technologies, innovative gaming keyboards, embedded technologies, digital imaging and more.
••• With the economy collapsing, the ranks of the unemployed growing, and bailout petitions underway, the last thing we seem to need in America is a show displaying the newest electronic contraptions. "Wrong," says Gary Sunkin of TVI Magazine. "As consumers spend more time at home, they increasingly consider CE products as necessities, not luxuries, even given the tough economic times, when all global industries are susceptible to consumer unease about their own personal finances. But the questions remains, "in the midst of the sharpest recession in memory, will anyone truly care about the latest gadgets and gizmos? "
••• That depressing question will be hanging over the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this January, as buyers, retailers, enthusiasts, and reporters will gather in Las Vegas to either herald the economy's resurgence, or damn the show as just another Comdex or Macworld.
••• Naysayers say that attendance will be down, and that consumer electronics companies will scale back to the tried, true, and profitable.
••• In a bid to steal some thunder, companies exhibiting at CES are already emailing and publicizing the announcements they'll make at the show.
••• Will CES be as big as the 2008 show in January 2008? The short answer: No. The show's attendance continues to decline. In June, the Consumer Electronics Association's final tally said that CES 2008 drew 141,150 attendees. That, in turn, was down from 143,695 in 2007.
••• "However, the 2009 International CES features with 2,700 exhibitors across 1.7 million net square feet of exhibit space, which is a strong indication of the resiliency of our industry," the CEA added. "Most importantly, our research shows that the average CES attendee conducts 12 meetings at the show, making CES attendance a most economical way to do business and generate new leads in the consumer electronics industry." CLICK FOR MORE CES •••

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Pong home console by Atari, 1975
Camcorder 1981
Compact disc player 1981
Commodore 64 personal computer 1982
Firewire, 1334 Standard, 1992
Mini disc 1993
NBS100 introduces VATS, FirewireVatsSystem, 1994
Digital versatile disc (DVD) 1996
TVI Mag intorduces Smart90.com, 2000
High-definition television (HDTV) 1998
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Internet television (IPTV) 2005
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