Monthly Archives: December 2009

4GWE 2009 Product of the Year Award Winners Announced

Technology
Marketing Corporation
announces the winners of the 2009 4GWE
Product of the Year Awards
. Recipients of the Annual Product of the Year Awards
represent the most innovative new products brought to market in 2009.

Recognizing the most innovative products, 4GWE honors the most deserving companies
with this esteemed award. The editors of 4GWE selected the companies that have demonstrated
the vision, leadership, and thoroughness associated with the Product of the Year Awards.

“On behalf of Crossfire Media I extend congratulations to all the companies who were
selected for their advancement of 4G technologies. The entire wireless industry looks
forward to more innovative solutions from these pioneers in the future,” Carl Ford,
founder and community developer, Crossfire Media.

“4GWE Product of the Year Awards have been granted to a select list of companies who
have proven their commitment to quality and excellence while addressing real needs
in the marketplace,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “We’re proud to honor these companies
for their accomplishments in the advancement of the 4G industry.”

The 1st Annual 4GWE Product of the Year Award winners will be featured on the 4GWE
Web site and published in its e-newsletter in December 2009 issue.


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4G Wireless Evolution – Introducing the 4GWE Mobile App of the Year Award

Technology Marketing Corporation and Crossfire
Media announce the first 4GWE Mobile
App of theYear Awards
. 4GWE has quickly become the premier resource for current
information about the migration to 4G wireless networks.

The 4G network is rapidly approaching and the broadband Internet imperative is being
highlighted by today’s applications. Some applications make a smartphone act more
like a Game Boy, taking advantage of mobility for distribution and commerce. Other
applications take advantage of the network operator’s ability to offer services or
find solutions.

The Mobile App of the Year Award looks beyond the app store and focuses on the integration
of information such as presence, location and other social functions, to deliver applications
and services that enable context, communication and community.

“The mobile app is one of the fastest growing new technologies that have changed the
way people interact with their mobile device and impacting the way business reach
customers. With only a year since launch, there are more than 100,000 apps,” said
Carl Ford, founder and community developer, Crossfire Media. “Recognizing companies
that have created exceptional mobile apps will be recognized with the Mobile App of
the Year Award.”

“We are happy to introduce the Mobile App of the Year Awards to recognize those companies
that contribute to the advancement of the hottest tech trend of 2009,” said Rich Tehrani,
CEO, TMC. “If your company created a mobile application, I encourage you to apply
and join the inaugural list of honorees.”

For more than 10 years, TMC has honored technology companies with Product of the Year
Awards in various categories. These awards are regarded as some of the most prestigious
and respected awards in the communications and technology sector worldwide. Winners
represent prominent players in the market who consistently demonstrate the advancement
of technologies. Each recipient is a verifiable leader in the marketplace.

Early bird entries are due by Dec. 28,. Applications will be accepted until Jan. 18,
2010.


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Video Israel Doesn’t Want You to See

JERUSALEM – The Israeli army has expressed a note of contrition after a television station aired a videotape showing an army assault on a Palestinian home in which a mother of five children died.

When CBC News spoke with Ismail Hawarjeh at Bethlehem’s hospital earlier this month he told about how his wife had died, until Israel’s Channel 2 broacast the tape last weekend

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Video Israel Doesn’t Want You to See

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2010 New Year party

>East London, room for around 30 people, bring nibbles and small firewood for the big open fireplace. Travel and Bohemianism is the theme.

To get past the door you need:

* firewood

* a bottle

* an object to place on the altar of internationalism (something from your country)

Arrive from 8.00 pm or earlier to help set up.

There are good night bus links to Dalston Junction / Dalston Kingsland station (there are no North London trains running over New Year).

Numbers are limited, RSVP

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2010 New Year party

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Global Gateway in Negotiation to Deliver Content on IPTV

Global Gateway Media &
Communications
announces that its wholly owned subsidiary Speedia Media is in
negotiation to finalize an agreement with a company to deliver its content over Internet
Protocol using a technology referred to as IPTV.

IPTV is a system in which a digital television signal is delivered using Internet
Protocol over a network infrastructure, which may include delivery by a broadband
connection. Viewers have access to digital international TV and radio channels through
their television sets, desktop computers or laptops. This unique technology uses a
two-way digital broadcast signal which converts data requests into video content for
end users.

“We are very excited about this unique and exciting project. By harnessing the power
of IPTV, we will be able to expand our viewership globally. Our viewers will be able
to watch our programs anywhere in the world by connecting this IP device to their
television sets, desktop computers or laptops,” said Dr. Alex Parsinia, CEO of Global
Gateway.


Global Gateway in Negotiation to Deliver Content on IPTV

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