Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Cell Phone Users Go Wild Over New Free Technology

by John Doe
June 11th, 2007

When’s the last time you’ve been truly excited over your mobile phone bill? Odds are, it’s been a while- if at all! But what better way to get excited over a cell phone plan if it costs next to nothing for all of the latest features? If you aren’t already up in arms, ready for the new (free) technology, prepared to get excited

Every second there are thousands of tiny packets of information being shot into space, where it hits satellites only to be shot back down to different locations. We call this process text messaging- perhaps the world’s most popular form of communication when a full-blown conversation isn’t possible.

But we can bypass the satellite altogether, as well as the fees associated with text messaging, by using the Internet. We can take advantage of a server’s power to send and receive packets of information to route our text message to its …

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Cell Phone Hardware That Allows GPS Tracking

by John Doe
May 11th, 2007

Cell phone technology has really improved, and today’s mobile phones are equipped with a variety of nifty features including games, movies, music, the internet, email and even Global Position System (GPS) technology. GPS is a satellite-based navigation system that allows users to determine and communicate their precise location from anywhere on Earth.

Although GPS was originally created and used by the U.S. military, it is now available to the public. This has allowed the general public to enjoy a convenient tool that enables them to keep track of their loved ones. However, on the flip side of the coin, GPS can also be a tool used by a third party to invade the privacy of others.

In regard to cell phones, GPS Tracking is available in both software and hardware forms. GPS Tracker software is a program that is downloaded into your cell phone, while GPS Tracker hardware is a physical chip …

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