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• NC-based PokerTek wins certification for new automated poker software.

“PokerTek’s new tournament software allows us to deliver to our poker players exactly what they have been asking for, big tournaments and a chance to play in the WSOP,” said Ron Hager, Table Games Director at Harrah’s Cherokee. “And we look forward to running more tournaments of this size in the future.”

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• RTP-based Synchfusion rolls out Windows Phone 7 mobile apps tools.

“Our solution enables developers to get the most out of the Windows Phone 7 platform in a discrete product that is easy to implement and saves developers the overhead of having to code the functionality themselves,” said Daniel Jebaraj, vice president, Syncfusion.
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• Wilson-based PharmStar Pharmaceuticals to form a medical advisory board

The company is gearing up to launch its liquid pain reliever Aquaprin in 2012.

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