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AJAX Developer ATTAP Technologies to Preview LifeIO

Solution Integrates Messaging, Calendar, Photos, etc. in a Highly Personalized Environment

In advance of its September launch, the team at ATTAP Technologies is previewing LifeIO, a new "life-organizer" application. LifeIO lets users integrate their messaging, contacts, calendar, photos, video, shopping, and more in a highly personalized environment. LifeIO connects users to their world from one central place, putting you in control of what they see, you share, and do online.

LifeIO is the brainchild of ATTAP Technologies, Inc., a New York City-based developer of web-based software aimed at giving people more of what they want from the Internet. "In a new kind of connected world, LifeIO is a new kind of application -- a life organizer that integrates and consolidates Personal Information Management, Communication, Ecommerce and Social Networking," says Bruce Spector, founder & CEO of ATTAP Technologies, Inc.

LifeIO is a portal to the world, a place to coordinate everything from users’ messaging, contacts, and email to their calendar, shopping, and media. From their personal LifeIO page, users can access everything they do online -- and most of what they do off-line -- from one central place, accessible from anywhere. LifeIO lets users move seamlessly between chats, messages, events and purchases, all the while letting users stream in any information they want -- weather, stock prices, sports scores, news, videos, and more.

Users can:

-- Put an event from any email account straight into a calendar, and put any event into an email.
-- See and search the content of any combination of several email accounts, instant messaging accounts, calendar events, notes and to-do's in a central inbox.
-- Share their calendar with friends and family, colleagues, or the public with various privacy settings.
-- Save all their information and attachments with a large online storage component -- maintain an online personal history.
-- Create and share shopping wish lists in several categories and from several retailers, and comparison shop for the best prices.
-- See their flickr photos and YouTube videos right next to their inbox.
-- Organize a meeting with just a few clicks -- no more long email strings to get people together.

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SYS-CON Italy News Desk 06/29/06 03:39:36 PM EDT

In advance of its September launch, the team at ATTAP Technologies is previewing LifeIO, a new 'life-organizer' application. LifeIO lets users integrate their messaging, contacts, calendar, photos, video, shopping, and more in a highly personalized environment. LifeIO connects users to their world from one central place, putting you in control of what they see, you share, and do online.

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AJAX Developer ATTAP Technologies to Preview LifeIO

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