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Ericsson shells out greenbacks for Redback

With $2.1 billion, company beefs up IP-routing expertise as it tries to help phone companies offer services like IPTV.

By December 20, 2006


Metal Storm reaches Navy test range

Navy test and iRobot agreement bode well for Metal Storm's electronically fired supergun.

By November 17, 2007


Americans mixed about constant Net access, poll finds

Poll respondents are enthusiastic about new technologies but are concerned about the repercussions, especially on children.

By April 16, 2007


Local TV stations face Net threat

Network affiliates watch prime-time content like Fox's 24 go online and wonder where they fit in.

By April 17, 2007


Feds: Expect more stock option cases

SEC officials tell senators they're investigating more than 100 companies, many of them from the technology sector.

By September 6, 2006


FAQ: Behind the stock options uproar

At least 80 companies are under SEC investigation for backdating stock option grants. Is the practice illegal?

By July 26, 2006


Feds ramp up Silicon Valley stock option probe

FBI, prosecutors form task force to look into backdating of stock options, which is illegal in some circumstances.

By July 13, 2006


BellSouth picks Alcatel and Redback for broadband

The carrier will use their equipment to boost DSL speeds and one day serve video into homes.

By February 8, 2005


Redback on the comeback trail

Eight months after it emerged from bankruptcy, Redback Networks is racking up new contracts.

By August 25, 2004