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Technology Stocks : GiveMePower GMPW
GMPW 0.940+10.6%Jan 20 4:00 PM EST

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To: Rocky510 who started this subject3/10/2004 8:44:29 AM
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GiveMePower and IBM Partner with Intel at CeBIT 2004

GiveMePower, IBM and Intel to showcase enterprise
mobility solutions for approximately 600,000 IT leaders at world's
largest technology conference March 18-24, 2004

GiveMePower Corporation (OTCBB:GMPW), a leading innovator of
mobile, wireless and desktop software solutions for the design,
construction and manufacturing industries, today announced it has
partnered with IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM) as one of four business
solutions to be showcased in Intel Corporation's (Nasdaq: INTC)
"Inside Your Digital Life: Intel" exhibit at CeBIT 2004. Held March
18-24, 2004 in Hannover, Germany, CeBIT 2004 is the world's largest
information technology and telecommunications conference with
approximately 600,000 attendees and approximately 6,500 exhibitors.
Visitors to the Intel exhibit (Hall 2, Booth A46) will see how
Intel server and mobile wireless processor technologies are fueling
the mobility of enterprise businesses. Live presentations will
showcase how small, medium and large-scale enterprises can save time,
improve operations and increase profits by seamlessly connecting their
mobile and office work forces. GiveMePower's PowerCAD(R) Anywhere(TM)
solutions will be running across wirelessly-connected IBM Servers
based on Intel(R) Xeon(TM) MP processor technology, IBM ThinkPad(R)
laptops utilizing Intel(R) Centrino(TM) mobile Technology and Intel(R)
Xscale(TM) equipped wireless handheld devices.
Other companies presenting enterprise mobility solutions in the
Intel booth include SAP, HP, Bull Systems and SAS.

About GiveMePower Corporation

GiveMePower develops, markets, and supports affordable,
high-performance mobile, wireless and desktop software solutions for
the $17.5-billion CAD/CAM software market. A Microsoft Mobile
Solutions and Windows(R) Embedded Partner, an Intel(R) PCA Developer
Network member and an IBM Business Partner, GiveMePower is the first
company to offer full-featured 2 and 3-dimensional,
AutoCAD(R)-compatible design and digital blueprint processing for
desktop and laptop PCs, as well as the latest mobile and wireless
Windows CE(R), Windows CE. NET(R) and Windows Mobile(TM) 2003 equipped
Pocket PCs, Pocket PC cell phones, Smartphones, tablet PC's, handheld
PC's and industry specific devices. For more information, call
888-97-POWER or visit

About IBM

IBM is the world's largest provider of information technology
(hardware, software and services) and a leader in e-business
solutions. It has about 320,000 employees around the world and does
business in 170 countries. IBM Deutschland GmbH with some 26,000
employees in over 40 locations is currently IBM's largest country
company in Europe. IBM today is the only company in the IT industry
that offers its customers a full range of advanced information
technology products from hardware and software via services and
complex application solutions to outsourcing projects and vocational
training offerings.

About Intel

Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is also a leading
manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products.
Additional information about Intel is available at

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With the exception of historical information, the matters
discussed in this press release are "forward looking" statements that
involve a number of risks and uncertainties. The actual future results
of the Company could differ from those statements. Factors that could
cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited
to, the continued demand for the Company's products and services,
worldwide economic conditions, changes in governmental regulations and
policies, the emergence of competitive products and services,
unforeseen technical issues and those risk factors contained in the
Company's filings with the SEC.
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