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• 102 - The SmartPhone, Speedollars, and "QuickResponse"
102 The SmartPhone, Speedollars, and "QResponse" System
102- Google's "WALLET" and TeleKey's "Speedollars"
• 102 Larry Page, the CEO of Google Reorganizes its Top Ranks
• 102 Why Wireless Cemeteries? WiTEL@ Tribute To Hollywood

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• 102The Kingsbury Commitment 1913

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102 TheGoogleSmart90 -WiTEL®™© LOVE Affair
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102 Internet: CREATING the "NBS WiTEL®™© NetWork
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102 Internet: the Analog to Digital Set Top Box - June 2009 Smart TV - !"
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• 102 - Man Pleads Guilty To Credit Card Serial ID Theft
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• 102-1902-Wireless Telephony Demonstration-Washington, D.C
• 102The Kingsbury Commitment 1913
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102 The SmartPhone, Speedollars, and "QResponse" System
102- Google's "WALLET" and TeleKey's "Speedollars"
• 102 Larry Page, the CEO of Google Reorganizes its Top Ranks
• 102 Why Wireless Cemeteries? WiTEL@ Tribute To Hollywood
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102-Snapchat IPO Pops
"Snap's IPO is a historic multiplier for our city's tech sector," Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said. "It has great potential to power new dreams, create more opportunity and drive innovation in what is already one of the world's largest tech hubs."
•••• Snapchat allows users' messages and photos to disappear seconds after they're displayed. Most of the 158 millions of people who use Snapchat each day are younger than 35.
•••• Snap Inc shares closed at $24.48 in their first day of trading, a 44% jump. Shares were priced at $17, they opened up on the New York stock exchange at 24.00, the price at which new shareholders could opt to sell and prospective shareholders cold choose to buy.
Employees at Snap are celebrating
Snap Inc.'s employees helped turn the Venice start-up into a $37-billion public company. Now, the question is, will they do the same on their own.
•••• The region's tech community is hoping the wealth bestowed to hundreds of Snap Inc. employees by the third-largest initial public offering in California history spurs them to become entrepreneurs and investors in their own right. Snap employees already are having conversations with venture capitalists to help line up possible future funding.
•••• Workers peeling off after an IPO or an acquisition is a common phenomenon. Some people prefer returning to a smallere operation where bureaucracy doesn't stifle their bold ideas. Others view their new fortune both as a calling card that boosts up their reputation and a safety net that hedges against the financial risks of entrepreneurship.
•••• Employees at Snap are now sitting on billions of dollars' worth of shares. But more than half of the company's employees joined in the last 18 months, and most of the stock in their pay package doesn't arrive until their third and fourth years of employment. That's a very powerful incentive to stick around. In addition, Snap went public at an early stage, and its co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, hold an outsized vision for the company's potential. Those factors could lead people to believe the fortune waiting ahead of them at Snap is hard to beat.
•••• Also, there are other reasons to stay longer. Snap's employees are valuable because they've seen what it takes to take a company public. Learning the basics of operating in a public company will make them even more valuable.
•••• For many there is going to be desire to stay with that mothership for a little while, but over time, maybe three years out, a lot more will go out on their own."
•••• Leaving however comes with risks, though. Companies generally don't welcome back people who want to return down the road. And most start-ups don't turn into billion-dollar businesses.
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102- FCC's latest spectrum auction nets $7 billion for US Treasury
The second major forward phase of the broadcast incentive spectrum auction by US telecoms and broadcast regulator the FCC has come to a close.
••••The FCC is carrying out an incentive auction of unused analogue TV spectrum, left over from the digital TV transition. The hope is to free up more spectrum for 4G/5G and advanced wireless services, like mobile video.
••••The two-sided auction for the spectrum was meant to pay broadcasters a fair value for their assets before selling them to the highest-bidding mobile carriers.
••••After months of action, bids from spectrum hunters have totalled $19.63 billion for 70 MHz of spectrum sold by broadcasters in an earlier, reverse auction phase.
••••Now follows a smaller assignment phase that could bring some extra funds as bidders aim for more specific frequencies in markets. But with the auction largely complete, the US Treasury will get about $7 billion for deficit reduction.
••••Once the assignment phase ends (in two to three weeks), the FCC will reveal complete bid winners from the auction. Broadcasters from the reverse auction are free to talk about the winnings publicly, while forward participants must remain silent for now.
••••Those broadcasters that chose not to participate will have their spectrum 'repacked' into other bands to protect their signals from neighbouring interference and ensure uninterrupted TV service. The FCC has proposed setting aside up to two UHF channels in every US TV market for Wi-Fi and other unlicensed wireless services as well, but this so-called 'vacant channel' effort has been controversial, as it takes valuable real estate away from low-power TV stations (LPTVs) looking to find new homes after the agency's repacking, broadcasters have argued.
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Who Invented the Wireless Telephone?
102-WIRELESS TELEPHONE Industrial School of Arts & Sciences - 1902
Excerpts from: Smart Daaf Boys, Stubblefield's 1993 "All-in-One Radio/Television & Desk Top Almanac Encyclopedia-PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpgDictionary. (456 Pages ) • ISBN No. 10883644-04-6Library of Congress Catalog Number 93-060451 Volume IV, A Source Book for Comminications Executives & Researchers
Copyright 1993: By Telvision International Publishing (TVI Publishing)

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- In January 1902, Stubblefield agreed to participate in the commercial exploitation of his device by Fennell's Philadelphia Group that purportedly included Westinghouse. Incorporation papers for the Wireless Telephone Company of America were filed in Prescott, Arizona, on May 22, 1902. Stubblefield was a director, but held no office. The Washington and Philadelphia demonstrations maintained the momentum needed to sell stock in the new company. A four page prospectus, extolling the investment opportunity in Wireless Telephone Company of America compared the Stubblefield device with Marconi's wireless telegraphy system by stating that both systems utilized "... for transmission what are termed Hertzian electrical wave currents ..." The technical details were not disclosed since the prospectus was designed to sell stock, and perhaps deliberately avoided specific evidence on the points of comparison or contrast. The use of steel rods thrust into the ground, the large circular coils and the copper antenna wires attached to the masts on the steamer Bartholdi and on rooftops indicate that Stubblefield's 1892, 1893 and 1902 systems were based upon Stubblefield's earth grounded induction-antenna principle, in which we now call, AM radio. Stubblefield insisted that a more "powerful" apparatus would "transmit" unlimited distances. The U.S. Navies ELF project in Clam Flats, Wisconsin is based on Stubblefield's basic induction-antenna device.
Wireless Telephone: 1898: Patent For Electrolyte Battery and Detector for Radio Signal (wireless telephone) Issued 600,457. {19/Gx}
wireless - (1) A British term for radio.
(2) Used in the United States, in the sense of (#1) above, when the word "radio" might be misinterpreted (as an example -- a "wireless record player"). {73/RS}
Section 19.
Wireless Telephony
- The early radiotelephones were powered by wet-cell, non-rechargeable batteries. The telephone at first also used electricity. Today's radio and television stations receive their current from power lines fed by huge dynamos, some powered by atomic fission. The increasing sophistication of power sources, (solar, cell) parallels the continued movement toward greater sophistication in electrical communication methods. {01/Gi}
Wireless Telephony and Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield's "Wireless Telephony" - ("Radio"): In addition to the following listings under "Wireless Telephony," as well as those listed above under "Wireless Signals," also see the section in this book, under: "Stubblefield, Nathan B" with the various terms, definitions, patents issued, demonstrations, historical facts, etc., on Nathan B. Stubblefield (The "Inventor" Of The "Wireless Telephony" -- The "Radio").
••• • Please See Section 15. Stubblefield and "Wireless Telephony" ("Radio").
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Broadcast&endash;Industry Trade Resource/Reference Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Hard&endash;Cover Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Magazines" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield. {03/Di}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY and TELEGRAPH
••• (1) RADIO FREQUENCY (ra-di--o-fre-quen-cy), n. (a). the frequency of the transmitting waves of a given radio message or broadcast. (b). a frequency within the range of radio transmission, i.e. from about 15,000 MC to 10 MC (MegaCycles) per second. [Note: A MegaCycle means, "one million cycles" -- so 15,000 MC is equal to 15,000 x 1,000,000, which is 15,000,000,000 cycles per second (15 billion cycles per second); and 10 MC is equal to 10 x 1,000,000, which is 10,000,000 cycles per second (10 million cycles per second).]
••• (2) RADIO (ra-di-o), n. (a). wireless telegraphy: sparks or dot&endash;dashes broadcasted by radio. (b). telephony: speeches or music broadcasted by radio. (c). an apparatus for receiving radio broadcasts. (d). a message transmitted by radio.
••• (3) BROADCAST (broad-cast), v. To send (messages, speeches, music, sounds) by radio. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1860: Murray, Kentucky: Nathan B. Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor Of Radio" (Wireless Telephony) was born in Murray, Kentucky in 1860. Stubblefield died in Murray in 1928, where he is buried. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: First World's Private Wireless (Voice) Transmission-
Demonstration.
In 1885, Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor of Wireless Telephony" held his First Demonstration, [which was the World's First Private Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land]. Stubblefield, from Murray, Kentucky: Patented his invention in 1898 and also in 1908. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: Stubblefield demonstration to his friend, Duncan Holt, the transmission of voice without wires. Holt stated, "One Sunday that year [1885] Stubblefield invited Holt and his wife out to his home, where the west boundary of Murray State College now is. That afternoon he said to Holt, "Duncan, I've done it. I've been able to talk without wires -- all of 200 yards -- and it'll work everywhere!" Stubblefield had a little "experimental station" he called it, 200 yards away from the house, and he said he could talk from there and it could be heard at the house, or vise&endash;versa -- and without wires! At that time, Holt said, "the Scientific American had never mentioned the possi bility in suggestion or otherwise that speech or intelligent communication could be transmitted with out wires. Stubblefield was the first to entertain the idea. "{19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1892: First World's Public Radio Demonstration - In 1892, the World's First Public Radio Demonstration -- [World's First Public Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land] was held in Murray, Kentucky.
••• In the winter of 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield made a tremendous ad vance in his "wireless telephone" demonstrations, which would make wireless practi cal over distances far greater than those from his experimental home to the garden, dis tances which would first encompass the earth and then reach far out into the universe and to uni verses beyond. It was Stubblefield's great invention of the "wireless telephone" that helped him discover the basic principals and laws of Amplitude Modulation, (AM Radio).
••• To advance his low&endash;frequency induction system to a space system, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the carbon mouth piece of a telephone: (to send a spark wave; Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was copper wire wrapped around a cylinder, or in some cases made into a loop, that was attached to the top of a pole (later he used longer aerials strung along the top of his family home). He con nected the other side of the carbon coil located inside of the mouthpiece to his electrolyte water batteries and crystal, stacked and positioned inside his secret "black box." Ground wires from the "black box," then lead to the metal stakes driven into the earth. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY: 1892: Nathan B. Stubblefield - In January, 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield demonstrated this "WIRELESS TELEPHONY" system in Murray, Kentucky before several hundred on lookers. A total of $758.00 was borrowed from friends and relative to perform this demonstration. During the same year, Stubblefield, again privately, demonstrated to Rainey T. Wells the ability of his apparatus to send and receive the human voice by wireless. After he had set up his props, the inventor talked into one box in rather low tones, and his words "Can you hear me?" Came out the other box "quite distinctly and clearly" as attested to by witnesses.
••• Dr. W. H. Mason, a Murray sur geon who claimed to be a per sonal friend and family physician for Nathan B. Stubblefield, declared that in the same year he wit nessed a private demonstration of the wireless tele phone. Dr. Mason recalled that on one occa sion, Nathan B. Stubblefield handed him a device "housed in what appeared to be a keg with a handle on it." The doctor then followed instructions to walk down the lane carrying the keg. He testified that from it he could hear distinctly "Nathan's voice and a French harp (harmonica)" which Nathan was sending. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1895: Dit Dahs "dots & dashes"- Guglielmo Marconi - In the spring of 1895, what Nathan B. Stubblefield did with wireless voice transmission in 1885, Guglielmo Marconi did with dots and dashes. He discovered that he could send signals over distances far greater than those from his villa to the garden -- dis tances which would travel more than a mile It was Marconi's great basic in vention of signal induction -- if, indeed, it was his. Like Stubblefield, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the spark gap. (Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was a metal cylinder atop a pole. He con nected the other side of the spark gap to a ground -- at first, a copper plate ly ing in the ground. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1998: electrolyte water battery "Stubblefield, Nathan B" - 1898
The patent on the Stubblefield electrolyte water battery, number 600,457, was the device that provided the energy to produce the continual subcarrier hum during Stubblefield's voice transmission when it was connected to his "black box" that contained the electrolytic crystals that acted as detectors and modulators. The portable receiver contained the necessary detector to receive the voice broadcast. Stubblefield advertised that by slightly modifying the telephone coil, one could transmit through the ground for many miles -- the battery acting as a relay. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1898: ground cell (Stubblefield, Nathan B.) - 1898: Stubblefield's Electrolyte Water Battery. The patent on the Stubblefield bat tery, number 600,457, declares in the specification forming part of the letters of patent that the electrical battery has for its object: to provide a novel and practical battery for generating electrical currents of suf ficient forms for practical uses, and also pro viding means for generating not only a constant pri mary current but also an induced momentary sec ondary current.
••• This electrical battery is the "ground cell" or "earth cell" frequently referred to by Stubblefield in many of his writings and interviews. Stubblefield so named the de vice because when he first began his experimentation with it, he would place the device that he had constructed in the moist earth of his farm. Then, when electrical cur rents began to flow from the device, he assumed that the engine he had constructed was tapping the "natural elec tricity" of the earth. Note, for example, how he describes the action of his electrical battery: This cell de rived sufficient electrical energy from the ground in the vicinity of the spot where it was buried to run a small motor continuously for two months and six days without any attention whatever. Indeed, the electrical cur rent was powerful enough to run a clock and several small pieces of machinery and to ring a large gong. By adding a modified carbon microphone to the batteries, it creation wireless voice transmission. {19/Gx}
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102-Sean Parker takes on Hollwood with new home video service -
Screening Room
Former co-founder of Napsters is pitching Hollywood on an unorthodox home-video service called Screening Room that would give users access to films the day that they're released in theaters for $50 each. If Parker succeeds, it could open a vast new revenue stream for him and change how entertainment is consumed in the home.
••••The system is scheduled to be shown to industry professionals in private meetings held in Las Vegas during the annual CinemaCon convention next week.
••••The Screening Room service would offer 48-hour rentals of films via a set-top box that would cost about $150. Revenue would be split among Screening Room, studios and exhibitors. Also, each rental would come with a pair of tickets to see the film in movie theaters.
••••Netflix and other popular streaming video platforms have allowed consumers to watch on-demand content from the comfort of their increasingly high-tech living rooms. Trends in media consumption suggest that eventually people will be able to watch movies at home starting the day they are released in cinemas.
••••But there is skepticism that Parker is the person to crack the code. Doubters have cited Napster as evidence that Parker may not be the right person to take on Hollywood.
••••Screening Room would not be the first to rent movies to consumers at home on the same day that they are released in cinemas. Prima Cinema Inc. offers a service that allows users who shell out $35,000 for an in-home device the ability to screen first-run films for $500 a pop. Prima, caters to a high-end crowd.
••••"Our goal was never to try to disrupt a business," Prima Chief Executive Shawn Yeager said. "At $50, it is hard to imagine how Screening Room doesn't disrupt."
• About Parker
••••Parker grew up in Herndon, Va., not far from Washington, D.C. He was turned on to programming at an early age when his oceanographer father gave him a computer and taught him how to use it. By his teenage years, Parker was hacking into the computer systems of corporations and governments. That led to his arrest at the age of 16 by the FBI. He was given community service for his offenses.
•••• In 1999, Parker -- who did not go to college -- moved to California to join up with Shawn Fanning, whom he had met online and who was then creating Napster.
••••Together, Fanning and Parker, then just 18 and 19, roiled the music industry by releasing Napster in 1999. Tens of millions of people were soon using the service to download MP3 music files, but a wave of lawsuits shut it down in July 2001.
••••In addition to Napster, Parker backed Facebook and Spotify early on. His wealth soared when Facebook went public in 2012.
••••Parker joined Facebook in 2004, and as the company's first president, he has been credited with helping transform it from a fledgling website started in Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard dorm room into a serious business. He has been described as a mentor to Zuckerberg and an advocate for the Menlo Park, Calif., company and its founder during its rocky early days.
••••But Parker was long gone from Facebook by the time of its initial public offering of stock: He left his post in 2005 after the cocaine-related arrest (he was not formally charged with a crime).
••••In 2013, Parker married singer-songwriter Alexandra Lenas in a fairy-tale themed gathering that required construction of "artificially created 'ruins' of cottage and castle walls," at a coastal redwood forest in Big Sur.
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 2015
102- "Kiss & Tell"
• 102- Inside Trading Hackers Arrested-
downloaded 1500,000 press releases
102- Twitter CEO's steps down
102- ICAAN Hacked

102- "Kiss & Tell"
•••Tell me your problems and I'll tell you mine, is the old approach to get some people to open up and extract information.
•••• Facebook is the world's most popular social network. It is the company's 'kiss & tell' mission to be the ultimate placer for everybody to share just about everything. Most people populate their their feeds with only the most flattering posts, like vacation and family photos, promotional work and other not so humble brags.
•••• As in a recent very personal post by the Zuckerbergs, the social network encourages others to share their struggles, to better reflect reality, saying "in today's open and connected world discussing these issues doesn't distance us: it bring us together. It creates understanding and tolerance;" and also more motivated 'kiss & tell' users.
•••• Sharing the most personal Facebook urges users to share just about everything about heir lives. There are however people that do not hew that philosophy and the tendency to expose their personal challenges. That leaves open the question still what is and is not appropriate to share on social medias.

