ORLANDO, Florida and RAANANA, Israel, March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/
-- In a repeat of its win last month at 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona,
emoze again bested BlackBerry(TM) in a mobile push email showdown held here
at the CTIA Wireless 2007.
The duel, held yesterday at high noon, pitted two duelers - one
equipped with a standard mobile phone, and another with his BlackBerry
device, to determine which could send emails quickest and most securely. In
front of a crowd of more than 100 convention goers, both "email
gunslingers" stood back to back, walked three paces and fired a blank email
to a Gmail account that was opened for the live demonstration. A large
screen depicting the Gmail in-box revealed emoze as the clear winner.
"This demonstration served as a very public launch for our latest
global email breakthrough, a new free mobile push email service that
doesn't require users to leave their PCs or MACs on," said Benny Ballin,
emoze chief executive officer. "Now, virtually any mobile user with a
data-enabled phone and a data plan from their carrier, can use our
web-access central server to enjoy the benefits of free push email,
calendar and contacts.
By downloading emoze from www.emoze.com, mobile users can transform
their devices to send and receive mobile email and personal information
management (PIM) data in real-time - anytime, anywhere. All you need is a
compatible phone and a data package from a mobile operator.
emoze turns mobile phones and mobile devices in to fully functional
personal communication devices with a single, simple and free download for
the individual user. It delivers real-time, secure synchronization of
emails, calendars, contacts and tasks - pushing data and updates to you
anytime, anywhere using any mobile service provider network or WiFi and all
leading brands of mobile device. Download, registration and use of emoze
are all free for the individual user. Users need a data package from their
mobile service provider. emoze supports all popular email data sources
(e.g. Lotus Notes and Domino Servers, Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, POP3
and Web-Access) and mobile device operating systems, and provides a simple
user interface and high level security for emails and data.
As a spin-off of Emblaze in 2006, emoze has users in almost every
country worldwide. emoze is a subsidiary of the Emblaze Group (LSE: BLZ).
For more information, please visit www.emoze.com. Stay connected with emoze
- wherever you are!
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Editor's Note: Photos of the shootout are available upon request.
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