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Need to do a Reverse Phone Number Lookup Search?

You must have heard about reverse phone lookup especially from friends who suspect their better halves of infidelity and wondered what this is all about.

Reverse phone number lookup service is an online service that allows the user access huge databases in the entire country with the aim of identifying the owner of a phone number especially when it is not listed in the directory.It is a legal service which you can use any time to retrieve the information which you may require.

Those who use it for telemarketing calls could be getting it all wrong! It can be used to find out the identity of someone who has been harassing you on phone or the where about of someone who has gone underground for long.

It is the best service that can be used to match a phone number to someone’s face. It is not a rare occurrence that you find a number you cannot recognize in your phone book. You can get someone’s identity regardless of whether the person is using a landline, mobile or a number that is not listed.

Phone lookup service can reveal huge information about someone. Other than knowing the name of anonymous caller, you will also know about the registered address and Phone Company. The names of immediate family members may also be included. In some instances, the additional phone numbers which the person uses may be made available.

There are free alternatives to phone lookup service. You can use search engines like Yahoo or Google. However, some difficulties may be encountered as the number may not be listed. Since there is a lot of information on the internet, the accuracy of the information which you get may be in doubt.

After entering the phone number, all you need to do is hit the search button. This will indicate whether the number is mobile or landline and the state that the phone number is registered in. Make a comparison of the sites and choose the best.


Next event: App Showcase at the Texas Wireless Summit 2011


First, thanks to all who attended our last Mobile Monday event on
September 19, 2011; we had a great turn out with more than 100 folks.
Thanks to our sponsor, Nokia, and all the presenters: Nielsen, GameUp,
Itography, GameSalad, Famigo, and Digital Harmony.

Our next event is on October 25, 2011. As part of the Texas Wireless


How You Can Benefit From a Reverse Phone Number Lookup

A call from a number you cannot identify may make you curious. When the same number continues to harass you and you still have no clue about which the owner is, you may have to get the service of online Reverse Phone Lookup.

There is no way you can get the accurate information about the caller than by using a lookup site. Getting the identities of those people who harass you and your family is not as hard as many people would think.

The service is available at a reasonable cost and with the number at hand; you can be at a position to get the name, billing address and other necessary information of the caller.

There are few websites which don’t offer the service you need. There is no reason why you’ve to waste your time with such sites. Also, sites that are free may not provide you with the service which you need.

As a parent, you have a son or daughter has become teenager and you have started noticing strange numbers on the family’s cell phone bill. You can manage to know the identities of the phone numbers.

This can be done with the help of phone lookup service. This will clear all the suspicions which you may have regarding who your children talk with in your absence.

The fee based lookup service is not accessible to the public thus making it very reliable. It is only those who pay the amount needed who can get to use the service. Prowlers and all those that hide behind anonymous numbers can hide no more.

This is because they know that they can be identified using the reverse phone lookup services that are available online. When you have a number that’s disturbing you, the best place that you can turn to is the online phone lookup service.


Building Successful Mobile Web and Native Apps in the Enterprise

On October 17th, we’ll have some of the top minds in enterprise mobility talking about how companies can maintain high quality and efficiency across the mobile channel. The discussion will cover:

  • Best Development Approaches: HTML5 Web Apps vs. Native apps
  • Minimizing barriers of device diversity and platform variations
  • In-house and outsourced mobile development

Our moderator will be Gene Signorini who runs Enterprise Mobility at the Yankee Group. We’ll have a great lineup of speakers including Joe Ferra of Fidelity Investments, Matt Foell of PNC Bank, David Nguyen of Putnam Investments, Faraz Syed of DeviceAnywhere, and more.


Monday, October 17, 2011
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (ET)

Omni Parker Hotel (map)
60 School Street, Boston, MA 02108
MBTA:  Near Park Street Station (Red and Green Lines)
Parking: Nearby garages include

Cost: Free

This event is made possible by the generous sponsorship of DeviceAnywhere.



Free Reverse Phone Lookups – Do They Exist?

By far one of the most frequent questions asked is if there is a free reverse phone lookup available on the internet. If you do a search, you’ll find many websites claiming that they provide a reverse phone lookup for free. However, if you look closer, you’ll discover that NONE are actually free.

These “free” websites allow you to lookup the issuing location (city and state) and carrier of the cell phone number you choose, but provide absolutely no other information about the owner. So essentially you’re getting free information that is completely useless… but why? Why aren’t there any free reverse phone lookups available?

It all comes down to how the information is classified. Your home phone, for instance, is in the public domain and can be found in the local phone book. Sometimes you actually have to pay a fee in order to get it removed from the public eye.

Cell phone numbers on the other hand are generally considered more private because you pay for each phone call you receive (including from telemarketers, which makes it illegal for them to call you without your permission). This is why cell phone information is much more difficult to get a hold of.

There was a plan at one time for all of the major carriers to get together and create a free reverse phone directory, but privacy concerns regarding telemarketers (as we mentioned before) stopped the project in its tracks.

So how exactly does a reverse phone lookup work then? Quite simply, with A LOT of effort and work. All of the data has to be manually put together from millions upon millions of different records and databases. This is why it is considered a service that no company can realistically offer for free.

This is also why there is so much inconsistency in quality of reverse phone lookups online, as the accuracy and amount of data they have is directly connected to how much effort they put in… therefore many services vary greatly in what exactly they provide.


invite to the App Developers Conference and Hackathon

Hi all,
I'm hosting this event next month and wanted to provide a discount to fellow
Austin-ites interested in attending. Use discount code MMAUSTIN when
registering <[link]> and it will
knock $200 off the current rate for the conference pass. Early registration

Austin BlackBerry Developers’ Group – Kickoff Meeting Reminder

Hi folks,

I just wanted to remind those interested in BlackBerry smartphone and/or
PlayBook development that the Austin BlackBerry Developers' Group kickoff
meeting is Saturday (tomorrow) 9/24.

Start: 09/24/2011 - 11:00am
End: 09/24/2011 - 12:30pm
Come join us at the kickoff meeting of the Austin BlackBerry Developers'


Register Now – You’re invited to a Windows Phone Event in Austin, TX

A two day event. You can register to both days separately. See agenda
and links below.



Date Oct. 4-5, 2011
Time 9:00am - 5:00pm Location
AT&T Conference CTR
1900 University Ave
Austin, TX 78705

REGISTER - DAY 1 - [link]


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