• 102- Insider Trading Hackers Arrested -
• Downloaded more than 150,000 press releases.
•••• As some people wish to connect on the Internet for positive purposes there are those who embrace "Kiss & Tell" criminality online.
•••• An international hacking ring armed with tens of thousands of corporate secrets pocketed more than $100 million from illicit trades, targeting a core vulnerability of the financial system in one of the digital age's most sprawling insider-trading schemes according to federal investigators.•••
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The indictment filed in US District Court accused foreign based hacking network of downloading more than 150,000 press releases for traders in the U.S. and elsewhere. The traders paid the hackers a flat rate or percentage of the profit.
•••• Since 2010, more than 30 hackers and traders across the U.S., Ukraine, Russia and other countries coordinated to steal and profit from press releases, which were scheduled to be delivered toinvestors from corporate wire services Business Wire, PR Newswire and Marketwired, all of which are major public relations news wire services that public companies hire to disseminate market-moving information at set time and in orderly manner.
•••• The scheme involved the alleged hacking of businesses news wire services to pull inside information from pending but still private press releases and other documents, so that rogue traders could get a jump on buying or selling shares before breaking news moved the stock prices.
••••••• With advance details on financial performance and corporate mergers from dozens of companies -- including Bank of America, Boeing, Ford Motor, Home Depot, defense contractor Northrop Grumman and Smith & Wesson -- the team made rapid and lucrative trades from shared brokerage accounts, funneling the money through shell companies and offshore bank accounts in Estonia and Macau.
••••Unlike the recent high-profile hacks of health insurers, the sophisticated hacks targeted not just people's identities, but corporate intelligence, and some hackers and traders were even aided by former broker-dealers registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
•••• A companion civil case filed by the SEC included a wider network of defendants including hackers, traders and small securities firms in places such as Moscow, Paris, Cyprus and Malta.
••••The hackers, who called the early-accessed filings 'Kiss & Tell' "fresh stuff," masked their movements through proxy servers. In a series of emails hackers shared instruction on how to access the servers and even made video tutorials. In turn Traders sent hackers "shopping lists' or wish lists" of upcoming press releases they wanted from select public companies, many of whom were large Fortune 500 conglomerates with heavy interest in market trading.
••••The defendants simply shared the stolen 'Kiss & Tell' releases and created servers on which other defendants, known as "trader defendant" could quickly access the releases and trade on them before they were officially made public.
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102- Twitter CEO's steps down
••••Come July 1, co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey will take the helm on an interim basis. When Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo announced that he was stepping down, it was speculated whether the micro-blogging service could be an acquisition target for a deep-pocketed company like Google, and the lack of a CEO successor signals the potential for acquisition." Investors, too, are calling for a buyout.
•••• In the past, Twitter turned down offers from Google and Facebook, choosing instead to compete with them for ad dollars and users. But advertising never became as lucrative as investors hope for and user growth has slowed; for months now, the San Francisco company has been under intense pressure to prove its relevance.
•••• Google for example doesn't have strong social and Twitter is highly mobile, and everything is on mobile now. It's also moving towards video, and having video postings and video ads. These are the big trends on the Internet ... and Twitter has all those things."
•••• Last week, major Twitter investor Chris Sacca posted a nearly 8,500-word essay on how to improve Twitter. He then took to CNBC to proclaim that Google and Twitter would be an "instant fit."
•••• As it stands, Twitter hasn't evolved much since its launch nine years ago, and it has a steep learning curve for newcomers unfamiliar with its at times clunky user experience. Twitter needs to develop or acquire complementary products to expand.
•••• There is precedent for the two companies working together. In April, Google agreed to help Twitter sell and measure promoted tweets paid for by advertisers. A month later, Google began showing tweets in its search results. That was a win for Twitter, which now has its content seen by many more people -- including non-Twitter users -- as a result of the deal.
•••• According to Costolo Twitter's board will "carefully evaluate" any offer while Dorsey indicated that the company has no plans to change direction.
•••• Regardless of whether a takeover is on the table, analysts agree Twitter has a slew of problems it needs to quickly address -- and not just its flat ad revenue but also a user experience that struggles to attract a mainstream following.
•••• "A good analogy is Facebook's purchase of Instagram," said Steve Sarracino, founder of Activant Capital. "Twitter needs to find another delivery model beyond tweets and a Twitter feed."
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102- ICAAN Hacked
•••Decc 19, 2014 -- Hackers breached the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization that coordinates unique web addresses all across the world, but luckily didn't hit the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, an important leg that keeps the Internet running smoothly.
•••• Attackers used "spear fishing" to break into the system in late November, according to a post on ICANN's website this week. Staffers received email messages that appeared to be coming from ICANN's own domain; several ICANN staffers' emails were compromised.
••"Based on our investigation to date, we are not aware of any other systems that have been compromised," ICANN's post read. It credits the relative insignificance of the attack to the organization's beefed-up security measures.
•••• Attackers gained administrative privileges in a leg of ICANN called the Centralized Zone Data Service (CZDS), which they used to gather a slew of information entered by users: names, postal addresses, emails and phone numbers. Passwords were encrypted, but ICANN has still deactivated all CZDS passwords as a precaution.
••• "We believe these enhancements helped limit the unauthorized access obtained in the attack," ICANN said. "Since discovering the attack, we have implemented additional security measures."
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• 2014
102- Roku Streamers built right into TVs
102- Internet no longer free?
102- Who's to control the Internet?
102- Global Internet panel formed
102-PublishingComponentSale.
102-Verizon ProfitDoubles With The SmartPhone

102- Ultra-Cheap TVs, with Roku Streamers built right in
•••• Roku, a maker of streaming devices that send Internet video to TV screens, is now building its service into the TV sets themselves. Roku, Inc. partnered with Hisense and TCL to build the company's superb Smart TV platform built-in -- no box required. The Saratoga, Calif., company announced that pre-orders are being taken for Roku-equipped televisions built by Chinese company TCL, and soon Roku TV sets by Hisense will also go on sale.
•••• The company's aim is to knock cable and satellite aside and place itself &endash; and Internet streaming &endash; as the primary gateway for TV viewers. The co-branded TVs will display the same Roku menu seen by users of the company's Roku 3 and Roku Streaming Stick devices. That menu includes programming from Netflix, Amazon and hundreds of other channels. The sets will also pull in digital broadcast signals and accommodate game consoles and cable/satellite boxes as well.
•••• Like Roku boxes and USB sticks, each TV comes with a dead-simple remote that was developed in collaboration with Roku. It's not a motion controller like the one included with the highest-end Roku 3 box, but the remotes for the TCL and Hisense sets are much simpler compared to your average TV remote. Buttons are kept to a minimum, although there are dedicated ones to quickly access Netflix, Amazon Video, Rdio, and Vudu.
•••• The TCL sets, that start at $229 and range from 32-inch to 55-inch models, will begin shipping soon. The Hisense versions are expected to be available by late September. There's no word on whether major TV manufacturers like Samsung and Sony will offer Roku-equipped TVs.
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102- Internet No longer free?
On July 15, 2014, the House approved a permanent extension of the moratorium of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act
•••• From the inception of the Internet until the late 1990s, the Internet was free of government regulation in the United States at all levels, and also free of any specially targeted tax levies. By 1996, however, as the Internet was becoming so fundamental to communications and the economy, that began to change, as several U.S. states and municipalities began to see Internet services as a potential source of tax revenue.
• The 1998 Internet Tax Freedom Act,
signed by President Bill Clinton, halted the expansion of direct taxation of the Internet, grandfathering existing taxes in certain states by temporarily banning any additional jurisdictions from taxing Internet access services, on the grounds that such costs would deter Americans from getting connected. In the United States alone, thousands+ taxing jurisdictions could otherwise have laid claim to taxes on a piece of the Internet. The law, however, did not affect sales taxes applied to online purchases. These continue to be taxed at varying rates depending on the jurisdiction, in the same way that phone and mail orders are taxed.
•••• Also the idea of taxing email is no more popular today than when President Bill Clinton signed the Internet Tax Freedom Act into law. But a dedicated congressional minority now wants to allow states and localities to tax email-- unless these governments are given new powers to collect sales taxes on e-commerce.
This is the third time in 16 years
Congress has temporarily extended the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act since its original enactment. The most recent extension was titled the Internet Tax Freedom Act Amendment Act of 2007, signed into law on November 1, 2007, by George W. Bush and extended the moratorium until November 1, 2014
••••On July 15, 2014, the House approved a permanent extension of the moratorium of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, a bill that would amend the Internet Tax Freedom Act to make permanent the ban on state and local taxation of Internet access and on multiple or discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce.
••••• Senate Democratic leaders, however, want to tie the no-new-Internet-taxes bill to a measure that would let states require online retailers in other states to collect sales taxes for them. Such proposal wouldn't impose any new taxes on the Internet; shoppers there already owe "use" taxes on purchases from out-of-state retailers. However, they typically don't pay them. Despite the many differences in local rates and rules technological advances have made it easy for websites to collect sales tax from any shopper. As long as lawmakers streamline the submission and auditing of tax payments, it's reasonable to require online retailers to collect sales taxes from out-of-state buyers. The change would also eliminate an unfair advantage that e-tailers enjoy over their brick-and-mortar competitors.
••••If the Senate does not approve this bill, states would be responsible for setting the tax rate.
••••If the ban on taxes is overturned, it would not impact the local governments, it would affect businesses. If the ban is approved, then it would prevent state and local governments from placing taxes on those using the Internet.
•••• The problem would be determining who would actually set the tax, since there has been no real proposal on how the rate would be based.
••••Some retailers for instance use the Internet for business every single day, and they couldn't imagine being taxed to use the Internet, even if it is the difference between dollars and cents, and it could change the way online retailers do business. They may not be able to have an e-business site or sell things online.
The legislation is now in the hands of the Senate,
which has to approve the bill before it become a law . On November 1 -- and remember, Election Day is November 4 -- the moratorium on Internet-only taxes ends.  Meaning you and I will pay the government even more coin to surf the World Wide Web.
•••• That bill, which passed the House by a large margin, would permanently entrench a temporary moratorium on ISP taxes. The measure is politically popular because it means consumers won't see "service fees," akin to those that appear on cell phone statements, on their broadband bills.
•••• When you next fume at your Internet or cell phone bill -- check the litany of taxes tacked on -- not to forget the built-in government costs you pay but never see.  That way you'll know at whom to actually be angry.
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102- Who's to control the Internet?
Will giving up Internet control mean the biggest tax increase in world history
Is the Obama administration's plans to remove Washington's oversight of the Internet unavoidable?
•••• The Internet acts as a unified system, and is a global collection of disparate computer and communications networks - thanks in part to the use of a common address book administered by a nonprofit organization created and overseen by the U.S. government.
•••• Now, the Obama administration says the time has come to remove Washington's oversight, leaving the U.S. government with no greater influence over how the Internet operates than any other country has. That's a seemingly unavoidable but risky step. And if the transition is handled the right way, it may actually reduce the risk that governments will impose rules that splinter the Net.
•••• The federal involvement in the Web's address book, formally known as the Domain Name System, stems from days when the Internet was just a federal research project.
••••Independent engineering groups came up with the standards that enable networks to interconnect and data to be shared, but federal contractors were in charge of maintaining the list of the .com names and corresponding Internet Protocol addresses of all the computers that connected online. That system is shared by users around the world and functions as guides email, Web browsers and other Internet traffic to the right destination.
•••• In 1998, however, the federal government started shifting oversight of the Domain Name System to the private sector, contracting with the newly created Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to manage domains and IP addresses. ICANN isn't controlled by Washington or any other single entity; instead, it has a board of directors chosen by its constituents, which include telecommunications companies, engineering groups and governments. Yet the fact that ICANN is a U.S. government contractor has led many observers to assume that Washington has, if not veto power, at least an unusual degree of influence over the organization.
It's a given that the Internet is an integral part of the global economy-
•••• and some foreign governments want a very different Internet from the free, open and global one we have today. Some, such as China, wish to and do censor the traffic coming in and out of their countries. And some nations around the globe want to force websites to store all the data they collect within their borders, effectively creating local duplicates of the World Wide Web.
In whose control the World Wide Web is to be kept anyway is in question.
•••• When the administration recently announced that it planned to finish privatizing the management of Internet names and addresses, some proponents of Internet freedom were outraged at what looked like the the administration was "giving up its traditional 'bodyguard' role of Internet governance." Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich warned that the move "risks foreign dictatorships defining the Internet."
•••• Those concerns would be more realistic if the U.S. could dictate ICANN's every move, but it can't. Still, the federal government's involvement has protected ICANN from being subjected to some other government or governments' rule.
Is the UN eying Internet governance
Since a United Nations agency recently tried to impose its own version of governance on the Internet, it's not out of line to think that opponents of a unified, free and open Internet will see the administration's proposed retreat as an opportunity to advance.
•••• To the administration's credit it placed some important conditions on its withdrawal. It plans to cede the authority it exerts now to "the global multistakeholder community" -- in other words, the academics, engineers, businesses, consumers and governments that have a stake in the Internet -- when its current deal with ICANN expires in September 2015. And while it handed ICANN the job of coming up with a replacement for the current system, it said it will not accept "a government-led or an inter-governmental organization solution."
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102- Global Internet panel formed
Internet governance to become one of the most pressing global policies.
••••DAVOS, Switzerland - A global commission has been created to investigate how to ensure Internet freedom and security at a time of growing concerns over privacy breaches.
•••• The creation of the Global Commission on Internet Govenmancy was announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
•••• The commission was set up by Canada's Centre for International Governance Innovation and Britain's Royal Institute of International Affairs.
••• The two-year inquiry,, will be wide-ranging but focus primarily on state censorship of the internet as well as the issues of privacy and surveillance raised by the Snowden leaks about America's NSA and Britain's GCHQ spy agencies.
•••• Sweden's foreign minister, Carl Bildt, will head a group of some 25 experts from various backgrounds, including academia, government and civil society. They will work together over the coming two years to create "a strategic vision for the future of Internet governance."
••••Bildt, the former Swedish prime minister, said: "The rapid evolution of the net has been made possible by the open and flexible model by which it has evolved and been governed. But increasingly this is coming under attack.
••••"And this is happening as issues of net freedom, net security and net surveillance are increasingly debated. Net freedom is as fundamental as freedom of information and freedom of speech in our societies."
••••The Obama administration announced the initial findings of a White House-organised review of the NSA. There are also inquiries by the US Congress and by the European parliament, but this is the first major independent one.
••••The inquiry has been set up by Britain's foreign affairs thinktank Chatham House and by the Center for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI), which is partly funded by the Canadian government.
••••In a joint statement, Chatham House and the CIGI said the current internet regime was under threat. "This threat to a free, open and universal internet comes from two principal sources. First, a number of authoritarian states are waging a campaign to exert greater state control over critical internet resources."
••••The statement does not name the countries but it is aimed mainly at China and Iran, both of whom are censoring the internet.
••••The other big issue, according to Chatham House and the CIGI, is the revelations from Snowden.
••••"Second, revelations about the nature and extent of online surveillance have led to a loss of trust." The issue of internet governance is set to become one of the most pressing global policy issues of our time, said Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House, said: "The issue of internet governance is set to become one of the most pressing global policy issues of our time."
••••••Among those on the panel are: Joseph Nye, former dean of the Kennedy school of governance at Harvard; Sir David Omand, former head of GCHQ; Michael Chertoff, former secretary of the US homeland security department and co-author of the Patriot Act that expanded NSA surveillance powers; the MEP Marietje Schaake, who has been a leading advocate of internet freedom; Latha Reddy, former deputy national security adviser of India; and Patricia Lewis, research director in the international security department at Chatham House, who said: "Internet governance is too important to be left just to governments."
••••Gordon Smith, who is to be deputy chair of the commission, said: "For many people, Internet governance sounds technical and esoteric but the reality is that the issues are 'high politics' and of consequence to all users of the internet, present and future."
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• 102-PublishingComponentSale. WUG4-Smart90 reported that Yahoo Inc in talks to buy YouTube-like video site "Dailymotion" -- is in talks with France Telecom to buy a majority stake in Dailymotion, an online video site popular in Europe that has been scouting for a U.S. partner to take on Google Inc.'s YouTube.
Google reports that the YouTube deal represents a major growth opportunity for the Internet gian••• Google has said YouTube represents a major growth opportunity for the Internet giant.
••• Executive Marissa Maye reported that if the deal is excepted, it would be first major acquisition since taking over Yahoo last summer.
••• Under the ownership structure being discussed, Yahoo could buy as much as 75% of Dailymotion with the possibility of buying the rest of the site at a later date, the Wall Street Journal reported. The deal would value Dailymotion at around $300 million.
••• Spokespeople for Yahoo and France Telecom declined to comment.
Dailymotion is hoping that by selling --
a majority stake to a U.S. partner will help boost distribution, content and marketing deals. The addition of the largest streaming video site after YouTube would give Yahoo a major presence in Web video outside the U.S.
••• France Telecom bought Dailymotion in a two-part agreement over the course of two years for $168 million. Dailymotion editorial and executive management operate independently of France Telecom. Dailymotion had 112 million unique visits and 2.5 billion page views in January, according to research firm ComScore.
••• At a recent technology conference, Mayer said video "is going to be very important to our strategy." Last July, Yahoo struck a syndication deal with Dailymotion.
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2011-4thQUARTER-Oct
102-Verizon ProfitDoubles With The SmartPhone. • The WUG4 group reported that Verizon Profit doubled on Increase in SmartPhone Sales
•••Verizon Wireless third-quarter earnings rose to $1.38 billion, from $659 million, or 23 cents, a year earlier.
•••Sales climbed 5.4 % to $27.9 billion, matching the average analyst projection. The third-quarter three-month period ended Sept. 31., Verizon said. Verizon shares closed up 0,9% to $37.42.
••• Contributing to Verizon's increased performance was a jump in smartphone sales- users and on its network with 882,000 new wireless-contract customers.
•••The significant boost in profit comes despite a two-week labor strike and spending $250 million on "storm-related repair costs" -- and cost of its PSI billing process in the amount of $5.00 per month per wireless phone number assigned to each wireless telephone unit.
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2011-3rdQUARTER-July
102-Beatles Got Their Name From The Crickets
102-Apple Stores - Made In China
102-Made In America-GoodsvsServices - & NBS WiTEL
102-August 28th 2011 - King Memorial Dedication at the Mall Postpone
102 - August 28th 2011 - Dedication at the Mall Postponed. What Does Martin Luther King, Jr. - Have In Common With the Smart-DAAF Boys? -Intellectual Property Rights & CASH.
/ImagesPeople/lukingatPress-Why108w.jpg Hurricane Irene caused hundreds of event cancellations this weekend, including the official dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C. The ceremony, which was to include a speech by President Barack Obama, was postponed for a later date.

