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Glide Introduces Choice for Your Cell Phone: A Free Mobile Computing Alternative at GlideMobile.com

NEW YORK, June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Glide gives you anytime, anywhere access from your current cell phone to all of your files that reside on your PC, Mac and Linux work and home computers. On the phone and wireless carrier of your choice, you can access and share all of your videos, music, photos, documents, contacts, calendars and bookmarks. For handsets that support streaming media in your browser, you can turn your phone into a music and video jukebox.

NEW YORK, June 26 /PRNewswire/ — Glide gives you anytime, anywhere access from your current cell phone to all of your files that reside on your PC, Mac and Linux work and home computers. On the phone and wireless carrier of your choice, you can access and share all of your videos, music, photos, documents, contacts, calendars and bookmarks. For handsets that support streaming media in your browser, you can turn your phone into a music and video jukebox.

You can access Glide from your cell phone at www.GlideMobile.com without installing any software. Glide effectively transforms your cell phone into a personal computer. For example, when devices like the BlackBerry Curve 8300 and T-Mobile Wing with industry leading mobile keyboards meet Glide's industry leading media sharing platform, users can edit and purchase photos, create documents and convert to Word and PDF formats and even access and share all or any of their files from their home and work computers on their handsets. T- Mobile Wing, Samsung Blackjack and Palm Treo owners can even transform their phones into music and video jukeboxes and so on.

"Glide software helps you travel light and free yourself of secondary mobile devices," said TransMedia Chairman and CEO, Donald Leka.

Tomorrow, Glide adds support for the following phones. T-Mobile Wing (Supports Streaming Media)* BlackBerry Curve 8300 Nokia N95 (Supports Streaming Media)* Glide already supports the following phones. BlackBerry Pearl (8100) BlackBerry 8700 Cingular 8125 (Supports Streaming Media)* HP iPAQ HP hw6510 Motorola Razr V3 Motorola SLVR Motorola ROKR Motorola Q (Supports Streaming Media)* Nokia 9300 Nokia E62 (Supports Streaming Media) Nokia 6102i (Supports Streaming Media) Nokia 6682 (Supports Streaming Media) Palm Treo 650 Palm Treo 680 (Supports Streaming Media) Palm Treo 700P Palm Treo 700W (Supports Streaming Media) * Palm Treo 750 (Supports Streaming Media) * Palm LifeDrive Samsung Blackjack (Supports Streaming Media) * Samsung A707 (Supports Streaming Media) * Samsung D807 (Supports Streaming Media) Samsung A920 LG VX8100 LG VX8300 Sony Ericsson w600i Sony Ericsson w810i TMobile SDA (Supports Streaming Media) TMobile SideKick

In addition to Glide's entirely browser based application suite, local BREW and Java applications will be available for download to your handset on July 31st with local file syncing and media playback, photo and video capture and much more.

Glide Three Screen Home Entertainment Ecosystem

At a press conference tomorrow at the landmark Peninsula Hotel in NYC, Glide will demonstrate a customized Glide user interface for your TV with a toggling pie menu object oriented navigation system and an alternative list view menu system both ideally suited for your remote control. Glide brings personal computing capabilities to your TV.

Press contact: Marcus Farny TransMedia: http://www.transmediacorp.com Glide OS: http://glidedigital.com 212-675-6664 ext. 105 media@transmx.com

SOURCE TransMedia

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