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Excite

(Excite.com, Irvington, NY, www.excite.com) One of the major search engines on the Web founded in 1995 and part of IAC Search & Media. Excite was acquired by Ask Jeeves, Inc. in 2004, which was acquired by IAC in 2005. See Web search engines.
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To justify its $299 price point, Excite Pure keeps its features to the minimal.
Excite used to estimate two or three months to develop a new site, and if you factored in all three carriers--AU, DoCoMo, and Vodafone--then that development time would balloon to four months or more.
One in eighteen users used any Boolean capabilities and, of the users employing them, every second user made a mistake, as defined by Excite rules.
Excite paid Netscape an upfront $70m, last year and granted Netscape warrants in two tranches.
Excite internet media is comprised of component services which stimulate the intellectual curiosity of those who love the urban lifestyle.
The new system expands Excite@Home's instant messaging offering with voice capabilities, personalisation and tight integration with the company's products and services, including Excite Inbox and Excite Address Book.
The deal means Excite, the second-most popular search site after Yahoo
Excite users who have already personalised their Excite start page will be able to see all of their personalised information carried over from their PC to their phones upon registering from their mobile phone at http://www.
It will also be in charge of the management of Excite Australia.
eXCite takes pure ISO/ANSI-C descriptions with untimed interface behavior and generates many possible architectures based on user-guided transformations, interface selection and performance/area tradeoffs.
To mark the formation of the group, a new web store hosting service for small businesses, called Excite StoreBuilder, has also been launched.