DEMO 09: 39 New Tech Products Will Be Launched

Today, DEMO 09 revealed the lineup of new technology companies that will launch new products during six-minutes live stage demonstrations starting this Monday in Palm Desert.

For the first time Chris Shipley will co-present the show with Matt Marshall from Venture Beat, the new co-executive producer who will run the show in 2010. I have a great respect for Chris Shipley’s talent to discover innovative new tech products and an admiration for her focus and hard work that helped numerous entrepreneurs to succeed. I am a bit sad to see her pass the torch, but I trust her ability to select the best successor.

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Various products launching at DEMO 09 include:

  • a portable device that works as both a netbook and a touchscreen tablet;
  • a network of small, battery powered wireless cameras that stream video directly to the Internet;
  • a commerce-based networking solution that allows subscribers to send various forms of content via Bluetooth;
  • a personal email assistant to initiate and sort through emails and parse conversations, files, images, media, dates and places;
  • a next-generation community management application;
  • an intelligent, Web-based mortgage buying subscription service;
  • a ubiquitous public forum for sharing information side-by-side on any Web page;
  • the first voice-to-text SMS application for the iPhone;
  • a full-featured clinical application that gives transplant organizations the tools to manage an active and scalable program;
  • products from all over the world including Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, and Taiwan.

The full list of companies after the jump.

DEMO 09 Demonstrators

  • 7 Billion People, Inc.; Austin, TX;
  • Always Innovating, Inc.; Mountain View, CA;
  • AppZero Corp.; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada;
  • Asurion Mobile Applications, Inc.; San Mateo, CA;
  • Avaak, Inc.; San Diego, CA;
  • BitGravity, Inc.; Burlingame, CA;
  • bluBuzz, LLC; Holland, MI;
  • Cc:Betty, Inc.; Palo Alto, CA;
  • Citrix Online, Goleta, CA;
  • Coveroo, Inc.; San Francisco, CA;
  • deskNET, Lausanne, CH;
  • Document Depository Corp., LLC; Wayne, PA;
  • eFormic, Ltd.; Stuttgart, DE;
  • Ensembli, Ltd.; Sheffield, Great Britain;
  • Evri, Inc.; Seattle, WA;
  • Gazaro, Inc.; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada;
  • HAM-IT, Inc.; North Andover, MA;
  • Home-Account, Inc.; San Francisco, CA;
  • HowSimple, LLC; Huntington Beach, CA;
  • Jadoos, Inc.; Sunnyvale, CA;
  • Kutano Corp.; Burnaby, BC, Canada;
  • Liquid Media, LLC; Arvada, CO;
  • Ontier, Inc.; Portland, OR;
  • Primal Fusion, Inc.; Waterloo, Ontario, Canada;
  • Promptu Systems Corp.; Menlo Park, CA;
  • Purewire, Inc.; Atlanta, GA;
  • Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Inc. San Diego, CA;
  • Qubes, Inc.; Taipei, Taiwan;
  • Silverstone Solutions, Inc. San Francisco, CA;
  • Skout, Inc.; San Francisco, CA;
  • SmartyCard; San Mateo, CA;
  • Symantec Corp.; Mountain View, CA;
  • Technicopia, LLC; Carmel Valley, CA;
  • Transformyx, Inc.; Baton Rouge, LA;
  • Vokle, Inc.; Santa Monica, CA;
  • Xandros, Inc.; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada;
  • XMARKS; San Francisco, CA;
  • Zipadi Technologies, LLC; Bluffdale, UT;
  • Zuora, Inc.; Redwood City, CA;

More info in the press release.

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