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Nice move today. Looks like we have an up-trend in place. Hope we can sustain this rally. We still have a settlement issue that could happen any day & expecting it to go in our favor. If there's a PR that states Scanbuy has agreed to a licensing fee as part of the settlement this thing should fly.

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Whiz - I saw -and every time I try to add more it goes UP! THAT hasn't happened to me in a while. I'm on a wild ride over in GERS today - Made 2 bone-headed moves but I think I'll be ok and hopefully smiling big tomorrow!

Good Luck to us all!

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I only just recently heard of GERS.

Now I have it on my watch list as I really don't know anything about it.

NEOM's down today but I wi;; simply ride this out unless there's a monster spike. Only then will I take profits on some of my position.

My entire position has been bought at .0076 or below so I will hold a minimum of half that as a core.

Best of luck to us both.

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No News. Nice trading action today. NEOM may be setting up for a breakout!

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NEOMEDIA EUROPE AND IQ MOBILE CONNECT TELE.RING WITH YOUTH MARKET
campaign success highlights ease of mobile 2d barcode adoption

http://www.neom.com/press-detail.php?id=49

Vienna, October 19, 2009 – NeoMedia Europe AG, the leader in mobile barcode and scanning technology, today announces the successful completion of a youth-focused mobile barcode project across Austria. The campaign, delivered in partnership with the Alps and Southeast Europe mobile marketing specialist IQ mobile on behalf of Austrian operator tele.ring, impressively yielded a click rate of 0.5% which in turn led to a 51.3% download conversion rate.

The campaign launched in May 2009 with a series of attention-grabbing posters and encouraged students at 263 schools where the posters appeared, to send a free SMS to download the NeoReader – which 250 students did in the first five days of the campaign. With NeoReader enabled, they were able to scan the barcode which appeared on the posters in order to connect directly to the campaign site where they could access free mobile content such as ringtones and wallpapers.

Interestingly, with 75% of all clicks coming from non tele.ring handsets, the campaign proved successful in connecting tele.ring with an audience outside of its established customer base. Research conducted since the completion of the project suggests that brand recognition for the campaign stands at an impressive 80%.

Austria benefits from one of the most advanced mobile markets in Europe and this initiative was pivotal in extending the ubiquity of mobile barcodes and creating all-important ease of use. The secondary school demographic provided the optimum sounding board for this campaign given students susceptibility to nascent tech trends and the popularity of ringtone downloads.

Highlighting the importance of the campaign, Dr. Christian Steinborn, CEO of NeoMedia Europe AG, said: “The results of the tele.ring campaign show the undisputed ease of adoption of mobile barcodes, especially for the youth market which is already mobile, alert and interested in new technologies and new ways of doing things. This is important in demonstrating how mobile barcodes are becoming a force to be reckoned with in the move towards opt-in pull marketing. The growing ubiquity of a tech savvy consumer and advanced smartphone technology will only do more to drive the market.”

Drawing on the successes of the campaign, Harald Winkelhofer, Founder and CEO IQ mobile, added: “tele.ring is famous for its unconventional form of communication, and NeoMedia’s technology provided the most innovative and measurable way for tapping into the youth market. The rapid downloading of the code reader software enabled the impressive click rate of 0.51%, which stands well above the average click rate for ‘traditional’ online advertising last recorded as being 0.19%*. This then converted into a content download conversion rate of 51.3% - a figure which undoubtedly shows that combining ambient with mobile, whilst drawing on the popularity of free media downloads, is a winning combination.”

* ADTECH, December 2008

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whiz - be careful of GERS - right after the run last week they now have 10 BILLION AS, up from 500,000,000. Good Luck
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Looks like settlement could be announced any day,,,

as you stated dated 10/9, filed electronically 10/19:
Dear Hodge Holwell:

The Court has twice before granted the parties' joint request for two-week extensions of the schedule for breafing related the the interpretation of the patent claims at issue to allow the parties to discuss settlement.

