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Technest Holdings, Inc.
Technest Holdings Opens New Office in Dahlgren, VA, to Support Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division
BOSTON, June 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Technest Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:TCNH), a defense and homeland security company, announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, EOIR Technologies, Inc., has opened a new office in Dahlgren, VA, within the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD).
Quantech Electronics Corp.
Quantech and BUPA Negotiate on Blogging and Behavioral Modeling System
LONDON, June 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Quantech Electronics Corp. (Pink Sheets:QTCE), software developer for marketing communications, announced today that Quantech and BUPA, global insurance giant (www.bupa.co.uk), are negotiating terms for the assimilation of a beta version of Quantech's new blogging and behavioral model systems. BUPA, the U.K.'s leading provider of private health care insurance, hospitals and health care services, and Quantech are negotiating the terms for the combined assimilation of the beta version of Quantech's latest two developments.
Entertainment Games, Inc.
Cinemaware Marquee Ships Darwinia to Retailers
LANGHORNE, Pa., June 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Cinemaware Marquee, an affiliated label of eGames, Inc. (OTCBB:EGAM), has begun shipping the critically acclaimed PC game Darwinia(tm) to North American retailers. This award-winning title combines fast paced action with strategic battle planning, a novel and intuitive control mechanism, a graphical style ripped from 80's retro classics, and a truly unique story concerning a tribe of video game sprites trapped in a modern 3D game world.
SmallCap Sentinel: Revenues as Life
IRVINE, Calif., June 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- "For emergent companies there is rarely news more important than that of increased profits and revenues, not just in the obvious benefit of a sustaining influx of capital to the company, but also in the implied value to existing and prospective shareholders," stated SmallCap Sentinel analyst D.R. Clark. "Clearly, a year-to-year or quarter-to-quarter increase validates at least some element of the company's business plan in a stock market where ideas and products are often plied without sale for years on end."