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March 26, 2008 at 4:16 PM

Launch roundup: Golf on the phone, online time clocks and a health network

Is it launch week for companies around here? New products debuting the past few days:

— Bellevue’s Action Engine and Sports Illustrated Digital launched a beta version of Golf.com Course Finder, a free downloadable application for Windows Mobile phones. The program includes a tailored search feature.

Healia, a three-year-old Bellevue subsidiary of the Meredith Corp., launched Healia Communities, a health portal/forum built around its health search engine. The site launched with more than 200 “communities” around ailments such as allergies, asthma, Alzheimer’s and breast cancer.

Icon Time Systems in Beaverton, Ore., launched the Internet enabled RTC-1000 Employee Time Clock, which lets managers view time clock data online via their browser. The 19-year-old company’s clocks are used by more than 1 million employees, including those at McDonald’s and Marriott Hotels.

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