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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in August 2010
Buying another $86 million in stock has increased financier Carl Icahn's holdings to 10.4% of the company, according to a SEC filing.
Wireless software installation eliminates the need to build, stock and store multiple SYNC hardware modules on assembly lines.
Adding the firm's video content lifecycle management software is likely to expand Cisco's video content capabilities.
Tiered plans pushed to ease strain on mobile networks as data traffic grows, finds survey of mobile company executives.
Black Duck Software's survey of open-source cloud environments sees Amazon ahead of Microsoft, Google, and Salesforce in terms of most widespread use.
Compromise agreement between National Association of Broadcasters and RIAA headed to Congress.
Mark Zuckerberg's name appears as the payee on a copy of a $3,000 cashier's check that Paul Ceglia claims is proof of a contract between them.
Once valued at $12.5 billion, the search, email and web tools provider has been sold by South Korea's Daum Communications to India's Ybrant Digital.
The lithium-ion battery maker reported a $34.2 million second quarter loss and announced it will not supply batteries for the Fiat 500.
September and October should bring a 5% rise in consumer purchases of PCs, mobile phones, and appliances.
Arbor's data center security testing products fit neatly into Tektronix's communications and network intelligence portfolio.
High definition video will be delivered over Akamai's server network using Brightcove's platform.
Emergence of WiMax and long-term evolution will also boost mobile apps for smartphones, netbooks, tablets, and e-readers, finds Datamonitor.
The VoIP calling pioneer now has 560 million registered users with 52 to 124 million actively using the service according to its S1 filing.
Partnership will integrate voice, instant messaging, and videoconferencing for large enterprise, government, and SMB customers.
Samsung, Toshiba and Sharp are among those accused of illegally fixing prices of liquid crystal display screens used in computers, TVs and mobile phones.
Any Internet-enabled device in homes served by Cablevision Systems will be able to access the cable firm's video services.
Despite losing 93,000 customers in the second quarter, the fourth largest U.S. wireless carrier reported income of $404 million on revenues of $5.36 billion.
While industry and public interest groups protest secret FCC meetings, one industry observer says that potential Google-Verizon alliance is really about taking on Apple.
Under growing pressure from electronic book sales, the largest U.S. bookseller is considering selling the company.
Federal Trade Commission says the settlement is tougher than previous penalties lodged against the processor manufacturer.
By partnering with Sprint and adding 15 mobile devices, the prepaid wireless provider hopes to rebound quickly from a disastrous second quarter.
Discover Financial Services and Barclays are also contributing to the effort to launch a mobile payment system that could eventually compete with Mastercard and Visa.
The settlement with the Department of Justice is expected to cost Hewlett-Packard as much as $50 million.
The proposed BlackPad is rumored to provide Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options for connecting with BlackBerry models, eliminating the need for tablet-specific wireless service.
Internet retailers, bricks-and-mortar stores, and elected officials battle over whether states should collect taxes on online sales.