Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


Motorola introduces its newest QWERTY, the MOTOQ q9 Windows Mobile 6 Standard. This sleek and robust device is packed with power, functionality and offers a cool design that satisfies the appetite of gadget lovers, business professionals and even fashion conscious consumers. The MOTOQ q9 is more than just a device — it’s a statement of power and personality. Its precise and compelling form factor highlights the devices’ visual appeal and feel. Within its lean form lies High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) technology for lightening fast speed and immediate downloading capabilities. The MOTOQ q9 offers a host of features such as access to corporate and personal.¹ Personal and Corporate Microsoft Exchange instant messaging are also viewable from the home screen.¹ With advanced imaging, music functionality, integrated stereo Bluetooth® wireless technology² and ample memory, the MOTOQ q9 is a mobile revolution at your fingertips!
Blazing Connectivity
Equipped with HSDPA, you’ll experience download speeds as fast as 3.6MB per second with the MOTOQ q9. At the flick of a button, behold the power of quick connections. This mobile comes equipped with push email for immediate send and receive on Corporate Microsoft Exchange, for fast Internet browsing, high-speed music downloads, video streaming and casting. Whether you’re out shopping with friends or running errands, the stunning new MOTOQ q9 gives you access to all your favorite content and connections.

Breathtaking Design
Featuring an iconic form factor, the svelte and sleek design of the new MOTOQ q9 provides a rich and seamless product experience. An eye-catching, ultra-thin design with high-end finishes including exquisite materials and soft touch materials add to the seductive features that draw you to the MOTOQ q9. A clear 320x240 display and a full-blown, optimized QWERTY keyboard makes typing out emails, SMS messages, notes, presentations and more, a breeze. With smooth lighting transitions, the MOTO Q q9 enables you to enjoy enhanced readability in environments where lighting is poor.

Play & Productivity
Blending functionality and entertainment in one unique device, the MOTOQ q9 offers the complete user experience. The MOTOQ q9’s quad-band technology lets users stay connected effortlessly across the globe. Whether in Las Vegas or London, the MOTOQ q9 packs in a host of features to keep you entertained for hours.³ Capture life’s precious moments with an integrated 2.0 megapixel camera and for the music lover, this masterpiece is integrated with Windows Media and access to over 200 music libraries. Thanks to integrated Bluetooth wireless technology stereo profiles (A2DP and AVRCP) users can enjoy premium sound quality wirelessly via a compatible Bluetooth enabled stereo headset and take calls all at the same time with just the touch of a button!² The MOTOQ q9 is also equipped with full-speed USB 2.0 download, enabling fast file transfers from your PC to the phone’s microSD card that offers up to 2GB of optional removable memory to store all those favorite songs, files, documents and images. At 30 frames per second, watching a video on your mobile is now a reality.

Summary of Key Features:
• Simple, elegant and stylish, the ultra-slim MOTOQ q9, at only 11.8 millimeters thick packs in a host of advanced features
• QWERTY keyboard and large, crisp display
• Quad-Band (GPRS/EDGE) functionality
• Video capture and playback at 30fps
• HSDPA technology for fast data transfers, streaming media and web browsing
• Connectivity: EMU, USB 2.0 full speed transfers and data access
• Integrated Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology (A2DP, AVRCP - stereo) for hands-free connectivity with compatible Bluetooth enabled stereo devices
• Messaging via MMS, SMS, Instant Messaging and Windows Pocket Outlook
• Supports a variety of audio formats including AMR NB, AMR WB, MWA, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WAV, MIDI
• Video formats supported includeH.263, MPEG4, WMV, H.264 decode
• Up to 2 GB of optional removable storage space with a microSD memory slot
• Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED photo indicator light
• Special productivity features: Opera browser, Attachment Viewer or Editor, Voice Recognition, File Manager, Voice Notes, VPN capability and Anti-Virus protection

The Motorola MOTOQ q9 is expected to be available in Q2 of 2007. For more information on pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. Microsoft, Windows Mobile, and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.