During the most recent extension, the parties exchanged emails and had numerous telephone conferences, but the parties have ben unable to schedule a face to face meeting between their respecti e representatives due to travel schedules. The parties hope to have that meeting next week, and thus the parties respectfully request an additional one-week extension resulting in the following new deadlines for the activities listed below:

10/16 opening briefs and evidence on claim constructon due
10/30 responsive briefs
11/4 plaintiffs in each action submit a joing claim construciton chart...

The parties believe that this extension will have no effect on any other deadlines.

Respectfully submitted

Jeffrey A. Pine
Michael H. Baniak
NeoMedia attorneys


John M. Hintz
Scanbuy attorney

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=42680426

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Settlement reached!

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/NeoMedia-and-Scanbuy-Reach-bw-73404459.html?x=0&.v =1


NeoMedia and Scanbuy Reach Settlement and License Agreement
U.S. Mobile Barcode Market Aligned for Growth

ATLANTA & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: NEOM - News), and Scanbuy, Inc., leaders in mobile barcode technology, announced they have settled all pending litigation between the companies and have granted non-exclusive patent licenses to each other.

NeoMedia and Scanbuy have agreed to terminate all pending litigation brought by NeoMedia against Scanbuy in 2004, and by Scanbuy and Marshall Feature Recognition, LLC (“MFR”) against NeoMedia in 2008.

In addition, NeoMedia has granted Scanbuy a royalty bearing, non-exclusive license to a portion of its patent portfolio in the U.S. In turn, Scanbuy has granted NeoMedia a fully paid, irrevocable, non-exclusive license of Scanbuy patents and a fully paid, non-exclusive sublicense to all of the patents licensed by MFR to Scanbuy within the U.S.

This agreement will enable consumer brands, advertising agencies and mobile operators to confidently engage with either company to implement mobile barcode solutions in the U.S. The technology has enormous potential to become a viable and widely adopted communication channel.

“The agreement between NeoMedia and Scanbuy removes the final roadblock to rapid commercialization of mobile barcodes in the US,” commented Iain McCready, Chief Executive Officer of NeoMedia. “We are literally dropping the green flag for brands, retailers and mobile operators to join the race towards mobile barcodes becoming a fixture in every consumer’s daily routine.”

“We are pleased that Scanbuy has reached a fair agreement with NeoMedia, and look forward to working with our partners to build a vibrant business in the United States,” said Jonathan Bulkeley, Chief Executive Officer of Scanbuy. “Both companies have invested a great deal in our intellectual property and we will continue to bring these solutions to leading marketers, wireless operators, and handset manufacturers around the world.”

This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

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It's moving up slowly...Hope we fly like EPIX and GERS did - only this one should be for keeps!! :-)
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As DallasBoy used to say: "Nuttin's more fun than a Penny Stock run"! Even better when you own a bunch! I'm hoping to erase a lot of losses with this one.
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Me too love, me too!

This my friends is what we like to call a "SIGNIFICANT MATERIAL EVENT"

http://www.pinksheets.com/edgar/GetFilingHtml?FilingID=6846195

Along with the fact that we're up 70% on huge volume this is what we refer to as a STRONG BUY SIGNAL ! ! !


NEOM is now king of the mobile marketing sector!

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The fact that Scanbuy agreed to pay for past infringements at all, regardless how much, as well as the fact that they agreed to pay royalties on all future deals & told NEOM they didn't have to pay to use any of Scanbuy's patents is an indication of just how strong this patent is.

I'm not saying there's no way to get around it. I'm saying is this is proof that there's no cost effective way to get around it which means this is exactly what all the bashers said it wasn't. A strangle hold on a bottleneck killer app in the what will be one of the hottest market sectors for years to come!

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We will not pay Scanbuy any fees or royalties. The way I read the 8K it looked more like a total surrender than any kind of settlement. Scanbuy is giving us access to their entire patent potfolio without us paying a dime. Not only that but they're paying us royalties plus fees for infringement.

I do expect a correction tomorrow. That was a huge spike today so some will take profits & there will be a hand full of players that get spooked into giving their's away.

Then again I could be totally wrong.

This thing could keep climbing for no other reason than the news of this settlement was monumental.

