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  1. Recent Study: Egypt Telecommunications Report Q4 2014Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    We expect Telecom Egypt's entry into the mobile market to boost the Egyptian mobile market, which posted considerably slower growth in 2013 than in 2012, as the company is expected to target the low-end of the market. However, steepened competition is likely to result in further downward pressure on ARPUs, which, compounded with Egypt's fragile political and economic situation, may dampen operators' willingness to invest in much needed network development.


  2. The Savvy Plan to Combat Malaria With Mobile PhonesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Wired

    Martin Edlund likes to say that malaria may one day be the first disease beaten by mobile phones. Yes, he happens to be the CEO of the non-profit Malaria No More, so he has to say stuff like that.


  3. A mobile phone intervention to reduce binge drinking among...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Trials Journal

    Socially disadvantaged men are at a substantially higher risk of developing alcohol-related problems. The frequency of heavy drinking in a single session is high among disadvantaged men.


  4. Yes, Virginia, the Santa wish list has gone digital: Petula DvorakRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MassLive.com

    "I sent my Christmas list to you in Google Docs. Can you help me edit it and then email it to Santa?" Sigh.


  5. Police: Foley man shot to death by friend in burglary, arson where body and home torched with gasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Alabama Live

    A Foley couple faces capital murder charges following a brazen home burglary and arson, and shooting death of a 70-year-old man who police say was a friend of one of the assailants. Brandon Michael Bledsoe, 33, and Heather Elizabeth Raftery, 21, both of Foley, were arrested by Foley police on Thursday and charged with capital murder-arson and capital murder-burglary following the death of 70-year-old Tommy Burdette on Sunday night.


  6. T-Mobile to pay at least $90 million for "Mobile Cramming"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    Caldwell, along with AGs from the other 49 states, the District of Columbia, the FTC, and the FCC has reached a compromise with T-Mobile which includes at least $90 million in nationwide payments for Mobile Cramming, which is defined as placing charges on telephone bills that were not authorized by the consumer. Victims of Mobile Cramming reported charges, typically $9.99 per month, for "premium" text message services that they never requested or heard of before.


  7. The Colbert Report's Greatness Arrived With Its Very First EpisodeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | River Front Times

    The funniest and most incisive show on television is ending this week -- so let's look back at how it began. On October 17, 2005 , a power-suited Stephen Colbert furrowed his eyebrows and showed off highlights of his new set.


  8. Gift Guide: Strong photo, video gear optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Atlanta a What to buy an experienced photographer or video shooter? There is some strong gear on the market from Nikon, GoPro and Domke. I couldn't find anything to complain about the D750 after spending a few weeks with it.


  9. Mom and pop store closes near Scranton as big box retailers move inRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Pocono Record

    Before anyone else tells her, Cathy Roman knows the "Going Out of Business" sign in the window of her Throop appliance store is upside down. The co-owner of Shehadi Appliance figured it would draw attention to the mom-and-pop store near Scranton - something lacking in recent years as big boxes rose on a nearby boulevard.


  10. Student offers observations on advertisingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | The Daily Gazette

    One thing I hate about television is the advertisements. The funny thing is, now that I'm in college, that's what I'm studying – advertising.


  11. Newest ListingsRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 22 | GwdToday.com

    PM us or call 942-2801. Must be picked up at 3123 Ninety Six Hwy in Ninety Six SC.


  12. Mountain Wheels: Is Kia's 2016 Sorento the great leap forward, at last?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | The Summit Daily News

    After one particularly weird week of news about the power and influence of North Korea , it's probably a fitting time to officially welcome South Korea's car makers to the 21st, or maybe 22nd, century. The automotive press came to Northstar California Resort in Lake Tahoe for a fairly auspicious event, that being the launch of the all-new Kia Sorento.


  13. GLENTEL Files Proxy Materials for Securityholders' Meeting to Approve Plan of ArrangementRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2014 | Canada NewsWire

    The Arrangement provides for, among other things, the acquisition by BCE Inc. of all of the outstanding common shares of GLENTEL and the purchase for cancellation by GLENTEL of all of the outstanding options to purchase common shares of GLENTEL , subject to the provisions of the arrangement agreement dated November 28, 2014 between GLENTEL and BCE Inc. , the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted an interim order providing for, among other things, the calling and holding of the Meeting. The Meeting is scheduled for As previously announced, the Arrangement has been approved unanimously by the Board of Directors of GLENTEL following the report and unanimous favourable recommendation of a special committee of independent directors .


  14. EPRI Says Gaming Consoles Deliver Value for the Energy BuckRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2014 | PowerPulse

    As holiday gift giving is upon us, the engineers at the Electric Power Research Institute decided to satisfy their curiosity about how much electricity the latest gaming consoles consume, which required product testing, of course. The evaluation of the newest and hottest gaming consoles shows that three of the most popular units use more electricity during gaming sessions than previous models - but still cost less than $5 per-year to operate - and offer more memory, more hard-drive storage and more colorful and vivid graphics for consumer enjoyment.


  15. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.


  16. T-Mobile to pay at least $90 million to settleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Mobile US Inc. on Friday agreed to pay at least $90 million to settle a Federal Trade Commission civil lawsuit that alleged the wireless carrier inflated customers' bills with bogus third-party charges. to offer full refunds to affected customers.


  17. D.C. Stadium News Doesn't Put Additional Pressure on the RevolutionRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Bent Musket

    The Revs are the only active MLS original that doesn't have a soccer specific stadium, or at least a plan to build one. That doesn't mean that the Revs should be hasty in building one.


  18. Security flaws allow global cellular eavesdroppingRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    Security flaws in a system used by cellphone carriers around the world could open the door to wide-ranging surveillance of mobile phone traffic, according to a German researcher who discovered the problem. The issue affects a telecommunications standard called Signaling System 7, or SS7, which is used by carriers to manage connections between cellular networks.


  19. How students use their phones - ResearchRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | In-depth Africa

    A recent research has revealed that students in Nigeria spend at least 10 per cent of their allowances on mobile internet data. The research was conducted by Co-Creation Hub's Mobile Experience Centre in the 'How I use my phone' series, a series which seeks to understand the pattern of mobile phone usage among different Nigerian demographics.


  20. a oeCramminga settlement could help thousands of IowansRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KIMT

    Mobile, the nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier, has reached an agreement with attorneys general in all 50 states over allegations the company placed unauthorized third-party charges on consumers' wireless phone bills, a practice known as "cramming." As part of the deal, the company must provide $67.5 million dollars in refunds or debt forgiveness to customers who file a claim.