Kick start your day with the new MOTORIZR Z8. Reinventing the slider phone, the MOTORIZR Z8 brings multimedia, speed, pleasure and mobile broadband¹ to your fingertips. Providing you with the ultimate in entertainment, the MOTORIZR Z8 allows you to watch crystal clear video at 30 frames per second through a large QVGA 16m TFT display. The device also supports optional expandable memory up to 4GB using microSD, which is enough space for full length movies or hours of music. Music can be enjoyed wirelessly utilising Bluetooth™ wireless technology that, when combined with an optional Bluetooth enabled stereo headset such as the Motorola Bluetooth Active Headphones S9, provides complete wireless control and freedom.¹ Feature packed, at 15.3 millimeters, the MOTORIZR Z8 is not much larger than the classic MOTORAZR™ waist band. Providing an innovative and exciting mobile experience the MOTORIZR Z8 allows you to enjoy your multimedia content while on the go with crystal clear video and high fidelity sound. Whether you’re watching or streaming video2 or having a lengthy conversation, the MOTORIZR Z8 is much more than your typical slider – it’s a revolution in mobile multimedia. Goodbye image. Hello reality.

Lightning Fast Speed
For instant gratification when you need the right content, the MOTORIZR Z8 and its HSDPA, Symbian software and 3.5G enablers will come through for you. The MOTORIZR Z8 not only delivers quick access to content, it delivers smooth services and experiences directly to your phone. Staying entertained has never been easier - watch pin sharp videos on the 2.2 inch screen or access on-demand content directly on your handset.² Harnessing the power of mobile broadband, download content over-the-air (OTA) - getting your music, video files, games or even accessing the Internet has never been easier.² From sharing photos to rocking out to your own personal soundtrack, saying you’ll be satisified is an understatement.

Instant Access
From fashion gurus to multimedia junkies, the new MOTORIZR Z8 has something to offer all consumers. Bursting with multimedia capabilities, this do-it-all handset includes a powerful 2.0 megapixel camera with dedicated shutter button for one-click photo and video capture, integrated lumi LED light and even red-eye reduction. With a hot swappable microSD card with up to 4GB of optional memory, you can quickly access files. Equipped with an integrated music player, the MOTORIZR Z8 allows you to create playlists, add creativity to your music with on-screen visualizations and easily skip to the next groove with shuffle capability. The MOTORIZR phone’s redesigned user interface allows simple one-click access to all this and more.

Expand Your Horizons
Enabling you to expand your music experience wirelessly, the MOTORIZR lets you set your music collection free ... from wires. The MOTORIZR Z8 effortlessly syncs with your compatible Bluetooth enabled music center wirelessly. Using compatible stereo Bluetooth accessorie you can enjoy your favorite tunes wirelessly without ever missing a call – at home, on the move, on the go!

• Unique ergonomic slider design
• Up to approximately five hours 3G talk time, up to approximately 16 days standby time³
• 3.6Mbps HSDPA providing mobile broadband¹
• 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom and lumi LED light, video record and playback capabilities
• Approximately 90 MB free internal user memory4, optional expandable to 4GB with microSD• Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS 1.2¹
• Integrated media player
• Redesigned user interface with one-click access to phone functions
• A2DP AVRCP Bluetooth stereo profiles

The MOTORIZR Z8 is expected to be available in the first half of 2007. For more information on pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.


Beauty, power and intelligence collide with the Motorola MOTO Q gsm – an elegant all-in-one device that merges business with pleasure. Boasting a full QWERTY keyboard, the feature-rich MOTO Q gsm keeps your life with you in one sleek device by combining powerful business productivity applications via Windows Mobile with multimedia entertainment. From stereo Bluetooth® wireless technology¹, astounding audio sound and a 1.3 megapixel camera to blazing fast Internet connections², convenient WiFi through optional miniSDIO card connectivity² and the ability to view and edit Microsoft Office documents from anywhere in the world 2,3 -- there’s no need to compromise when you can have it all in one device.

