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VerticalSearch.com LLC, has announced the launch of its beta B2B vertical search engine.

Posted Nov 22, 2005

The entire advertising marketplace is in a state of flux caused by the search engines’ introduction of pay-for-performance advertising programs, according to a just-released study from InfoCommerce Group entitled “Online Buying Guides: Making Sense of What’s Happening Now.”

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Viapoint Corporation, a provider of desktop organizer software, has announced the availability of an update to the Viapoint Smart Organizer product including an adapter to the X1 Desktop Search solution and new viewer architecture to preview desktop resources.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

QUALCOMM Incorporated, a provider of digital wireless communications and advanced electronic messaging solutions for the Internet, has announced the commercial release of Eudora 7 software, a new version of the email program for Windows that includes an indexed search which provides search result speeds of up to 20 times faster than previous versions.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Quintura Inc., a Web search company, has announced the release of its Web search software, Quintura Search 1.0 beta designed to help users find relevant information on the Web easier and faster.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Inxight Software, a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery, has announced Inxight SmartDiscovery Awareness Server 5.4, which allows users to query a variety of internal and external sources from one search box, and then to cluster and filter the results by relevant people, companies, concepts (noun phrases), places, and other entities mentioned in them.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, has announced Direct Answers.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Siderean Software, provider of Seamark Navigator, an enterprise content navigation solution, has announced a product and services solution for extracting and aligning metadata from large amounts of unstructured and structured data based on the IBM Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA).

Posted Nov 18, 2005

The EContent team suggests some sites, projects, and resources that—while outside the scope of the EContent 100 list—are well worth taking a closer look at.

Posted Nov 16, 2005

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of Alta Vista in December 1995 and more than 40 years since the first full-text search engine with Boolean operators became operational. Indeed, most of the features now commonplace on enterprise search engines had been developed and commercialized by the mid-1970s. So you would think that the use of enterprise search technology would be well-established and reliable by now.

Posted Nov 16, 2005

I recently returned from giving two weeks of workshops on using the Web for research and was surprised at the number of people who were unfamiliar with blogs and their use for research purposes. One of the first questions I heard was, “How do I search blogs? That’s not on Google, right?” Well, the 800-pound gorilla has made another hefty move, and now we can use Google to search at least some of the blogosphere.

Posted Nov 16, 2005

Google Inc. has announced that its hosted Web analytics service, Google Analytics, is now free.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

Siderean Software, a provider of digital content navigation solutions, has outlined its strategy to advance the usability, efficiency, and quality of digital content access applications.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

Basis Technology, a provider of solutions for multilingual computing and information retrieval, and TEMIS, a provider of text mining enterprise solutions, have announced a new business alliance.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

Inxight Software, a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery and Kapow Technologies, a provider of Web Integration, have entered into an agreement to integrate and jointly market and sell the Kapow Web Integration platform with Inxight SmartDiscovery Analysis Server.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

RLG, a not-for-profit organization of over 150 research libraries, archives, and museums has announced a partnership with LookSmart, an online media and technology company specializing in vertical search.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

I got to thinking about the impact on information professionals of all the alternative avenues our clients have for getting access to the high-end content; we used to be able to control access, as owners of a Dialog or LexisNexis password. It is almost staggering to see how many sources people now have for published articles.

Posted Nov 10, 2005

Mercado Software, a provider of ecommerce search & merchandising solutions for online retail and B2B organizations, has announced the release of its new bSMART solution for B2B-focused online businesses.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

ECNext has announced the launch of Manta as a search destination for sources of business intelligence.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

PubSub, a search tool for tracking what people are saying about the topics they care about, has announced an agreement with Cymfony, a provider of automated media analysis and marketing intelligence solutions.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

IBM is delivering a new Public Image Monitoring Solution, a software offering designed with Nstein Technologies and Factiva, to allow organizations to analyze commentary, issues, and information affecting their brand, and providing insight into how they operate and make business decisions.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

I witnessed on television what I’ve often been critical about in Web multimedia use in business: the inability to search and quickly click to the precise part of content that I’m interested in. I’ve tried messing around with podcasting for things like listening to conference panels and keynotes that I missed, but my efforts always ended in frustration because I couldn’t go directly to the spot in the audio that I was most interested in. In other words, I couldn’t search on a big fat audio stream.

Posted Nov 03, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer, a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced the availability of the FAST Personal Search Platform (FAST PSP).

Posted Nov 01, 2005

LookSmart, an online media and technology company specializing in vertical search, has unveiled 161 new vertical search sites in a variety of categories.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

Back in the day (in Internet years, that’s 1998) the term “coopetition” became one of the keywords of the dotcom revolution. The uniqueness of the Web link, the sheer interdependence of one site with another to push and pull eyeballs around this vast new terrain, made it imperative that rival publishers of content partner share traffic and often ad revenues. All boats will rise, they said. Fallen out of favor in the post-bubble years, “coopetition” is exactly what I see evolving in the complex search/content economy.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

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