Battle Bears Contest Winners!

 Everyone who posted a comment is a winner this time. Thanks to SkyVu for sponsoring a giveaway of Battle Bears (and T-shirts), and everyone who commented. Winners and instructions for claiming prizes appear after the break. Please tune into our blogs in the future for more great giveaways, and if you happen to be at CES, don't hesitate to stop by our booth to say hi (#4642 North Hall)!



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We have 3 Tees, and 3 codes so it's first come, first served. If you don't want the code, claim it anyway, and you can send it to a friend or family member. To claim your prize, send me an e-mail with the subject reading "BBears: T-Shirt" or replace with "code" if you want a code instead. Please specify T-Shirt size and your mailing address in the body of your e-mail if requesting a shirt. You can find my email at the end of my profile here. I will give out the shirts and then the codes, in that order, and will forward your t-shirt request to the vendor (free shipping to US and Canada only).

Contest Rules: Winners are chosen at random. You must comment on this post (or related posts), and within the scope of the topic in a relevant manner (spamlike, one-word or off-topic posts will be deleted) before the deadline (Jan 3, 2010, 11PM EST). I reserve the right to determine what is considered relevant and will make final judgments concerning comments and winners. Inappropriate content will be removed. Winners are asked to post a short review here in comments and in iTunes after using the software. is not responsible in any fashion for vendor products or services promised under this contest.


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Nate Adcock is a system and integration engineer with experience managing and administering a variety of computing environments. He has worked extensively with mobile gadgets of all shapes and sizes for many years. He is also a former military weather forecaster. Nate is a regular contributor for the and blogs and helps manage both websites. Read more from Nate at or e-mail him at