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Learn to Use the iPhone with “100 iPhone Tips” Course from Noobie.com

100 iPhone Tips

March 6, 2011 (Greenwood, Ind.)—An iPhone is much more than a communication device, but many people don’t know how to access and use its wide array of features and functions. Patric Welch, owner of the technology company Noobie (http://www.noobie.com), has created a simplified guide for iPhone users, “100 iPhone Tips,” to help them get the best service from their mobile device. “Apple got a lot of things right when they designed the iPhone, but teaching people how to use it wasn’t one of them,” said Welch. Dozens of

Affordable, Informative Technology Support Launches for Small Businesses

Affordable, Informative Technology Support Launches for Small Businesses

Noobie Support Plans help enhance and grow businesses with technology solutions July 13, 2009 (Greenwood, Ind.)—Nearly every small business relies on technology in one way or another, but for most small business owners, the technologies that could enhance and grow their businesses may also bring them the most frustration. Now, they can join Noobie Small Business Support Plans for affordable, on-demand help. “I’ve discovered that lots of small business owners are hobbling along with less than optimal technology solutions,” says Patric Welch, a.k.a. Mr. Noobie and founder of

Grassroots project helps seniors survive TV transition

Grassroots project helps seniors survive TV transition

UIndy center hopes to spark volunteer efforts to install digital converter boxes The upcoming switch to all-digital broadcast television could pose a hardship for older adults on fixed incomes, many of whom still rely on rabbit-ear antennas and analog TV signals as a key source of entertainment and vital information. An October study by Nielsen Media Research found that nearly 10 percent of Indianapolis households were unprepared for the federally mandated Feb. 17 changeover, and the percentages were even higher in other Indiana communities. Fortunately, however, the Center

Choose and Buy the Right Technology Gifts with Noobie

Choose and Buy the Right Technology Gifts with Noobie

Leave the shopping to Noobie and get the right gift or your money back November 25, 2008 (Greenwood, Ind.) – The wide selection of consumer technology products on the market today makes shopping overwhelming. Add the pressure of purchasing exactly the right holiday gift for someone you love, and technology shopping becomes downright terrifying. The Noobie Concierge Service simplifies consumer technology shopping by providing expert shopping assistance. Learn more at http://www.noobie.com/concierge. “When you’re getting ready to make a large purchase for yourself or as a gift, it’s nice

Technology Bundles Provide Trouble-free Gift Giving

Technology Bundles Provide Trouble-free Gift Giving

Hot gadgets paired with the perfect accessories and “noobie-friendly” support make gifts they’ll use and love November 15, 2008 (Greenwood, Ind.)—Consumers can save time on gift buying, and returning, this holiday season by choosing all-inclusive bundles featuring some of the season’s hottest gadgets and gear. Noobie Bundles include popular technology gifts, like digital cameras, iPods and GPS navigators that come with all the noobie-friendly accessories and support recipients will need to enjoy their gifts right out of the box. Shoppers can learn more about the bundles and get

Win this Year’s Must-have Holiday Gift from Noobie

Win this Year’s Must-have Holiday Gift from Noobie

Simple, no-obligation contest features the in-demand Nintendo Wii November 5, 2008 (Greenwood, Ind.)—Predictions of reduced consumer spending this holiday season may leave shoppers longing for high-dollar, high-impact gifts to place under the tree. They can stretch gift-buying budgets by entering contests-like the one offered by Noobie. In exchange for entering their name and email address at http://www.noobie.com/wiicontest, visitors will be entered to win a free Nintendo Wii game system with a retail value of $250. Visit the site for more details. Noobie also gives entrants the option to

Noobie can now be found at www.noobie.com

Noobie can now be found at www.noobie.com

Since the day Noobie was incorporated over two years ago, we have been actively seeking out the domain name noobie.com. Unfortunately, it was purchased by another party in 2002 and registered under a bank in Central America which is why Noobie has always been known as NoobieInc.com. Today Noobie is proud to announce that it is officially the owner of noobie.com. What does this mean to you? For starters, the web site address for Noobie has changed from www.NoobieInc.com to just www.noobie.com. Also any email addresses associated with

Noobie Inc. Replaces Web Site with Upgraded Version

Noobie Inc. Replaces Web Site with Upgraded Version

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Noobie, Inc., Indy’s go-to source for technology education, has launched their new and improved website, still at http://www.noobie.com/. Noobie Inc. offers reliable and objective information regarding a wide range of technology. The new site offers solutions for everyone from tech novices to individuals hoping to expand their expertise. The new site features an intelligent user interface, neatly organizing information by technology type with useful “help boxes” dispersed throughout the site. Users can access articles, videos, blog conversations and definitions for everyday electronics, such as cell phones and

Look Who Got Caught Having An All Pro Dad!

Look Who Got Caught Having An All Pro Dad!

At the March All Pro Dad breakfast, Austin Peters won a drawing for a new Nintendo DS Lite package. Austin enjoyes helping out at the breakfasts, which he attends with his step-dad, Ronnie Williams. Ronnie enjoys going to the events with his daughter, Isabella and Austin because they give him a chance to discuss things that they might not formally discuss at home, such as those topics that address “time with dad” or “your relationship with your dad”. It’s always nice to have the kids tell you things

Open 4 Business

Open 4 Business

Noobie Inc. What prepared you for this endeavor? I’ve been involved with technology for nearly 20 years. My background is in computer programming and web development. I started with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) in 1992 and ended up with a healthcare startup company called RealMed for nearly seven years. Last October, I visited my brother-in-law and saw his brand-new still-in-the-box iPod on his desk. He had had it for more than four months and never took it out of the box. I helped him set it up and