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InfoSonics Corporation (IFON): Settled Back for The Next Leg Up

IFON announced on December 19, 2013 that it received a letter from the Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Staff (the “Staff”) advising that the Staff had determined that: The Company had not regained compliance with the $1.00 per share minimum bid price requirement of Nasdaq Listing Rule 5550(a)(2) as of December 9, 2013 Unless InfoSonics requested an appeal of this determination by December 26, 2013, trading of the Company’s common stock would

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Healthcare Reboot Hits BSOD

For years, the biggest single complaint everyone had with Microsoft’s Windows operating system was its infamous “Blue Screen of Death.” It became known simply (and affectionately) as BSOD. Lost data aside, it always meant a complete system “reboot” was required. That usually entailed pressing the “CTRL+ALT+DEL keys,” so it also became known in the software community as the “three-finger-salute.” Even if the middle finger wasn’t used physically – offering one at the offending (and offensive) BSOD was common practice. Those days are (mostly)

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$20 Billion Buying Spree: Deals Are Paying Off

IBM’s now about halfway through a five-year $20 billion acquisition binge, which has run from small startups like newly-acquired Xtify to major pick-ups like the summer’s $2 billion move for cloud infrastructure company SoftLayer. With another earnings report just days away, IBM is now seeking to show that the investments are paying off. Three months after its purchase of SoftLayer, IBM says the service has taken on 1,600 new business customers

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£50M ‘Long-Term Finance’: Cambridge High Tech Cluster Backed Up

There’s a bit more money sloshing around the U.K.’s high tech Cambridge cluster, thanks to a new fund that’s just been set up. The Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) fund has launched with an initial £50 million to invest, and a remit to help tech companies and start-ups focus on developing their ideas and technology — rather than having to divert energy to worrying about raising funding, accelerating revenue creation or flipping the business to

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