Part of the category description reads as follows:
This category recognizes innovative and buzz-worthy products that excited judges and conference attendees.
It appears there was one other finalist, RES ONE Security Suite. So the
"show award" comment makes sense. You can see a better description of the category in which hopTo placed by going to #techtarget on twitter to click on the applicable link.
I was asking myself the very same question. First, what does "show award" mean? 3rd place in the New Tech category? Then, what are the other two things that happened? Was the tweet referencing hopTo or the overall Synergy event? Very cryptic tweet.
Well, at least that is something! Let's see if we win. Fingers crossed.
The only announcement they made was a tweet that said it was a "great event". Have no idea what was so great about it - maybe the food was good.
HopTo continues to promote hopTo for HDX, including MAX IE. I'm hoping it will be ready to ship by Synergy, which is tomorrow. More importantly, we need an announcement of a significant licensee. There is still a lot more download activity for hopTo Work. It seems we are so close. We'll see.
Isn't FLML entitled to a response from the FDA on the SPA specifically? I don't know what you mean by "IND" but the date on the bottom of the clinical trial description is now changed to May 17.
How do we really know there was a "positive SPA nod"? Insiders certainly could not purchase shares on such insider info. Thus, shouldn't we assume the SPA was not received by Friday? In fact, shouldn't we be a little concerned there has been no announcement concerning the SPA as of yet?
I can't find the hopTo free version on the App store. Also, it seems the downloads of that free version has come to a halt since a couple of days ago. I wonder if it will be replaced with an upgraded pay version. As a free version, it was getting downloads in about 150 countries daily.
It is really impossible to describe how hopTo works, show what it does, and answer questions in just one hour. Barry would need at least two hours. For instance, Barry didn't even mention the tab feature which I think is awesome. You can have several apps running at a time and cut and paste between tabs. But that feature has been around so long, hopTo rarely highlights it any more. There are so many things hopTo can do now, it is just impossible to highlight them all in just one hour, especially when there are technical problems with the webinar host and time is taken explaining alternatives, market trends, and need for hopTo solution. The demo time is just too short.
I can tell you this, there is a lot more download activity for hopTo Work recently and there is also very recent activity for hopTo Work for Citrix. I just hope the momentum continues.
Your comments fit nicely with speculation I had a few months ago when Citrix acquired Comtrade's Citrix product. If the hopTo Citrix product catches on as did Comtrade's Citrix product, more than likely the same type of acquisition will take place.
No response to the above query? What is your take fd? Are you selling into this buyback or do you think it is a ruse as was the Dutch Auction?
It doesn't seem warranted but I think it explains the drop.
I think you are saying if medicare reimbursement is not increased through Congress, this stock is going nowhere but down. Correct? Cuz even with increases in prices, there are not enough commercial flights to offset the medicare flights and the price cannot increase forever. In fact, we have probably already exceeded the top price private insurance is going to pay and it is almost impossible to collect the balance from the insured. Investors thought that as employment grew the flights covered by private insurance with grow also. But, it hasn't happened that way yet. Will it ever happen?
Question: Is the buyback a means by which the insiders can liquidate their shares at higher prices or is it a means to purchase shares at lower prices while knowing there are good times ahead? The insiders employed the latter purpose when they did the Dutch Auction a few years ago.
It really doesn't matter how many shares Fallon owns, what matters is how many of those shares he purchased at market prices. If the value of his gifted shares goes down, he can simply gift himself more shares to make up for it. No skin off his nose, just a punch in the gut for the shareholders.
Nerd, I don't like admitting it because I am very long on this stock, but you are totally correct. The reason the sell off has been so brutal is because even when times were really good and estimates were beaten every quarter, the investors didn't receive much of the bounty. Infn lives on non-gaap reporting because they give away all the rewards to themselves and their employees. They are all living large and the investors are thrown the scraps. The market began to figure this out when the shares were $24 and have never looked back. I am still making a good deal of money on the company only because I purchased a ton of shares below $6. However, if the management would share the wealth with the shareholders, I would be making a lot more, and the employees would be better off also. I'm hoping next quarter will provide a good bounce to the shares so I can get out.
Well, it looks like project Mobilis is at least partially completed. I say partially because there is no mention of IE apps being run with hopTo and HDX. So that part of the project is unclear. Also, it looks like joint marketing of the product is now taking place. This is pretty good news. Hopefully, more news of large deals is not too far away.