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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

MNX nominates GTX Corp to provide secure 2-way GPS real-time tracking of Medical and Bio-Pharmaceutical Shipments

Global and Domestic Shipping with No Limits - a New Market Sector for GTX Corp

Los Angeles, California October 27, 2009 GTX Corp, a leader in embedded GPS real-time personal location services and MNX a worldwide specialty courier headquartered in Los Angeles with 27 offices in 8 countries, have entered into an exclusive product test agreement to develop an industry first, proprietary GPS enabled transport container. Over the following 2 quarters the Companies will collaborate on product development, market analysis and global testing. The business of Life Science, Medical and Pharmaceutical transportation is on the rise, increasing the need to connect globally outsourced service providers with medical and clinical research facilities. MNX is making the investment to become a leader in providing a fast, accurate and trackable chain-of-custody solution to the sector with a GPS solution empowered by GTX Corp. This market represents one of MNX’s fastest growing sectors and with the implementation of this new technology, they expect to increase their market share of this multibillion dollar vertical market.

“With this GPS technology we can address any inquiry about the location and path of the thousands of shipments we manage for our customers. By enabling our clients with real time GPS location tracking of their shipments, MNX will offer a unique layer of service, security, temperature integrity and reliability” said Scott Cannon MNX CEO — “This will be a significant improvement over anything else available in the industry and we are excited about the opportunity to become a pioneer and work with GTX Corp.”

The GTX Corp 2-way GPS platform is already being used to track athletes, seniors and children, so this was a natural progression for the Company to formulate a partnership with MNX and enter into the monitoring of high valued assets such as medical and pharmaceutical shipments. “Introducing our PLS platform into a 4th vertical market represents a major milestone for the Company. This partnership leads to the continuing global deployment of our products, IP and platform licensing,” states Patrick Bertagna CEO of GTX Corp.

“By realizing that Scott was continuing to build MNX by investing heavily in technology to provide better service for their customers provided the common ground for this initiative. Listening and gaining an understanding of how MNX worked, allowed us to create an outline to provide a feasible, cost effective global solution for MNX, utilizing the GTX Corp platform.” states Patrick Aroff an advisor to the Company who over the past 9 months helped cultivate the partnership with MNX CEO Scott Cannon and GTX Corp.

About GTX:

GTX Corp (GTXO.OB) develops 2-way GPS technologies that seamlessly integrate with enterprise and consumer applications. Embedding miniaturized tracking and cellular location technology, the Company offers a GPS location platform that enables real time tracking of people, pets and high value assets through its customizable transceiver module, wireless connectivity gateway, middleware, smart phone Apps and viewing portal. Founded in 2002 and based in Los Angeles, California, the company continues to develop innovative geo-specific and proximity alerting solutions. The Company has an extensive portfolio of patents, patents pending, registered trademarks, and copyrights.

About MNX:

MNX provides critical and security sensitive global transportation and logistics services to diverse industries including entertainment & media, aviation, consumer products, financial & government, high tech, life sciences, medical devices, and 4 PL shipping. Formerly known as Midnite Express, MNX offers services in three key areas: express, supply chain, and freight.

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For more information regarding GTX Corp, please contact:

Ross Silver

Investor Relations

(310) 744-5268

Joel Margulies

Public Relations
(310) 433 0299

For more information regarding MNX, please contact:


Scott Cannon


(310) 256-3457

GTX Corp does not warrant or represent that the unauthorized use of materials drawn from the content of this document will not infringe rights of third parties who are not owned or affiliated by GTX Corp. Further GTX Corp cannot be held responsible or liable for the unauthorized use of this document’s content by third parties.

Friday, October 23, 2009


EIGHT BILLION MINUTES SPENT ON FACEBOOK DAILY: More than 8 billion minutes are spent on Facebook every day, Facebook executive Mike Schroepfer said in a talk Wednesday at the Web 2.0 Summit here. Some 2 billion pieces of content are shared every week, and 2 billion photos are uploaded each month--1.2 million served per second on a "peak day," he said. Five billion calls to Facebook's application program interface (API) were made on Tuesday. It's huge: Schroepfer, Facebook's vice president of engineering, was focused on talking about the challenges of scaling a social network to the more than 300 million active users it has today. "Is social media a time waster or a new and better way to communicate? We’re in the early stages still; I think well find its the latter, said Maryanne Conlin co-head of Levine Communications Office Social Media Division LCO 2.0.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

iLOCi2 Version 1.3 Released

iLOCi2 Version 1.3 Released

The popular GPS App for iPhone, iLOCi2, released version 1.3 today. Now with double the fun! Locate up to 16 contacts with the click of a button. Much faster than a text message or a phone call, iLOCi2 gives you the exact location of your contacts on a Google map, instantly at the touch of a button. If you already have iLOCi2, simply download the upgrade to enable 16 contacts. If you don’t have it yet, you can download it at the iTunes app store.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Code Amber and WildFireWeb adds 130,000 schools to the widening syndication of its missing persons' alert network – Code Amber endorsed by Marc Klaas

MANDEVILLE, LA, October 13 –Code Amber the nation's leading missing persons alert news service, a wholly owned subsidiary of GTX Corp (GTXO.OB), expands its multimillion viewer reach with the addition of a new affiliate; WildFireWeb which offers WebSchoolPro free school websites to all 130,000 public and private K-12 schools nationwide.