Always Connected
With MOTO Q gsm, you’re connected regardless of where travels take you. Send and receive text messages, emails and attachments worldwide using quad band GPRS and high speed EDGE data networks, or at WiFi hotspots through miniSDIO.2,3

All Work AND Play
MOTO Q gsm makes not only viewing but creating and editing Microsoft Office documents a snap. The optimized QWERTY keypad design allows for easy and fast email or text messaging. Take advantage of downtime with Windows Media Player to listen to your favorite music, watch videos or view your favorite photos on its large color screen. MOTO Q gsm includes a 1.3 megapixel camera for shots on-the-go, and up to 1GB of storage with optional miniSD card so you can take your photos and music along with you.

Get Noticed
MOTO Q gsm turns heads both in the boardroom and on the beach, with its ultra-thin profile and sleek, black exterior. It’s designed with beauty and intelligence in mind, offering a simple, seamless layout in a device that fits naturally in your hand. A soft-touch material provides an easy, comfortable grip. MOTO Q gsm’s precise and clean construction lends to the phone’s visual elegance and solid feel.

• QWERTY tablet form factor
• Global GSM quad band access
• High-speed data transfer using GPRS class 10 and EDGE class 10
• 128MB Flash memory, 64MB RAM (approximately 40MB user memory4), plus miniSD slot for up to 1GB of optional storage of music, pictures and other media
• Vivid 2.4”, 64K TFT display
• 1.3 megapixel fixed-focus camera with LED photo indicator light
• Enhanced music experience featuring Windows Media Player and integrated music player that supports multiple audio files: MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV.
• 2.5 millimeter headset jack
• Video capture and playback with sound using Windows Media Player supporting MPEG4, H.263, WMV formats
• Connectivity using USB 1.1 Full Speed, Version 1.2 Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology¹, 802.11b/g through optional miniSDIO connectivity
• Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard Edition
• Email via IMAP4, POP 3, SMTP, Exchange with Push email Clients; also RIM and Good support
• Messaging via SMS, MMS, Microsoft IM applications
• Full web browsing with Microsoft Explorer
• Support document viewing and editing

The MOTO Q gsm is expected to be available in Q2 of 2007. For more information on pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. Microsoft, Windows Mobile, and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.


Designed with passion and built for speed, the MOTOKRZR K3 is beautiful inside and out. Building on one of the most celebrated mobile designs, the MOTORAZR™, this new handset not only delivers a new and exciting design experience utilizing exquisite materials and finishes but also takes advantage of 3G technology. The MOTOKRZR K3 brings entertainment quickly via HSDPA technology — now users can access news, sports, music and video directly on the handsets display.¹ With an integrated 2 megapixel camera and an optional hot swappable microSD card, users can ensure they have enough room to store their favorite memories. The perfect marriage between beauty and functionality, the fashion forward MOTOKRZR K3 is a masterpiece of self expression.

Express Yourself

For those that love to make a fashion statement, the MOTOKRZR K3 is the ideal accessory. With perfect proportion, the MOTOKRZR K3 is an element of surprise. Made of premium metal and glass, the MOTOKRZR K3 will stand by you through all your adventures. The MOTOKRZR K3 is presented in a rich, cool Dark Pearl Gray and a warm, lustrous Stone Gray – ensuring a perfect compliment to any endeavor.

Experience Speed
The MOTOKRZR K3 helps you do what you want to do in a short amount of time. With HSDPA technology, users will spend less time waiting and more time doing. When you’re dying to read the latest gossip or urgently need directions, -- you now have immediate access to content on the Internet. The MOTOKRZR K3 makes it fun, fast and easy to stay entertained. With the ability to download the latest video or music file – over the air and quick, you will always be connected to the content and information that is most important to you.