An estimated quarter-million people were anticipated to attend the dedication, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, according to ABC News. With the capital in the path of Hurricane Irene, organizers decided to call of the even

t.•- What is a Smart-DAAF Boy? What did the reverend Martin Luther King Jr.'s children do for America. They have been paid in an amount of cash dollars that will exceed over $800,000.00 for the Washington D.C. Monument deal./imagescdcory/cd2338Harbin1-Best108w.jpg
•- The same question was directed to Troy Cory-Stubblefield, the grandson of Nathan B. Stubblefield, in 2004. It was Troy's grandfather who created the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© Organization, invented WiFi-187, and the Wireless Telephone®™© - in 1898 to 1908 respectfully.
•- Troy, said he thought the payment was fulfilling. Bernice, Dexter and Martin Luther King, III were the children of a great creative man who died for a cause. That purpose was made in America full of Marks recorded and registered with the USPTO, and the Librarry of Congres. During the Luther Kings family court proceedings in 2004, it was very timely, as to why I had been maintaining my Stubblefield estate for over 30 years. "Why should the King kids be paid in cash? It was the metephor our NBS WiTEL Financial Trust team was looking for."
•- Not only was it the year when the King family won the rights to their father's intellectual property rights, it was the same year when the FCC had auctioned of the NBS EMW spectrums for $Billions. It was also the year when the FTC was getting prepared to introduce their Red Flags Rule that would criminalize ID theft, just enacted last years.
•-Not only was Martin Luther King the father of 3 children, he was the father of a system that enhances human rights for all citizens of the U.S.A.,He created the excellence for all of the Americans that wished to convert themselves into a seamless new word for its citizens, "USians."
As for the Smart-DAAF Boys --
it was the SmartPhone they created. Our tviNews crew will be on hand at the big King event to help produce a few iMovie out-takes.
•-The Dedication of the Memorial at the National Mall in Washington, DC will take place at 11 a.m. on Sunday, August 28, 2011.
•- Troy says, "I appreciated the court decision giving the King family title to their father's Marks. That was also the same year we mailed out our first Invoices to the folks that were infringing on our Wireless Telephone®™© Marks."
•- Troy explained that that the $800,000 in CASH dollars that has befallen on the children of King, is something that should happen to "all family folk that stick together."
•- The screen-play; "The Wireless Telephone®™© - the Movie" -- was authored by Donna Tunno, and Troy. The story-line is based on the Smart-DAAF Boys, Stubblefield, Marconi, Ambros Flemming, and Tesla. The 4 Volume set, was co-authored by Troy and his wife, Josie Cory.
•- Josie says, "the books, and the "The Wireless Telephone®™© - the Movie," are all about Washington, DC, the Kentucky invention, ID-Theft, and the taking of a man's intellectual property by U.S. Regulatory seizure. More Story @ KingBriefs 102-s90 • Internet
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102-MadeInAmerica-Goods vs Services.
•- According to a recent China Expo 2000 report, the 'Made in America' service mark is true and correct if 'Made in U.S.A' is added to goods. If it has the U.S.A. tag, about 88.5% of U.S. purchases in 2010 -- were American-made products and services.
•- How can this be, considering that many of the toys, electronics, housewares, shoes and other goods we use daily come from CHINA?
• Goods, Products, and Services . . .
and the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© --

•- The biggest money-makers, in the U.S. comes from the sales of Goods, Products, and Services. Out of the three words -- the word "Services" is number One.
•- Services provided to those users of the U.S. invention, the Wireless Telephone®™©, helps to account for about two-thirds of U.S. spending, and earnings that are mainly produced, and sold locally, in your own city-neighborhood. Your paper boy, beauty shop, dry cleaner, accountant, mechanic and banks.
•- Then there's groceries and gasoline. Most of the food Americans eat is produced domestically. And although the U.S. imports about half of its petroleum, China is not a major supplier. About 90% of all gasoline sold in the U.S. is refined in the United States. "The vast majority of goods and services sold in the United States is produced here."
•- Foreign-made products are most prevalent among so-called durable goods, which are big-ticket items such as cars, furniture and appliances. About one-third of all durable goods Americans purchased last year were made abroad; 12% came from China.
• Goods and services from China --
accounted for only 2.7% of U.S. personal consumption spending in 2010.
FOR MORE CLICK-China Owns $1.15 Trillion in U.S. Treasury Bonds.
•- But even merchandise made in China can contribute to the U.S. economy. Consider a pair of Chinese-made sneakers that retails in the U.S. for $70. Most of what a consumer pays goes to cover trucking costs, rent for the store where the shoes are sold, profits for shareholders of the U.S. retailer, as well as the cost of marketing the brand. Included in these costs are the salaries, wages and benefits paid to the U.S. workers who staff these operations.
•- "On average, of every dollar spent on an item labeled 'Made in China,' 55 cents goes for services produced in the United States," the report said. More Story @ SmartBriefs 102-s90 • MadeInU.S.A.
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101-102 Beatles Got Their Name From The Crickets
Like iPhone, CellPhone, their founders got their names from the NBS Wireless Telephone®™©.
•- In the 1970s, Paul McCartney bought the rights to Holly's publishing catalog becaues all four band members were huge fans of the Crickets Texas singer, songwriter and guitarist's music, and the Beatles even modeled their name on that of Holly's group the Crickets.
•- Maria Elena Holly is joining Carter in conjunction with activities next week surrounding what would have been her husband's 75th birthday on Sept. 7.More Story @ SmartBriefs 101-s90 • Show Biz / • More Story @ SmartBriefs 102-s90 • Internet
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102- Apple Stores - Made In China 22 more new Apple Stores were opened in China. Chinese authorities say they are "Real" -- and are selling Apple products to Apple customers, so Apple should be happy." -- Locals from the city of Kunming -- agree with the authorities."
•- China's Administration for Industry and Commerce has suspended previously exposed stores from doing business, but the new 22 are instead being ordered to stop using Apple's logo and trademarks, according to a report from Reuters.
•- State media reports said Apple China has filed a complaint with the government and accused such fake stores of unfair competition and trademark violation, according to Reuters.
•- Reuters reported that: "The market watchdog agency said it would set up a complaint hotline and boost monitoring, the official Xinhua news agency reported," Reuters said. "It did not say if the shops were selling knock-off Apple products or genuine but smuggled models.
•- "Countless unauthorized resellers of Apple and other brands' electronic products throughout China sell the real thing but buy their goods overseas and smuggle them into the country to escape taxes," the said. More Story @ SmartBriefs 102-s90 • BuyApple
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••• 2011-07-22 / The Web Users Guild.com Organization of Universal City -- reported that the FTC's Red Flags Rule is finally kicking in. "Just last week in a Virginia courtroom, Rogelin Hackett, age 26, of Lithonia, Georgia, . . . plead guilty to the ID theft charges brought on by the U.S. Department of Justice. The U.S.A. Federal crime, "Stealing Credit Card Serial numbers . . . then selling the intellectural property for a profit."
• For lawmakers at every level of government --
there are two kinds,
Credit Card and Wireless Telephone®™© Serial numbers. To explore the meaning of grace, style and the power to cash in on the opportunities given by a simple 7 digit Wireless Telephone®™© serial number. "Especially," says Mark Anderson, CEO of the PacificSunrise.org, "if the number was created to extend credit . . . or the phone number was assigned to a Wireless Telephone®™© user . . . THAT's NOT YOU."
* The unalterable prerequisites for turning users --
of ®™© serial numbers into criminals are: One. Picture yourself into a World full of Credit Cards, surrounded by SmartPhones, and iTunes . . . with a face that's not yours. Two: Set the Movie scene. Picture yourself up against an implacable situation at being caught by the Feds for not paying for the rights to use the ®™© numbers. Under the Red Flags Rule, for non-payment, your tail-bone could be arrested for ID Theft.
• Both conditions were spectacularly displayed just last week --
on Thursday, July 21st, in a State of Virginia courtroom. That is, the 26 year old iHacker, knowingly stole serial numbers from the owner of the intellectual property . . . then talking from one point to another on his cellphone . . . willingly transfered funds, and number to buy/or sell goods, products, and/or services . . . using the stolen Serial numbers without the permission of the owner."
••• Hackett . . . plead guilty on July 21st, to the ID theft action brought on by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The guilty plea of trafficking in counterfeit credit cards --
and aggravated identity theft, was in an amount that exceeded over $36.6 million.
••• Credit card companies have identified tens of thousands of fraudulent transactions, with a total of more than $36.6 million, using the card numbers found in Hackett's possession.
••• Secret Service agents purchased 40 counterfeit credit cards from Hackett in June 2009, paying $1,180 for the cards, court documents said.
What Are Carding Forums? --
Since 2002, Hackett trafficked in credit card information he obtained either by hacking into businesses' computer networks or by purchasing stolen credit card numbers through online "carding forums," according to court documents. Carding forums are online discussion groups where thieves sell stolen credit card information.
U.S. Secret Service agents found more than 676,000 --
stolen credit card numbers on computers and e-mail accounts belonging to Rogelio Hackett Jr. when they searched his home in June 2009.
• The defendant made more than $100,000 from his ID theft
efforts, according to court documents. Hackett, 26, of Lithonia, GA., faces up to 10 years in prison on the access device charge and another two years on the identity theft charge. Hackett also faces fines of up to twice the losses suffered by victims.
• Hackett stole more than 359,000 numbers assigned --
to credit card users from an unnamed online ticketing company in attacks beginning in August 2007, according to court documents.
• The Guild reported that the Georgia man was --
connected to $36.6 million in credit card fraud pleaded guilty Thursday to trafficking in counterfeit credit cards and aggravated identity theft, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
• Hackett also sold credit card information, --
manufactured and sold counterfeit plastic cards, and used the credit card information to acquire gift cards and merchandise.
• Hackett's sentencing is scheduled for July 22 --
in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
• NEXT WEEK -- MORE ON THE ILLEGAL USE OF WIRELESS TELEPHONE®™© NUMBERS.
• WUG4.com is the new and upcoming.com firm, --
that covers technology and telecom policy in the U.S. government for the WebUsers Guild, and for iMovie streaming SmartPhone industry. The U.S. agency FCC enforces the Red Flags Rule that was enacted by Congress last year helped prove the point, then did something about it. Click For More SmartBriefs 102-s90 • NBS - Phone Number Info
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• 106 The NBS WirelessTelephone.Org Challenges USPTO Ruling.

