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REDMOND, Wash., July 28, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
CoroWare Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of CoroWare, Inc. (OTCBB:COWI), today announced availability of CoroWare NameTag™, a software application that lets video conferencing users customize their webcam experience.
Business meeting attendees participating in a multi-person video conference call using Skype Beta 5.0 or CoroCall typically need to request and record the name and affiliation of everyone as they join the meeting.
Using CoroWare NameTag™, attendees can identify themselves with their name, title and location, as well as their organization's logo, in a way that is easy to use and professional in appearance.
"As affordable multi-point video conferencing services - such as Skype Beta 5.0 and CoroCall – are used for day-to-day business, end-users are increasingly looking for solutions that enhance their meeting experience," said Josh Sherman, Telepresence Business Unit Manager. "Our early adopter release of CoroWare NameTag™ will give end-users the opportunity to provide feedback on the current release and participate in feature enhancement discussions with our product development team."
CoroWare NameTag™ is available today on Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 desktop platforms. A 30 day free trial version can be downloaded for free by going to the following web link:
For questions about CoroWare NameTag™, please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-641-CORO (2676), option 1.
Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, CoroWare is a solutions integrator with expertise in affordable telepresence and mobile robotics. For more information on CoroWare's products and services, please visit
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http://www.sec.gov/about/laws/sea34.pdf(Sec. 21E p. 223).