DTLL, Inc. Announces Letter of Intent with Apollo Diamond, Inc. and Apollo Advanced Nano-Diamond Corporation

    BOSTON, May 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- DTLL, Inc.
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   DTLI), Apollo Diamond, Inc., a privately-held company
 located in Boston, Massachusetts, and Apollo Advanced Nano-Diamond
 Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Apollo Diamond, Inc., today jointly
 announced their execution of a letter of intent to enter into a Cooperative
 Technology Agreement (the "Agreement") pursuant to which Apollo will sell to
 DTLL diamonds and diamond materials produced by Apollo, and DTLL will research
 and develop, in cooperation with Apollo Advanced Nano-Diamond Corporation,
 various nano-technology applications of the material provided by Apollo in the
 field of use of micro and nano electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS) and
 quantum computing (the "Field of Use").  Upon execution of the Agreement,
 DTLL, Inc. will issue to Apollo Diamond, Inc. 10,000,000 shares of common
 stock in DTLL, Inc. and to Apollo Diamond, Inc. and its shareholders an
 aggregate of 5.5 million warrants to purchase shares of DTLL common stock at
 $7.50 per share.  DTLL will have the right to market and sell any products
 developed under the Agreement and will pay to Apollo a fee, based on a to-be
 negotiated percentage of net sales.
     Apollo Diamond, Inc. is an emerging leader in the production of diamonds
 and diamond materials.  It has developed proprietary technology to produce
 large, single-crystal diamonds of exceptional quality in a controlled process
 environment.  Apollo Diamond, Inc. was originally formed in 1990 and is
 privately-held.  In 2004, Apollo Diamond, Inc. formed Apollo Advanced Nano-
 Diamond Corporation to focus on bringing Apollo's highly specialized diamond
 materials into a number of key nanotechnology applications.  Diamonds'
 physical properties make them uniquely suited for many nanotechnology
 applications including quantum computing, a next-generation computing
 technology, and micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS) that
 are used to make increasingly small devices such as filters, sensors and
 transducers.
     The CEO of DTLL, Inc. commented "we internally initiated an exploration of
 possible nanotechnology opportunities several months ago and believe the
 opportunity presented by the ability to use Apollo's technology provides our
 company with a highly unique and potentially extremely favorable value
 proposition for our shareholders."  He also added, "we are not alone in
 recognizing the vast potential of Apollo material; in 2002, Apollo received
 the U.S. Navy Department's prestigious Berman Award for the breakthroughs its
 material enabled in the field of quantum computing."
     The Agreement between DTLL, Inc., Apollo Diamond, Inc. and Apollo Advanced
 Nano-Diamond Corporation is subject to a variety of contingencies including
 the negotiation of a definitive agreement and its approval and execution by
 the respective entities.  The business plan of DTLL, Inc. based on the
 Cooperative Technology Agreement may not be successful due to numerous
 factors, for example, the diamonds and diamond materials produced by Apollo
 Diamond, Inc. will prove not to be suitable or viable in the area of
 nanotechnology, nanotechnology may not offer the business opportunities
 anticipated by the parties, or DTLL will not be able to obtain additional
 financing to implement the Cooperative Technology Agreement successfully.
     Further information regarding DTLL, Inc. can be obtained by contacting its
 CEO at 763.574.8392.  Apollo Diamond, Inc. information can be obtained at the
 website maintained by such entity at http://www.ApolloDiamond.com.
 
     Forward-Looking Statements Under Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933
     This announcement contains statements regarding the Cooperative Technology
 Agreement ("Agreement") between DTLL, Inc., Apollo Diamond, Inc. and Apollo
 Advanced Nano-Diamond Corporation that constitute forward-looking statements
 within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933. These
 statements appear in a number of places in this release and involve a variety
 of risks and uncertainties, known and unknown, including, among others, the
 risk that (i) the parties will not agree on the final terms and conditions of
 the Agreement and will not execute the Cooperative Technology Agreement, (ii)
 the diamonds and diamond materials produced by Apollo, Inc. may prove not to
 be suitable or viable in the area of nanotechnology, (iii) nanotechnology may
 not offer the business opportunities anticipated by the parties, and (iv) DTLL
 will not be able to obtain additional financing to implement the Agreement
 successfully.  Investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking
 statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and
 uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those
 projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of the various factors
 discussed herein.
 
 

SOURCE DTLL, Inc.

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