Magical Moments
Bringing new meaning to “share the moment,” the MOTOKRZR K3 energizes your communication with two integrated cameras, a 2 megapixel with 8x zoom and a VGA camera for two-way video calling.¹ With approximately 50 megabytes of end user memory² and additional space for a hot swappable microSD card, users can store hundreds of their favorite files. When you don’t want to get your pictures developed, the MOTOKRZR K3 allows you to easily send the images to a compatible Bluetooth® enabled printer to print high-quality pictures! When your hands are busy taking pictures, there’s no fear of missing out on an important call. Connect wirelessly via stereo Bluetooth wireless technology and stay hands-free.

• MOTOKRZR form factor
• Broadband connectivity via HSDPA and UMTS technologies
• MPEG4 video capture and playback
• Audio/video streaming (3GPP)¹
• Dedicated browser key
• Integrated stereo Bluetooth wireless technology (Class 2)³
• 2 megapixel digital camera with 8x zoom
• 50 MB end user memory²
• Rich, pre-loaded J2ME® games, screen savers; downloadable themes, ringtones, images, animations²
• Enhanced, integrated music player supports multiple audio files: Midi, MP2, AAC, AAC +
• Enhanced speaker independent voice recognition
• MOTOSYNC™• SCREEN3 technology for zero click access to news, sports, entertainment and more.
• Large 2 inch display, QVGA 320x240 pixels 260K color TFT
• Messaging: MMS, SMS, EMS
• GPRS Class 12
• Enhanced mini-USB

The MOTOKRZR K3 is expected to be available in Q1 2007. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please contact your local Motorola representative.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. Java and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. © Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.

Anna Nicole Smith : BIO

Vickie Lynn Marshall (November 28, 1967 – February 8, 2007), better known by her stage name Anna Nicole Smith, was an American model, actress and celebrity who first gained popularity as Playboy's 1993 Playmate of the Year.

Her highly publicized marriage to oil billionaire J. Howard Marshall, who was 63 years her senior, resulted in considerable speculation that she married the octogenarian merely for his money, which she denied. Following his death, she began a lengthy and ongoing legal battle over a share of his estate. Her case, Marshall v. Marshall reached the U.S. Supreme Court on a question of federal jurisdiction.

Early life
She was born Vickie Lynn Hogan on November 28, 1967 in Houston, Texas. She was the daughter of Donald Eugene Hogan (born July 12, 1947) and Virgie Mae Tabers (born July 12, 1951), who were married on February 22, 1967. Her father then left the family; he and Virgie were divorced November 4, 1969. Smith was raised by her mother and maternal aunt, Elaine. Virgie was subsequently married to Donald R. Hart (1971), to Joe D. Thompson (1987), to James T. Sanders (1996), and to James H. Arthur (2000). After Virgie married Donald R. Hart, Vickie changed her name to Nikki Hart. Vickie's younger half-sisters are Donna Hogan and Amy Hogan. Her older half-brother is David L. Tacker, Jr., and her younger half-brothers are Donald R. Hart, Jr., and Donald R. Hogan.

While growing up, Vickie told others she wanted to be the next Marilyn Monroe. She failed her freshman year at Mexia High School in Mexia, Texas, dropped out of her sophomore year, and never progressed past an eighth grade education. While working as a waitress at Jim's Krispy Fried Chicken in Mexia, she met Billy Wayne Smith, who was the cook at the restaurant. They were married April 4, 1985. She was then age 17 and he was 16. The next year, she gave birth to their son, Daniel Wayne Smith (January 22, 1986–September 10, 2006). She and Billy separated in 1987 and she moved to Houston with one-year-old Daniel. Initially, she found employment at Wal-Mart and later as a waitress at Red Lobster. She then became a stripper at a nightclub in Houston.

Playboy and modeling career

Smith's career took off after she entered her photos in a search contest. She was chosen by Hugh Hefner to appear on the cover of the March 1992 issue of Playboy wearing a low-cut evening gown.

