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Qubeey Inc. Unveils 2.0 Version at International CES 2013, Booth 36156

Southern California-based Qubeey, Inc., innovators of a browser-free technology platform revolutionizing Internet communications and access, returns for the second consecutive year to the International CES, Jan. 8 – 11, 2013, in Las Vegas, to unveil its latest version, Qubeey 2.0, in booth 36156 in the South Hall.

Qubeey 2.0 allows users to integrate content streams and bridge their social networks, increasing access to user-specific information exponentially. Additionally, new action cards provide real time, interactive notifications of all activity within a user’s social and business networks without him or her ever having to visit those sites.

“Ultimately our goal is to provide a total communications solution, combining access to social sites, personal content streams, merchandising and purchasing opportunities, and other customized content,” said Rocky Wright, Qubeey CEO and brainchild behind the technology.

Key among Qubeey’s many attributes is its assertive communications feature which provides businesses and individuals unprecedented access, instantly and assertively, to users who opt-in. Visit www.qubeey.com and www.qubeeypress.com.

“Qubeey offers Internet communications designed around each user, with the information they most want being delivered to them on their device of choice, instantly and effortlessly, without them having to click anything. It’s all within the Qube, our interface,” Wright said.

“For providers of products, services and information, Qubeey delivers incredible, interactive and assertive reach. Instead of users searching for information about a company, they provide permission for companies to communicate directly and interactively with them,” said Marc Brogdon, Qubeey VP, Marketing.

Other 2.0 attributes include faster, easier navigation; enhanced search options; live feeds from all user networks combined; and trending information based on individual user interests. Qubeey is available on PCs, Macs, laptops, iPods, iPads, Tablets, mobile phones and soon on gaming devices and smart TVs.

Also Qubeey will feature two of its premium channel owners in booth 36156 – Donald Schultz, base jumper, venom expert, and extreme TV star of National Geographic, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel, and Bill Duke, legendary Hollywood director, producer and actor whose numerous industry honors include a Presidential appointment to the National Endowment of the Humanities.

The two will share how they are maximizing Qubeey’s unmatched functionality to bring to fruition their creative ideas and passions.

On Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 11:30 a.m., Schultz will stage a base jump from a Las Vegas Strip hotel and live stream it through his Qubeey channel to bring awareness to black rhino poaching and to fundraise for the cause.

On Thursday, Jan. 10, at 2 p.m., Duke will introduce the trailer for “Menace,” the first interactive web series developed exclusively for Qubeey’s browser-free platform. A collaboration between Duke Media and Qubeey Studios, “Menace,” allows viewers to choose what happens at every plot point.

To test-drive the Qube, visit www.qubeey.com. Also, visit www.qubeeypress.com. For on-site interviews and demos, e-mail [email protected].

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