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Ex-IBM engineer builds innovative phono cartridges

Soundsmith's Peter Ledermann not only makes a full line of highly innovative phono cartridges -- the company also offers amplifiers and speakers.

By December 22, 2013


Cisco finally closes $3.3 billion Tandberg bid

Networking giant made its initial offer for the video-conferencing company in October but got the thumb's down. Six months later, Cisco seals the deal.

By April 19, 2010


Cisco concerned about Skype, Microsoft Lync integration

Exclusive integration "could lock-in businesses who want to reach Skype's 700 million account holders," says Cisco, which has appealed the European Commission's OK of the merger.

By February 15, 2012


Cisco works percentages toward Tandberg takeover

Just shy of 90 percent of Tandberg shares as it passes a self-imposed drop-dead deadline, Cisco says its acquisition plan is still very much alive.

By December 4, 2009


Cisco boosts bid for Tandberg to $3.41 billion

After its initial bid got the cold shoulder, Cisco has upped its buyout offer for the video conferencing equipment maker.

By November 16, 2009


Cisco to buy video firm Tandberg for $3 billion

As part of its expansion into videoconferencing and collaboration, Cisco Systems antes up for the Norwegian video communications company.

By October 1, 2009


Why Cisco killed the Flip mini camcorder

The Flip video camera line that Cisco acquired from Pure Digital in 2009 was still a hot seller. So why did Cisco abandon it?

By April 13, 2011


Browser underdog Opera fights for survival

The scrappy Norwegian browser company faces powerful threats, but a new mobile approach and growth in desktop revenue show an ability to survive. The fat lady hasn't sung yet.

By November 8, 2010


Cisco launching series of new collaboration tools

Cisco's Quad, Prosumer Video, and WebEx Connect products are designed to let workers remotely connect and collaborate with their colleagues.

By June 14, 2010


Juniper, Polycom forge telepresence, video-conferencing alliance

Joint venture announced Monday is designed to compete with Cisco after its recent acquisition of Tandberg and bring companies inexpensive video-conferencing services.

By January 25, 2010