She was subsequently called "the next Marilyn Monroe" in press reports, a comparison she encouraged by wearing a hairstyle reminiscent of Monroe's, as well as her trademark white dress.

Becoming one of Playboy's most popular models, Smith began a trend for a more voluptuous look. She next posed nude for the May 1992 centerfold (under the name Vickie Smith).

Smith was chosen to be the 1993 Playmate of the Year. By the time of her PMOY pictorial, she finally settled on the name Anna Nicole Smith.

The cover for the June 1993 issue of Playboy

She secured a contract to replace supermodel Claudia Schiffer in the Guess jeans ad campaign in a series of sultry black and white photographs. Guess capitalized on Smith's strong resemblance to sex symbol Jayne Mansfield and even put her in Jayne-inspired photo sessions.

Smith once did a nude Playboy layout in Mansfield's famous Beverly Hills mansion, the "Pink Palace.

A photograph of the voluptuous model was used by New York magazine on the cover of its August 22, 1994 issue titled White Trash Nation. In the photo, she appears squatting in a short skirt and cowboy boots as she eats chips.

In October 1994, her lawyer initiated a $5,000,000 lawsuit against the magazine claiming unauthorized use of her photo and that the article had damaged her reputation. Her lawyer said that Smith was told she was being photographed to embody the "All-American-woman look" and that they wanted glamour shots. He further stated that the picture used was taken for fun during a break. The editor of New York said that the photo was one of dozens taken for the cover and that he guessed they [her and her lawyer] just found the picture that was chosen unflattering.

Marriage to Marshall
While performing at Gigi's, a Houston strip club, in October 1991, Smith met elderly oil billionaire J. Howard Marshall and they began a relationship. During their two-year relationship, he reportedly lavished gifts on her and asked her to marry him several times.

She divorced her husband Billy on February 3, 1993, in Houston. On June 27, 1994, Smith, age 26, and Marshall, age 89, were married in Houston. This resulted in a great deal of gossip about her marrying him for his money. Though she reportedly never lived with him , Smith maintained she loved her husband and that age did not matter to her.
Thirteen months after his marriage to Smith, Marshall died on August 4, 1995, in Houston.

Inheritance court cases
Within weeks of J. Howard Marshall's death, Smith squared off against his son, E. Pierce Marshall, for half of her late husband's $1.6 billion estate. She joined forces with J. Howard's other son, James Howard Marshall III, whom the elder Howard had disowned. Howard III claimed J. Howard orally promised him a portion of his estate; like Smith, Howard III was also left out of J. Howard's will, which he updated weeks after their marriage. The case has gone on for more than a decade, producing a highly publicized court battle in Texas and several judicial decisions that have gone both for and against Smith in that time.

In 1996, Smith filed for bankruptcy in California as a result of a $850,000 judgment against her in a legal action unrelated to the Marshall estate. As any money potentially due her from the Marshall estate was part of her potential assets, the bankruptcy court involved itself in the matter.

Smith claimed J. Howard orally promised her half of his estate if she married him. In September 2000, a Los Angeles bankruptcy judge awarded her $449,754,134. In July 2001, Houston judge Mike Wood affirmed the jury findings in the probate case by ruling that Smith was entitled to nothing and ordered Smith to pay over $1 million in fees and expenses to Pierce's legal team. The conflict between the Texas probate court and California bankruptcy court judgments forced the matter into federal court.

In March 2002, a federal judge vacated the California bankruptcy court's ruling and issued a new ruling but reduced the award to $88 million. In December 2004, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the March 2002 decision, affirming the Texas Probate jury findings that no misconduct had occurred, Smith was not one of J. Howard Marshall's heirs and that the federal courts lacked jurisdiction to overrule the probate decisions of a Texas state court.

The U.S. Supreme Court decided in September 2005 to hear the appeal of that decision. The Bush administration subsequently directed the Solicitor General to intercede on Smith's behalf out of an interest to expand federal court jurisdiction over state probate disputes.

