DEMO Announces Lineup of New Technology Companies to Take the Stage at DEMO 09

FRAMINGHAM, MA – FEBRUARY 28, 2009 — The DEMO conference, known for launching some of the technology industry's biggest innovators, announced today that there will be 39 new products launched at DEMO 09. In its 19th year, the DEMO conference has hand selected the 39 companies that will be demonstrating their new products in six-minute live stage demonstrations to an audience of media, investors, and fellow entrepreneurs from around the globe. DEMO 09 will be hosted by Chris Shipley who will be joined on-stage for the first time ever by new co-executive producer, VentureBeat's founder and CEO Matt Marshall. The conference kicks off on March 1-3 in Palm Desert, California. Register to attend at http://www.demo.com.

DEMO is about innovative products that bring new ideas and business models to the market, or that challenge existing players in the market. DEMO continues to serve as the launch pad for emerging technology while providing insight to an audience of powerful influencers.

Various products launching at DEMO 09 include:

— a portable device that works as both a netbook and a touchscreen tablet;

— a network of small, battery powered wireless cameras that stream video

directly to the Internet;

— a commerce-based networking solution that allows subscribers to send

various forms of content via Bluetooth;

— a personal email assistant to initiate and sort through emails and parse

conversations, files, images, media, dates and places;

— a next-generation community management application;

— an intelligent, Web-based mortgage buying subscription service;

— a ubiquitous public forum for sharing information side-by-side on any

Web page;

— the first voice-to-text SMS application for the iPhone;

— a full-featured clinical application that gives transplant organizations

the tools to manage an active and scalable program;

— products from all over the world including Canada, France, Germany,

Great Britain, Switzerland, and Taiwan.

DEMO 09 Demonstrators

7 Billion People, Inc.; Austin, TX; www.7bpeople.com

Always Innovating, Inc.; Mountain View, CA; www.alwaysinnovating.com

AppZero Corp.; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; www.appzero.com

Asurion Mobile Applications, Inc.; San Mateo, CA; www.asurionmobile.com

Avaak, Inc.; San Diego, CA; www.Avaak.comBitGravity, Inc.; Burlingame, CA; www.bitgravity.com

bluBuzz, LLC; Holland, MI; www.blubuzz.net

Cc:Betty, Inc.; Palo Alto, CA; www.ccbetty.com

Citrix Online, Goleta, CA; www.citrixonline.com

Coveroo, Inc.; San Francisco, CA; www.coveroo.com

deskNET, Lausanne, CH; www.sobees.com

Document Depository Corp., LLC; Wayne, PA; www.docdep.com

eFormic, Ltd.; Stuttgart, DE; www.CO2code.info

Ensembli, Ltd.; Sheffield, Great Britain; www.ensembli.com

Evri, Inc.; Seattle, WA; www.evri.com

Gazaro, Inc.; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; www.gazaro.com

HAM-IT, Inc.; North Andover, MA; www.ham-it.com

Home-Account, Inc.; San Francisco, CA; www.home-account.com

HowSimple, LLC; Huntington Beach, CA; www.howsimple.com

Jadoos, Inc.; Sunnyvale, CA; www.jadoos.com

Kutano Corp.; Burnaby, BC, Canada; www.kutano.com

Liquid Media, LLC; Arvada, CO; www.liquidmediasw.com

Ontier, Inc.; Portland, OR; www.ontier.com

Primal Fusion, Inc.; Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; www.primalfusion.com

Promptu Systems Corp.; Menlo Park, CA; www.promptu.com

Purewire, Inc.; Atlanta, GA; www.purewire.com