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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

With 675,000 DOWNLOADS in 91 COUNTRIES GPS TRACKING APPS LEADER GTX Corp LAUNCHES 3 NEW GPS AND LBS APPS

GPS Tracking Apps keep you connected to everyone, everywhere…

Los Angeles, California September 28, 2010--GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO.OB) business unit LOCiMOBILE, Inc. is launching a series of GPS and personal location - based “apps” and web services solidifying its leadership position in the mobile LBS market, which mobile carriers are calling “Pure Gold”.

The new apps all have a GPS component and are designed to add the “where is” factor to functionality. A potential block-buster, the Company launched on the Android market place Phone Tracking ™ in case you loose or misplace your phone. More than 70 million phones are reported lost or stolen in the US each year but while the loss of a phone may be annoying the loss of personal and business data could be devastating. This $4.99 app is designed to work in the background and can be activated to turn on remotely in the event you misplace your phone. The real-time tracking and recovery feature is activated by either texting your phone or by going to the Company viewing portal www.gpstrackingapps.com The cool part is this app is actually activated remotely by texting your phone a PIN or password. Upon receipt of the password your phone will begin sending its location coordinates back to the website every minute or to the phone you are texting from, after each text request.

The Company is also about to launch a new live tracking version of its popular Tracking App which will work in the background on Apples 4.0 OS. Live Tracking ™ already available on Android and BB will be part of the web-based service and offers cross-platform, real-time GPS tracking of friends and family, kids and co-workers.

Entering the photography category GPS Camera ™ which GEO tags and time stamps your photos and enables you to upload them to Facebook or email to friends is expected to go live on iTunes any day. “The ability to see all your digital pictures 5 years from now, displaying exactly where and when that great shot was taken, is a modern adaptation of our parents writing on the back of that old black and white photo (Grand Canyon Spring 1977)” said Carlos Briceno VP of Business Development.

With Juniper Research supporting the theory that mobile LBS is going to become disruptive technology and could drive revenues to more than 12.7 billion with 1 billion smart phones by 2014, the Company is aggressively increasing app development and launching new apps, positioning for a strong presence in the mobile market with a diverse product line, increased global user base, brand recognition and revenues.

About GTX Corp with you ®

GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO.OB) a leader in embedded real-time GPS Tracking personal location services (PLS) was founded in 2002 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Known for its game changing patented micro GPS device in a shoe – the patented GPS Smart Shoe™ and its block buster smartphone GPS Tracking App which hit number two on the iTunes top grossing chart, the Company continues to pave the way with innovative geo specific and proximity alerting applications that help you know where someone or something is at the touch of a button. Committed to being the "better people finder", GTX Corp owns and operates LOCiMOBILE, Inc. which develops location based social networks (LBSN) mobile applications for smart phones, Code Amber News Service, and Code Amber Alertag. The Company has an aggressive intellectual property strategy and owns an extensive portfolio of patents, patents pending, registered trademarks, copyrights and website properties. GTX Corp is well positioned to capture the PLS Market through its diverse product platform, licensing model, brand recognition, traction in the market and strategic partners.

For information regarding GTX Corp: www.gtxcorp.com please contact:

MEDIA: Suzy Ginsburg,

713.334.2357

suzy@gcomworks.com

Investor Relations:
213.489.3019 ext 646

ir@gtxcorp.com

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

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Do you know what the Most Innovative Location Device is?

No it’s not a compass or an astrolabe. It’s not semaphore or a smoke signal. Not an RFID tag or a neon sign or phosphorous flare either.

Give up?

It’s the GPS Smart Shoe recently mentioned in Forbes Magazine, developed by GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO.OB) and licensed to Aetrex Worldwide. Yes, a shoe…well a very smart shoe as it can tell a caregiver the precise location, bearing, history, speed and altitude of an Alzheimer’s victim that has eloped or wandered. No small feat – pun intended – to reduce the overwhelming stress on the millions of victim caregivers while potentially saving thousands from injuries and death owing to exposure, accidents and criminal activity. The GPS Shoe also reduces the manpower drain on municipal services; fire, police and welfare agencies often enlisted to locate the mentally ill.

While a Finalist in the Most Innovative Location Device category of the Locations & Beyond Summit and the People’s Choice Awards is a wonderful acknowledgment for the years GTXO invested in developing the solution and the promise that Aetrex has made in bringing the Shoe to market…the real winners are those touched by this devastating disease for which there is no cure, but now have a new measure of hope.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

GPS Smart Shoe™ Nominated for Most Innovative Location Device

Los Angeles, California September 21, 2010--GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO.OB) has been selected as a Finalist in the Most Innovative Location Device category of the Locations & Beyond Summit and the People’s Choice Awards. The audience at the Summit will vote and The People’s Choice Award winners will be announced on October 6, 2010 at the 4th Annual Locations & Beyond Summit Awards ceremony in San Francisco at the St. Regis Hotel, during the CTIA Wireless Enterprise and Applications 2010 conference. “I would like to congratulate GTX Corp for being chosen as a Fast-Pitch finalist for the Most Innovative Location Device category, and I wish them the best of luck in being chosen for a People’s Choice Award by the Summit attendees,” said Kanwar Chadha, chief marketing officer and board member of CSR and founder of SiRF. “Locations & Beyond Summit is a strategic forum for the key decision makers of the connected location industry to have thought provoking discussions on the future of our industry, and Fast-Pitch finalists represent the cutting-edge technologies, products services that have the potential to transform our industry.”

