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Qubeey Receives CES Best In Show Award At International CES 2013

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerging technology company Qubeey, Inc., continues to receive recognition throughout the industry. Last week, at International CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Black Enterprise magazine presented Qubeey with the CES Best in Show award for Most Promising New Media/Digital Media Technology.

Based in Southern California, Qubeey, is the innovator of a browser-free technology platform transforming Internet communications and access through interactive and assertive outreach, social networking, video chats from user profiles, user channels and content streams, all available through Qubeey's Qube interface at

Also at CES, Qubeey was featured on the cover of Consumer Electronics Daily News (CEDN) for the debut of Qubeey 2.0, which features integrated streams based on user interests, which can be bridged to user networks for follower access, and action cards that provide real time, interactive notifications of all activity within a user's social and business networks. Visit

"We are a young company that continues to receive an incredibly warm reception throughout the industry for our innovative technology platform. This is our very first company award and to receive it from Black Enterprise is an absolute honor. We will treasure it always," said Rocky Wright, Qubeey CEO and brainchild behind the technology.

"At Black Enterprise, we believe in innovation and creativity in technology so we provide support and exposure for organizations we feel deliver excellence in innovation and communications across multiple digital platforms. Qubeey offers dynamic functionality with opportunities for infinite applications," said Marcia Wade Talbert, technology editor and multimedia content producer at Black Enterprise.

"At Qubeey, our vision is to leverage the power of the Internet to facilitate connectivity and communications to everyone everywhere, on the device of their choice," said Marc Brogdon, VP Marketing at Qubeey.

Qubeey is available on PCs, Macs, iPads, Tablets, mobile phones and soon on gaming devices and smart TVs.

Hollywood legend Bill Duke made a special appearance in the Qubeey booth and showcased one of the many ways Qubeey technology is being utilized. The multiple award-winning director, producer and actor presented the world premiere of the trailer for his new project, "Menace," the first interactive web series developed using Qubeey's revolutionary browser-free platform.

With "Menace," Duke becomes the first industry heavy-hitter to use Qubeey technology to create entertainment product for distribution to desktops and other device tops. Produced in collaboration with Qubeey Studios, "Menace" allows viewers to choose what happens next at every plot point. Duke discussed how Qubeey's advanced technology is reinventing how films are made and distributed and why the technology platform is becoming an entertainment game-changer. Visit

To test-drive Qubeey, visit For more information, visit

Note: To access photographs and other content, visit

SOURCE Qubeey, Inc.

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