Tuesday, July 8, 2008
magnify360 Gets Win At Citrix
Los Angeles-based magnify360, a provider of behavioral targeting tools for web sites, said today that it has been selected by Citrix to build a community site for its partner, Microsoft. magnify360, which is headed by former LowerMyBills.com technology VP Olivier Chaine, said it will build OneGreatPartner.com, a social networking and information web site focused on Citrix-Microsoft initiatives. Financial impact of the deal was not disclosed. magnify360's technology is being used to serve the mos (More info...)

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Particle Sizing Systems Acquired By Agilent
Santa Barbara-based Particle Sizing Systems, a developer of instruments for measuring the particle size and stability of materials, has been acquired by electronic test equipment maker Agilent. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. According to Agilent, the acquisition will expand the firm's portfolio of particle analysis solutions. Particle Sizing Systems' products are used for measuring particle size in materials, and are used for measuring particles in soft drinks,inkjet inks and se (More info...)

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Teledyne Buys Webb Research
Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies announced Tuesday that it has acquired the assets of Webb Research Corp., a E. Falmouth, Mass.-based manufacturer of autonomous underwater gliding vehicles, profiling drifters, and floats. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. According to Teledyne, Webb Research had sales of $12.2M for its fiscal year ended December 31, 2007. Webb Research develops underwater vehicle systems used for oceanographic research, military surveillance, and subsea co (More info...)

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Topspin Media Gets Series B
Santa Monica-based Topspin Media, which is developing software and services to help musicians and other artists build their brands, has scored a Series B funding round from the Foundry Group. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Topspin is headed by former Yahoo! Music GM Ian Rogers, and was founded by Shamal Ranasinghe and Peter Gotcher. The firm previously raised a round of funding from Redpoint Ventures in 2007.

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Intel, Dreamworks Team On 3-D Film Technology
Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. and microprocessor maker Intel Corporation said this morning that the two have formed a strategic alliance, aimed at the 3-D filmmaking market. According to the firms, the deal calls for DreamWorks Animation to take advantage of Intel's visual computing products and tools, with Intel supplying DreamWorks with its future chips, software engineers, and helping DreamWorks convert its computing infrastructure to an Intel-based system. Financial terms of (More info...)

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Clupedia Looks For Buyer
Santa Ana-based Clupedia, a developer of browser plug-ins that allow users to comment on any web page, is looking for a buyer, socalTECH has learned. Clupedia's software allows users to download and make comments about any web page they visit, adding ratings and comments about those pages. David Saad, the firm's founder, Chairman, and CEO, declined to comment on the move, however a memo leaked from the firm's board said that the company's traction has proven to be "less than venture capitalists (More info...)

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Conexant Buys Freescale Product Line
Newport Beach-based Conexant Systems disclosed this morning that it has signed a definitive agreement with Freescale Semiconductor, to buy Freescale's SigmaTel multi-function printer imaging lines. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Conexant said the deal will make it the leading provider of semiconductor for multi-function printers and facsimile imaging applications. Freescale's SigmaTel printer imaging product lines are single-chip products geared toward the MFP imaging market, an (More info...)

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The Active Network Buys HY-TEK Sports Software
San Diego-based The Active Network announced today that it has acquired Hodgson's hurrican's, Inc. and certain assets of T&C Products, Inc., which operates as HY-TEK Sports Software. HY-TEK Sports Software provides software and services to the swimming and track & field organizations, schools, and clubs. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. HY-TEK's software is used for team management, athlete training, and meet management by professional leagues, high school teams, and colleg (More info...)

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Ripple Signs Einstein Bros., Noah's Bagel
El Segundo-based Ripple, which operates a network of information video screens at retail locations, said today that it has signed a deal with a subsidiary of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, to deploy its screens into Einstein Bros. Bagels and Noah's New York Bagels restaurants across the country. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Ripple's screens provide localized information and advertising to retail locations. Ripple said the deal expands its footprint in the Midwest and Eastern (More info...)

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