Shares of dot-com survivor AvantGo, ( AVGO) shot up 83% to 97 cents Friday on news that Sybase ( SY) will acquire the provider of wireless information software for $38 million in cash. AvantGo will become part of Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions subsidiary, which develops mobile databases for large businesses. "It's a good fit. We're already a leader in mobile databases. This will allow us to add their Web expertise to become even stronger," said iAnwhere President Terry Stepien in an interview. AvantGo is best known as a consumer-oriented company that sends third-party data, like stock prices, weather and maps from the Internet to handheld devices wirelessly. Sybase, an enterprise software company, earns about 10% of its annual revenue by building mobile databases that enable users to access and use corporate data on notebook PCs. Sybase's current mobile products and services are based on client-server technology, which lacks the flexibility of the Web-based technology used by AvantGo. Although AvantGo will disappear as a company, Sybase will maintain the brand and expand its reach, Stepien said. In recent trading Sybase was up 9 cents, or 0.7%, to $13.24.