•••••• The Politics of Washington D.C. has rarely seen a SmartDaafBoys.com photo or NBS documentary it didn't like. Ever since Nathan B. Stubblefield bombarded music and voices into the air around and over the Potomac River in 1902, the users of today's smartphone have been most willing to put up with his WiMax187 cellphone towers, and paying the $90.00 per month phone bill.
••• Even with the massive on-line traffic jam vista that go along with a Google smartphone, searching PhoneNumber.com for NBS100.com's latest SinTrends.com News, doesn't seem to bother the User . . . yet."
• But that was before the American 100-year-old media company -
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- came forward with it's $21-Billion US dollars in charges to its TeleCom users, and its plan to file its September 2010, USPTO Applications; the $-Billion NBS, "Wireless Telephone®™©" TradeMark upgrade, and Patent pending status for it's unique WiTEL Global Stubbyte ID Theft System.
• Based on the newly activated FTC's Red Flags
Anti-ID theft Rules --
as of June, 2010, "the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© will become the $-Billion iconic ServiceMark Organization which people worldwide will want to be part of -- because of its "separate and distinct" WiFi-187 coolness," says "MARK" Anderson, the CEO of the PSI group. The short name for the 104-year-old "company" and its U.S. trademark is WiTEL®™©. The global ®™ www names are: WiTel.com, WiMax187.com, and WirelessTelephone.Org. All are ICANN registries.
nbstubblefieldPofM-108w.jpg••• The by-product, "the ABCees" of WiTEL, (compona elements, and effects) created by the arts and science established the distinct and separate components of today's Wireless Telephone®™© -- have long dominated the thoughts and actions of many American companies. Bill Gates, and Paul Allen of Microsoft; Steve Jobs of Apple; and Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google are a few of those Americans who earned $Billions. But that has started to change. China has Baidu.com, and Germany has Google.de.
• Imagine, explains Troy Cory-Stubblefiield -- "the USPTO" finally telephoned."

••• The unexpected "generic" move took place when they set the 20th day of January for a telephonic meeting with the principals of the WirelessTelephoneOrg. Their intentions? "To explain the reasons, as to why they should, or should not decline the granting of our "104-year-old Wireless Telephone®™© trademark and logo."
• During the course of the telephonic meeting --
"it was quite obvious I wasn't talking to WITEL achievers like, Steve Jobs or Larry Page of Apple or Google," said Troy. Each one of the three USPTO examining attorneys, Aneeta Jordan, John Lincoski, and Nicholas A. Coleman, expressed their desires to take away the art and science, and monetary authority the Wireless Telephone®™© TradeMark provided NBS.
••• The existing 104-year-old NBS TradeMark could become extinct, only if and when . . . by enacting their "generic phraseology theory." Anderson explains their theory would in essence -- "jeopardize NBS's current $21-Billions of Dollars in revenue receivables, by USPTO's name seizure." • 101NBS-More02ChallengesUSPTO / "Defending the Source-Identifier
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"Defending the Source-Identifier Demonstrations, and ServiceMark creations from 1898 to 2011, is easy, it's about both Legal History & Money."
"SO . . . Let's not become to generous!" says Charles Portz, the WirelessTelephoneOrg's lead counsel. "We are confident our Trademark will be validated, and if it isn't -- we are prepared to defend our contentions in any forum."
WiTelGlobalcomMap108w.jpg• Were they exceeding their USPTO authority? --
••• "We believe, they were" said Charles Portz, the lead attorney for the WirelessTelephoneOrg ®™©. "Not only does their assertion of authority go well beyond any authority provided by Congress, but the USPTO theory would jeopardize NBS WirelessTelephoneOrg's collections of over $21-Billion in revenue.
•• A negative decision could, and would completely destroy the separate distinct art, and science by U.S. innovators, and the loss of the trademark "Wireless Telephone" owned by the Wireless Telephone Organization, (WirelessTelephone.Org) -- since 1902, would create an uncertainty, and weakness within the U.S. communications, iPhone, and iPhone, CellPhone industry, and doubt in the minds of existing iPhone, and/or CellPhone users."
•• Demonstrations, and ServiceMark creations from 1898 to 2011, "is easy,' says Troy
••• From 1892 to date, Kentucky, Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, California, China, and Germany were the NBS Wireless Telephone Organization's favorite location to sell, demonstrate, and pick-up a few high-profile witnesses, and users to ID the dates of continual sales created by the assignment of WiTEL®™©.
••• The first major Source-Identifier demonstrations were held in 1902. Photo Top shows 1907 Patent; Photo 02 shows pre-MSU campus;
••• Photo 03 pictures Nikola Tesla, and GE's co-founder, Edwin Houston with NBS, identifying the EMW source that enabled the Voice-Music to be transmitted into the atmosphere -- to and from moving vehicles, ships, and flying machines, then back again to a fixed land-line phone#.
••• Photo 04 left, pictures -- Inventor N.B. Stubblefield with his Wireless Telephone®™©.

nbstubblefieldPofM-108w.jpgTroy Cory-Stubblefield, the grandson of Nathan, and the co-author of 'Bank of America, The Tortfeasors, and the 'Smart-Daaf Boys" -- says "It's about Law, History, Fees, and Greed. The late King of Torts, attorney," Melvin Belli was the co-author of the BofA publication.
Troy xplains that our nation is facing a major global do or die crossroad, "is it all about "MAKING" money? BUT NO, say the experts! Only counterfeiters, and new rules of law -- "MAKE" money, says Troy. "We need a new strategy to excite our people in "EARNING" money. The NBS WiTEL innovations, along with the Kingsbury Commitment, moved the country forward throughout the 20th century, pushing Americans to succeed and strive for media commodities they never dreamed of.PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpg
••• After 1980, to fulfill its USPTO "source-identifier" obligations, Globally -- the NBS WirelessTelephone Organization commenced introducing its $-Billion Dollar NBS WiTEL®™© arts, and science future -- into various profitable global markets. • CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT THE 1911 U.S.A - KINGSBURY COMMITMENT.
••• The most exciting hits in China, were NBS WiTEL's smart90's, "FireWire," -- nbs100's, speedollars, Area-Codes, LookRadio.com, VRAtv, and the Brooke Sisters. The Troy Cory Show became the distribution arm, that set up NBS affiliates in Shanghai, Beijing, Munich, and back again to Hollywood, and Murray, Kentucky. The 12,000 student campus of Murray State University, (MSU), has been preserving, and continuously disseminating the NBS "source-identifier" -- for over 80 years.
TroyCoryChinaLogo108w.jpg•"The first major NBS WirelessTelephoneOrg's --
USPTO ServicMark ®™© --
registries came in 1898, 1907, 1912, and through 2010 in the form of ® Patents, ™ and copyrighted "Smart-Daaf Boys" publications, respectfully, --said "MARK" Anderson. He explains that throughout its history America's media innovators and --entrepreneurs have been the drivers of the U.S.A.'s economic success. It appears to me . . . we can only preserve the American Dream by doing what we do best --doing things better, "by making a WRONG . . . RIGHT." Some say . . . it's just good business sense.
• Throughout my media career as a performer,
and as head of the NBS Wireless Telephone.Org, explained Troy, "I have always found that it depends on what role you're playing in front of a live audience -- with the camera rolling." What if America lost most, if not all of the $21-Billion worth of of WiTEL®™© high-tech intellectual property rights to China? Would the deal include the Asian Area Code phone numbers, now under the jurisdiction of America?
"But again, let's not become too generous!" says Houston attorney, Charles Portz, --
-- "We are confident our Trademark will be validated, and if it isn't -- we are prepared to defend our contentions in any forum."
••• In other words explains Portz, -- "should the USPTO wish to once again seize any one of our NBS "Wireless Telephone®™©" intellectual property rights, like the NBS - EMW spectrums were in 1911, by Regulatory Seizure, (the Kingsbury Commitment).
•••.Under U.S. Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution, payment should have been made to NBS, for the RF spectrums seized. "Wallkie Talkies, (without phone numbers) -- were the big telecom hits of both World War One, and Two" -- continued Portz.
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/Imagespeople/NBSWirelessPatentDraw108w.jpgExtending the Wireless Telephone of America's Goods, Products & Services with a Flying Machine! Click for RFpatent drawings
Photo Imgag665. Prove to yourself that it was the 1908 NBS Wireless. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE Nathan02
---- Telephone®™© patented invention, that made it possible to first broadcast and receive voice and music without wires from your Home, Automobile, Ships and from Trains. A Nathan Stubblefield "Wireless Telephone®™©" -- had the ability to extent the broadcast to anyone around the world that was connected to the Bell and AT&T's landline telephony system. Please note the horse carriage and telephone poles in the Patent drawing. At the time, there were no automobiles.
••• • The Memory Twist? • Q. Is This Another AT&T, GE, RCA, or Bell Monopoly Deal?
••• • Answer: CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT THE 1913 U.S.A - KINGSBURY COMMITMENT.
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102- The SmartPhone, Speedollars, and "QR" System - USING TeleKey Speedollars, and Quick Response codes is easy. Is it true that the founding fathers of the U.S.A. promoted freedom of the Press to help sell goods, products and services. "Yes," says Troy Cory, CEO of the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization. The main reasons for FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's success is . . . . "there are more, spectrums, WiTEL phone numbers, $peedollar$, and of course . . . the Internet and Google's New "Wallet "QR" System."
••• With the smartphone camera and app, you simply scan your numbered Wireless Telephone®™© unit to turn on your QR code to unlock the information it offers.
••• The QR code not only reads ISBN codes to charge your Credit Card Speedollar account, but a special new type of square bar codes, commonly known as quick response, or QR, codes, are sprouting up everywhere -- on billboards, in store displays, on packaging and in newspaper and magazine ads.
••• The TeleKey Speedollars Signet Credit Card system was invented in the mid-1960s. The "QR" technology was nvented in Japan in 1994. It's has been just recently, that the QR technology has gained traction among U.S. retailers and other companies as an innovative way to reach consumers. Once scanned with a smartphone or tablet camera, the codes prompt your device to open a Web page, play a video or even place a call.
••• Code maker Scanbuy, which tracks figures for QR code scans, said the number had shot up more than 1,600% in the last year and a half to about 2 million a month.
••• But many ads with QRs have little or no explanation of how to scan them or how the codes work.
••• So what do you do when you see one of these newfangled squares that appear to be a cross between abstract art and Rorschach tests?
••• First, you need to have a smartphone or a tablet equipped with a camera. It also has to have a code-reading app.
••• Newer models of Android and BlackBerry phones come with an app pre-installed. IPhone, iPad and other smartphone and tablet owners can download one of the many apps available free at the Apple App Store, the Android Market, BlackBerry App World or other app stores online. CLICK FOR MORE uses of the WIRELESSTELEPHONE®™© CLICK FOR MORE SmartPhones - Speed$ 102-S90 tviNews
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102- Google's "WALLET" and TeleKey's "Speedollars" /
"The USPTO -- are they for REAL? Take a fast ride 'Online' with Speedollars.com • Fill your 'Wallet' with WiTEL $peed$ ! • ®™© Protection • The Red Flags Rule • ®™© Collection Secrets. • Web Users Guild.com • Wug4.com, and • Yes90.com.
••• Not only has www.Apple.com, and Google.com been trying to ease lawmakers' privacy concerns about ID theft -- with their new NFC -- ("Near-Field-Communications") Credit Card process, but so has the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© Organization.
• Since 1967, NBS WiTEL has been with it.
NBS first commercial Speedollars TeleKey venture was its Signet Credit Card system," says Josie Cory, publisher/editor of NBS-TVI Publishing. "NBS' post-1958 TeleKey number system was combined with Western Union's Telex numbered network, utilizing Siemens' Telex machinery to transfer funds."
"CASHLESS SOCIETY"- "GOOGLE'S WALLET -"SPEED$"
TroyCoryChinaLogo108w.jpg••• As for NBS WiTEL, with its"www.speedollars.com" -- and the "Web Users Guild," (WUG4.com) in tow, the Credit Card Industry is now all about trying to find a balance between the "Big Five" Telecoms; the "freebie" USERs of Apple.com, Google.com, connecting online with WiTEL TeleKey phone numbers assigned by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular to their Users.
• Troy's latest venture into the world of credit cards is --
the
"WUG4 WiTEL®™© Inversion Speedollar Billing Process."
Wug4com108w.jpg••• Troy Cory-Stubblefield, CEO of NBS WiTEL, says, "it's the fine balance of financing deals over the Internet, without breaking Federal Law, (RedFlags rules for ID theft). How long can both Apple, and Google continue to provide all of those wonderful benefits -- without evading the public's right to privacy?
••• Google recently reported that by 2014, it expects purchases made on Wireless Telephone®™© devices, (WiTELphone, Android smartphone, CellphoneS, iPhoneS, Mobil Devices, etc.) -- will be done by Near-Field-Communications (NFC). The radio technology will allow WiTELphones to talk to credit card terminals wirelessly. PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpg
• Remember When We Carried Plastic and Paper?
••• With the new SmartPhones NFC technology, the revenue from WiTELphone ownersip, will help quadruple the use of credit cards speedollar transactions, to nearly $630 billion. Visa and MasterCard process about $6 trillion worth of credit card transactions annually.
• The FTC's - Red Flags Rule
••• Because of the nature of the Web Engine confidentiality, "we believe the shopping experience hasn't yet been transformed by technology," said Mark Anderson of the PSI organization, pacificsunrise.org. With the storing of over a $Billion dollars worth of NBS WiTEL Intellectual Property Rights "Phone Numbers, and Credit Information," -- iContent has become a FCC - FTC Privacy- Red Flags Rule issue.
••• "Therefore," Anderson continues, "our monthly billing process to each member of the "Big6 Telcoms" @ $5.00 per month per each TeleKey phone number assigned to their users -- has been maintained in a very strict confidential manner, controlled by Federal Law.
••• Google's first phone to be offered to the U.S. consumer, is suitably called the "Wallet." The Wallet will be the $200 Nexus S 4G from Sprint. Though only a few SmartPhones are on the market utilizing NFC capabilities, phone makers and observers expect that to change quickly as "WiTEL Speedollar" payments catch on. NFC-enabled phones are rumored to be in development by Apple, HTC and Motorola. A number of Nokia handsets have had the capability for some time.
• The incredible transforming speed used by --
"NBS WiTEL to change "itself" from its 1907 form into a "$Billion WiTEL TeleKey Phone# Industry" -- underscores why regulation in Washington has become such a NBS WiTEL paradise-lost.
••• The tactics we use in our NBS TeleKey licensing agreements, involves over 3 million users of the "Wireless Telephones," (iPhones, Cell Phones, etc.) -- now in U.S.A. circulation - and over 1.5 Billion, globally.
••• At some point we're going to say, "Remember the days when only paper and plastic was in our pocket?" For now, though, NFC-enabled SmartPhones Speedollars will largely be aimed at credit- and debit-type transactions that many people are accustomed to making at supermarkets and drug stores.
••• By next year, more than half of new SmartPhones assigned a SmartTeleKey number should have NFC chips built in. Big WiTELphone makers, including Nokia Corp., Research in Motion Ltd. and reportedly Apple Inc., are preparing to roll out new handsets that will allow consumers to pay for groceries, subway passes and restaurant meals by simply waiving their SmartPhone TeleKey number over a digital sensor.
"That's Why Wireless Telephones®™© Are So Handy."
••• Google reported that its Wallet system would work at more than 120,000 MasterCard "PayPass" locations around the U.S. The system, developed with payment processor First Data Corp. and payment-terminal maker VeriFone Systems Inc., will initially be rolled out at stores including Subway, Macy's, Walgreens, American Eagle and Toys R Us.
••• Troy reveals the hard logics under which Wireless Telephone®™© USERs are often seen as animated TOOLS. Now, as you can see, They are Wallets, with a Credit Card ready to spend "Speedollars."
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102- The SmartPhone, Speedollars, and "QR" System - USING TeleKey Speedollars, and Quick Response codes is easy. Is it true that the founding fathers of the U.S.A. promoted freedom of the Press to help sell goods, products and services. "Yes," says Troy Cory, CEO of the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization. The main reasons for FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's success is . . . . "there are more, spectrums, WiTEL phone numbers, $peedollar$, and of course . . . the Internet and Google's New "Wallet "QR" System."
••• With the smartphone camera and app, you simply scan your numbered Wireless Telephone®™© unit to turn on your QR code to unlock the information it offers.
••• The QR code not only reads ISBN codes to charge your Credit Card Speedollar account, but a special new type of square bar codes, commonly known as quick response, or QR, codes, are sprouting up everywhere -- on billboards, in store displays, on packaging and in newspaper and magazine ads.
••• The TeleKey Speedollars Signet Credit Card system was invented in the mid-1960s. The "QR" technology was nvented in Japan in 1994. It's has been just recently, that the QR technology has gained traction among U.S. retailers and other companies as an innovative way to reach consumers. Once scanned with a smartphone or tablet camera, the codes prompt your device to open a Web page, play a video or even place a call.
••• Code maker Scanbuy, which tracks figures for QR code scans, said the number had shot up more than 1,600% in the last year and a half to about 2 million a month.
••• But many ads with QRs have little or no explanation of how to scan them or how the codes work.
••• So what do you do when you see one of these newfangled squares that appear to be a cross between abstract art and Rorschach tests?
••• First, you need to have a smartphone or a tablet equipped with a camera. It also has to have a code-reading app.
••• Newer models of Android and BlackBerry phones come with an app pre-installed. IPhone, iPad and other smartphone and tablet owners can download one of the many apps available free at the Apple App Store, the Android Market, BlackBerry App World or other app stores online. CLICK FOR MORE uses of the WIRELESSTELEPHONE®™© CLICK FOR MORE SmartPhones - Speed$ 102-S90 tviNews
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102- Google's "WALLET" and TeleKey's "Speedollars" /
"The USPTO -- are they for REAL? Take a fast ride 'Online' with Speedollars.com • Fill your 'Wallet' with WiTEL $peed$ ! • ®™© Protection • The Red Flags Rule • ®™© Collection Secrets. • Web Users Guild.com • Wug4.com, and • Yes90.com.
••• Not only has www.Apple.com, and Google.com been trying to ease lawmakers' privacy concerns about ID theft -- with their new NFC -- ("Near-Field-Communications") Credit Card process, but so has the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© Organization.
• Since 1967, NBS WiTEL has been with it.
NBS first commercial Speedollars TeleKey venture was its Signet Credit Card system," says Josie Cory, publisher/editor of NBS-TVI Publishing. "NBS' post-1958 TeleKey number system was combined with Western Union's Telex numbered network, utilizing Siemens' Telex machinery to transfer funds."
"CASHLESS SOCIETY"- "GOOGLE'S WALLET -"SPEED$"
TroyCoryChinaLogo108w.jpg••• As for NBS WiTEL, with its"www.speedollars.com" -- and the "Web Users Guild," (WUG4.com) in tow, the Credit Card Industry is now all about trying to find a balance between the "Big Five" Telecoms; the "freebie" USERs of Apple.com, Google.com, connecting online with WiTEL TeleKey phone numbers assigned by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular to their Users.
• Troy's latest venture into the world of credit cards is --
the
"WUG4 WiTEL®™© Inversion Speedollar Billing Process."
Wug4com108w.jpg••• Troy Cory-Stubblefield, CEO of NBS WiTEL, says, "it's the fine balance of financing deals over the Internet, without breaking Federal Law, (RedFlags rules for ID theft). How long can both Apple, and Google continue to provide all of those wonderful benefits -- without evading the public's right to privacy?
••• Google recently reported that by 2014, it expects purchases made on Wireless Telephone®™© devices, (WiTELphone, Android smartphone, CellphoneS, iPhoneS, Mobil Devices, etc.) -- will be done by Near-Field-Communications (NFC). The radio technology will allow WiTELphones to talk to credit card terminals wirelessly. PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpg
• Remember When We Carried Plastic and Paper?
••• With the new SmartPhones NFC technology, the revenue from WiTELphone ownersip, will help quadruple the use of credit cards speedollar transactions, to nearly $630 billion. Visa and MasterCard process about $6 trillion worth of credit card transactions annually.
• The FTC's - Red Flags Rule
••• Because of the nature of the Web Engine confidentiality, "we believe the shopping experience hasn't yet been transformed by technology," said Mark Anderson of the PSI organization, pacificsunrise.org. With the storing of over a $Billion dollars worth of NBS WiTEL Intellectual Property Rights "Phone Numbers, and Credit Information," -- iContent has become a FCC - FTC Privacy- Red Flags Rule issue.
••• "Therefore," Anderson continues, "our monthly billing process to each member of the "Big6 Telcoms" @ $5.00 per month per each TeleKey phone number assigned to their users -- has been maintained in a very strict confidential manner, controlled by Federal Law.
••• Google's first phone to be offered to the U.S. consumer, is suitably called the "Wallet." The Wallet will be the $200 Nexus S 4G from Sprint. Though only a few SmartPhones are on the market utilizing NFC capabilities, phone makers and observers expect that to change quickly as "WiTEL Speedollar" payments catch on. NFC-enabled phones are rumored to be in development by Apple, HTC and Motorola. A number of Nokia handsets have had the capability for some time.
• The incredible transforming speed used by --
"NBS WiTEL to change "itself" from its 1907 form into a "$Billion WiTEL TeleKey Phone# Industry" -- underscores why regulation in Washington has become such a NBS WiTEL paradise-lost.
••• The tactics we use in our NBS TeleKey licensing agreements, involves over 3 million users of the "Wireless Telephones," (iPhones, Cell Phones, etc.) -- now in U.S.A. circulation - and over 1.5 Billion, globally.
••• At some point we're going to say, "Remember the days when only paper and plastic was in our pocket?" For now, though, NFC-enabled SmartPhones Speedollars will largely be aimed at credit- and debit-type transactions that many people are accustomed to making at supermarkets and drug stores.
••• By next year, more than half of new SmartPhones assigned a SmartTeleKey number should have NFC chips built in. Big WiTELphone makers, including Nokia Corp., Research in Motion Ltd. and reportedly Apple Inc., are preparing to roll out new handsets that will allow consumers to pay for groceries, subway passes and restaurant meals by simply waiving their SmartPhone TeleKey number over a digital sensor.
"That's Why Wireless Telephones®™© Are So Handy."
••• Google reported that its Wallet system would work at more than 120,000 MasterCard "PayPass" locations around the U.S. The system, developed with payment processor First Data Corp. and payment-terminal maker VeriFone Systems Inc., will initially be rolled out at stores including Subway, Macy's, Walgreens, American Eagle and Toys R Us.
••• Troy reveals the hard logics under which Wireless Telephone®™© USERs are often seen as animated TOOLS. Now, as you can see, They are Wallets, with a Credit Card ready to spend "Speedollars."
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102WIRELESS TELEPHONE Industrial School of Arts & Sciences - 1902
Excerpts from: Smart Daaf Boys, Stubblefield's 1993 "All-in-One Radio/Television & Desk Top Almanac Encyclopedia-PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpgDictionary. (456 Pages ) • ISBN No. 10883644-04-6Library of Congress Catalog Number 93-060451Volume IV, A Source Book for Comminications Executives & Researchers
Copyright 1993: By Telvision International Publishing (TVI Publishing)

