E-Mobile Signed Agreement with Sina

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E-Mobile Information Technologies (OTC Pink Sheets: EMTK - News) is pleased to announce that it signs a four months service/market contract with SINA Corporation (Nasdaq: SINA), a leading online media company and value-added information service (VAS) provider for China and for global Chinese communities. According to this contract, Sina will pay CHL 10K RMB to acquire the rights to install MBST for its customers, market MBST for CHL using various marketing channels, and recommends MBST to cell phone manufacturer.

With a branded network of localized web sites targeting Greater China and overseas Chinese, SINA provides services through five major business lines including SINA.com (online news and content), SINA Mobile (mobile value-added services), SINA Online (community-based services and games), SINA.net (search and enterprise services) and SINA E-Commerce (online shopping and auctions). Together these provide an array of services including region-focused online portals, mobile value-added services, search and directory, interest-based and community-building channels, free and premium email, online games, virtual ISP, classified listings, fee-based services, e-commerce and enterprise e-solutions.

E-Mobile also announces that CHL has successfully finished delivering solutions for Lenvor P930, BenQ P50, and Siemens C75 to the respective vendors per their requests. All three solutions have passed variant manufacturer test and the related new Cell Phone models has been released and are available in market. MBST is pre-embed into Lenvor’s P930, while consumers of BenQ P50 and Siemens C75 can get access to MBST through the pre-included CD coming with the Cell Phone when they make the purchase.

BenQ is a worldwide leader in the designing, marketing and manufacturing of IT lifestyle devices that comprise of multimedia displays, storage devices, imaging and communication products (http://www.benq.com/Investor/). And it acquires Siemens' Mobile Phone Unit back to June, 2005 (http://www.benq.com/PressCenter/PressType.cfm?NewsType=4&year=2005&id=1218). Founded in 1984, Lenovo is a public company listed in Hong Kong, and it is China's largest PC maker. Lenvor acquired IBM's PC business back to 2004.

E-Mobile also announces the resignation of Phillip Barber from the company CEO, Vice Chairman of Board, and Director of E-Mobile due to E-Mobile’s monetary issue and the constrain of his other commitments. Also, Gordon Antonello and Ling Liu have resigned from Director of E-Mobile. The candidates for the new CEO/directors have been identified and the names will be announced soon. Dr. Hu will assume CEO responsibility during the transition period.

About E-Mobile Information Technologies and CHL Technologies

E-Mobile is an emerging leader in the broadband mobile content market through its operating subsidiary CHL Technologies. Taking a different road from most application and content groups whose primary focus is Java, SMS and MMS, CHL focuses on developing and distributing innovative mobile applications and wireless value added services for Smartphones, Symbian, KJava, and Pocket PC. The result is that CHL Technologies is ahead of its competitors in ready applications and content for these new systems putting the company in an excellent position for the emerging 3G content market. CHL has committed to becoming the leading provider of these high tech content services internationally.

http://www.chltec.com/ and http://www.mbook.com.cn/

E-Mobile's wholly-owned subsidiary RF Tune is a fables RF IC development stage manufacturing company, transitioning to operating status. RF Tune has wireless system, technology agnostic patent pending beam forming (MIMO) intellectual property, chip design, and ICs for the 802.11/Wi-Fi market, with chips for the cellular and 802.16/WiMAX market in development. http://www.rftune.com/

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Any statements in this release that are not statements of fact may be considered "forward-looking statements" as that term is defined under the securities law in the United States. Forward-looking statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual events of results.


Noah Clark, Consultant

Emobile Information Technologies


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