Clean Wind Energy, Inc. is designing and preparing to develop and construct large "Downdraft Towers" that use benevolent, non-toxic natural elements to generate electricity and clean water economically by integrating and synthesizing numerous proven as well as emerging technologies. The Company has filed several patents that it believes will further enhance this potential revolutionary technology. In addition to constructing Downdraft Towers in the United States and abroad, the Company intends to establish partnerships at home and abroad to propagate these systems and meet increasing global demand for clean water and electricity. The Company also plans to partner with a crane manufacturer for its construction needs and is in discussions with several potential partners for its hydraulic systems and generator needs.
Com-Guard.com, Inc. is a public company which was incorporated on October 7, 1998 under the laws of the State of Nevada. The Company has been doing consulting, strategic development and restructuring for the past three years. The Company has applied for and received a developer's license for the Apple mobile platform which includes the iPhone and iPad developer's tools. The Company will also acquire the tools for development on the Android platform from Google. Products and Services: The Company has applied for and received a developer's license for the Apple mobile platform which includes the iPhone and iPad developer's tools. The Company will also acquire the tools for development on the Android platform from Google. The Company has published Apps on the iTunes store and will explore new Apps and strategies to deliver Apps into the market. The Company has licensed Software and Technologies in the past and will continue to research and search for new products. The current products are in three categories. 1 Security 2. Tracking 3. Gaming. Future categories that are being explored will include but not be limited to: mobile medical Apps, location related Apps and graphics/picture Apps. Apple sold more iOS devices than Macs in 28 years! Apple sold 55 million iPads to date, CEO Tim Cook recently revealed in an interview with Fortune. The company also sold 37 million iPhones in Q1 2012 alone, with the total being around 175 million since the device?s inception. All in all, Apple sold 316 million iOS devices so far. The numbers seem stellar by themselves, but Asymco created a chart of cumulative sales of Apple computing products which really puts them into perspective. For example, Apple sold more iOS devices (156 million) in 2011 than it sold Macs (122 million) in 28 years of their existence. What makes these figures even more amazing is the fact that Mac sales are actually rising fast: 2011 was the best year for Mac sales in Apple history. In fact, all the major hardware product categories in Apple's roster are selling extremely well and show no signs of stopping. We can't say what this chart will look like in a couple of years, but right now, sky is the limit for Apple. Apple 500,000 apps 18 billion downloads 100 million for Mac By (Philip Elmer-DeWitt) Cupertino responds to a Google milestone with a flurry of nice round numbers. Apple (AAPL) had issued its own news alert. In a press release that quoted liberally from satisfied developers, Apple announced Monday that its customers had downloaded nearly twice as many apps -- 18 billion -- from the Apple App Store, and that like Google, its number was growing by 1 billion downloads per month. Moreover, more than 100,000 apps have now been downloaded from the Mac App Store, for which there is no Google equivalent. There will, however, be no 10? app sale from Apple. In fact, according to 148apps.biz, the average price of the 529,000 apps in Apple's App Store is $2.00. Google (GOOG) has announced that Android users had downloaded more than 10 billion apps from the Android Market and that the number of downloads was growing by 1 billion per month.
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