NS Basic/Palm Adds Treo Support!

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July 6, 2004 - NS BASIC Corporation announced today the immediate
availability of NS Basic/Palm 4.3. It adds support for the special
features of PalmOne's hot selling Treo 600 smart phone.

"The Treo 600 is revolutionizing the smart phone marketplace.", said
George Henne, President of NS BASIC Corporation. "It is clearly the
future of Palm OS devices. By adding extensions to NS Basic/Palm to
use the additional features of the Treo, we have made it easy to
create cool Treo apps."

The new Treo library adds over 40 Treo specific functions. From an NS
Basic program, it is easy to send SMS messages and email. It is also
easy to do http and TCP/IP operations, as well as dial and access the
Treo address book.

There are no additional runtime or per user fees for the new library,
making it cost effective for enterprise applications. The entire
existing base of NS Basic applications will run on Treo devices.

The new version is available immediately for $149.95 USD. Upgrades for
existing users start at $49.95. Customers who already have NS
Basic/Palm 4 or bought after October 1, 2003 are entitled to the
upgrade at no charge. Existing NS Basic programs are upwardly
compatible with the new version.

More about NS Basic for Palm OS
NS Basic allows developers who have used tools like Visual Basic to
rapidly develop applications for Palm OS 5 based and earlier devices
as well as Cobalt. NS Basic is a complete, powerful development
environment for Palm OS applications. NS Basic includes features such
as databases, serial and IR communications, signature capture, bar
code reading, wireless communications and more. NS Basic/Palm is
priced at $149.95 for a single user version. An Enterprise edition is
available. There are no runtime royalty charges for apps created with
NS Basic/Palm.

On the desktop, NS Basic for Palm runs on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000
and XP. It also runs on Mac under Virtual PC and Linux under Win4Lin
and VmWare. The executables produced will run on any Palm OS device
using Palm OS 3.1 or later. The IDE is available in 10 different

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