The cumulative web pages of each K-12 school reach a total audience of over one million in 33 States and Washington DC. Hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and parents are now being notified by the Code Amber Missing Persons Alert News Service. This is a significant new partnership for Code Amber as it continues to expand its reach and audience through partnerships and with the recent launch of Code Mobile available direct on iPhone, Blackberry and Google smart phones. "As a missing person may move from one state to another, these relationships provide the network to syndicate alerts across state lines. This service is unique to the Code Amber News Service and its localized Code Mobile proximity alerts. Working together they will support local law enforcement agencies in their efforts for a speedy recovery of missing persons," said Bryant Harper, President of the Code Amber News Service and Code Mobile.

On the heels of this new partnership with WildFireWeb and the launch of Code Mobile, Marc Klaas, renowned child advocate who established the KlaasKids Foundation, has made himself available to parents of kidnapped children, and has appeared frequently on Larry King Live, CNN Headline News, and Nancy Grace, created this You Tube video. The endorsement of Code Amber by Mr. Klaas is an affirmation that Code Amber and Marc Klaas are committed to the relentless pursuit of making a difference when it comes to the safety and welfare of missing persons.

The U.S. Department of Justice reports 797,500 children (younger than 18) were reported missing in a one-year period of time studied; resulting in an average of 2,185 children being reported missing each day with 203,900 children were the victims of family abductions and 58,200 children were the victims of non-family abductions.

"There is no more important thing we can do as a society than look out for each other's children," said Diane Dimond -- nationally known reporter, respected commentator, and frequent guest on CNN who also has a Code Amber endorsement video on You Tube.

About Code Amber News Service (CANS) and Code Mobile

Since 2002 CANS has reached an audience of 1.9 billion through its web site tickers and point of display feeds presented through our strategic relationships; including other media outlets, retail merchants, internet service providers, corporate sponsors, affiliate partners, federal, state and local agencies as well as concerned citizens. and Code Mobile now reach over 500,000 web sites and personal desktops with the Code Amber Ticker across the US and Canada. No other news means so much to so many. CANS is a wholly owned subsidiary of GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO), a leader in two-way GPS / Personal Location Services, committed to pioneering, creating, and delivering personal location solutions empowering the global community.

About WildFireWeb

WildFireWeb, Inc. provides innovative web-based technology solutions for business, education, and nonprofit organizations. Headquartered in Petaluma, Calif., the company was founded in 2005 by Blaine Transue and Steve Sweet, who have assisted education communities with technology services and support for more than 20 years. For more information, visit or or call 707-789-0769.

About Marc Klaas

In the aftermath of the October.1, 1993 kidnap and murder of his twelve-year-old daughter Polly, Marc Klaas gave up his lucrative rental car franchise to pursue an aggressive child safety agenda. In announcing the formation of the non-profit KlaasKids Foundation in September, 1994, Mr. Klaas said, "We can give meaning to Polly's death and create a legacy in her name that will be protective of children for generations to come by pursuing the singular mission of stopping crimes against children."

For more information regarding GTX Corp, please contact:

Ross Silver
Investor Relations
(213) 489.3019 ext 646

Joel Margulies
Public Relations
310 433 0299

GTX Corp does not warrant or represent that the unauthorized use of materials drawn form the content of this document will not infringe rights of third parties who are not owned or affiliated by GTX Corp. Further GTX Corp cannot be held responsible or liable for the unauthorized use of this document’s content by third parties unknown to the company

Monday, October 5, 2009

The abduction of Elizabeth Smart

The abduction of Elizabeth Smart was a depraved assault against us all. It took away the sanctuary that each of our homes was supposed to provide our loved ones. Patrick Bertagna set out to develop a solution and founded GTX Corp technology that would afford each of us embedded GPS monitoring solutions that would discretely provide our location on a smart phone, PDA or computer. Nine months of terror could have been reduced to nine seconds, nine minutes or nine hours, but not nine months.

SALT LAKE CITY October 1st, 2009 @ 8:56pm -- It was a moment six years in the making. Elizabeth Smart took the stand at U.S. District Court Thursday during a competency hearing for her accused kidnapper Brian David Mitchell.

For two hours, the 21-year-old recounted the details from the nine months she was held in captivity. [CLICK HERE to read Elizabeth Smart's entire testimony]

She testified Brian David Mitchell came into her bedroom on the night of June 5, 2002, held a knife to her throat and told her to get up quietly, or he'd kill her and her family.

She said he told her to get her shoes on. When she reached for slip-on shoes, he told her to get some tennis shoes.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Code Amber Alerts on Your iPhone and iPod Touch

This is not your uncle Olaf's Volvo..

Code Amber has been publishing Amber Alert and Missing Endangered Alerts on the Web since August of 2002. We have over 440,000 participating web sites and desktops in our syndication network.

Now we have released our Code Mobile Amber Alerts and Missing Endangered Alerts App for iPhone and iPod Touch.

This is not an interface to a web site. Using the iPhone's GPS capabilities we know where the phone is and "Push" a notification to phones in the vicinity of the Alert. All Alerts for the US and Canada are viewable but if you are in the area you will get notified.

Our goal is to mobilize an entire community proactively when a child, a senior or a developmentally disadvantaged person is missing.

Imagine an entire community being notified and on the lookout within minutes of someone in danger going missing.

The App is free and available here

More information on Code Amber and Code Mobile is available at

For more iPhone Apps that use GPS to keep people connected check out

Code Amber, putting "Smart eyes on the street"