The way I see it, any pullback should be viewed as a buying opportunity but I would not encourage people to wait for a dip. Many times today we experienced corrections before continuing upward & it did close near the high of the day on the highest volume I've ever seen with this stock. So it's entirely possible this thing just keeps motoring north.

All I know is mine are locked up for the foreseeable future!

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Do you really think they'll be a correction? It's not THAT high! We were at .0159 last week on NO news - never minds news of MONSTROUS proportions!!

I'm leaning toward selling enough to:
A) get my principal out
B) sell enough to get MOST of my principal out - but still holding the rest at .01 average.

I've ALWAYS liked this company - since the .01-.43 in a day move 5-6 yrs. ago - innnn.... OCTOBER!!! We've had some HUGE Octobers in pennyland! UVCL, CYBR - can't remember them all!

I'm up almost double on RDXN, and I'm REALLY hoping GERS gets back to last week's numbers - I'm STILL kicking myself in the but on the way I played that disaster. If I hadn't been here when the news hit - I would have been out at .0065 with a double. I cancelled that and bought more at .0067!! STUPID ME - I chased and lost big. Now my avg. is .0046 and down $900 on it.

Good Luck to us all !!!!

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That gap sure filled FAST! Now straight to da moon without looking back! No reason to!
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For newbies.

Why buy? The short story,,,

Yesterday there was a PR stating NEOM & Scanbuy had reached a settlement. Then we had a decent run-up & closed near the high of the day on the largest single day volume in NEOM's history.

Then NEOM filed an 8K disclosing a "Significant Material Event"

The 8K started to hit the news wires right after the close & people had all night to digest the fact that it's not a settlement at all. It was an absolute surrender by Scanbuy & left Neomedia with virtually no competitors as the uncontested toll collector of the entire mobile marketing sector. Scanbuy actually becomes a sales agent for NEOM.

Two large companies had already signed up & have agreed to push the mobile marketing applications using & even promoting NEOM's IP.

Knowing how mobile marketing took off in Japan, even if we had a market cap of 500 million we would be grossly under valued & people would be climbing over each other trying to get in.

Today we're just watching MMs & flippers trying to improve their positions.

At a cost average og .0076 I'm happy with mine where it is & wouldn't sell at gunpoint!

Hope that answers anyone's questions that are new to the board. Do your DD quickly. at 2 cents a share no one has missed the boat.

Sentiment : Very Strong Buy

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Love This Post!

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Talk about "Pie In The Sky"

Posted by: Dilidali

Let's make some assumptions.

Feel free to rip them apart. It is all in fun.

At least 3 billion codes worldwide (Coke has 4000)
If NEOM collects on 1% of them that’s 30 million codes
If each of those codes generates an average of $100 annually that’s $3 billion in annual revenue
Even if the float reaches 5 billion shares that is annual revenue of $ 0.60 per share
Costs to Neomedia are minimal so they could realize $ 0.30 per share earnings
At a modest 15:1 P/E ratio that is a share price of $ 4.50
How long to get there? I have no idea.

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$4.50? Heck - I only wanted to sell 20% of mine today at .047, and then ride the rest to .50, $1, and DA MOON! Oh well - glad tomorrow's Thursday and not Friday! Thursday's have been good to me and Friday's are slow. Good Luck to us all!

I thought we were having a normal pullback - we got SQUASHED.

Whiz - hope you have a SUPER wild dream tonight! LOL

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quote:
Originally posted by Love the Market:
I thought we were having a normal pullback - we got SQUASHED.

Whiz - hope you have a SUPER wild dream tonight! LOL

LOL LOL LOL,,,The hell with the pull back brother!

You & I know this is now a real company. In case you haven't seen it I dreamt that college a professor penned a well written piece about our baby gorilla, LOL,,,,,

October 22, 2009
NeoMedia and Neustar Move One Step Closer to 2D Mobile Barcodes Everywhere

By Mary Cronin
Professor, Boston College


http://www.specosys.com/topics/smart-products/articles/67309-neomedia-neustar-mo ve-one-step-closer-2d-mobile.htm

After years of waiting for 2D barcodes to deliver on their promise of linking print and product codes to rich media and consumer engagement, it’s hard to get excited about yet another announcement.