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: - In January 1902, Stubblefield agreed to participate in the commercial exploitation of his device by Fennell's Philadelphia Group that purportedly included Westinghouse. Incorporation papers for the Wireless Telephone Company of America were filed in Prescott, Arizona, on May 22, 1902. Stubblefield was a director, but held no office. The Washington and Philadelphia demonstrations maintained the momentum needed to sell stock in the new company. A four page prospectus, extolling the investment opportunity in Wireless Telephone Company of America compared the Stubblefield device with Marconi's wireless telegraphy system by stating that both systems utilized "... for transmission what are termed Hertzian electrical wave currents ..." The technical details were not disclosed since the prospectus was designed to sell stock, and perhaps deliberately avoided specific evidence on the points of comparison or contrast. The use of steel rods thrust into the ground, the large circular coils and the copper antenna wires attached to the masts on the steamer Bartholdi and on rooftops indicate that Stubblefield's 1892, 1893 and 1902 systems were based upon Stubblefield's earth grounded induction-antenna principle, in which we now call, AM radio. Stubblefield insisted that a more "powerful" apparatus would "transmit" unlimited distances. The U.S. Navies ELF project in Clam Flats, Wisconsin is based on Stubblefield's basic induction-antenna device.
Wireless Telephone: 1898: Patent For Electrolyte Battery and Detector for Radio Signal (wireless telephone) Issued 600,457. {19/Gx}
wireless - (1) A British term for radio.
(2) Used in the United States, in the sense of (#1) above, when the word "radio" might be misinterpreted (as an example -- a "wireless record player"). {73/RS}
Section 19.
Wireless Telephony
- The early radiotelephones were powered by wet-cell, non-rechargeable batteries. The telephone at first also used electricity. Today's radio and television stations receive their current from power lines fed by huge dynamos, some powered by atomic fission. The increasing sophistication of power sources, (solar, cell) parallels the continued movement toward greater sophistication in electrical communication methods. {01/Gi}
Wireless Telephony and Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield's "Wireless Telephony" - ("Radio"): In addition to the following listings under "Wireless Telephony," as well as those listed above under "Wireless Signals," also see the section in this book, under: "Stubblefield, Nathan B" with the various terms, definitions, patents issued, demonstrations, historical facts, etc., on Nathan B. Stubblefield (The "Inventor" Of The "Wireless Telephony" -- The "Radio").
••• • Please See Section 15. Stubblefield and "Wireless Telephony" ("Radio").
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Broadcast&endash;Industry Trade Resource/Reference Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Hard&endash;Cover Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Magazines" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield. {03/Di}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY and TELEGRAPH
••• (1) RADIO FREQUENCY (ra-di--o-fre-quen-cy), n. (a). the frequency of the transmitting waves of a given radio message or broadcast. (b). a frequency within the range of radio transmission, i.e. from about 15,000 MC to 10 MC (MegaCycles) per second. [Note: A MegaCycle means, "one million cycles" -- so 15,000 MC is equal to 15,000 x 1,000,000, which is 15,000,000,000 cycles per second (15 billion cycles per second); and 10 MC is equal to 10 x 1,000,000, which is 10,000,000 cycles per second (10 million cycles per second).]
••• (2) RADIO (ra-di-o), n. (a). wireless telegraphy: sparks or dot&endash;dashes broadcasted by radio. (b). telephony: speeches or music broadcasted by radio. (c). an apparatus for receiving radio broadcasts. (d). a message transmitted by radio.
••• (3) BROADCAST (broad-cast), v. To send (messages, speeches, music, sounds) by radio. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1860: Murray, Kentucky: Nathan B. Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor Of Radio" (Wireless Telephony) was born in Murray, Kentucky in 1860. Stubblefield died in Murray in 1928, where he is buried. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: First World's Private Wireless (Voice) Transmission-
Demonstration.
In 1885, Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor of Wireless Telephony" held his First Demonstration, [which was the World's First Private Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land]. Stubblefield, from Murray, Kentucky: Patented his invention in 1898 and also in 1908. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: Stubblefield demonstration to his friend, Duncan Holt, the transmission of voice without wires. Holt stated, "One Sunday that year [1885] Stubblefield invited Holt and his wife out to his home, where the west boundary of Murray State College now is. That afternoon he said to Holt, "Duncan, I've done it. I've been able to talk without wires -- all of 200 yards -- and it'll work everywhere!" Stubblefield had a little "experimental station" he called it, 200 yards away from the house, and he said he could talk from there and it could be heard at the house, or vise&endash;versa -- and without wires! At that time, Holt said, "the Scientific American had never mentioned the possi bility in suggestion or otherwise that speech or intelligent communication could be transmitted with out wires. Stubblefield was the first to entertain the idea. "{19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1892: First World's Public Radio Demonstration - In 1892, the World's First Public Radio Demonstration -- [World's First Public Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land] was held in Murray, Kentucky.
••• In the winter of 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield made a tremendous ad vance in his "wireless telephone" demonstrations, which would make wireless practi cal over distances far greater than those from his experimental home to the garden, dis tances which would first encompass the earth and then reach far out into the universe and to uni verses beyond. It was Stubblefield's great invention of the "wireless telephone" that helped him discover the basic principals and laws of Amplitude Modulation, (AM Radio).
••• To advance his low&endash;frequency induction system to a space system, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the carbon mouth piece of a telephone: (to send a spark wave; Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was copper wire wrapped around a cylinder, or in some cases made into a loop, that was attached to the top of a pole (later he used longer aerials strung along the top of his family home). He con nected the other side of the carbon coil located inside of the mouthpiece to his electrolyte water batteries and crystal, stacked and positioned inside his secret "black box." Ground wires from the "black box," then lead to the metal stakes driven into the earth. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY: 1892: Nathan B. Stubblefield - In January, 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield demonstrated this "WIRELESS TELEPHONY" system in Murray, Kentucky before several hundred on lookers. A total of $758.00 was borrowed from friends and relative to perform this demonstration. During the same year, Stubblefield, again privately, demonstrated to Rainey T. Wells the ability of his apparatus to send and receive the human voice by wireless. After he had set up his props, the inventor talked into one box in rather low tones, and his words "Can you hear me?" Came out the other box "quite distinctly and clearly" as attested to by witnesses.
••• Dr. W. H. Mason, a Murray sur geon who claimed to be a per sonal friend and family physician for Nathan B. Stubblefield, declared that in the same year he wit nessed a private demonstration of the wireless tele phone. Dr. Mason recalled that on one occa sion, Nathan B. Stubblefield handed him a device "housed in what appeared to be a keg with a handle on it." The doctor then followed instructions to walk down the lane carrying the keg. He testified that from it he could hear distinctly "Nathan's voice and a French harp (harmonica)" which Nathan was sending. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1895: Dit Dahs "dots & dashes"- Guglielmo Marconi - In the spring of 1895, what Nathan B. Stubblefield did with wireless voice transmission in 1885, Guglielmo Marconi did with dots and dashes. He discovered that he could send signals over distances far greater than those from his villa to the garden -- dis tances which would travel more than a mile It was Marconi's great basic in vention of signal induction -- if, indeed, it was his. Like Stubblefield, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the spark gap. (Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was a metal cylinder atop a pole. He con nected the other side of the spark gap to a ground -- at first, a copper plate ly ing in the ground. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1998: electrolyte water battery "Stubblefield, Nathan B" - 1898
The patent on the Stubblefield electrolyte water battery, number 600,457, was the device that provided the energy to produce the continual subcarrier hum during Stubblefield's voice transmission when it was connected to his "black box" that contained the electrolytic crystals that acted as detectors and modulators. The portable receiver contained the necessary detector to receive the voice broadcast. Stubblefield advertised that by slightly modifying the telephone coil, one could transmit through the ground for many miles -- the battery acting as a relay. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1898: ground cell (Stubblefield, Nathan B.) - 1898: Stubblefield's Electrolyte Water Battery. The patent on the Stubblefield bat tery, number 600,457, declares in the specification forming part of the letters of patent that the electrical battery has for its object: to provide a novel and practical battery for generating electrical currents of suf ficient forms for practical uses, and also pro viding means for generating not only a constant pri mary current but also an induced momentary sec ondary current.
••• This electrical battery is the "ground cell" or "earth cell" frequently referred to by Stubblefield in many of his writings and interviews. Stubblefield so named the de vice because when he first began his experimentation with it, he would place the device that he had constructed in the moist earth of his farm. Then, when electrical cur rents began to flow from the device, he assumed that the engine he had constructed was tapping the "natural elec tricity" of the earth. Note, for example, how he describes the action of his electrical battery: This cell de rived sufficient electrical energy from the ground in the vicinity of the spot where it was buried to run a small motor continuously for two months and six days without any attention whatever. Indeed, the electrical cur rent was powerful enough to run a clock and several small pieces of machinery and to ring a large gong. By adding a modified carbon microphone to the batteries, it creation wireless voice transmission. {19/Gx} • CLICK FOR MORE USPTO 102 S90 STORY / • CLICK FOR MORE 1902 STORY
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The First World's Ship to Shore Radio Wireless (Voice) Broadcast - January, 1902: In 1902, the "Worlds First Ship to Shore Radio Wireless (Voice) Broadcast" took place. On March 20, 1902, Stubblefield set up a demonstration on the Potomac River in Washington, D.C.
•••  Among the Stubblefield papers is a record on the printed receipt of John Cumberland and Sons, Boat Builders, for the hire of the steamer Bartholdi, for a four hour test, costing $25. On this re ceipt Nathan Stubblefield has written: "First Marine Wireless Telephone Demonstration in the world before the public by Nathan B. Stubblefield, March 20, 1902."
••• One set of telephone equipment was carried on board the steamer, and a sister unit kept on the shore. The Bartholdi was lo cated midstream just below Georgetown University. In a picture made of the steamer showing persons aboard, the university buildings are plainly seen in the background. The wires from the telephone were dropped into the water at the stern of the boat. The sounds of a harmonica played on shore were distinctly heard on the three receivers at tached to the apparatus on the steamer, and singing, the sound of the human voice counting numerals, and ordi nary conversation were audible. {19/Gx}
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Wireless Telephony: 1902: Belmont Mansion. Philadelphia Demonstration. On May 30, 1902, just a little over two months af ter this Washington demonstration, Stubblefield gave demonstrations of his wireless telephone in Philadelphia at the Belmont mansion. Again the witnesses were newspapermen and "a few invited guests, that included Tesla, Westinghouse and Collins."
••• The paper re ported that all who placed the receiver to their ears went away con vinced of the efficacy of the wireless phone. A pic ture in the Stubblefield papers shows the Decoration Day gathering assembled one mile distant from the instal lation in the second story of the Belmont man sion. The ground wire attached to the receiver is shown in the fore ground of the picture. (Bartholdi) Several of the celebrities present are named. Professor Edwin J. Houston, author of many technical works, of Franklin Institute attended the Philadelphia demonstrations. His picture was taken at this park demonstration. {19/Gx} CLICK FOR MORE 102-S90 STORY / CLICK FOR MORE 1902 STORY

