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Inxight Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery, has announced that it has hired a new General Manager for Government Solutions and opened a new Washington, D.C., regional office.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

Endeca, a provider of Guided Navigation, Search, and Analysis solutions, has announced that Ace Hardware has selected the Endeca ProFind search and navigation platform designed to help store employees find and order products from across the hardware chain’s collective, nationwide inventory.

Posted Jun 10, 2005

Intelligenxia, a provider in software solutions for unstructured data analysis, has announced that its analytic software, IxReveal, is now available to federal, state and local government agencies though immixTechnology's GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule, contract number GS-35F-0330J.

Posted Jun 10, 2005

Digimarc Corporation has announced the public beta of Digimarc Image Search, a desktop search tool designed for the digital photography market.

Posted May 31, 2005

FirstStop WebSearch, LLC has announced the addition of a "Social Bookmarks" search category within FirstStop WebSearch, its meta-search engine software product.

Posted May 31, 2005

Search Automator, Inc. has introduced its Search Automator version 1.0 research tool. Search Automator v1.0 is a combination search engine/Internet browser software framework designed to improve search results by minimizing wasted time and maximizing search queries.

Posted May 27, 2005

Infotrieve, Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the company's Life Science Research Center (LSRC), a Qeb-based information research tool that provides scientists with search-based access to critical information that impacts scientific workflow.

Posted May 27, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced an OEM partnership with EMC Corporation, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, FAST InStream will be integrated into the recently released Documentum 5.3 platform, an ECM offering based on a unified architecture.

Posted May 27, 2005

i411, Inc., a search-technology provider based in northern Virginia, has developed Discovery Engine, a search tool that uses algorithms to compress information into a format that is optimized for searching. Discovery Engine is intended to make navigating massive information bases easier, and allows users to focus their searches and obtain the specific information they seek.

Posted May 24, 2005

Google has announced a strategic initiative referred to as "fusion," the goal of which is to bring together Google functionality, and content from across the Web. The personalized homepage is the first of a number of approaches the company is exploring to make personalized information more accessible and useful.

Posted May 24, 2005

Ask Jeeves, Inc., a provider of information retrieval technologies, brands, and Internet advertising services, has announced the acquisition of Excite Italia B.V., the operator of Excite Europe, a network of pan-European portal properties, from Tiscali, S.p.A.

Posted May 24, 2005

MSNBC.com has announced the launch of Digital Life, found within the site’s Tech & Science section. This new, interactive lifestyle technology subsection is designed to allow users to enter a digital representation of various living spaces in the home and discover the way technology has transformed each.

Posted May 24, 2005

Vivísimo, the creator of clustering software for search and discovery, has introduced the Velocity for Life Sciences (VLS) search and discovery platform that includes meta-alerts, collaboration, document delivery, and advanced reporting capabilities for improved knowledge sharing among functional groups across an enterprise. Vivisimo has also announced that Bio-It World has chosen the Velocity for Life Sciences platform and that the company has partnered with Discovery.com.

Posted May 20, 2005

Google Inc. has announced Google Desktop Search for Enterprise. This free downloadable application is designed to enable companies to provide employees with the ability to search for information on their computers in a similar manner to Google.com. Also, Innovative Interfaces has entered a development partnership with Michigan State University Libraries to allow enhanced access to their subscription resources through Google Scholar.

Posted May 20, 2005

Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, has announced the general availability of Teragram TK240 Version 5, the company's flagship taxonomy management software. Teragram TK240 Version 5 allows content management specialists to develop, test, and deploy taxonomies using Teragram's categorization and concept extraction technology that is designed to enable faster and more accurate classification of vast amounts of information in real-time.

Posted May 20, 2005

Inxight Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery, has completed its purchase of the federated search and alert technology product line, formerly called Enterprise Discovery Suite, from Intelliseek, Inc. The product line has been renamed Inxight SmartDiscovery Awareness Server.

Posted May 20, 2005

InQuira, a provider of search solutions intended to improve the quality of customer interactions through Web sites and contact centers, has announced the general availability of InQuira 7, an expansion and upgrade of InQuira's Intelligent Search platform. New products that are now part of the platform include Personalized Navigation and Process Wizards, in addition to the recently announced Contact Center Advisor and Information Manager modules.

Posted May 17, 2005

Siderean Software, Inc., a provider of information search and aggregation technology, has announced the general availability of its Seamark Navigation Server – a turn-key, enterprise-class navigation capability that is designed to permit users to “search the way they think” using a natural, intuitive process.

Posted May 17, 2005

ISYS Search Software, a supplier of enterprise search solutions for business and government, has announced the release of ISYS 7, the company's next-generation enterprise search platform. ISYS also announced the immediate general availability of ISYS:desktop 7, the company's enterprise-class desktop search application.

Posted May 17, 2005

Koders, Inc., creators of tools that are designed to enable organic code reuse and improve developer productivity, has announced the availability of Koders.com, a new search tool for identifying and accessing open source code on the Internet.

Posted May 17, 2005

Local search technology, which has been growing in popularity, is all about bringing information about where you live into your search parameters. For example, you can find a doctor or a florist in your area, get their phone number, a map with directions, and in some cases, access reviews of the business.

Posted May 16, 2005

It was not that long ago when PC users were pleading for decent consumer desktop search tools—software that provides a way to search your hard drive the same way you do the Internet. But with the exception of a few companies, nobody seemed to be heeding the call, not even the big names in Internet search: Google, MSN, and Yahoo!. Then suddenly last summer, that all changed, starting with Copernic’s release of a free desktop search tool. By the end of last year in flurry of releases, the big three followed with branded offerings. Others, including AOL and Ask, released tools as well. Some developed their own, while others purchased a solution or licensed one from another vendor. But in the course of a few months, we went from a sparsely populated desktop search marketplace to one crowded with solutions.

Posted May 16, 2005

Ovid Technologies, provider of electronic medical, scientific, and academic research information solutions, has announced its next generation federated search solution, SearchSolver. Ovid SearchSolver is a federated search and resource discovery tool intended to allow organizations to simplify access to online information.

Posted May 13, 2005

“Search,” as Steve Cohen, EVP and VP of products at Basis Technology, explains, “is made up of two stages: indexing and retrieval.” Monolingual search is relatively straightforward, but things get much more complex when you start offering search options in more than one language. Given that the Web is increasingly multilingual, the need for robust search options in a wide variety of languages is growing. As such, major search engines Google, Yahoo!, and MSN Search all offer multilingual search, to varying degrees. Google is the polyglot of the group, supporting more than 100 languages. MSN Search offers the fewest, but this may be due to its relative newness to the search game.

Posted May 13, 2005

Recently there’s been an explosion of new developments related to finding and using visual and audio resources on the Web. Multimedia is definitely hot. While there have been some fee-based services that monitor and provide clips of television programming for corporations, such as ShadowTV and Critical TV, we’re seeing considerable activity in providing free access to multimedia content on the Web.

Posted May 13, 2005

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