Nonetheless, signs of standards alignment, mobile reader interoperability and serious ecosystem commitment are gathering momentum. Neustar, already the lynchpin of short code marketing in the United States, is well positioned to be the trusted service provider for wireless carriers and creative agencies who want to launch a marketing campaign based on 2D barcode scanning. Neustar provided central clearinghouse and registry services for a 2D interoperability pilot program last spring to get the ball rolling. Four leading industry players, 3GVision, Mobile Discovery, Mobile Tag and NeoMedia demonstrated that their standards-based mobile barcode readers, technologies and campaign managers could respond seamlessly to user scans through Neustar’s clearing house service.

NeoMedia Technologies (News - Alert), which holds many of the key patents for 2D barcode technology, is also taking a strong role in enabling a viable 2D barcode ecosystem. NeoMedia has been particularly active in recent months forming ecosystem partnerships and finalizing new licensing and implementation deals for its extensive patent portfolio of core 2D technology. This month’s announcement that Neustar will become the exclusive U.S. licensing agent for NeoMedia patents looks like the next stage in facilitating one-stop business and technology solutions for companies that want to jumpstart their services and consumer promotions using 2D barcodes.

This is a smart move for both NeoMedia and Neustar. If NeoMedia’s intellectual property is easy and cost-effective to license through a trusted platform provider like Neustar, it can become the interoperable technology at the center of 2D implementation programs. It’s more valuable to NeoMedia to charge a reasonable license fee to encourage hundreds of ecosystem participants than to hold out for high fees from a few players who may not ramp up successfully. They, the wireless carriers and the creative agencies and brands will all reap the rewards of billions of 2D barcode scanning transactions once the technology penetrates the mass market.

Neustar brings a clear value to the 2D barcode ecosystem, including the lessons learned from managing the U.S. short code registry and other carrier services. Diane Strahan, vice president of Mobile Services at Neustar notes, “We are very excited about the 2D technology and the potential of this ecosystem to create a compelling and lucrative business opportunity for all players. Part of Neustar’s role is to keep the technology working in the background so that whenever a consumer scans a barcode it will resolve correctly and deliver a great interactive experience. The 2D barcode registry and clearinghouse services ensure interoperability across all the participating carriers – and any company building on the open standards will be able to participate in the ecosystem.”

Together, NeoMedia and Neustar look like the best candidates to lead the first really seamless, full-solution ecosystem for launching mass market 2D barcode campaigns and services in the United States.

I spoke with Iain McCready, CEO of NeoMedia, to get his take on the role of a smart ecosystem in 2D barcode adoption. Here are some of McCready’s observations.

Mary Cronin: NeoMedia has been a leader in partnering and interoperability pilots lately. Why is that a priority for you?

Iain McCready (pictured left): NeoMedia wants to see 2D barcodes succeed as a daily resource for billions of mobile phone subscribers. After years of competition, it became clear that no one company, no matter how great their technology was, could scale this market alone. In my experience, every leading brand and print publisher who sees a demo of 2D barcodes gets enthusiastic about how it can bring innovation and interactivity to their product marketing.

So everyone loves the technology. But marketing campaigns are planned around how many customers you can reach, how many devices, how many wireless subscribers. Getting the maximum participation in any campaign requires standards, interoperability among devices and readers, and also someone to be the registry and the clearinghouse for getting all the traffic to the right place based on the 2D barcode image scan. That means a large ecosystem of companies who are willing to put proprietary concerns second to creating a platform that will scale the market as a whole. That’s how NeoMedia looks at this opportunity – we want to help make it a big enough pie for all partners to benefit.

MC: I know that NeoMedia is active in Europe and Latin America and other areas of the world. What does your recent agreement with Neustar mean for the U.S. market in particular?

