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U.S. Postal Service Enhances Online Service in Spanish and Chinese

December 30, 2011 in Business & Finance, Internet & Technology

U.S. Postal Service Enhances Online Service in
Spanish and Chinese

Most-used usps.com Pages Now in Spanish and Simplified Chinese

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20, 2011 / — Customers from two
fast-growing U.S. populations — Spanish and Chinese speakers — will now be able to track packages, look up ZIP codes and learn about U.S. Postal Service
products and services in Spanish and simplified Chinese on usps.com.

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Vonage Adds Free Mobile Extensions / Vonage añade extensiones móviles gratis

August 15, 2011 in Business & Finance, Internet & Technology

Now Anyone With Vonage World Gets Unlimited Calling To More Than 60 Countries From Their Mobile At No Extra Charge

Up To 60 Percent Savings on Calls to Select Latin American Countries Over Wireless Carriers’ Best International Rates*

HOLMDEL, N.J., Vonage Holdings Corp. (NYSE: VG) is breaking beyond the four walls of the home by allowing customers to extend their Vonage home calling plans to any phone, including mobiles. The move allows customers to use Vonage’s signature unlimited(1) international calling plans from their mobile phones to call friends and family abroad. The new service offering – Extensions™ – is free to all Vonage customers and builds upon Vonage’s history of providing unsurpassed value to customers for both domestic and international calling.

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Latinos in Social Media [LATISM] Releases Report of Its 2011 Latino Blogosphere Survey

June 11, 2011 in Business & Finance, Internet & Technology

WASHINGTON, June 10, 2011 /– Latinos in Social Media [LATISM], the largest organization of Latinos in the social media arena, today has released the results of its 2011 Latino Blogosphere Survey, part of a series aiming to explore the state of online and social media usage among Latinos. Survey results were first unveiled during the LATISM panel at the 2011 BlogWorld and New Media Expo.