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Photo Release -- Lex & Terry Show Gives Shopping Cart 'Extreme Makeover' With $3,000 Worth of Electronic Equipment to Donate to Homeless
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 16, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Think "Extreme Makeover" meets "Down and Out in Beverly Hills"...meets "Pimp My Ride". On Feb. 17, Lex Staley and Terry Jaymes, co-hosts of the nationally syndicated The Lex & Terry Morning Radio Network (www.lexandterry.com), will present an unsuspecting person-in-need with a fully functional, solar-powered customized "shopping" cart worth $3,000. The vehicle includes: a top of the line stereo system, LCD color TV, time and temperature gauge, theft alarm, GPS Tracking System, refrigerator/heater, headlights, a can crusher, and much, much more -- all sitting upon brand new 10" wheels.
FaceKey Corp. to Provide Ultra Security Suite Service
SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 16, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- FaceKey Corporation (Pink Sheets:FEKY), a biometrics technology provider, announced the release of the Company's Ultra Security Suite Service (USS). The USS is a biometric-based system which utilizes face and fingerprint recognition to provide access control for secure areas, PC's or servers. The service encompasses both hardware and software which will be customized and installed in the customer's facility and computers or servers.
Neoware Systems at LinuxWorld
KING OF PRUSSIA, Penn., Feb. 16, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- At the Linux World Conference & Expo in Boston, Mass., Neoware Systems (Nasdaq:NWRE), the leading supplier of award-winning software, services, and appliances for thin client computing, today announced the company has solidified its role as the worldwide leader in Linux thin client solutions. Neoware is the global leader in Linux thin clients with more than 40% market share of this segment of the PC market -- nearly four times its nearest competitor, according to industry analysts. Neoware is expanding their line of Linux thin client solutions including the innovative thin client devices and software for personal computers.