IM: The agreement makes 2D barcode services and technology accessible to many more companies and users. A lot of companies have been on the sidelines because of debates inside the industry about standards and interoperability and intellectual property ownership. It’s time to get beyond that and make it clear that interoperability has been proven and that anyone can join this ecosystem and have access to all the required technology. That gets rid of the remaining barriers to implementation and lets agencies and brands focus on the value proposition of 2D barcodes for their products.

MC: What’s your prediction about when the ecosystem strategy will pay off? Will 2010 finally be the year of 2D barcodes for mass market campaigns?

IM: I expect 2010 is going to be huge year; by the second half of 2010 we will begin to see scale and from that the market will take off. But we also know that mass market adoption is not going to happen overnight. There is still a lot of education to be done, and pilot projects to get new players familiar with the potential of 2D barcode interactions. So NeoMedia will be even more active in the coming year as the U.S. and global market takes off.

Dr. Cronin is a Professor of Management in the Information Systems Department at Boston College. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Michael Dinan
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I like her credentials. She's not a stock tout!

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Good Morning!

I just read that article on iHub. Who is that BENA who is always doing interviews with Iain??

I'm just a little frustrated. I was up $3K at .025 - but was SURE (IMOM - In My Own Mind!!) that we'd hit .04-.05 this week and THEN MAYBE pull back to settle in mid .03's til news. I wouldn't have been surprised if we hit .10 or more yesterday.... I should have know when we moved up ever so slowly right after the news hit Wednesday. I can't believe we never even got to .03 - sure not like ROCKTOBER 5 or 6 years ago! Then again - there are a billion more shares out now. Yet other PURE, ABSOLUTE Scams with billions of shares out run for days sometimes!! I thought we'd have a run of "EPIX" proportions!! You saw what EPIX did last week right?
If I had sold at .025 I could have gotten back in yesterday or today with about 160,000 more FREE shares... I didn't sell ARTI and GERS on their runs recently and had lots - GERS I REALLY messed up on as you've probably red. Now it's so diluted I don't know what will happen.

Good Luck to us all.

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quote:
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whiz - be careful of GERS - right after the run last week they now have 10 BILLION AS, up from 500,000,000. Good Luck

By the way Love. Thanks for this heads up.

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quote:
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Good Morning!

I just read that article on iHub. Who is that BENA who is always doing interviews with Iain??

I'm just a little frustrated. I was up $3K at .025 - but was SURE (IMOM - In My Own Mind!!) that we'd hit .04-.05 this week and THEN MAYBE pull back to settle in mid .03's til news. I wouldn't have been surprised if we hit .10 or more yesterday.... I should have know when we moved up ever so slowly right after the news hit Wednesday. I can't believe we never even got to .03 - sure not like ROCKTOBER 5 or 6 years ago! Then again - there are a billion more shares out now. Yet other PURE, ABSOLUTE Scams with billions of shares out run for days sometimes!! I thought we'd have a run of "EPIX" proportions!! You saw what EPIX did last week right?
If I had sold at .025 I could have gotten back in yesterday or today with about 160,000 more FREE shares... I didn't sell ARTI and GERS on their runs recently and had lots - GERS I REALLY messed up on as you've probably red. Now it's so diluted I don't know what will happen.

Good Luck to us all.

Love-the-market. Remember, volume precedes price. We're not finished with this response to the settlement news. Still might get that .05 near term & maybe more. Much more.

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I agree - It's just frustrating to watch your paper profits become a loss in hours!

Any idea who that BENA is who keeps getting interviews with Iain?

Enjoy your weekend!

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She works for GOMO news which is an online magazine dedicated to mobile applications. Somehow it appears that NEOM has a connection with them as her stuff has always been pro NEOM.

"It's just frustrating to watch your paper profits become a loss in hours!"

That's MMs playing with the value of our holdings & successfully getting people to sell.

Up on huge volume, down on low volume. There's no need for it. If they can't make a profit simply exicuting trades they need to go to jail. Unlikely that will ever happen.

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I gues even when that SOB NITE imo WORST offender) get fined big - they just call it a 'cost of doing business' as they make so much more screwing us...
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Everyone WILL remember NEOM shortly,imo!!!

