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-Mobile Subsidiary, CHL Technologies Inc., Signs Agreement With Newpalm Information Technology Co. Ltd, a Division of Chinadotcom Corporation
October 05, 2005 16:01:32 (ET)
FRISCO, Texas, Oct 05, 2005 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Phillip Barber, CEO of E-Mobile Information Technologies, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: EMTK), has announced today that CHL Technologies has signed an agreement with Newpalm Information Technology Co. Ltd, the leading SMS provider in China. Through this agreement, CHL will provide mobile book content and Newpalm will provide a mobile wireless entertainment platform that enables final cell phone users to access these contents through mobile service providers. CHL's billing channel continues to expand as this agreement enables both SMS payment and WAP payment.
Established in April of 2000, Newpalm is a leading short message service (SMS) provider in China with offices in Beijing, Tianjing and Nanjing. Newpalm has a presence in 30 local markets and currently has service agreements signed with China Mobile and China Unicom within these markets. The company has over 200 dedicated employees, with over 50% of them working in research and development. During March of 2003, Newpalm was acquired by Hongkong.com (http://www.hongkong.com/
), the leading Asian Internet media, communications and interactive services company, and an 81% owned subsidiary of Chinadotcom Corporation (CHINA, Trade) http://www.china.com/
For more information on Newpalm, visit their website at http://www.newpalm.com/eng/aboutus/aboutus.htm
About E-Mobile Information Technologies and its CHL and RF Tune subsidiaries
E-Mobile is an emerging leader in the broadband mobile content market through its operating subsidiary CHL Technologies. Taking a different road from most application and content groups whose primary focus is Java, SMS and MMS, CHL focuses on developing and distributing innovative mobile applications and wireless value added services for Smartphones, Symbian, KJava and Pocket PC. The result is that CHL Technologies is ahead of its competitors in ready applications and content for these new systems placing the company in an excellent position for the emerging 3G content market. CHL has committed to becoming the leading provider of these high tech content services internationally. http://www.chltec.com http://www.mbook.com.cn
E-Mobile's wholly-owned subsidiary RF Tune is a fables RF IC development stage manufacturing company which is in the process of transitioning to operating status. RF Tune has wireless system, technology agnostic patented beam forming (MIMO) intellectual property, chip design and ICs for the 802.11/Wi-Fi market in development. RF Tune's technology enabling it to produce chips as a replacement for cell phone antennas reduces the current cost charged by antenna suppliers to cell phone manufacturers by approximately 83% while enhancing the quality of cell phone reception and reducing the number of a user's dropped calls. http://www.rftune.com
Any statements in this release that are not statements of fact may be considered "forward-looking statements" as that term is defined under the securities law in the United States. Forward-looking statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual events or results.
E-Mobile Technologies, Inc.
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