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Airena Releases Public Beta Version of AirSet J2ME Mobile Phone Client at the Collaborative Technologies Conference

Transforms Standard Mobile Phones Into Networked Smartphones

BOSTON, June 22 / / -- Airena, Inc. today introduced the public beta version of its AirSet J2ME mobile client at the Collaborative Technologies Conference, where it is speaking on the "Tools for Mobility" panel.

AirSet enables people to keep their increasingly-overlapping work and home lives organized and in control, using a suite of shared web & mobile applications. Users share calendars, contacts and lists with those of friends, family, colleagues and social groups and access their data from PC's and mobile phones.

"AirSet is a survival kit for busy lives," said Airena SVP of Business Development, Lee Llevano. "Other services offer personal web-based contact management or calendars or to-do lists. But only AirSet delivers all three, giving users centralized access to the 'who, what, when, where and why' that drive their work and home lives.

"More importantly, AirSet enables true sharing and collaboration between members of groups, whether it's a two-person family or a 200-person club. It's ideal for SMB, SO/HO, entrepreneurs -- anybody juggling lots of competing obligations and struggling to keep themselves and others coordinated and in sync. And only AirSet lets users view and update their networked data from the one device that's always close at hand -- their mobile phone."

The AirSet web service and synchronization to Microsoft Outlook on desktop PC's are free. Mobile phone access requires the download of an AirSet mobile client. Those with J2ME-enabled handsets can visit the AirSet web site at to register and participate -- for free. Consumers with Brew-enabled handsets on the Verizon Wireless network can download a commercial version of AirSet Mobile from Verizon's "Get It Now" service for a nominal monthly fee.

The AirSet mobile client removes the fear of losing ones phone and all its phone numbers and other important data. Every user's calendar, address book, and to-do lists are backed up and automatically available on the AirSet website with no extra work or hassle.

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