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bioMETRX, Inc. Files for Several New Patents
Date:5/13/2008

JERICHO, N.Y., May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- bioMETRX, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BMRX) a leading developer of biometric based consumer products, today announced that it has filed 5 new patent applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The products covered by the filings include tool storage chests, liquor cabinets, gun display cases, portable luggage and mailboxes. The traditional products that are the subject of the filings can all, to some substantial measure, benefit from the integration of biometric technology that will allow for easy locking and secure access. The company currently owns several patents integrating biometrics into padlocks, thermostats and garage door openers, as well as the use of biometrics as is applied to securing and retrieving electronic medical records.

"The patent filings confirm the continued commitment of this company to build our intellectual property portfolio as we identify, develop and improve products for consumers and their busy lifestyles," noted Mark Basile, Chief Executive Officer of bioMETRX, Inc. "Through our growing Patent portfolio, we strengthen our ability to protect our innovative products from competition as we continue to establish smartTOUCH(TM) as the trusted brand in consumer biometric products."

About bioMETRX, Inc.

bioMETRX, Inc. is rapidly becoming the leader in designing and bringing to market, practical, secure, everyday consumer biometric products for the garage door, door hardware, HVAC, home security, PC, automotive and portable lock markets. Utilizing its proprietary technology, the smartTOUCH(TM) platform, bioMETRX has developed an entire family of products so smart, they recognize you. The company's product line is branded under the protected trade name smartTOUCH(TM). bioMETRX also designs and provides fingerprint technology to a number of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM's).

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