After months of waiting, Smith and her stepson Pierce learned of the Supreme Court's decision on May 1, 2006. The justices unanimously decided in favor of Smith; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the majority opinion. (See Marshall v. Marshall) The decision did not give Smith a portion of her husband's estate, but affirmed her right to pursue a share of it in federal court.

On June 20, 2006, E. Pierce Marshall died at age 67 after an infection. His widow, Elaine T. Marshall, now represents his estate.

The case has been remanded to the 9th Circuit to adjudicate the remaining appellate issues not previously resolved.

Film and television career
Though her film appearances in The Hudsucker Proxy and Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult were highly publicized in 1994, little was done to further Smith's acting career. Her first starring role was as Colette Dubois, a retired spy seeking revenge for the murder of her husband, in the action/thriller To the Limit (1995).

Smith next starred in the action/thriller Skyscraper (1997), which she also produced, as a helicopter pilot, Carrie Wisk, who lands on a high rise building and, upon learning it has been taken over by terrorists, becomes engaged in a deadly fight to save hostages.

Both films, and Smith's performances in them, were usually critically panned. During the course of the litigation over her late husband's estate, her career stalled. Her legal battle, her increasing weight, and her reportedly bizarre behavior made her regular fodder for late night television comedians.

In 2002, she debuted in her own reality TV series on the E! cable network, The Anna Nicole Show. The series focused on her personal and private life in the manner of other reality shows, such as the ratings hit The Osbournes.

The debut of the The Anna Nicole Show was the highest rated series on the network, but critics blasted it and ratings dropped with each successive week. However, it achieved a cult status as many fans found humor in Smith's absurd antics. The show was cancelled in February 2004 due to "creative differences," but has retained some life in reruns and on DVD releases.

Smith's next appearance on the big screen was as herself in Wasabi Tuna (2003), about a group of friends who kidnap her dog, Sugar-Pie, on Halloween. She appeared as herself again in Be Cool (2005), a crime/comedy about the film and music industries that stars John Travolta, Uma Thurman and The Rock.

In 2006, she starred as Lucy in Illegal Aliens, which she also produced, a sci-fi/comedy about beautiful space aliens saving the earth from evil.

Smith as spokesperson

In an interview on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, she was asked what her "Playmate diet" consisted of. She instantly replied, "fried chicken." In October 2003, she became a spokesperson for TrimSpa, which helped her lose a reported 69 lbs (31 kg).

In November 2004, she appeared at the American Music Awards to introduce a musical performance and attracted attention because of her slurred speech and behavior. During her live appearance, she threw her arms up and exclaimed, "Like my body?". Smith murmured other comments and alluded to TrimSpa. The incident became comic material for presenters throughout the rest of the program.

The following day, her appearance was featured in the news. Tabloids speculated that Smith was under the influence of pills or some other controlled substance. Her representatives explained that she was in pain due to a series of grueling workouts. They further asserted that she had difficulty reading the prompter because she was not wearing her contact lenses.

After reportedly losing some 80 lbs. (36 kg), Smith returned to her trim shape from the early 1990s.

In March 2005, at the first MTV Australia Video Music Awards in Sydney's Luna Park, she spoofed Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction by pulling down her dress to reveal both breasts, each covered with the MTV logo.

Smith has also been featured in advertisements for the animal rights group PETA. Spoofing Marilyn Monroe's "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" segment in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, a 2004 ad states "Fur-free blondes are best.

" In another ad the following year, Smith posed with her dogs in a campaign against Iams dog food for their alleged cruelty to animals.

As of 2006, Smith gave up modeling, although she remained a spokesperson for TrimSpa.

Birth of daughter

Smith announced on June 1, 2006, in a video clip posted on her official website that she was pregnant. "Let me stop all the rumors," she said, while floating on an inflatable raft in a swimming pool. "Yes, I am pregnant. I'm happy, I'm very, very happy about it. Everything's goin' really, really good and I'll be checking in and out periodically on the web, and I'll let you see me as I'm growing.

