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interphase

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A sexy interactive whiteboard? The Penveu could be it

New device from a nearly 40-year-old tech company could disrupt a $1.8 billion business. But first, its maker must persuade schools and businesses to try something new.

By April 17, 2012

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Android Atlas Weekly: Ep. 82: All your info are belong to Google (podcast)

Download.com editor Jaymar Cabebe joins us as we discuss who's making money on Android, upcoming phones, and whether Google's new privacy policy violates its own "Don't be evil" mantra.

By January 25, 2012

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GM envisions refreshing EV batteries

In a patent application, General Motors describes a system in which lithium ion batteries would be refurbished without totally dismantling battery packs.

By November 8, 2010

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Using software to measure software buys

With every potential information technology purchase now under intense scrutiny, a few software vendors are working to help CIOs look before they leap into big expenses.

By November 11, 2002

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Red Hat buys network gear maker

The Linux firm plans to issue about 1.5 million shares of its common stock in exchange for all outstanding shares of privately held WireSpeed Communications.

June 14, 2000

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Networking firm looks to tap storage craze

Networking specialist JNI will try to capitalize on the craze for storage technology with an initial public offering aimed to raise as much as $80 million.

By September 9, 1999

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Soccer site kicks into gear

Some of the neophyte Major League Soccer's closest coverage comes from an online outfit led by a college senior.

September 23, 1998

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Short: Adapter for combined LAN/WAN networks

Interphase announced Synaptel's Syncard PCI ISDN/X.25 Adapter, which provides simultaneous access to ISDN, packet switched networks, and leased lines. Network managers now have a combined LAN and WAN network attachment for PCI-based systems, according to a press release. The adapter supports features in Microsoft and IBM server operating systems, allowing integration into existing networks. The adapter costs $1,590. Synaptel of France is a subsidiary of Interphase.

By September 20, 1996