CM2 Technologies Announces Release of the Fliing iPhone App

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A new and evolutionary method of file transfer between iPhones and iPod touches is born. The new app enables users to easily transfer content between iPhones and iPod Touches using a proprietary protocol and the device's Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection to send photos, notes, and contacts in a new and innovative way.

“Fliing is a technology platform for motion initiated data transfer and one of those liberating technologies that enables the computer to come closer to the human”, said Peter Teriete, Ph.D, Science & Technologies Advisor at CM2 Technologies

CM2 Technologies recently announced availability of the Fliing iPhone and iPod Touch application on the iTunes App Store. Using the same motion as one would toss a photo, note, or business card to another person, it is now possible to share content between mobile devices.

Fliing Technology (http://www.fliing.org) – fliing uses the patent-pending Fliing Technology, developed by CM2 Technologies Inc., which utilizes a hand-held computing device’s accelerometer to transfer content. The initial platforms for launch are the iPhone and iPod touch with other mobile device platforms currently under development.

About CM2 – Founded in early 2009, CM2 is a privately held company and an emerging innovator in software applications designed for content transfer between mobile devices and computers. Current projects include unique and stimulating software applications that fit into a mobile lifestyle while enabling people to increase their productivity and creativity. CM2 believes in creating liberating technologies that can be used to bring together people and communities.

Fliing® is a trademark of CM2 Technologies Inc. Any other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

©2009 CM2 Technologies. All rights reserved.

For more information, contact: press(at)cm2tech(dot)com

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