Wall Street Journal Carries Advertorial on Nyxio Technologies Corp.

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The Wall Street Journal is carrying an advertorial on Nyxio Technologies in select editions of today's paper. The insert, titled “Smart TV is the Device of the Future,” provides detailed information on Nyxio Technologies, a leading provider of cutting-edge consumer electronics, including Smart TV and Tablet PC technology.

The Wall Street Journal is carrying an advertorial on Nyxio Technologies in select editions of today's paper. The insert, titled “Smart TV is the Device of the Future,” provides detailed information on Nyxio Technologies, a leading provider of cutting-edge consumer electronics, including Smart TV and Tablet PC technology.

The 16-page color report is available in the center of select delivered copies of today's Wall Street Journal. The insert, authored by Eric Dany's Stock Prospector, focuses on Nyxio's wide range of products including the VioSphere Smart TV - the first, and only, fully integrated television on the market with a built-in personal computer. Other company products include an all in one PC called “The Realm” plus innovative LCD and LED TV’s with a few current and pending product offerings. Based in Portland Oregon, Nyxio Technologies provides the latest consumer electronic technology at a competitive price point with the goal of continuing to be an innovator within the industry.

For more information on Nyxio Technologies Corp. visit http://www.NyxioTechnologies.com.

About The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal (“WSJ”) is published by Dow Jones & Company and is the top selling newspaper within the U.S. The WSJ has a 2.1 million average daily circulation, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations' Fas-Fax circulation report covering the six months ended March 31. The WSJ primarily covers American economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues.

About Prospector Newsletters and Eric Dany
The Prospector's charter is to provide simple, easy to follow, investment strategies providing solid, long-term results. Eric Dany has been investing for over 40 years. He has a BSME from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (1969) and MBA from the University of Florida (1979). Eric began publishing his newsletters in 1999. Since then he has successfully guided investors by applying an easy to use and understand disciplined, quantitative investment process. He has been featured in articles appearing in CBS MarketWatch, The Kansas City Star, The Houston Business Journal, and Stephen Lord's "Wall Street Column" - Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News, among others.

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