ooVoo ™ Named Best in Show at DigitalLife

ooVoo Wins PC Magazine’s Software Innovation Best in Show Award at DigitalLife Expo

NEW YORK—October 4, 2007—ooVoo, an innovator in face-to-face online video communication, received PC Magazine’s Best in Show: Software Innovation Award at this year’s DigitalLife Expo, held September 27-30, in New York. ooVoo’s video chat application won the award for its clear, high-quality video, six-person conversation capability and easy-to-use video chat interface.

Selected by the PC Magazine editorial staff, the Best in Show Awards represent the most innovative, most useful, and most fun products found on the DigitalLife show floor showcased by more than 200 exhibitors. Philippe Schwartz, CEO of ooVoo, was at the event ceremony and received the award from PC Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Lance Ulanoff who observed that ooVoo “is a service connecting people face-to-face around the world with high-quality video and audio with just a broadband connection and a computer…for free.”

In a press release issued by DigitalLife, a Ziff Davis Media event, vice president Monica Vila stated, "This year's Best of Show winners represent some of the most exciting technology products on the horizon.”

Winners of Best in Show awards in other categories included HP, Gateway, Hasbro, Ford Motor Company and Activision. Hosted at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, DigitalLife showcased the latest consumer technology products and services from more than 200 exhibitors during the four-day event.

“We are honored to be recognized in this competitive industry as an innovator and leader in face-to-face video communication on the Internet,” said ooVoo CEO Philippe Schwartz. “This recognition underscores our commitment to and focus on providing the world with an easy-to-use application which enables face-to-face conversation with friends and family across the world, for free.”

Using ooVoo, up to six people can connect in a video chat at the same time, allowing them to see one another, talk and share emotions just as they would in person. Consumers only need a broadband Internet connection, web camera, speakers and a microphone. In addition to video chat, ooVoo lets consumers send video messages to both ooVoo and non-ooVoo users, Instant Message (IM), and share files, such as documents or pictures—for a complete communication experience.

ooVoo is a free and easy to install application available for download at http://www.oovoo.com.

About ooVoo

ooVoo provides free real-time video communication technology, delivering a new way for people to connect. ooVoo’s technology enables people to experience a face-to-face connection and share emotions over the Internet in a way that no other communication medium permits. Delivering the highest quality video and audio, ooVoo provides a seamless and interactive communication experience. ooVoo enables any individual with a computer, broadband connection and a Web camera to communicate in real-time with friends, relatives and colleagues anywhere in the world.

ooVoo is privately held and headquartered in New York, NY.

ooVoo is available for free download at http://www.oovoo.com.


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