October 27, 2000
The Aliso Viejo developer and marketer of e-commerce and communication software products and services reported a third-quarter net loss of $873,000, or 5 cents a share, compared with a net loss of $3.7 million, or 24 cents a share, a year earlier. Revenue rose 89% to $3.4 million.
June 7, 2000 |
Smith Micro Software Inc., an Aliso Viejo maker of electronic commerce and communication software products, said Tuesday that it is seeking foreign patent protection for its motion-detection software. The company said in a press release that it filed a Demand for Preliminary Examination with the European Patent Office. The filing relates to techniques, algorithms and software developed by Smith Micro for motion-triggered alarms.
March 16, 2000 |
Shares of Smith Micro Software Inc. shot up 23.5% Wednesday after the Aliso Viejo Internet communications software company said that it had received a patent covering a video e-mail system. Smith Micro said in its press release that the patent on techniques for generating and playing encoded video, audio and text sequences sent as e-mail over the Net is particularly important to the wireless market, where bandwidth is at a premium. The company's shares gained $4.50 to close at $23.
March 14, 2000 |
Smith Micro Software Inc. shares rose $4.75, or 28%, on Monday to $21.88. The Aliso Viejo software maker's unit will develop a wireless system for the online site Pillsbury Doughboy Shop, allowing Pillsbury's customers to buy items over wireless Internet phones.
March 10, 2000 |
Stock in Smith Micro Software Inc. continued to fly Thursday, propelled by news of two new products connecting cellular telephone users to the Internet. The Aliso Viejo company's shares, which traded around $4 each for several months, started taking off last Thursday after Smith Micro said it had created a new wireless and broadband division. The price then went as high as $8.13 a share.
December 11, 1999 |
Apparently swept up in market demand for all things Linux, Smith Micro Software Inc. shares continued to rocket Friday, more than doubling before settling back down to $6.50 a share, a 12% increase. "I have to look at a collection of items" to explain the surge in price, said William Smith, the company's president.