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These will be JetSend-enabled for sending and PCs will be enabled for receiving.
Thomas Ryan Nault, 39, entered his plea after prosecutors decided not to retry him on two felony counts of sending computer messages with the intent to seduce a minor.
After repeatedly sending commands Tuesday and today, ``we'll wait until Friday, when we (will) have the opportunity to listen,'' Hardin said, ``to see if it does respond and does send a signal back.
Now, making payments is as easy as sending a text message anytime, from anywhere for the millions of customers that prefer to use PayPal.
The color sending capabilities allow users to scan and directly send color documents to a number of different types of destinations such as e-mail, scan-to-file-server and scan-to-fax.
In an earlier solar cycle, she said, small rocket thrusters on one satellite suddenly started firing, sending a spacecraft out of position.
Strong open activity correlates with strong click activity and this was clearly the case for organizations sending email on Friday in the study.
Parents with no other choice, who must send their children to the nearest public school, must do so knowing, for the most part, they are sending their children to schools that are significantly less well-funded, less well-maintained, and less-effective institutions of learning than they were a generation ago.
Those interested in becoming SEND-enabled can either stop by the submit(TM) pavilion at the SOT show at booth #1431 or request a virtual demonstration over the Web by sending an email to submit@instem-lss.
What's the use of making five copies of everything and sending it around?
But in June, Peregrina discovered a new way of sending money.
CHICAGO -- Vibes Media, a leading provider of interactive text message marketing programs, today announced the general availability of TextTV(TM), the first text messaging platform that lets television viewers interact with each other by sending text messages directly to the TV screen.
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