latest news releases from the newsroom
User-Created Mobile Messaging Clubs on SMS.ac Exceed 150,000 Milestone
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Millions of mobile phone users around the world are congregating to use their handsets with the objective of exchanging thoughts on subjects ranging from music, romance, politics...even the Universal Jedi Religion (for you Star Wars fans). This global mobile audience is meeting at a wireless junction called SMS.ac (www.sms.ac), where the world's largest community of mobile phone users is averaging approximately 1 million people that join its smsClubs each month in 2004 (www.sms.ac/clubs).
TalkingStocks.com Issues Investment Rating of `Accumulate' for Isonics Corporation
DALLAS, Oct. 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- TalkingStocks.com announces that Senior Investment Analyst, Jeff Bishop, has issued an investment rating of `Accumulate' for Isonics Corporation (Nasdaq:ISON). Mr. Bishop in the report issued today said, "Isonics appears to be a solid investment at current levels. We feel there has been no material change in the company's fundamentals to warrant the latest price decline. The firm has merely fallen victim to adverse market conditions. In fact, the recent news from the company encourages us that it is still on track to deliver its innovative products."
Auction Mills Inc.
Auction Mills Company Update
DALLAS, Oct. 6, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Auction Mills Inc. (Pink Sheets:AUML) is proud to announce the successful openings of the first company-owned stores in Dallas and McKinney, Texas. Among general walk-in traffic, a large number of the majority of visitors to date have been business-to-business customers and investors. The recent partnering with Infopia continues to be on target with the companies projected timeline in preparation for franchise roll-outs in early 2005. Applications are continually being improved via the soft openings, and developments will continue as more customers bring their items in for sale, now that the stores are open for walk-in traffic.
Microsemi Sues Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) For Patent Infringement
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 6, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq:MSCC) announced today that it is filing a patent infringement lawsuit against Monolithic Power Systems, Inc. (MPS) in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Microsemi brings this suit to allege that MPS should stop illegally using Microsemi's patented technology and should provide monetary relief for unauthorized use of Microsemi's intellectual property.