Wireless Telephony: 1902: Courthouse Square, Radio Demonstration (Nathan B. Stubblefield) - 1902: January 1. On this day, Stubblefield again demonstrated his radio as he did in 1892, but this time, with 5 listening stations and before a crowd of about a thousand persons in the courthouse square at Murray. Newspaper reported that he established five "listening" stations in various parts of town, the furthest [sic] six blocks distant from the transmitter. Then Mr. Stubblefield's son took his place at the transmitter and talked in a tone of voice such as is ordinarily used in telephoning. Bernard whispered, whistled, and played a large harmonica. Simultaneously everyone on the re ceivers heard him with remarkable distinctness. And at that moment, Stubblefield became a prophet with honor in his own country. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1906: continuous radio wave - 1906: Reginald Fessenden. Immediately after Stubblefield's 1902 demonstrations in Washington, Reginald Fessenden hit upon the idea that a voice carried on a low-frequency wave could be modulated to be carried upon a high frequency continuous radio wave. On Christmas Eve 1906, startled wireless operators heard Fessenden's voice as far away as the East Indies, using his noisy 100,000 volt alternating generator to carry voice. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1906: Voice added to Continuous Radio wave: Fessenden - Sometime between 1901 and 1906, Reginald Fessenden hit upon the idea that a voice could be modulated to be carried upon a continuous radio wave. On Christmas Eve 1906, startled wireless operators heard Fessenden's voice as far away as the East Indies, using his noisy alternating generator to carry voice. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephone: 1907: Nathan B. Stubblefield files appliction for the U.S. "Wireless Telephone" patent, in Washington, DC.
2010/ImagesStub/StubDrawPatentAuto.jpgWireless Telephone: 1908: Radio Patent #887,357 - 1908: Stubblefield's radio, "Wireless Telephony, received a patent, number 887,357. His patent describes his radio system as devices that would transmit and receive broadcast in any moving vehicle, either from ship to shore, horseless carriages, and locomotive. Today of course, any moving vehicle would include, airplanes, rockets, cellular telephones, automobiles and even satellites. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1911: De Forest, Lee "radio transmission, voiceless" - Lee De Forest's invention of the vacuum tube provided the basis for modern radio transmission in 1911. The original De Forest "triode tube" or audion did not transmit voice. {19/Gx}
The Kingsbury Commitment 1913 / The Kingsbury Commitment of 1913 formalized AT&T's monopoly. The Bell System and Independent telephone companies reduced competition out of concern for government intervention. The government had been increasingly worried that AT&T and the other Bell Companies were monopolizing the industry.
••• Under Theodore N. Vail from 1907 AT&T had bought Bell-associated companies and organized them into new hierarchies. AT&T had also acquired many of the independents, and bought control of Western Union, giving it a monopolistic position in both telephone and telegraph communication. A key strategy was to refuse to connect its long distance network -- technologically, by far the finest and most extensive in the land -- with local independent carriers. Without the prospect of long distance services, the market position of many independents became untenable. Vail stated that there should be "one policy, one system [AT&T's] and universal service, no collection of separate companies could give the public the service that [the] Bell... system could give."
••• AT&T's strategies prompted complaints and attracted the attention of the Justice Department. Faced with a government investigation for antitrust violations, AT&T entered into negotiations. CLICK FOR MORE BYLINES.
Wireless Telephony: 1913: amplifier - 1913: Lee De Forest perfected his Audion as an amplifier, and in 1913 sold rights to it as a tele phonic relay to a lawyer named Meyers for $50,000. Meyers turned out to be a front for none other than the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. AT&T had been prepared to pay half a million if it had to. It wasn't until the end of 1913 that De Forest discov ered that the Audion could be used for voice transmis sion. Now the Audion bulb -- the vacuum tube -- was a detector, an am plifier, and a means of transmission. But the outbreak of World War I caused all further re search to be hidden by military se crecy. {19/Gx}
Wireless: 1913: Alexandersen Radio Receiver - 1913.
Radio receiver (tuner), Alexandersen.{19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1918: Alexanderson's alternator: Congress Bill Legislation - In 1918, two bills were introduced in Congress that were indirectly designed to bring wireless under control and to retain American control over Alexanderson's alternator.
••• Please See Congress Bills on Wireless Telephony. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1918: The name Radio is first used"RCA" (Radio Corporation of America) - In 1918, soon after the war, AT&T, Westinghouse, and General Electric pooled their patent rights and formed RCA (Radio Corporation of America): which then bought out the American Marconi Company. Broadcasting started from Westinghouse's experimental station, KDKA, in Pittsburgh. {19/Gx}
Wireless: 1918: Alexanderson Alternator: Congress Bill Legislation on Wireless Telephony - In 1918, two bills were introduced in Congress that were indirectly designed to bring wireless under control and to retain American control over Alexanderson's alternator.
••• Please See Congress Bills on Wireless Telephony. {19/Gx}
Wireless: 1920: broadcast transmitter: Fessenden/Poulson -1903: HF (sound) broadcast transmitter, Fessenden/Poulson.Patent Expires June 1920. {19/Gx
Wireless: 1929: Armstrong - FM broadcast transmission path - 1929: Armstrong, FM broadcast transmission path. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1928: Patentholder of the "Wireless Telephone," Nathan B. Stubblefield, of Murray Kentucky, dies.
Wireless Telephony: 1930-42: World War II: Radio/Television broadcasts - During this period, television experimentation continued, and by 1930, a handful of experimental stations were on the air. Both the BBC and RCA began broadcasting on a regular schedule in 1936, but World War II interrupted progress. Radio was the undisputed entertainment king until after the war, when television came into its own, broadcasting a mix of live drama, variety, and news programing. {19/Gx}
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The Kingsbury Commitment of 1913 formalized AT&T's monopoly. The Bell System and Independent telephone companies reduced competition out of concern for government intervention. The government had been increasingly worried that AT&T and the other Bell Companies were monopolizing the industry.
••• Under Theodore N. Vail from 1907 AT&T had bought Bell-associated companies and organized them into new hierarchies. AT&T had also acquired many of the independents, and bought control of Western Union, giving it a monopolistic position in both telephone and telegraph communication. A key strategy was to refuse to connect its long distance network -- technologically, by far the finest and most extensive in the land -- with local independent carriers. Without the prospect of long distance services, the market position of many independents became untenable. Vail stated that there should be "one policy, one system [AT&T's] and universal service, no collection of separate companies could give the public the service that [the] Bell... system could give."
••• AT&T's strategies prompted complaints and attracted the attention of the Justice Department. Faced with a government investigation for antitrust violations, AT&T entered into negotiations.
••• In the Kingsbury Commitment, actually a letter from AT&T Vice President Nathan Kingsbury of December 19, AT&T agreed with the Attorney General to divest itself of Western Union, to provide long distance services to independent exchanges under certain conditions and to refrain from acquisitions if the Interstate Commerce Commission objected.
••• The Commitment did not settle all the differences between independents and Bell companies and averted the federal takeover many had expected. However the Commitment played into AT&T's hands - the company was allowed to buy market-share, as long as it sold an equal number of phones. Critically, while with the Kingsbury Commitment, AT&T agreed to connect its long distance service to independent local carriers, it did not agree to interconnect its local services with other local providers. Nor did AT&T agree to any interconnection with independent long distance carriers.
••• Consequently, AT&T was able to consolidate its control over both the most profitable urban markets and long distance traffic. Between 1921 and 1934, the ICC approved 271 of the 274 purchase requests of AT&T.
••• WikiPedia notes, that the entire network was nationalized during World War I from June 1918 to July 1919. Following re-privatization, AT&T resumed its near-monopoly position. In 1934, the government acted to set AT&T up as a regulated monopoly under the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission. This was maintained until AT&T's divestiture in 1984. CLICK FOR MORE 102-S90 STORY
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••• On Monday, November 16, 1992, American Telephone & Telegraph Co. announced alliances in the U.S. and Japan, leapfrogging computer makers in the race to deliver wireless data services and equipment to millions of customers. According to analysts and individuals familiar with AT&Ts plans; the moves -- including an agreement by three of Japan's leading consumer electronics manufactures, to back its technology -- should hasten development of the market. These three Japanese titans include, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., NEC Corp., and Toshiba Corp. The new communicators will help create an industry that is expected to outpace the fast&endash;growing cellular phone market and even rival the personal computer business some day.
••• The tiny communicators will use a pen instead of a keyboard and allow consumers to scribble and send each other messages, fetch files, check a Rolodex and even make a telephone call, if their unit includes a phone.
••• AT&T has bet billions on this wireless future, including tens of millions of dollars developing an electronic chip, called Hobbit, that will work with the new equipment. It has also provided millions of dollars in seed money for several companies that are supplying the new market. And to help capture traffic from such machines, AT&T recently announced a $3.73 billion investment in McCaw Cellular Communications Inc., a national provider of phone service.
••• AT&T is trying to control wireless from soup to nuts - as they have hooked up with the largest U.S. cellular carrier, McCaw, and they even want to control the brains in these communications sets. {03/Di} CLICK FOR MORE 102-S90 STORY / CLICK FOR MORE 1902 STORY
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  102 - Verizon To Sell iPhones Next Month - February 10th
• The New Verizon iPhone will not only serve -- the Verizon users with WiTEL™® service, but it will be able to utilized the iPhone as a Wireless Telephone™® antenna-- "WiFi hot spot station." The WiTEL®™© devices will be able to connect to five other users to the hot spot.
••• The device, which will go on sale Feb.10. Existing Verizon customers will get to order the phone starting a week earlier, on Feb. 3."Notably", reports the LA Times . . . the 16-gigabyte version of the phone will cost $199, while the 32-gigabyte version will cost $299. Both prices require two-year contracts, though McAdam did not disclose the details of monthly pricing plans.
••• The Verizon iPhone will be essentially the same as the AT&T phone except for two key differences: Verizon will be opening a major new front on the mobile market for Apple Inc., the maker of the popular smart phone.
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"102 Remberance Day HiTech: iPad - "One of FOUR of the Best Comeback Stories of 2010!"
102 - Internet Rememberance Day: June - The World-Wide WiTEL®™© - Remembrance Month Continues /
•• • One of the best comeback stories of the year will make the Radio-TV industry look better than ever.

•• • Look . . . there's no question about it! Since1902 - today's Wireless Telephones®™© has grown into a $Billion dollar business that includes both "Radio and Television," in its original WiTEL®™© EMW element form.
•• • Imagine! Three elements for the price of one that includes the all most important element - "the WiTEL®™© ID phone number," says Mark Anderson of PSI. "The Wireless Telephones®™© now called 3Gs, iPhones, Cellphones, Mobile phones, or just the one word, "WiTEL®™©" -- is creating a world-wide renaissance for those in the Wireless Telephones®™© industry."
• As for the 106Google, and its China Wireless Telephone®™© problem -- will it eventually wear off? OK• CLICK FOR MORE 102- wSTORY.
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OK <102s-WitEL-NBS-Virgin.jpg AT&T / Microsoft Infringment Updates:Getting Rid of the word "Telegraph" in AT&T isn't Easy.
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You probably don't need a long synopsis of the movie treatment for the NBS Wireless Telephone's epic, "Smart Daaf Boys," even if you haven't read, and seen the 1902 text and drawings of the original U.S. granted registered service marks in 1907 and 1908 respectfully. CLICK FOR nbsWITEL®™©.
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  • COMING - 102-AcroynymsPotus.rtf -- What's in the name AFTRA, SAG, SMART90 or POTUS? Everything according to the Pacific Sunrise International organization, which now wants to be known only as pacificsunrise.org. The rationale for the ".org word" -- The Internet access.
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/Julius-Genachowski46w.jpg TheAnalogToDigitalCommitment • 102 Internet "The Analog To Digital SetTop Box" of June 2009 (See Also -106 FCC Click For People Section • Julius GenachowskiThe Restart Button Was the Effect of Analog To Digital Set Top Box" Commitment of 2009. CLICK FOR MORE STORY-106
••• INJune, 2009, the Web world restarted itself with digital immortality and the full circle of NBS WiTEL-1907 was completed. Hitting the "Analog To Digital Set Top Box" dial-tone button restarted the NBS WiTEL-phenomenon of1902, rocking the world of analog Wireless Telephone®™© and on-line digital Smart TV. The restart button validates the1902-1908 NBS WiTEL - Land-line public Telecom demonstrations. • CLICK FOR MORE STORY-106
• Will it Be: Cable TV - Smart TV, Smart90 or NBS WiTEL? /
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/ImagesGov-logos/FTCCovsRT04-05-108w.jpgFROM 106-S90 / #TheGoogleSmart90 -WiTELaffair - • FCC The Google - Smart90 - NBS WiTEL®™© 102 Year Old Affair! / TODAY It's the FTC "RED FLAGS RULE" for ID Theft . . . yesterday it was the106 FCC Broadband Plan 2010-05 . . . what's next, - the FCC "Must Play" Rule is still effective. CLICK FOR THE FTC STUDY: "The Red Flag Rule - Will it Prevent Phone Number ID Theft?"

