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Terraplay Systems AB
Indiagames Selects Terraplay MOVE Platform for Connected Gaming
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 5, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Mumbai-based mobile games publisher Indiagames has selected Swedish middleware provider Terraplay to supply server solutions for its offering of connected and multiplayer gaming. Indiagames will launch several connected and multiplayer games later this year using the recently launched MOVE 3.0 platform from Terraplay. MOVE 3.0 will allow Indiagames to use features such as in-game community with gamer tags, high score, tournaments, matchmaking, game rooms; turn-based and real time multiplayer, and in-game content download.
New Engines for Euro 4 and Euro 5 -- Some of the Many New Scania products
SODERTALJE, Sweden, Sept. 5, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scania now presents a wide range of engines that meet the Euro 4 emissions standard coming into force throughout the EU from October next year. In addition, engine versions complying with the 2009 requirements (Euro 5) will be launched in 2006. Another item of engine-related news is the market's most powerful V8, with a power output of 620 hp. In addition there is a completely new range of gearboxes and extended Fleet Management services.
ATA Airlines, Inc.
ATA Airlines Participates in Federal Airlift Effort
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 4, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- On Monday, Sept. 5, a crew of ATA Airlines, Inc. (Pink Sheets:ATAHQ) employee volunteers will arrive at Indianapolis International Airport after completing the last of three humanitarian flights into New Orleans. On Saturday, Sept. 3, an ATA Boeing 737-800 departed for New Orleans from Indianapolis International Airport at 2 p.m. to transport the first group of evacuees to Austin, Texas. During the flight, the evacuees received ATA children's backpacks, coloring books and new t-shirts, as well as in-flight meals that were donated by a local K-mart.
Media Advisory -- Alert to Pet Owners in Slidell, La.: Come to Heritage Park to Claim Rescued Animals or Report Stranded Pets
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Noah's Wish, a not-for-profit organization that works exclusively to rescue and shelter animals in disasters, is rescuing animals from evacuated homes in Slidell, Louisiana. The pets are being housed at a temporary animal shelter and Noah's Wish is working with Slidell Animal Control to coordinate the rescue of hundreds of abandoned and stranded pets in the city of Slidell. The Animal Control building sustained extensive damage during Hurricane Katrina. Noah's Wish staff and volunteers on the ground do not have phone, cell phone or web access at this time and are unable to communicate outside the Slidell area. Noah's Wish is asking that pet owners from Slidell not call or send email, as communication is limited. Pet owners who live in Slidell need to come to Heritage Park to report a lost or stranded pet. Noah's Wish staff will be at Heritage Park from 8am to 7pm every day for at least the next 3 weeks. Pet owners must come in person to determine if their pet is at the shelter, as the number of pets being rescued is expected to reach the hundreds.
Larry King Cardiac Foundation
The Larry King Cardiac Foundation Donates $25,000 to Aid Gulf Coast Cardiac Patients in Wake of Hurricane Disaster
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- In response to the overwhelming natural disaster unfolding in America's Gulf Coast, The Larry King Cardiac Foundation (LKCF) will contribute $25,000 to the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSU-HSC) Shreveport to support the hospital's cardiac care operation as they help those affected in southern Louisiana. The grant will be matched by an equal gift of $25,000 from Cordis Corporation (a division of Johnson & Johnson), who will also donate its breakthrough CYPHER(r) Sirolimus-eluting coronary stents as needed for the duration of the relief effort. Federal Express Corporation has also joined the effort and will be transporting the stents to the medical facility.