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Google buys Remail, nears On2 deal

Mobile e-mail company Remail is joining forces with Google, which means the end of its iPhone application. And On2 shareholders approve Google's increased offer for their company.

By February 17, 2010


Google sweetens On2 acquisition offer

The Internet giant puts an extra 15 cents per On2 share on the table, increasing its offer to a value of about $133.9 million for the video compression company.

By January 7, 2010


On2 answers questions on Google merger

In SEC update, video compression software maker addresses key concerns about its proposed merger with the search giant. Company also sets date for related vote.

By December 7, 2009


On2 shareholders unhappy with Google deal

Lawsuit challenges the acquisition of the video-compression software company on grounds that it undervalues the company.

By August 12, 2009


What does Google see in On2's video tech?

Google is ponying up $106.5 million for video compression technology. Does it just want it to make YouTube cheaper to run, or does it have something grander in mind?

By August 5, 2009


Google buys video compression outfit On2

The search giant says it will take On2's technology and make it part of the Web platform.

By August 5, 2009


On2 updates video codec

By January 8, 2004


On2 blows trumpet for new codec

The developer unveils an update to its video compression technology that it says beats the socks off rival software such as Microsoft's Windows Media Player 9.

By May 13, 2003


AOL licenses On2 video codecs

The deal will let America Online deliver On2-encoded digital video to a wide range of devices, yet another endorsement of On2 by AOL.

By April 14, 2003


ABC News licenses On2 video technology

On2 Technologies says ABC News will license its media-compression technology so journalists covering Iraq can use it to send video back to the United States.

By February 21, 2003