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SMS Broadcaster for Disaster, Calamity, Emergency Alerts, Location Based Advertising and Marketing Campaign

Disaster Emergency Communications During Crises, when Cellular and Internet is down, how can you communicate? MACTRO TECHNOLOGY (www.mactro.com) offers a product called Mactro SMS Broadcaster. The device is an Emergency Messaging System designed for Government and Military use during crises. It is powered by a complex software algorithm and next generation RF computer hardware. MACTRO […]

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X-Tel 7500 Waterproof Rugged Smartphone Wants to Join on Your Adventures

Living an outdoor lifestyles or working with a heavy-duty job and wanting a smartphone that can survive the elements and one that will match your tough outdoor profession or live ? Have a look at the X-Tel 7500, one of the ‘rugged’ smartphones of X-Systems boasting resistance against water, dust, mud and scratches, or pretty […]

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Locate anything in seconds using your iPhone or Android

Are you tired of losing your keys, wallet and phone? Do you wish there was an easy way to find any lost item in less than 3 seconds? This clever new invention makes sure you never lose anything again. TrackR is a small, coin-sized device that easily attaches to your valuable items. With the TrackR […]

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Google Now Is The Killer App For Android Wear

Android Wear, of course, also shows you all of your notifications from your phone (and when they are interactive, Wear will automatically mimic those, too). You could push all of your phone notifications to your watch, but that would be overkill

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Busted: Microsoft-hired agency paying bloggers to write pro-IE posts

SocialChorus, an “advocate marketing” firm working on behalf of Microsoft, has been offering to pay bloggers for promoting Internet Explorer. The campaign was exposed after popular blogger and Twitter designer Paul Stamatiou, who also contributes to TechCrunch as a guest writer, was approached by the company to write a paid piece.

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The Amazon smartphone is here: meet the Fire Phone

Amazon doesn’t just sell smartphones anymore — it makes one. In news that should surprise exactly no one, Jeff Bezos has officially unveiled Amazon’s first cellphone, the Fire Phone. It’ll be…

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2015: The year there will be more cellular connections than people

With 93 percent global penetration already, the mobile industry is on pace to surpass 100 percent in 2015, according to new projections from wireless infrastructure maker Ericsson.

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Armor for Android Outranks Industry Veterans: Norton, Lookout, Avast, Avg

Android Authority recently released its top 10 ranking for Android antivirus and malware software, naming Armor for Android as #4, ahead of industry veterans Norton Antivirus, Avast Antivirus, AVG Antivirus, and others. Notable, Lookout and McAfee did not even make the top 10.

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Google’s Android device manager let’s you find your phone, ring it, or wipe everything.

Location data from your devices will be collected and sent to Google. Device location is approximate, and may not always be accurate.

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Get A Striking New Look In Windows Phone 8.1 With Customized Start Screen Tiles

Windows Phone 8.1 introduces some great new features to redesign your Start screen. Among these is the ability to set tile backgrounds, enabling you to create a striking new look for your phone. Make Your Windows Phone Unique: Redecorate! Several tools are available for Windows Phone 8 that will help you to decorate your Start…

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