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Date:4/11/2013

p>During 2013, SPO anticipates expanding other product opportunities currently under development and specifically its fitness watch - a new consumer wellness time-piece designed to measure overall daily activity level, especially useful for overweight and obese adults and children. This new and innovative product, already demonstrated to several retail category buyers, will include unique innovative features as well as being a fashionable time-piece to continuously measure the number of daily activities and calories burned against a recommended goal.

Braunold continued: "We see substantial opportunities to expand in the drugstore channel and beyond as we grow our product portfolio during 2013, particularly as our partner HoMedics looks to increase distribution worldwide via its extensive network in over 60 countries. We look forward to an exciting year ahead for the Company as our products enter the vast consumer wellness market, which in turn contributes to potentially increasing value for the SPO shareholders."

About SPO

SPO is a leading developer of biosensor and microprocessor technologies for use in portable monitoring devices to capture life-enhancing information within four key markets: medical care; sports and wellness; homecare monitoring and security. Its patented technology uses information gathered from the reflectance of light on the human body, in a noninvasive manner, to monitor key vital signs. The company manufactures its products in addition to licensing its technologies to appropriate client corporations for commercialization and distribution. For more information, visit http://www.spoglobal.com

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