If you’re using Google Voice, which we LOVE, and have had issues, you might have discovered a problem getting a refund cancellation request to process successfully. When you click CANCEL THIS PORT and click the Yes/No dialog, you see either a hidden message under the browser frame indicating failure, or nothing at all. Nothing happens and the cancellation is ignored. We tried this on Mac and Windows in all reasonable browsers with no success.
How to contact Google Voice to let them know you have a Google voice problem:
Now, this doesn’t mean you’ll get anywhere or even get a response. We posted this URL for anyone having a major issue trying to find any way to contact Google Voice in the first place. We have no doubt that Google Voice is overloaded with requests and probably working hard to make their products better. Patience is a virtue and we hope you find resolution with your Google Voice Port Request Refund Trouble.
Companies will evolve their mobile strategy beyond “mobile friendly”. 2010 was the year where mobile devices finally drove enough site traffic to compel companies to craft a mobile strategy. Yet most organizations stopped at mobile friendly, assuming the battle was over once the website and marketing campaigns rendered correctly on mobile devices. In 2011, we’ll see marketers take advantage of device capabilities and characteristics to deliver mobile experiences, not mobile friendly websites. Users are open to more immersive experiences on tablets but will look for more transactional experiences on smartphones. Mobile development will no longer be an afterthought, and innovative companies will develop for mobile first, and progressively enhance the experience based on the capabilities of the browser or device.
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Silverline Security hosted their annual company party last weekend to honor and award the staff and sales teams. The event kicked-off with a great socializer and over a hundred people in the mix. During the great multi-course dinner we heard from the President and CEO about new directions for Silverline Security in 2011 and projected growth. Big screen presentations were exciting and highlighted some of the Silverine staff and their excitement. Continue reading
Silverline Security is a Utah based security systems company that sells and installs home security alarm systems in many states. Their products are well known and reliable in the industry and include manufacturers such as GE who provide product support and service. The Better Business Bureau gave Silverline Security an A grade, which is a great endorsement from the business community. They have installed alarm systems for thousands of customers, with an excellent customer satisfaction response by most industry standards. Silverline has a friendly staff of knowledgeable people who can answer questions and provide guidance.
Silverline Security can install home and business security alarm systems with monitoring. They can also provide video surveillance and other services to help protect your business, home, and family.
We recommend Silverline Security to our friends and neighbors and anyone who wants a reliable and trustworthy home security alarm system provider. Silverline Security can be contacted at www.silverlinesecurity.com or at 877-759-7233 or at email@example.com.
An AT&T security breach has exposed the email addresses of thousands of elite iPad customers including the White Chief of Staff.
According to ValleyWag, the breach, which comes just weeks after an Apple employee lost an iPhone prototype in a bar, exposed the most exclusive email list on the planet, a collection of early-adopter iPad 3G subscribers that includes thousands of A-listers in finance, politics and media, from New York Times Co. CEO Janet Robinson to Diane Sawyer of ABC News to film mogul Harvey Weinstein to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. It even appears that White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s information was compromised. Continue reading
Small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could help the military carry out surveillance in unknown territory or first responders look for survivors after a disaster. The trick is making them agile enough to pull off daredevil aerobatic maneuvers.
Daniel Mellinger, Nathan Michael and Vijay Kumar at the University of Pennsylvania’s GRASP Laboratory have developed software that lets a small, quadroter helicopter perform aggressive acrobatic stunts autonomously. They show off the impressive maneuvers–including a quadroter that autonomously maneuvers quickly through a tight space–in a new video, below.
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ProteMac has announced the release and immediate availability of ProteMac KeyBag 2.2. ProteMac KeyBag is a stealth keystroke monitor and recorder for your Mac computer. KeyBag runs in the background, completely undetectable by the user so it won’t interfere with way you work on your computer. For home and business use, ProteMac KeyBag is a useful tool for productivity and security. Continue reading