NeoMedia Technologies (NEOM) yesterday announced that it has granted Microsoft a worldwide, non-exclusive, license to NeoMedia’s patent portfolio that consists of over 74 patents awarded and pending worldwide, encompasses many mobile barcode implementations used widely across the industry. (Note: no $$$ numbers have been mentioned).
NeoMedia’s shares jumped over 120% on this announcement.
NEOM reported today that Mark Lanphear, former VP of Global Sales and General Manager of ZOMM LLC in Boulder, appointed as a new VP sales for North America with responsibility for sales and business development of NeoMedia’s core products, NeoReader® and NeoSphere™.
NeoMedia’s shares rose to $.018 from $0.0148 in the first 20min of trading and… YA Global, company financier and well known dilutor, took a power from there. NEOM shares dropped 25% to below cent level.
Investors & Traders: do you like to be a victim from YA Global’s stock dumping techniques and loose your capital by investing in NeoMedia which does (for years!) the following:
- Makes money by selling common stock to you
- Reverse split its common stock
- Continued this never ending sell off
Maybe it’s time to look for a better opportunity around penny markets? Implant Sciences (IMSC), our profiled company, yesterday announced that its QS-B220 Explosives and Narcotics Trace Detector has successfully completed the certification readiness testing with the Transportation Security Laboratory (“TSL”), the testing body of the Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”). The B220 is now undergoing the final independent validation testing for TSA qualification for air cargo screening.
TSA certification is coming as soon as at next week. What’s next?
- Government contracts
- Big revenues
- Worldwide recognition and more contracts
Would like to see some potential revenue figures? Here we go:
TSA has awarded contracts, each potentially worth more than half a billion dollars, to L-3 Communications Security and Detection Systems, Inc. and Morpho Detection, Inc. to supply “medium speed” explosive detection systems that can screen checked baggage turned over by airline passengers.