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The company is playing catch-up to Verizon Wireless in its 4G LTE deployment.
A seven-year-old boy with extreme allergies sends a telepresence robot to school in his stead.
For just a few bucks more than you'd pay for a typical entry-level laptop, this refurbished Gateway offers more horsepower and a Blu-ray drive.
Philosophers, technologists and, yes, writers debate whether today's technology is making for a brainier world.
New York-based Agency.com said Tuesday it will merge with a subsidiary of San Francisco investment group Seneca Investments. Agency.com is a 6-year-old consultancy specializing in strategy, branding and technology services for companies that do business on the Web via wireless devices and on interactive television. The deal requires approval from certain shareholders, and the companies will have a special meeting by the end of September. If passed, Agency.com shareholders would receive $3.35 cash per share, up from a $3-per-share offer made originally in mid-May.
With investors treating many tech stocks like financial lepers, who would blame a CEO for wanting to hide out by taking a company private?
The auction giant cancels listings for the Segway Human Transporter after being notified by Segway that the auctions "infringed on its intellectual property rights."
Internet consultancy Agency.com says it plans to reorganize its business by closing its Portland, Ore., offices and cutting about 19 percent of its work force, or 200 employees. The New York-based company--which provides businesses with advice on the interactive and digital realm, including marketing and technologies--plans to restructure its operations beginning Sept. 21 and sharpen its focus on the most important areas of its business. Agency.com CEO Chan Suh said that employees in New York, who were all accounted for after last week's terrorist attacks on the city, are unaffected by the restructuring. Agency.com will take a charge in the third quarter of about $18 million to $23 million related to the restructuring, which it expects to result in $25 million in annual savings. The company also said that its pending sale to Seneca Investments is on track and will close by the end of October.
Professional services provider SBi agrees to acquire the now defunct Internet consultancy's New York office and will also get close to 100 of its employees.