After 100 years of celebrating cultural and scientific achievement, the Nobel Prize Committee has decided to make some minor changes. The official website for the accolade, www.Nobelprize.org, is going to be revamped by Akamai, a Cambridge, MA based company.
Apart from benefitting the companies involved, the contract may also be positive for Boston itself.
Consumer Electronic Stock News; Nyxio Technologies (OTCBB:NYXO) Appoints Director of Asian Operations
PORTLAND, OR - September 30, 2011 (Investorideas.com Tech stocks newswire) - Nyxio Technologies Corporation (OTC.BB: NYXO.PK) ("Nyxio" or the "Company"), a leading provider of cutting edge "Smart TV" and consumer electronics products, is very pleased to welcome Janny Peng as Director of Asian Operations just as the Company commences strategic plans for entry into the Chinese marketplace where rece
Consumer Electronic Stock News; Nyxio Technologies (OTCBB:NYXO) To Be Featured in Wall Street Journal Advertorial on September 2
MOLINE, Ill. - September 28, 2011 (Investorideas.com Tech stocks newswire) - A 16-page, full color insert highlighting Nyxio Technologies (OTCQB: NYXO) will be carried by The Wall Street Journal as an advertorial in select editions of tomorrow's paper, Wednesday, September 28th, 2011.
Consumer Electronic Stock Nyxio (OTC: NYXO) on the Run: Stock Continues Yesterday's Gains in Early Trading
POINT ROBERTS - September 22, 2011 - www.InvestorIdeas.com, a global investor research portal for independent investors, issues a trading alert for Consumer Electronic Company Nyxio Technologies Corporation (OTC: NYXO). The stock traded up in yesterday's trading session on news and is continuing with strong moves this morning in the first hour of trading.
Nyxio (OTC: NYXO ) Trading Alert : Consumer Electronic Stock Up 11.61% on News of New Product
Smart TV Pioneer Nyxio (OTC: NYXO.PK) Forecasted to be a Winner
Is Amazon about to conquer a whole new market?
There is a report in the Wall Street Journal this morning that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) could be launching a Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) style service for e-books.
If this is true, then Amazon is not just intent on killing Netflix, it may be intent on taking on Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iBooks store, and being the "king of content."