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Bruker AXS Inc. announced an agreement to acquire the Princeton Gamma-Tech X-ray microanalysis business, with annual revenues of $5-6 million, from Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments, Inc. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed, and the acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter of...

A new report suggests Wisconsin is slowly making progress when it comes to building a technology-based economy, as judged by indicators such as producing patents, investing in private research and development, and creating high-tech jobs. The natural question: Why are we improving?...

It is happening right now. Media executives, mostly in denial, are shunning the subject. Smart ones are coming up with well-branded 24/7 web-based news sites and general broadcasts. This is a revolution, and the entire model is about to be changed....

On October 11, 2005, both the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ("CMS") and the Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General ("OIG") published separate, but parallel, proposed rules to advance the goal of widespread adoption of electronic health records technologies by hospitals, physicians,...

HP will "double down" its investments and focus on excellence in three areas: creating solutions, creating demand for those solutions, and servicing those solutions, said Mark Hurd, Hewlett-Packard President and CEO, before an audience of thousands of IT professionals at the annual Gartner Symposium/ITxpo last...

Three private companies have formed a technology alliance to deploy a wireless mesh network canopy to provide broadband wireless internet ("Wi-Fi") access to residents, businesses and visitors. The alliance has the support of Madison's Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. ...

GE Healthcare has announced the release of Centricity® Physician Office Mobile, powered by PatientKeeper®, a computing platform for physicians that extends the functionality of Centricity Physician Office to mobile devices such as PDAs and Smartphones. This new product will be unveiled at the Medical...

Radical changes are ahead for IT businesses, according to market research firm Gartner, Inc. By 2011, three-quarters of IT businesses will have found their key roles transformed. Ten percent will have closed their doors, and another ten percent will find themselves relegated to commodity status....