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Mobile Speed Data Software Sensor Technology which decides the path of an incoming call or voice mail or email

There is a rapid pace of evolution in the telecom, wireless and telephony sector now a days, from analog, PSTN, Cell phones to VoIP and from old traditional to disruptive technologies are mushrooming by each and every day!

A cutting edge wireless mobile technology which tracks your movements or speed and thus defines the best suitable path for an incoming call to you,

A Mobile Technology that decides best way to take an incoming call when you are in board room, meeting, driving, train, traffic, footpath ... etc.

NEC Global had devised such an innovative wireless mobile technology which is smart enough to track your movement's speed and knows that if you are in a meeting or so and than accordingly routes you the incoming calls,

... it decides on the movement of smart phone's speed and if you are at a fast speed than you will receive an email instead of the voice call and like if you are at a slow speed with your cell phone than this smart technology will send you the voice call with standard ring or a voice message, and this all depends on your speed and that is of your cell phone's too,

The innovative NEC mobile technology sensors the data and than decides the best suitable path for your incoming call to get convert it in either voice, text or voice mail.

They say this innovative technology will be available commercially by June 2012 and will be demonstrated in coming mobile world congress 2012,

Get ready for the wonderful wireless technology which is smart and promises a smooth and minimal intrusive communication by auto recommending the best suitable communication method for you to take the phone call!

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Monday, December 7, 2009

Bookshare is Great Volunteer Opportunity

Ever since my local chapter of RFB & D (Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic) closed last year, I have been looking for a similar volunteer activity where I could use my communication and education background in a meaningful way. Today I received an e-mail from the former director of the local RFB & D, Nina Leone, who is now affiliated with a new online volunteer organization called Bookshare. Nina asked former RFB & D volunteers to join Bookshare and to encourage others to do the same.

At Nina's request, I have checked out Bookshare and I believe I will join. Let me tell you about it and maybe you would consider joining. As Nina tells me, "Bookshare is the leading provider in the nation of educational electronic books specifically designed for the blind, visually impaired, and dyslexic individuals with print disabilities." She goes on to describe how Bookshare works and their need for volunteers. The main difference, she notes, between Bookshare and RFB & D is that Bookshare volunteers work totally from home, whereas RFB & D volunteers work at the RFB & D center. In truth, I prefer the Bookshare format, as our local RFB & D center was quite far from my home.

Bookshare volunteers need only an Internet connection, good computer skills (web browsing and basic word processing), and a passion for books. That certainly describes me. I'm guessing it describes many of you too. So, if you're looking for a way to make a difference this year, check out Bookshare.

What do you say?

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