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Scientists in the US have demonstrated a new technique for generating photons for use in optical quantum information processing: using a laser to excite a single photon from a cloud of rubidium gas.The technique, developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology Research, exploits the properties of an atom in which one or more electrons has been excited near ionisation energy levels, the so-called Rydberg state.
Two years after the debut of Serial ATA, this technology has continued to excite as well as frustrate vendors adopting it. Here's one vendor's view and expectations for this technology's next iteration.
Motorola has tweaked the design of its flagship 3G phone, notably adding Bluetooth. However, it remains large and bulky, with Internet access restricted to 3's suite of services.
Unicast, one of the chief providers of audio and video advertisements on the Web, has acquired some assets of Enliven, a Net ad pioneer previously owned by defunct cable-access provider Excite@Home. Enliven had been struggling to find a buyer in recent months after severe contraction in the online ad market. New York-based Unicast, whose pop-up ads, or superstitials, are widely used by traditional marketers, bought Enliven's campaign management platform, among other assets. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Under the deal, Unicast will integrate into its products Enliven tools that help marketers track the effectiveness of advertisements using Macromedia's Flash technology. Unicast plans to provide complete support for existing Enliven campaigns until they are completed and retain several Enliven employees during the transition. Enliven's interim CEO, Scott Kliger, will remain with Sage Hill Partners, Enliven's lead investor. --Stefanie Olsen, Special to ZDNet News
At least one cable partner of Excite@Home has terminated high-speed access to its customers. Other cable partners are preparing to switch customers in case an outage occurs.
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As Excite@Home, Disney and others are learning the hard way, running a Web portal is just too costly unless you're No. 1. The layoffs have been in the hundreds and the write-offs in the millions--or even billions. Who can survive?
As Excite@Home, Disney and others are learning the hard way, running a Web portal is just too costly unless you're No. 1.
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When new subscribers to the Excite@Home (Nasdaq:ATHM) cable modem service sign their contract, no one tells them where the land mines are buried. Those land mines come in the form of a mandated ban on providing access to any streaming video longer than 10 minutes in length and the right of any cable operator to independently ban any kind of content from being accessed by their particular cable modem subscribers.
The free online greeting-card service may sell the site for about $1 billion. Potential buyers include eToys, CMGI and Excite@Home.
Excite is today launching its own Star Wars fan site, "Get Ready for Star Wars Episode 1."
Bank One is to announce a financial services partnership today with Excite that could bring more than $125 million to the Internet hub.
Bank One Corp. is expected to announce Wednesday a financial services partnership with Excite Inc.
Everyone's bracing for the Big One -- an earthshaking merger between a big media company and a Yahoo!, Lycos or Excite.
In Netscape Communications Corp.'s most ambitious effort so far to turn its Netcenter Web site into an all-purpose Internet portal, the company announced Monday an extensive marketing and technology development partnership with one of the most highly-trafficked portal players, Excite Inc.
No foolin' here: Software.net on April 1 will introduce its new CEO and a deal with Excite Inc.
Excite Inc., developer of WebCrawler, one of the earliest search engines, on Monday announced plans to repackage WebCrawler as a start page that will go head to head with similar offerings from Yahoo!