Revving up and READY to ROAR! Good Luck.

Still a buy under .025 imho. Read everything you can on NEOM and I think you'll agree. I've been following them for six years and they're ready for the BIG LEAGUES after winning their Patent COurt Battle!!

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Everyone WILL remember NEOM shortly,imo!!!

Revving up and READY to ROAR! Good Luck.

Still a buy under .025 imho. Read everything you can on NEOM and I think you'll agree. I've been following them for six years and they're ready for the BIG LEAGUES after winning their Patent Court Battle!!

When Scanbuy threw in the towel anything under 5 cents is stealing.

My belief is one day people will brag about getting in under a quater.

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Oct. 27, 2009, 8:00 a.m. EDT · Recommend · Post:

NeoMedia Europe Further Strengthens Mobile Barcode Adoption in Austria



ATLANTA, Oct 27, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- NeoMedia Europe AG, the leader in mobile barcode and scanning technology, continues to enjoy success across Austria and today announces the completion of three key projects, all with leading brands, across what is already Europe's most advanced mobile market.

Dorbirner Messe, a leading organizer of trade fairs in Austria, first engaged with NeoMedia in the spring of 2009 when it used 2D codes in the promotional campaign for its spring exhibition "Fruhjahrsmesse". Following the success of this campaign, NeoMedia and partner Philipp (a mobile solution and services provider), have just completed the Autumn Fair in Dornbirn. The autumn project involved issuing all exhibitors their own 2D barcode linked directly to their personal mobile subpage. These barcodes were displayed across a wide range of media including transport; employee t-shirts; and regional print media.

Another successful partnership with Philipp has most recently seen NeoMedia provide 2D barcodes to the promotional materials of Die Grune Alternative Vorarlberg, the Austrian Green Party. 2D barcodes displayed on billboards; print ads; and party brochures allowed the electorate to directly access further information on the green party during the regional elections that took place over the summer months. The party didn't engage with mobile barcodes as a means to increase their share of the vote, but rather to demonstrate their use of innovative methods of connecting with the electorate.

Similarly seeking to demonstrate innovation, leading Austrian newspaper WirtschaftsBlatt was keen to explore how mobile barcodes could extend its readers' experience of the paper while becoming an early adopter of the technology in the print media sector. Working with DIMOCO, NeoMedia demonstrated how a special compact edition of the paper (WirtschaftsBlatt Kompaktspezial) could be produced with 2D barcodes integrated into the pages that would allow the reader to access additional editorial and audio content, to suit their interests.

Speaking on the successful completion of the three projects, Dr. Christian Steinborn, CEO of NeoMedia Europe AG, said: "Austria already benefits from one of the most advanced mobile markets in Europe, and we have previously engaged with other leading brands here including Nokia, Mazda and Tele.ring on 2D barcode projects. The completion of three more projects further highlights Austrian businesses appreciation of the benefits to customer engagement that mobile marketing can provide."

About NeoMedia Technologies

NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. /quotes/comstock/11k!neom (NEOM 0.02, +0.00, +15.79%) is the global leader in mobile barcode scanning solutions. Our technology allows mobile devices with cameras to read 1D and 2D barcodes and provide "one click" access to mobile content. Combining this technology with advanced analytics and reporting capabilities revolutionizes the way advertisers market to mobile consumers. NeoMedia provides the infrastructure to make 2D camera barcode scanning and its associated commerce easy, universal, and reliable -- worldwide. The company's mobile phone technology, NeoReader, reads and transmits data from 1D and 2D barcodes to its intended destination. Our Code Management and Code Clearinghouse platforms create, connect, record, and transmit the transactions embedded in the 1D and 2D barcodes, like web-URLs, text messages (SMS), and telephone calls, ubiquitously and reliably. NeoMedia provides the industrial and carrier-grade infrastructure to enable reliable, scalable, and billable commerce.

This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

SOURCE: NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.