Though her announcement did not provide any details, in an interview with Larry King on CNN's Larry King Live, Smith's longtime personal attorney Howard K. Stern said that he had loved her for quite some time and they were confident he fathered the baby because of the timing of the pregnancy. However, her ex-boyfriend, entertainment photojournalist Larry Birkhead, steadfastly maintained his contention that he is the baby's father and filed a lawsuit to challenge paternity.

Smith's daughter, Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern, was born September 7, 2006, at Doctors Hospital in Nassau, Bahamas. The Bahamian birth certificate records the father as Howard K. Stern.

A judge in the United States ordered that DNA tests be performed to determine who is the biological father of Dannielynn. Following Anna's death, Debra Opri, the lawyer of Larry Birkhead, asked for a DNA sample to be taken from the corpse. This action outraged Smith's lawyer, Ron Rale, who called it "the lowest form of behaviour I've ever heard of. The request was denied by a judge, ordering Smith's body preserved until February 20.

On February 9, 2007, Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt claimed that he had a decade-long affair with Smith and could potentially be the father of her infant girl, Dannielynn.

Death of son

Main article: Daniel Wayne Smith
Smith's 20-year-old son, Daniel Smith, died on September 10, 2006 in his mother's hospital room while visiting her and his newborn sister. After the coroner labeled the death "reserved," Smith hired forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht to perform a second autopsy.

Dr. Wecht announced on Larry King Live that the procedure he performed on September 17, 2006, showed that Daniel died from a lethal combination of Zoloft, Lexapro and methadone. Although he explained that methadone is used in the treatment of heroin and morphine addiction, he said he has no information to make any conclusion about the reason he was using the drug.

His death certificate was issued on September 21, 2006, so that he could be buried. While Smith remained in the Bahamas with Dannielynn and Stern, Daniel's family in the United States, including his father, Billy Smith, gathered with friends on October 7, 2006, in Mexia, Texas, for a memorial service.

Daniel was buried at Lake View Cemetery on Nassau Island, Bahamas, on October 19, 2006, almost six weeks after his death. It was reported that Smith intended to live on the island, with no plans to return to the U.S.

Commitment ceremony with Stern

On September 28, 2006, Smith and Howard Stern exchanged vows and rings in an informal commitment ceremony aboard the 41-foot catamaran Margaritaville off the coast of the Bahamas. She wore a white dress and carried a bouquet of red roses, while he wore a black dress suit with white shirt. Although they pledged their love and made a commitment to be there for one another before a Baptist minister, no marriage certificate was issued and the ceremony is not legally binding.

After the ceremony, they landed on the island of Sandy Kay where they had a party and celebrated with champagne and apple cider that had been brought over for the occasion by sailboat.

Regarding the questionable timing of the ceremony, Smith's attorney in Nassau, stated, "They needed a little adrenaline boost because things have been so hectic and devastating in their life recently, The photos of their ceremony were sold through Getty Images to People Magazine for around $1,000,000.

Anna Nicole Smith diesOn February 8, 2007, Smith was found unresponsive in a room at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. A spokeswoman from the hotel stated that Smith checked in on February 5th at 8 p.m as a guest and was due to check out on Friday, February 9th. According to Seminole Police Chief Charlie Tiger, at 1:38 p.m. (18:38 UTC) a nurse in Smith's sixth floor room called the hotel front desk, who in turn called security, who in turn called 911. At 1:45 p.m. a bodyguard administered CPR before she was rushed to Memorial Regional Hospital at 2:10 p.m and pronounced DOA at 2:49 p.m. Smith's companion, Howard K. Stern, was not with her when in the hotel room when she died and has reported to Entertainment Tonight that her temperature was running 104 degrees the night before. Smith's attorney, Ron Rale, stated that Smith had flu-like symptoms for the last couple of days before her death. Entertainment Tonight's Mark Steines stated that Smith had to take an ice bath on February 5th after her fever reached 105 degrees. MSNBC Reporters had been told that witnesses at the Hard Rock Hotel's bars observed her drinking profusely to the point where she couldn't even walk independently. The Police chief has said that there is no indication that a crime has occurred in Smith's death. Allegedly, many prescription drugs were found in the hotel room, but the preliminary results of the autopsy found no drugs in Smith's stomach.


