*** Army software targets stock pricesOAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - What if the same sophisticated missiletechnology used to accurately locate enemy targets was employed tofind the lowest stock price across an array of electronic markets? Ifit worked, it might be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Itdoes, and apparently it is. CyberCorp.com founder and chairman PhilipBerber was a young computer software engineer in London when he cameup with the idea in the mid-1980s. Berber, a native of Ireland, washelping to develop military and aerospace software for SystemsDesigners, England’s largest computer systems company. While workingon so-called subspotting technology, the software used by heatseeking missiles to develop trajectory lines that determine accuracy,an inspiration came to Berber. ‘It occurred to me - what if thetarget was a stock price. And at that moment the light bulb went offin my head,’ Berber said.