AT&T Acquires Ingenio And Their Pay-Per-Call Network

We haven’t heard much from Silicon Valley based Ingenio lately. In 2006 the company launched Ether, a service that allows people to charge people for calls. Since then, nada. But today AT&T

The Supernova 12

Over 100 startups applied to present their companies at the TechCrunch-sponsored Connected Innovators program at the Supernova conference last week. Twelve were selected and had a chance to launch the

Ether pay-per-call launches for public use

The telephone-time monetization system Ether officially launches today, after beta testing since March. The company calls its new stage “zeta.” Ether lets you set a price for people who wa

Super-Stealth Ether to Launch Tonight

Tonight at midnight the doors open (to beta testers) at Ether, the new super-stealth startup that is wholly-owned by the pay-per-call folks at Ingenio. The concept of Ether is straightforward, but it

Ingenio's Ether

Ether, a division of pay-per-call Ingenio, is taking email addresses for a new beta. One of the people behind it says to read this and this to get an idea of what it is. Seems like it would be easier