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InternetArray Collaborates with Health Sciences Group to Fund Medical Marijuana Social Media/Mobile Apps Development
Date:1/31/2013

NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- InternetArray, Inc., (OTCPink: INAR), today announced that it has entered into a joint venture/collaboration arrangement with Health Sciences Group (OTCPink: HESG) to develop Social Media/Mobile Apps for the Medical Marijuana industry.  These new specialized apps will enable prescribed patients much needed information to make a better decision on whether or not cannabis is an appropriate treatment option, and access to local resources.  Together, both companies have set up a new offshore software development facility in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, providing hardware/software leasing arrangements and deploying high level account executives and project managers to oversee the entire projects operation from start to finish.  Concurrently, InternetArray will provide marketing, finance, accounting and administrative support.  

Management believes mobile apps developers from Vietnam and China have been playing a dominant role in designing and developing some of the world's finest mobile applications. With many social media sites coming out on a regular basis, mobile apps programming will lend itself as a must-have and complementary tool to attract its visitors and retain logins and memberships.

Additionally, InternetArray, Inc., announced in December that it had eliminated nearly $2 million in long-term debt and accrued expenses.  The Company is committed to providing shareholders' value and this restructuring is underway because management believes our common stock is extremely undervalued at these levels, and wants to instill shareholders' confidence by collaborating and investing in promising start-ups with exponential growth potential.

"We are very pleased to launch this joint venture with InternetArray.  Our devel
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