The annual Locations & Beyond summit, formerly known as Location 2.0, is the platform where the local business leaders gather to discuss the current and future trends, share ideas, elaborate the innovations and create an integrated approach to resolve issues which are of common interest. Despite being young, the summit has gained immense prominence in the industry circle because of the convergence of knowledge, technology, people and innovations in a single stage.

“GTX Corp and Aetrex have been gearing up for the launch of the patented GPS Smart Shoe ™, and we are thrilled to be recognized as a technological leader with this nomination for most innovative location device in 2010,” says Patrick Bertagna, CEO and founder of GTX Corp.

GTX Corp delivers innovative 2 way GPS tracking solutions through their licensing models and direct to consumer channels on the iPhone and Android App markets.

About GTX Corp with you ®

GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO.OB) a leader in embedded real-time GPS Tracking personal location services (PLS) was founded in 2002 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Known for its game changing patented micro GPS tracking device in a shoe – the GPS Smart Shoe ™ and its block buster smartphone GPS Tracking App which hit number two on the iTunes top grossing chart, the Company continues to pave the way with innovative geo specific and proximity alerting applications that help you stay connected and know where someone or something is at the touch of a button. Committed to being the "better people finder", GTX Corp owns and operates LOCiMOBILE, Inc. which develops location based social networks (LBSN) mobile applications for smart phones, Code Amber News Service, and Code Amber Alertag. The Company has an aggressive intellectual property strategy and owns an extensive portfolio of patents, patents pending, registered trademarks, copyrights and website properties. GTX Corp is well positioned to capture the PLS Market through its diverse product platform, licensing model, brand recognition, traction in the market and strategic partners.

For more information: www.gtxcorp.com

Media Contact:

Suzy Ginsburg

713.334.2357

suzy@gcomworks.com

Investor Relations:

213.489.3019 ext 646
ir@gtxcorp.com

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.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

19.2 Billion or 20 bucks?

The government has mandated that all medical records be converted from paper to digital records over the next few years. They have also budgeted 19.2 billion dollars in stimulus money to be handed out to help defray the cost of doing so. Those are your tax dollars by the way. The cost could rise to over 27 billion dollars over the next 10 years.

"A big part of where the government is going is to try to make the data flow more freely amongst providers and hospitals so that your data goes with you instead of staying with the hospital or doctor," said Dr. Michael Swiernik, UCLA Director of Medical Information.

Sounds great, right? But what actually has to happen to make it work?

Currently, some hospitals are making their patient information systems available to their participating doctors so the medical records can be shared and updated between them. It’s a start but not how the program is supposed to work. See Dr. Swiernik’s statement above. Your data is supposed to go with you, not just “staying with the hospital or doctor”.

For the program to work as proposed there has to be a centralized data base that contains all of the electronic medical records for every patient that is accessible by every doctor, clinic, hospital etc. Also, each doctor, hospital, clinic etc. must update the database anytime the patient’s information changes. Updates are the easy part.

Each health care provider must input the patients’ information to create the database. There is the rub. Who goes first? Who starts the process of putting your medical records into the database? How is the database accessed? What equipment is required? How does your doctor get registered as an authorized health care provider in the system?

Do you think that your doctor has the staff or the time and equipment to input every one of their patients' information into that database? Probably not.

Here is a simple $20 solution to a multi billion dollar problem - Code Amber Alertag.

My personal medical records are available to any doctor, hospital, emergency room, EMT or clinic I choose to give access. Anywhere in the world.

When I got my Alertag I simply went to the web site and entered my personal medical information into the secure (256 bit encryption – just like my bank) server. There are two types of information, public and private.

The public information is accessible by entering my ten digit security code on the secure web page and is intended to be used by emergency personnel, like EMT’s and emergency room staff, if I am in an accident or otherwise incapacitated. Public information includes any allergies, conditions, treatments or my current medications. This information enables emergency personnel to treat me appropriately based on my current information.

The public information also provides emergency contact information so they can contact my wife for access to my private records, by entering my PIN on the secure web site, if I can’t give it to them and they need additional information on my conditions. And my wife will be glad to know where I am and that I am being taken care of properly.

My private medical records area contains extensive information regarding my medical history over my entire life time. All of this information I entered myself, including images of old x-rays, and now can be maintained by me and my doctors.

Of course I also got Alertags for my wife, my daughter, son-in-law and my two beautiful granddaughters.

To sum it up we are in total control of our personal medical records and you can be too. They are available instantly anywhere in the world and it only cost me 20 bucks each.

So that’s how you can solve a 19 billion dollar problem with a $20 product.