A refreshing twist to the original MOTOSLVR, the MOTOSLVR L9 is still inspiringly entertaining, with an extra flair for fun. When you’re in the mood to have a good laugh or rock to a familiar beat, the only thing you need is the MOTOSLVR L9 to put a smile on your face. Complete with a FM radio (requires the use of a wired headset) and stereo Bluetooth® wireless technology¹, you’ll be constantly entertained. With a 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom, coupled with landscape and portrait modes availability, you can capture up-close moments in a heartbeat. Video capture your precious moments with up to 4x zoom and share the clips in full screen playback mode. With up to 20MB of internal memory² and room for an optional microSD card, you can store up to 2GB of ringtones, games, pictures, videos and more. Embodying a stunning mirror-reflective style, shimmering black keypad, the MOTOSLVR L9 certainly excites your digital lifestyle.

Inspire and Thrill
Featuring a reflective, mirror finish and shimmering black keypad, the sleek MOTOSLVR L9 is a fashion statement that makes heads turn. Mirroring your personality, the new addition to the MOTOSLVR family allows you to express yourself with a 2.0 megapixel camera with full screen video capture and playback! Tune in to your favourite radio station or put on your compatible Bluetooth enabled stereo headset,¹ and you’re ready to turn on the heat.

Excite and Entertain
Complete with GRPS class 10 and EDGE class 10 technologies for progressive downloads and video streaming, you can quickly update the integrated digital audio player and download MP3/AAC ringtones quickly.³ Before taking off on a flight, the MOTOSLVR L9 is capable of being filled up to 2GB of videos, pictures and music on your optional external microSD card. Turn on the airplane mode and enjoy uninterrupted entertainment for the entire duration of your trip. Not only does this sleek, yet durable mobile fit perfectly in your hand, it also boasts up to approximately 400 minutes of talk time and 350 hours of standby time.4 The MOTOSLVR L9 is built to keep up with you day in and day out.

Roam Free
Wireless freedom is yours with the MOTOSLVR L9. With stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, the MOTOSLVR L9 allows you to simply sync with any compatible Bluetooth-enabled stereo device. Send a high-resolution picture to a compatible Bluetooth-enabled color printer or listen to the music via a compatible Bluetooth-enabled stereo headset.¹ With CrystalTalk™ noise audio adaptive feature, conversations in noisy environments are crystal clear.

• Sleek candy-bar design with a mirror reflective finish modeled after the MOTOKRZR K1.
• Premium-shimmering black keypad
• 2.0 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, landscape and portrait modes available
• MPEG4 video capture with 4x zoom and full screen playback
• GPRS class 10 and EDGE class 10 technologies for quick downloading³
• Progressive downloading and video streaming³
• Approximately 20 MB internal memory; external memory support with optional microSD up to 2GB
• Integrated digital music audio player
• Supports MP3/AAC/AAC+/AAC+ enhanced/ AMR/ WAV ringtones and music
• Wireless connectivity with stereo Bluetooth wireless technology¹
• Airplane mode for uninterrupted music enjoyment
• Dedicated key for quick access to integrated FM radio with Radio Data System
• MegaSIM (3.0V only) support3
• CrystalTalkTM for voice clarity in noisy environments
• PTV, M-PTT & SCREEN3 enabled3
• Messaging: MMS, SMS, EMS, IM, Email (POP3/SMTP/IMAP4)³
• Connectivity: Mini-USB, A2DP Stereo Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology, USB 1.1, PC Sync, MotoSync™, Mobile Phone Tools, PTT/PTV

MOTOSLVR L9 is expected to be available in Q2 2007. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners© Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.

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