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CHICAGO – What’s that? A young college grad lecturing her elders about online privacy?
AppTech Signs International Translation Agreement with Wizzard Media for iPhone App Sales in 71 Countries
See more news releases in: Internet Technology , Computer Electronics , Computer Software , Multimedia & Internet , OTC, SmallCap , Mobile Entertainment , Telecommunications Equipment , Telecommunications Industry , Wireless Communications , Contracts HOUSTON, May 18 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — AppTech Corp. (Pink Sheets: APCX) www.apptechglobal.com announced today that its subsidiary, AppTech Global, Inc., has completed a Letter of Intent with Wizzard Media (NYSE/AMEX: WZE ) to provide multi-language translations for Wizzard’s existing English language iPhone applications, currently being sold in 71 countries throughout the world.
By Ben Rooney, staff reporterMay 14, 2010: 7:00 PM ET NEW YORK (CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COMMoney.com) — Google Inc. disclosed Friday that its Street View cars had mistakenly collected data about the Web sites users were visiting on open wireless Internet networks.
BEIJING, May 14 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Frbiz.com, one of China’s leading B2B search platforms, according to its experience, shares internet marketing conversion rate methods. Frbiz reports that while most people know the purpose of carrying out online marketing, they often ignore the “conversion rate”.
( PEOPLE.com) — Despite Internet reports that suggest she’s considering abandoning show business, Sandra Bullock most definitely plans to return to the cameras, said a source close to the Oscar winner. The claims, citing reputed friends of Bullock’s, say she is so smitten with her infant son, Louis Bardo Bullock, that she “might never make another film again.” The reports also quote friends as saying Bullock intends to leave California for good and divide her time between homes in Louis’s birth town of New Orleans and her beloved Austin, Texas.
Claiming he had been “raped” by property taxes but is innocent of waging war against law enforcement, a reclusive truck driver arrested in the Chicago suburbs said a case of mistaken identity led to his arrest on charges of plotting to attack police with eight other members of a self-described Christian militia. Federal prosecutors in Detroit alleged that the northwest Indiana man belonged to a fringe group called Hutaree that intended to kill a Michigan police officer and then stage an attack on other officers attending his funeral using “improvised explosive devices.” According to the indictment, the group views local, state and federal authorities as its enemy.
These days, when everyone seems to have a Facebook friend, is LinkedIn or can Google themselves, it’s hard to remember the old days, before the dot-com revolution. It was 25…
To understand why jobs are so scarce, consider John McFarland and Nicole Rosen. The two share something in common: They’re reluctant to spend freely. McFarland is CEO of Baldor Electric…
A Lake in the Hills man awaiting trial on charges he put a 14-year-old girl to work as a prostitute was back in jail Thursday after his arrest on claims he kidnapped the teenager from Kansas. Donald R.