••• 2010-05 May-17: - The Google TV - Smart90 Affair. receiver - transmission
••• As the Google organization turns 13 years old, on September 15,1997, they can't wait to grow up into a quick, seamlessly global Smart TV server for its users.
••• As for the 102 year old NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization, they too, can't wait to grow up into a WTQCA telephone number clearinghouse for a quick, quirky and a more profitable Smart90 NBS WiTEL®™© Global server -- for the mobile user defined by the FCC.
••• It was on a January day 102 years ago, that Nathan B. Stubblefield pointed his NBS Wireless Telephone®™© antenna towards his son on the top floor of the Belmont Mansion in Philadelphia with a NBS WiTEL®™© in hand -- and hit the dial trans-receiver button, allowing the WiTEL®™© users to talk back and forth to each other.
NBStubblefield-PoM46w.jpg••• The resulting 1902 NBS Wireless Telephone®™© call was not only a great photo-op news worthy masterpiece, but it "kick-started" Radio-TV, and WiTEL®™© broadcasting. CLICK FOR MORE http://smartdaafboys.com/ • CLICK FOR MORE http://smartdaafboys.com/ • Will it Be: Cable TV - Smart TV, Smart90 or NBS WiTEL? /

76EricSchmidt4406Ph46w.jpg102 • Q - Did Google's YouTube Really Infringe on Viacom Copyrights?
••• NO, Says. U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton in New York ON Jun 24, 2010. (See Also 106pa Gov )
As U.S. District Judge Louis L. Stanton in New York explained, Congress recognized that the Internet couldn't function if broadband providers, search engines and hosting services were held liable for every unauthorized copy made on their networks. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 protected those companies from liability as long as they acted quickly to remove any infringing material identified by copyright holders.
••• Viacom argued that YouTube didn't qualify for this protection because infringements were common and central to the company's fortunes. Echoing earlier rulings, however, Judge Stanton held that the law doesn't require YouTube to police its network for bootlegged videos. Instead, it only has to remove the items singled out by copyright holders. That's sensible -- copyright owners are far better positioned to know whether a clip was used legally or not. In fact, many of the clips cited in the original lawsuit weren't infringing. At least 100 had been posted by marketers employed by Viacom.
••• Google Inc.'s YouTube didn't violate Viacom Inc. copyrights when content including clips from its MTV and Comedy Central cable television channels were posted on the video-sharing website, the judge ruled.
••• Judge Stanton in New York said YouTube wasn't liable for infringement. Viacom, controlled by Sumner Redstone, had sought at least $1 billion in damages, according to a revised complaint filed in April 2008.
••• Stanton agreed with YouTube that it was protected by the safe-harbor provision of the federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which says a service provider isn't liable for infringement if it removes material from its site when notified by the copyright owner.
••• "The provider must know of the particular case before he can control it," Stanton said in the ruling. "The provider need not monitor or seek out facts indicating such activity."
••• More than 24 hours worth of video is uploaded to the YouTube site every minute, the judge said. YouTube had a policy of removing infringing content from its site and banning users after three such offenses, according to the ruling.
•• In the past Hollywood Entertainment producers, and their Associations have asked the courts repeatedly for help in coping with online piracy, but the results have been decidedly mixed.
•• Although judges have come down hard on numerous file-sharing networks and search engines that specialize in bootlegs, they've ruled in favor of several websites whose content is generated by users, even if it wasn't authorized by the copyright holders.
•• The latest may be the most significant: Judge Stanton dismissed Viacom allegations that Google's YouTube had built its business by turning a blind eye to widespread copyright infringements.
•• Both companies asked Judge Stanton in March to decide the case in their favor without a trial. Viacom said YouTube benefited financially by allowing users to post and share programs including "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "South Park" on its website without authorization. The ruling, which Viacom plans to appeal, reaffirmed the crucial principle that online companies should be held responsible for what they do, not what others do with their services. (Source: Bloomberg. Harris/Jeffrey).
••• The LA Times reported that some analysts assert that the ruling increases the burden on entertainment companies, but it really just rebuffs another effort to shift copyright holders' responsibilities onto the middlemen who have opened new distribution pathways online.
•• Those efforts are understandable, given how quickly works can spread around the world, and how many sites can become unauthorized sources. But speedy, low-cost distribution is one of the great advantages of the Internet, not a flaw.
•• Many entertainment companies have come to accept that reality, striking deals with YouTube and others to generate revenue from the material that fans post online.
•• Meanwhile, YouTube and its competitors are adding filtering technologies that enable this monetization, as well as giving copyright holders more say over what gets posted. That kind of cooperation in the marketplace is a more effective response to online piracy than years of futile litigation. CLICK FOR MORE - Eric Schmidt
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• 102 NBS WiTel Sells its WiTELstubbyte VATs TAT fee System

WiTelFest-comMapLogo108w.jpg••• The original NBS Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907, manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: NBS WiTEL®™©, is assisting the FTC's new "Red Flags Rule" in cleaning up its financial messes and trying to use its popular past as a springboard into the future.
••• After years of chaos in identifying the Effects, Elements and components of its Wireless Telephone®™© EMW Radio-TV187 goods, products and services, the NBS WiTEL®™© organization tries by rebooting the iPhone, Cellphone, and the Google android back to nbswitel.com, using virginwitel.com as an example.
••• The original NBS Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907, manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: WiTEL®™© -- is assisting the FTC in charging up its new "Red Flags Rule." • The anti-theft, ID prevention "Red Flags Rule" --
law was developed to prevent identify theft of goods, products, services, individual personal names and business entities. DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY consumers are buying stolen items sold by legitimate company. Cleaning up the financial mess caused by the "out and out fraud," used in the TeleCom industry, and trying to use its popular past as a springboard into the WiTEL®™© future, the NBS Family Trust is going all out to advance its ServiceMarks TAT fee environment system they call: WiTEL Global-delgreen Stubbyte VATS System ®™© - 2010.
••• It's also building out a licensing program they call Smart90 TAT fees, that includes not just consumer goods, products, and services, but also vMovies based on its classic VATS media servicer farms, and WiTEL Smart-Phones founded in the mid-90s.
••• "I look at us as basically a start-up, but one with a brand everybody in the world knows and a great library of intellectual property," says Troy Cory - Stubblefield, the CEO of the NBS WiTEL®™© organization. CLICK FOR MORE wireless telephone. org.
• NBS WITEL®™©'s financial resources are certainly --
akin to those of many mobile phone start-ups, and/or land-line Telcos now converting to utilize the effects and elements of the Wireless Telephone®™©.
• As of August, 2010, the various Telecoms were invoiced for over --
$13-Billion dollars in cash, as stated by Mark Anderson, CEO of PSI Collections, a $13-Billion dollars credit line, plus a recurring debt of over $1-Billion dollars per month. Given that NBS WITEL®™© unlicensed ServiceMark users do not have enough money at its disposal to make their Payment in Full -- for the purchase of their WITEL spectrums they purchased from the to the FCC from $1-Billion dollars, in part because -- it is a strategy guided by necessity.
tubblefield the grandson of the Nathan B. Stubblefield. CLICK FOR MORE YouTube WITEL Legacy of 1972.
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••• The NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization, founded in Murray, Kentucky, doesn't manufacture the present-day Wireless Telephone®™© . . . "BUT DOES MAKE the iPhone and CellPhones of today WORK," says Troy Cory-Stubblefield.
••• The original Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907 -
manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: WiTEL®™©, is assisting the FTC's new "Red Flags Rule" in cleaning up its financial messes and trying to use its popular past as a springboard into the future.
••• After years of chaos in identifying the Effects, Elements and components of its Wireless Telephone®™© EMW Radio-TV187 goods, products and services, the NBS WiTEL®™© organization tries by rebooting the iPhone, Cellphone, and the Google android back to nbswitel.com, using virginwitel.com as an example.
••• The original NBS Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907, manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: WiTEL®™© -- is assisting the FTC in charging up its new "Red Flags Rule." The anti-theft, ID prevention "Red Flags Rule" law was developed to prevent identify theft of goods, products, services, individual personal names and business entities.

••• NBS WITEL®™©'s financial resources are certainly akin to those of many mobile phone start-ups, and/or land-line Telcos now converting to utilize the effects and elements of the Wireless Telephone®™©.
••• Through the 3rd Quarter of 2010, various Telecoms were invoiced for over $13-Billion dollars in cash and/or, as Mark Anderson, CEO of PSI Collections, a $13-Billion dollars credit line, plus a recurring debt of over $1-Billion dollars per month. Given that NBS WITEL®™© unlicensed ServiceMark users do not have enough money at its disposal to make their Payment in Full -- for the purchase of their WITEL spectrums they purchased from the to the FCC from $1-Billion dollars, in part because -- it is a strategy guided by necessity. Click FOR MORE STORY
NBS WiTEL®™© - 1907
•••• As chief executive of the NBS WiTEL®™© organization, Troy Cory-Stubblefield closely watches over the way the effects and elements of his NBS WiTEL®™© organization are used and paid for by Telco providers, and users.
•• Underlining each and every Wireless Telephone®™© sold today . . . is a NBS WiTEL®™© service mark utilized by iPhone, and Cellphone provider/users. Charging high-tech batteries by its NBS EMW induction system, or being assigned a WiTEL®™© phone number to connect each WiTEL®™© user together are just a couple of the elements. The NBS Wireless Telephone®™© was invented and developed at Teléph-on-délgreen Industrial School, Murray, Kentucky, commencing in 1892. CLICK FOR MORE - tvinews+102+ •
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2006/Imagespeople/%23AT%26TisAT%26TbackwithNBS108w.jpg102ATT-LargestWiTEL-USA
Again - since 1910, AT&T - is the largest USA WiTEL®™©
•• • • The great new challenge that faced AT&T as it entered the 1910s -- was the challenge to get into the Wireless Telephone®™© world that was created in 1908 by NB Stubblefield. Connecting WiTEL®™© to Bells land-lines, and the conversion of the NBS WiTEL®™© broadcasting effects and elements that would make it become a radio braodcasting network, was a priority.
••• That operation lead to the establishment of regular transatlantic WiTEL®™© telephone service by WiTEL®™© radio.
NOW IT'S AT&T phones & Windows 7
••• Now 100 years later, AT&T Inc., the largest U.S. phone company,will sell Microsoft Corp's Windows Phone 7 WiTEL®™© handset operating system when it makes its U.S. debut later this year, according to two people with knowledge of the arrangement. CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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CarlosSlimHeluPOM108w.jpg••102CarlosSlimWinsMexSpectrums / Ask anyone in the TeleCom industry -- "Who's the most informed CEO in the business," and their answer would be . . . "Carlos Slim Helu," named by FORBES magazines as the wealthiest man in the world. This month Helu is named as TVI's person of the month, and NBS Achievement award winner -- (September 2010).
ASK HIM ANYTHING ABOUT --
THE RECURRING FEES
charged by U.S.A. telephone companies to their customers and users of the global WiTEL®™© network, and he'll know the answer, says Mark Anderson, a board member of the WiTEL Quality Controy Authority.
"THE FOLLOWING ARE HIS FAVORITE Q&A . . ." --
••• 1) - To make sure your name is not published in the phone directory, ask . . . "What's the monthly fee for a customer to unlist his/her name in the phone book directory. ($1.99 per month!) or:
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leP%232/!%20-%20Smart90AUG-Ups-Sun%23Best%2FMas/ImagesNBS100/WTRepurposediphoneAd108w.jpg102Android-iPhones&CreditCards / • 102 The iPhone Repurposed As A CreditCard - Will Android Win Out? • Memory Holes of WITEL®™© - 187, Drivers and Credit Card Users
WiTEL®™© as a Credit card?
• At a time when WiTEL®™© and auto makers are stuffing their wireless phone and dashboard with goods, products, and services that can proficiantly integrate sight sound, and credit card banking with today's smart phone, iPods, iPads, and laptop users are getting into trouble.
••• For shoppers, the fun begins while shopping with a Handi loaded with a line of credit. For motor vehicle drivers, the most severe accidents occur while playing and viewing movies with these gadgets while driving down State street.
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••• iPhone Antenna Problems? Maybe There's A Way Out . . . "if you could sqeeze your iPhone inside a loop antenna."
••• "If you ever wondered why your iPhone had patchy service even though it showed the signal bars at full strength?" It's the way your holding the handi in the palm of your hand.
••• Apple has admitted that its iPhones have been inflating signal strengths and masking poor reception," but says David MacFarlane of NBS WiTEL®™©, " -- all Apple has to do is surround the telephony device and the beholder, (the individual) -- with a proper/ImagesStub/nbsFamLoopAerialUp108w.jpg WiTEL®™© aerial system, and the beholder becomes the antenna." (see Left photo of NBS -- the Wireless Telephone®™© inventor, and his WiTEL®™© loop antenna).
••• Apple revealed the embarrassing flaw, which it said has been a problem since the original iPhone was launched three years ago, as it was addressing an uproar over dropped signals on its new iPhone 4, which came out last week.
••• • iPhone Needs Code: 887-WiTEL-187. • Your Arm & Legs Act as the antenna!
LAW SUIT
After just a week of availability, Apple's iPhone 4 is the subject of a class-action lawsuit.
••• Citing the iPhone 4's antenna problems, which requires users to hold the smart phone in a particular way to avoid connection problems, law office Mason LLP has filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. It claims to be speaking on behalf of "hundreds of thousands" of iPhone 4 owners.
••• The focus of the lawsuit is to highlight what the plaintiffs say is a defective antenna. They are requesting that the court require Apple to offer a case at no charge to iPhone 4 buyers. The suit also asks for monetary damages related to the alleged "diminished value of the phone." CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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102- Google TV project at I/O 2010. The Open Platform will Bring the Internet to the big TV Screen.
••• SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (May 20, 2010) &emdash; Today at the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, leading industry players announced the development of Google TV&emdash;an open platform that adds the power of the web to the television viewing experience, ushering in a new category of devices for the living room. Intel, Sony, and Logitech, together with Best Buy, DISH Network and Adobe, joined Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) on stage to announce their support for Google TV. CLICK FOR MORE - Eric Schmidt
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102 - Internet: June - The World-Wide WiTEL®™© - Remembrance Month Contiues /
•• • One of the best comeback stories of the year will make the Radio-TV industry look better than ever.

