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I, Robin Hood: Bowblade does archery the iOS way

A new high-tech bow mixes in some low-tech features to try to give people exercise and gaming at the same time.

By January 31, 2013

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B&O A9 is an AirPlay-enabled speaker, not an archery target

The B&O A9 is an enormous AirPlay enabled speaker to pump your tunes to your party -- just hope no one uses it for target practice.

By October 5, 2012

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Exploring expert guidance through Glass

Google Glass is more than just a wearable camera -- it's a way to receive real-time coaching with video chats. CNET's Bridget Carey dons Glass and gets a lesson in archery while in a Google+ Hangout.

By May 10, 2013

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Exploring expert guidance through Glass

Google Glass is more than just a wearable camera -- it's a way to receive real-time coaching with video chats. CNET's Bridget Carey dons Glass and gets a lesson in archery while in a Google+ Hangout.

By May 10, 2013

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Baby bot on way to becoming archery champ

Italian researchers have programmed an open-source, child-size robot to wield a bow and arrow. And it's pretty damn good at it.

By September 27, 2010

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Innovance gets $88 million in round

Optical equipment start-up Innovance Networks said Monday that it raised $88 million in its second round of funding, with help from optical components maker JDS Uniphase and optical fiber maker Corning. Advanced Technology Ventures led the round and received a seat on Innovance's board. Morgenthaler Ventures, Thomas Weisel Capital Partners, Azure Capital, Banc of America Securities, Kalkhoven Pettit & Levin Ventures and Archery Capital also contributed to the round. The Ottawa-based company will use the funding to commercially launch its product in the second quarter. Innovance makes gear that works in core networks, or long-haul networks, which transport data between cities. This second round of funding adds to the $75 million first round that closed in 2000 and that was led by Morgenthaler and Thomas Weisel.

February 25, 2002

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Safewww pulls in $5.3 million

Safewww has raised $5.3 million toward its second round, which it later hopes will reach $8 million. Cablevision Systems, Archery Venture Partners and Cohen & Co. were the latest investors, with Cablevision and Archery both receiving board seats. Uniondale, N.Y.-based Safewww has raised a total of $8.8 million. The company provides security software and services that not only require a name and password but also use digital identification unique to a consumer's computer.

By December 19, 2001

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NeuVis Software grabs $10 million

NeuVis Software said Monday that it received a $10 million fourth round of funding. Investors included Goldman Sachs, J&W Seligman, Connecticut Innovations, Lehman Brothers, Admirals, CP Baker, General Electric Pension Trust, The Chatterjee Group and Archery Capital. NeuVis software is designed to help companies quickly create applications via its automated code-generation software. The Shelton, Conn.-based company has raised a total of $70 million with this latest round. See complete list.

By July 16, 2001