Future Technology Company Unites Consumer Product Giants; Visionaries: Father of Computer Games & Father of the MP3 Create Next Leap in Green Power for Consumer Products

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Future Technology Company, creating green power for consumer products, owned by Nathan Schulhof, Father of the MP3 Player, has added new Board Member Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari, Inc. and one of Newsweek's "50 Men Who Changed America".

Leading the world once again in creating life-changing products, Nathan Schulhof plans to use green natural gas to generate electricity to power small mass-market consumer products. This is the latest brainchild of Nathan Schulhof, inventor of the MP-3 player, now head of Future Technology Company (FTC), which will produce and market natural gas powered devices. Joining Mr. Schulhof at FTC as a Board member is Nolan Bushnell, inventor of Pong, founder of both Atari, Inc. and the Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza-Time Theaters chain. Mr. Bushnell has also been honored by Newsweek as one of their "50 Men Who Changed America." As serial entrepreneurs, Mr. Schulhof and Mr. Bushnell are in the habit of looking at the world and determining what is needed or can be improved. They have shown, through their past achievements, that obstacles can be overcome and revolutionary new products created.

“I’m happy to be working with Nathan Schulhof. I feel the products we plan to develop will be cutting-edge. Green electricity generation will revolutionize how we use products at home,” says Mr. Bushnell.

Future Technology President Arthur Olowski relays, “Bloom Energy and others have demonstrated commercial viability of using green natural gas fuel cell technology on an industrial scale to power many major companies including, the national headquarters of Google and FedEx. FTC focuses on similar green natural gas fuel cell technology, but our products will power small mass-market consumer devices. The result will be a revolutionary new approach in the way we use portable power, with huge reductions in waste and greenhouse gas emissions.

“Consumer electronic power sources such as batteries have not been updated in more than 50 years,” notes Mr. Schulhof. “Future Technology Company, along with its strategic partners, will change the world of power for consumer devises to the point where charging is necessary only once a year.”

FTC's Mission Statement:
Future Technology Company makes selective acquisitions of highly innovative technologies that it believes will have a positive, material impact on large segments in various commercial applications and, in the process, bring these technologies to the world bettering the lives of individuals by making a positive difference.

For additional information, call Suzi Neft at 412-721-4320.


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