ExB Brings Android Tablet Wiki to the States

ExB Group announced a new Android tablet version of its flagship product, petitpetit

March 15, 2011

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AUSTIN -- ExB Group, a leading provider of productivity solutions for mobile devices, today announced a new Android tablet version of its flagship product, petitpetit (PTPT). Rather than holding data hostage in individual silos or repositories like address books, photo albums or folders, PTPT works like a personal Wiki to intuitively find and aggregate personal information contextually regardless of where it is stored.

Now in beta, PTPT for Android is available direct to consumers as a stand-alone touchscreen application that helps users converge, manage, access and cross-reference digital assets according to an individual's needs. Application developers and content managers can also leverage PTPT as an embedded user interface framework to build applications that optimize the tablet paradigm.

"We have worked with ExB on their beta program," said Friedger Muffke of OpenIntents. "Android and tablets are ideal for whole new ways for users to interact with their data, and petitpetit paves the ground exactly for this."

The technology behind PTPT was developed by Dr. Ramin Assadollahi, the CEO of ExB petitpetit who is regarded as one of the outstanding innovators in the field of cognitive and linguistic interfaces. A visionary technologist in the software industry, Dr. Assadollahi holds an MS in computational linguistics and a PhD in clinical psychology.

"PTPT has the capability to create an entire ecosystem based on its completely unique interface," said Dr. Assadollahi, "It appeals to a broad array of stakeholders - from application developers to device manufacturers to content providers - and each stands to gain by adopting the unified, powerful data representation provided by this technology."

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