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Artificial Life & TeliaSonera to Launch Mobile Games in Nordic & Baltic States

Hong Kong-based Artificial Life Inc., a provider of award-winning mobile 3G technology and applications, announced today (Nov. 27, 2006) a deal with TeliaSonera, the Nordic and Baltic leader in telecommunications, to release the latest mobile games, such as V-Boy and V-PENGUINS and their accompanying side products, like wallpapers, screensavers, ring-tones and video mails. The products will be available on TeliaSonera's mobile Internet portal SurfPort, which is launched in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.

"We are very excited to cooperate with TeliaSonera's professional team and launch more 2.5G and 3G applications on their network," said Eberhard Schoeneburg, ceo of Artificial Life Inc. "We believe our products will appeal to the Nordic and Baltic region mobile gaming markets and are looking forward to further expansion of our business in Europe."

"We are welcoming Artifical Life´s innovative services to TeliaSonera´s mobile internet portal SurfPort, which this summer exceeded more than one million users per month," said Henrik Nilsson, head of SurfPort, TeliaSonera AB. "We think that Artifical Life´s services will be very well received by our customers."

Artificial Life (www.artificial-life.com) is a public U.S. corporation headquartered in Hong Kong and a leading global provider of award-winning mobile technology, content, games and applications

TeliaSonera is the leading telecommunications company in the Nordic and Baltic regions. At the end of Dec. 2005, TeliaSonera had 19,146,000 mobile customers (69,887,000 incl. associated companies) and 7,064,000 fixed telephony customers (7,688,000 incl. associated companies) and 2,263,000 Internet customers (2,331,000 incl. associated companies). TeliaSonera also has extensive interests in the growth markets in Russia, Turkey and Eurasia. TeliaSonera is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and the Helsinki Stock Exchange.

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