NBStubblefield-PoM46w.jpg•• • Look . . . there's no question about it! Since1902 - today's Wireless Telephones®™© has grown into a $Billion dollar business that includes both "Radio and Television," in its original WiTEL®™© EMW element form.
•• • Imagine! Three elements for the price of one that includes the all most important element - "the WiTEL®™© ID phone number," says Mark Anderson of PSI. "The Wireless Telephones®™© now called 3Gs, iPhones, Cellphones, Mobile phones, or just the one word, "WiTEL®™©" -- is creating a world-wide renaissance for those in the Wireless Telephones®™© industry."
• As for the 106Google, and its China Wireless Telephone®™© problem -- will it eventually wear off? CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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102 - Internet Will The King of On-line Smart TV . . . Be Google?
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••• If you attended the LA convention center's Cable Show 2010, it was easy to the embarking of a mission to merge VoIP seamlessly with the effects and elements of the service marks controlled by Wireless Telephone®™© -- to become nothing less than the world's TV.
••• The average mobile WiTEL-1907 viewer sticks around for about 15 minutes a day, while mixed digital landline TV analog to digital boxes ensnares people for five hours daily. So the FCC, along with the the Wireless Telephone®™© organization is finding ways to keep people on mobile WiTEL-1907 website site longer.
••• The U.S. Kingsbury Commitment, of 1913 formalized the AT&T - GE monopoly, that took away the EMW spectrum element needed to operate the NBS Wireless Telephone®™©. The monopoly lasted for over 50 years. CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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Imgagecustomers/WitEL-Virgin-Sprint108w.jpg<102s-WitEL-NBS-Virgin.jpg AT&T / Microsoft Infringment Updates:
Getting Rid of the word "Telegraph" in AT&T isn't Easy.
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You probably don't need a long synopsis of the movie treatment for the NBS Wireless Telephone's epic, "Smart Daaf Boys," even if you haven't read, and seen the 1902 text and drawings of the original U.S. granted registered service marks in 1907 and 1908 respectfully. CLICK FOR nbsWITEL®™©.
•• • As most script writers have noted, the heros of the storyline are the characters with the initials, "AT&T," "NBS" - "TCS" and "JCS, " whom take the cliches of ol' Kentucky to the point you could cut and paste dialogue from "Birth of a Nation" or "Wall Street" into the "Smart Daaf Boys," without appreciably changing the storyline, especially in the case of the monopoly created by the American Telephone & Telegraph Company. CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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102s - Sprint PAYS Virgin Mobile, USA $483-million for WiTEL®™© Deal. A Mark Anderson / tviNews Sprint News Report.
Kansas City, MO / On Tuesday, November 8th, 2009, Sprint Nextel Corp. ascertained that it had completed its $483 million acquisition of Virgin Mobile USA.
Mark Anderson, of Pacific Sunrise, said the Virgin Mobile WiTEL®™© deal will not only transfer those certain NBS Wireless Telephone®™© / virginwitel.com rights to Sprint, but also . . . the 100th anniversary validation of the NBS invention.
"The validation," says Anderson, "will immensely enhance the presence of the Sprint brand in the Wireless Telephone®™© market place for those customers who are assigned phone numbers for cell phone service month-to-month. CLICK FOR MORE VIRGIN STORY. CLICK FOR MORE SPRINT 2008 MERGERS Virgin Mobile shareholders, which include British billionaire Richard Branson's Virgin Group and South Korean carrier SK Telecom, will own about 3 percent of Sprint. • CLICK FOR MORE SPRINT 2008 MERGERS CLICK FOR MORE 102- STORY.
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CLICK Below FOR MORE Smart90.com.
••• Smart90 is the Internet media distributor for the Wireless Telephone®™© organization. Each web-site is part of our continuous daily commercial-academic publications. CLICK FOR MORE NBS100.com TimeLines - FREE!
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102f - Google KnowledgeRush

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102f- Sprint Buys Virgin Mobile - Here's the $483-million Deal
• 102f- 2001 - Wikipedia officially launched itself on January 15th.
• 102f- ASK PRISCILLA - WiTEL®™© RF187 and Wi-MAX.
• 102f- Whats the BS WiTEL®™©" Business Model NBS WiTEL®™©\
• 102f- NBS WiTEL DEMANDS Payment from TelCos
• 102f- WiTEL Organizations Get Free RF- Spectrums.
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102 - The WiTEL®™© SpykingSystem
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But, as well-known brands such as AT&T, and VERIZON
have learned, the strategy carries risks. "Trying to sell retro NBS WITEL®™© - and JAVA ServiceMarks may say to people that you're consumed with your past and not focused on your future," said Troy Cory - Stubblefield. • CLICK FOR MORE YouTube WITEL Legacy.
••• Licensing throws off a small but stable source of revenue that NBS WITEL®™© very much needs, however, and could let the company enjoy some riches from its intellectual property much like Carlos Slim did with Mexico's FTC in August, 2010 for $1.4-Billion, and Disney did when they acquired Steve Jobs digital company a couple of year ago for over a $-Billion.
nbstubblefieldPofM-108w.jpg• In the Universal City offices of the NBS WITEL®™©
Organization, -- it's the perfect home for the company, which carries a name known around the world. The company is trying to rebuild itself after 100 years of chaos, false starts and financial losses.
/imagescdcory/cd2338Harbin1-Best108w.jpg••• Most people remember NBS WITEL®™© for helping to create the Troy Cory Show, LookRadio, and Smart90 in the 1970s with titles such as D-Diaries, as well as the first streaming video that let people see, and play at home with DVD, and VOD.
••• Since the CD, and DVD crash, and crunch, however, NBS WITEL®™© has been through one corporate drama after another, passing through several "stepping of toes" experiences.
••• The NBS WITEL®™© legal team has spent the last couple of years sending out invoices as per the instructions of the FCC, FTC. NBS WITEL®™©'s ample financial is now rolling.
••• "The old "Teléph-on-délgreen" MSU Campus problem was like an old onion that smells really bad and every time you peel away one problem, you find another," said Troy. Troy Stubblefield the grandson of the Nathan B. Stubblefield. CLICK FOR MORE YouTube WITEL Legacy of 1972. • CLICK FOR MORE "Teléph-on-délgreen" Campus - / CLICK FOR MORE - tvinews+102+ •
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••• The NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization, founded in Murray, Kentucky, doesn't manufacture the present-day Wireless Telephone®™© . . . "BUT DOES MAKE the iPhone and CellPhones of today WORK," says Troy Cory-Stubblefield.
••• The original Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907 -
manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: WiTEL®™©, is assisting the FTC's new "Red Flags Rule" in cleaning up its financial messes and trying to use its popular past as a springboard into the future.
••• After years of chaos in identifying the Effects, Elements and components of its Wireless Telephone®™© EMW Radio-TV187 goods, products and services, the NBS WiTEL®™© organization tries by rebooting the iPhone, Cellphone, and the Google android back to nbswitel.com, using virginwitel.com as an example.
••• The original NBS Wireless Telephone®™©, 1907, manufacturing company, 1902, now logo'd as: WiTEL®™© -- is assisting the FTC in charging up its new "Red Flags Rule." The anti-theft, ID prevention "Red Flags Rule" law was developed to prevent identify theft of goods, products, services, individual personal names and business entities.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY
consumers are buying stolen items sold by legitimate company. Cleaning up the financial mess caused by the "out and out fraud," used in the TeleCom industry, and trying to use its popular past as a springboard into the WiTEL®™© future, the NBS Family Trust is going all out to advance its ServiceMarks TAT fee environment system they call: WiTEL Globaldelgreen Stubbyte VATS System ®™© - 2010.
••• It's also building out a licensing program for ServiceMark ®™© anti-theft prevention they call Yes90SpyKing.com. The Smart90 TAT fees, that includes not just protection for consumer goods, products, and services, but also vMovies based on its classic VATS media servicer farms, and WiTEL Smart-Phones founded in the mid-90s.
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••• "I look at us as basically a start-up, but one with a brand everybody in the world knows and a great library of intellectual property," says Troy Cory - Stubblefield, the CEO of the NBS WiTEL®™© organization. CLICK FOR MORE wireless telephone. org, or witel.org.
••• NBS WITEL®™©'s financial resources are certainly akin to those of many mobile phone start-ups, and/or land-line Telcos now converting to utilize the effects and elements of the Wireless Telephone®™©.
••• Through the 3rd Quarter of 2010, various Telecoms were invoiced for over $13-Billion dollars in cash and/or, as Mark Anderson, CEO of PSI Collections, a $13-Billion dollars credit line, plus a recurring debt of over $1-Billion dollars per month. Given that NBS WITEL®™© unlicensed ServiceMark users do not have enough money at its disposal to make their Payment in Full -- for the purchase of their WITEL spectrums they purchased from the to the FCC from $1-Billion dollars, in part because -- it is a strategy guided by necessity. Click FOR MORE STORY
NBS WiTEL®™© - 1907
•••• As chief executive of the NBS WiTEL®™© organization, Troy Cory-Stubblefield closely watches over the way the effects and elements of his NBS WiTEL®™© organization are used and paid for by Telco providers, and users.
•• Underlining each and every Wireless Telephone®™© sold today . . . is a NBS WiTEL®™© service mark utilized by iPhone, and Cellphone provider/users. Charging high-tech batteries by its NBS EMW induction system, or being assigned a WiTEL®™© phone number to connect each WiTEL®™© user together are just a couple of the elements. The NBS Wireless Telephone®™© was invented and developed at Teléph-on-délgreen Industrial School, Murray, Kentucky, commencing in 1892. CLICK FOR MORE - tvinews+102+ •
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• • The NBS100 TELECOM STUDY - discovered one big fact: fairness can be achieved, if guided by fundamental American principles.
• • Among the most basic of these principles is the protection of private property rights.
• • But violation of this principle is the defining feature of the current telecom policy guided by the officials selected to regulate the FCC and the Telecom land-line, wireless industry, which includes the Internet.
• • Government regulation of telegraphy and telephony, commenced at the turn of the 20th century by local governments and their self-policing policies. It was local judges that set the precedents for the Mann-Elkins Act of 1910, and the 1913 "Kingsbury Commitment. These two events ended telecom competition by "natural" reasons, and were the cause for regulatory property seizures of existing telecom patent assets, and its by-products -- frequencies and spectrums.
• • The Act cemented AT&T's control of America's telephone land-line network and was the door opener for a new "wireless" industry. The monopoly put regulatory emphasis on the who's - who, and who was going tod what to control the interconnections that were being tied into the future of America's telecom system. • 102ivs - CLICK FOR MORE NBS Regulatory STUDY.

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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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••••• 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-

• 102ivg - ABOUTANTENNAS
2006/ImagesStub/nbsPayToPlayTruck108p.jpg• 102ivs - ABOUT ANTENNAS - Have you ever wondered who first invented and paid for the cost to patent "Firewire" and the "Wireless Telephone'? Did you ever wonder, when talking back and forth on a cellular phone, or when using a wireless router to connect your lap top to the internet, what created the ether or frequency that carries the voice?
---- If you are in the wireless business, (a wireless telephone company, a Wi-Fi/Wi-Max Broadcasters, etc.) -- you probably know the answer . . . and now's the time to get ready for 2008 -- the 100th year -- of the wireless telephone patent.
---- It's also the year for the Olympic Games . . . and it could be just the right time to introduce your new wireless video telephone, webcasting "live" sporting events from Beijing, China!
---- Our feature motion picture "The Wireless", is now in final development. You might consider featuring your product in the movie, to tell the world when and where the first wireless telephone and first internet system was described and demonstrated to the world. 1908 was also the year, "Wireless Telephone" -- became the trademark of N.B. Stubblefield, and the Kentucky, "Big Six". Click For More Story
Yes90 tviNews S90tv NBS100.COM - LookRadio S90tv WiFi Videocast A TelePlay Preview VRA4501 - "Nathan B. Stubblefield, the early days" Who Owns The Wireless Telephone™ Patent, Trademark, and Copyrights? / Feature Story / • nbs100.com / Smart90, lookradio, nbs100, tvimagazine, vratv, xingtv, Ddiaries, Soulfind, nbstubblefield, congming90, chinaexpo, vralogo, Look Radio, China Expo, Soul Find, s90tv, wifi90, dv90, nbs 100, Josie Cory, Publisher, Troy Cory, ePublisher, Troy Cory-Stubblefield / Kudoads. • 102ivs - CLICK FOR MORE ANTENNA STORY.

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••• You may already know Priscilla Cory-Stubblefield from her TV-shows, movies, and recordings. With the making of the movie, "NBS WiTEL®™©" coming up in the near future, you'll get to know more about her talent in "Ask Priscilla."
••• Priscilla debuts in web-print as a story teller of the Wireless Telephone®™©, answering questions about who are the SMART DAAF boys, and who were the bad boys.
••• Wireless Telephone®™© and the effects of RF questions are hard enough to answer without having to deal with the historical problems created by the U.S. government that allowed land-line copper wire firms, i.e, AT&T -- to suppress the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© organization from selling its RF WiTEL®™© telephone number effects. MORE ASK PRISCILLA-02 /

• 102 - What's The " NBS WiTEL®™©" Business Model NBS WiTEL®™©\

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• 102g - Who Owns The Wireless Telephone™ Patent, Trademark? | CLICK FOR MORE Radio Trust STORY. | #WhoOwnsTheWirelessTelephone
• 102s - Who Owns The Wireless Telephone™ Patent, Trademark? CLICK FOR MORE NBS RADIO TRUST STORY | CLICK FOR MORE MSU STORY.

 

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• 102g - ValueofNBSWiTEL-8030 - What are the NBS WiTEL Service Marks ®™© Worth?
• 102s - ValueofNBSWiTEL - 8030 - What are the NBS WiTEL Service Marks ®™© Worth?
•• "PLENTY" -- says Attorney Charley Portz, of Houston, Texas. The Barbie ruling, helps the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© in their claims against AT&T, Sprint and other look-a-like TeleCom companies, that are using the NBS copyrights and servicemarks without their permission.
••• The court order, which not only represents a major victory for toy giant Mattel, but for the USPTO. whom are at times short on defining what are the effects of ®™© when one registers a required ®™© for doing business in the U.S.A. • 102s - CLICK FOR MORE BARBIE STORY
• 102s - NBS WiTEL DEMANDS For Payment from TelCos for Copyright infringment CLICK FOR MSU Muray State University STORY
•••  The Wireless Telephone®™© Organization, like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, all have business models. The Wireless Telephone®™© still touts the one established in 1902," by inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield, its founder.
/ImagesNBS100/GrandpaNat02ShipWiFi300w.jpg••• Before Troy Cory-Stubblefield took over the Wireless Telephone®™ business over 35 years ago, the Wireless Telephone®™© was referred to as radio, computers were things delivered by forklift, and the analog effects of WiTEL, WiFi187 radio and TV broadcasts were free to listen to and watch.
•• What makes the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© very unique today is that Troy, the biological grandson of the founder, still maintains the company. It was his Grandpa Nat, who not only first invented the term "Wireless Telephone," -- but he registered and published the copyright, and servicemark ®™© in 1907, one year before being granted patent - 1908. "share the program" (See USPTO drawing) Click from More about - Grandpa Nat,
••• Troy ofttimes uses "NBS WiTEL®™©" to fully describe both the effects of WiTEL, WiFi and WiMAX 187, and the hand held WiTEL mobile unit itself.
••• Whenever he discusses the ways to facilitate the methods for his company to collect WiTEL's copyright royalties from the four TeleCos, he advises all interested parties to focus on the NBS SERVICE MARKS. MORE patent887.drawings STORY.
••• "As they say . . .," says Troy -- "a picture is worth a thousand words. The WiMAX WiFi187 towers, the vehicle, and the copper wire connections, . . . are all IDd with numbers to pinpoint the WiTEL sender, and receiving mobile vehicle. The only thing missing is the satellite, with a Fig #."
• Click to See How did we end up in the "WiTEL" and the "WTQCA-09" business? Troy has become a proselytizer for Mac and PC wireless laptops, Mac iPhones, and Google's G1, that play and operates Internet content. Today's Wireless Telephone(s)®™©, (The Cellphone) -- are as ubiquitous as a TV-set, or a radio station built.
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• 102s - CLICK FOR MORE "share the program" STORY
• 102s - CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT MSU "Teléph-on-délgreen" STORY
• 102s - Gary Gysel of Pacific Sunrise.

• 102g -FCCapprovedfreeRFwaves
• 102s -WiTEL Organizations Get Free RF- Spectrums. - In early November, 2009 -- the U.S. FCC approved the free Use of Airwaves to WiTEL high-tech firms such as Google and Microsoft. The empty TV spectrums that will be converted into RF spectrums for WiTEL Internet use. Users will be identified by phone numbers and/or IP addresses.
••• The RF-187 give-aways are transmitted by existing DVB-TV antennas, which are sometimes referred to as: 'White spectrums" or "Wi-Fi on steroids." CLICK FOR MORE WiTEL Organizations Get Free RF- Spectrums.
••• Google, who just entered the new generation of WiTEL organizations with their new G1 WiTEL on Sept 26th, ( Click more about Google's World of WiTEL) -- will use the 'white spaces' between channels to go online with their new Wireless Telephone®™© device. • 106s - CLICK FOR MORE "Freebies" STORY.

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• 102ivs - The NBS100 TELECOM STUDY - discovered one big fact: fairness can be achieved, if guided by fundamental American principles.
• • Among the most basic of these principles is the protection of private property rights. • 102ivs - CLICK FOR MORE NBS STUDY.

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