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Friday September 30, 2005

[H]ardNews 1st Edition - Press Releases

VIA & Mini-box Announce First Sub-$300 Car PC Kit:

VIA Technologies, Inc., a leading innovator of PC platform solutions, and Mini-box.com, a subsidiary of Ituner Networks Corp., today announced the VoomPC™ family of compact, high performance yet affordable x86 car PC kits aimed at driving telematics mainstream. Based on low power VIA EPIA Mini-ITX mainboards, the x86 platform of choice for car PCs, the VoomPC is specifically designed for the ultra power sensitive conditions of in-vehicle applications.

AIF Honors Hector Ruiz:

The American India Foundation (AIF) is getting ready to roll out the red carpet in Silicon Valley as it hosts its 2nd Annual Fall Benefit Gala at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California on Saturday, October 8, 2005. Titled Bow Ties & Bangles: an Evening of Rhythm, Rhapsody and Color, this black-tie event will feature an exclusive cocktail reception, gourmet dinner and a mélange of scintillating entertainment. With the goal of raising $1 million, proceeds from the Gala will go towards furthering AIF’s mission in its three thematic pillars of work in India: Education, Livelihood and Public Health.