NeoMedia Media Relations Contacts:
U.S.:
Kiersten Williams, 212-521 4087
kwilliams@williams-consult.com
or
Europe:
Louise Ballard, louise.ballard@trimediauk.com
or
Catherine Shuttlewood, catherine.shuttlewood@trimediauk.com
+44 (0) 20 7025 7500


Copyright Business Wire 2009

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On 8:00 am EDT, Tuesday October 27, 2009
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ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NeoMedia Europe AG, the leader in mobile barcode and scanning technology, continues to enjoy success across Austria and today announces the completion of three key projects, all with leading brands, across what is already Europe’s most advanced mobile market.

Dorbirner Messe, a leading organizer of trade fairs in Austria, first engaged with NeoMedia in the spring of 2009 when it used 2D codes in the promotional campaign for its spring exhibition “Frühjahrsmesse”. Following the success of this campaign, NeoMedia and partner Philipp (a mobile solution and services provider), have just completed the Autumn Fair in Dornbirn. The autumn project involved issuing all exhibitors their own 2D barcode linked directly to their personal mobile subpage. These barcodes were displayed across a wide range of media including transport; employee t-shirts; and regional print media.

Another successful partnership with Philipp has most recently seen NeoMedia provide 2D barcodes to the promotional materials of Die Grüne Alternative Vorarlberg, the Austrian Green Party. 2D barcodes displayed on billboards; print ads; and party brochures allowed the electorate to directly access further information on the green party during the regional elections that took place over the summer months. The party didn’t engage with mobile barcodes as a means to increase their share of the vote, but rather to demonstrate their use of innovative methods of connecting with the electorate.

Similarly seeking to demonstrate innovation, leading Austrian newspaper WirtschaftsBlatt was keen to explore how mobile barcodes could extend its readers' experience of the paper while becoming an early adopter of the technology in the print media sector. Working with DIMOCO, NeoMedia demonstrated how a special compact edition of the paper (WirtschaftsBlatt Kompaktspezial) could be produced with 2D barcodes integrated into the pages that would allow the reader to access additional editorial and audio content, to suit their interests.

Speaking on the successful completion of the three projects, Dr. Christian Steinborn, CEO of NeoMedia Europe AG, said: “Austria already benefits from one of the most advanced mobile markets in Europe, and we have previously engaged with other leading brands here including Nokia, Mazda and Tele.ring on 2D barcode projects. The completion of three more projects further highlights Austrian businesses appreciation of the benefits to customer engagement that mobile marketing can provide.”

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Whiz - you missed that I posted it 15 min. earlier! (Are you hoping if it's posted twice we'll go up twice as fast?!?!?! LOL)? I can't believe we haven't hit .03 or more yet...
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This one is a good one, but I missed my commitment with her. I guess it's too late for me to get in with big volume now. I should have been in during the middle of September, 2009, when the asking price was around 0.005/share. Again, when I take a second look, she's been dancing upward and there is that good possibility that she could even pass 0.03 soon.
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http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=NEOM&p=D&b=5&g=0&id=p25022750836

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Hot - I think anything under .025 is a STEAL now and will look CHEAP in a few weeks, jmho! Read up on what's happened lately with the Scanbuy settlement, etc.
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quote:
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Whiz - you missed that I posted it 15 min. earlier! (Are you hoping if it's posted twice we'll go up twice as fast?!?!?! LOL)? I can't believe we haven't hit .03 or more yet...

LOL LOL,,,

Yea. I wish it would go up twice as fast.

People tried to flip & we're back on the lower trend line of a six week up-swing.

I'm waiting on a lot more.

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quote:
Originally posted by Hot-Pepper:
This one is a good one, but I missed my commitment with her. I guess it's too late for me to get in with big volume now. I should have been in during the middle of September, 2009, when the asking price was around 0.005/share. Again, when I take a second look, she's been dancing upward and there is that good possibility that she could even pass 0.03 soon.

Pepper!

We closed today @ .0168 as people are attempting to flip. You might want to do some research really quick as the up-trend you've wittnessed is not about hype. Don't get caught up in message board noise including this post. Read headlines & SEC filings & a little history. But I would encourage you to do this soon. At anything under 2 cents no one's missed the boat by any stretch of the imagination.

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