Friday, August 26, 2005
Trusonic Lands Mervyns
San Diego-based Trusonic said yesterday that clothing retailer Mervyns has signed on with the company's Internet-based digital music system for in-store audio. Mervyns will use the company's digital music and messaging system throughout its stores in 13 states. Trusonic provides a web-based music platform which provides custom digital music programming, and competes against Muzak and other satellite services. The company markets a digital music player which can be managed by retailers and custom (More info...)

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Acacia Corners Sony
Newport Beach-based patent firm Acacia Research said Thursday that it has signed Sony Corporation as a licensee of its audio/video enhancement and synchronization, and image resolution enhancement technologies. Acacia had filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the consumer electronics giant for its use of a noise reduction filtering system for digital radios and video displays. Acacia has been pursuing companies using its broad portfolio of patents to file patent infringement lawsuits.

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SeeBeyond Stockholders Approve Sun Microsystems Merger
Monrovia-based SeeBeyond said yesterday that its shareholders have approved the company's previously announced acquisition by Sun Microsystems. The company reported that stockholders holding approximately 72% of the total number of shares of Seebeyond stock voted in favor of the agreement. Sun is acquiring SeeBeyond for its enterprise integration software systems.

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