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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

It seems like every week there’s an announcement about yet another Internet mainstreamer like Google or Amazon making a foray into the world of scholarly content. What’s going on here? Why are broad-based, general-purpose companies moving into the rarified atmosphere of academic search? Perhaps they see an opportunity to help users in an area that many of the proprietary online services have not done well with: facilitating browsing. Our friends at Google and Amazon figured out long ago that consumers don’t just search—they also love to browse.

Posted May 12, 2005

Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, has announced the addition of Hungarian to its Linguistic Suite, bringing the total number of supported languages to more than 30, including all major Western and Eastern European languages, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and Arabic. Support for additional languages is forthcoming.

Posted May 10, 2005

KANA Software, Inc., a provider of service resolution management (SRM) solutions, has announced KANA Agent Desktop Search. The new solution is designed to enable integration between KANA Agent IQ, the company's contact center knowledge base, with desktop search applications.

Posted May 10, 2005

Maybe it’s because I have always had more stuff on my PCs than most of my peers, and as such, I have trouble finding things, that I was a very early adopter of desktop search. I really loved a $99 product called QuickFind from a small company named Softscape. I found it so useful that I wrote a review of it in 1998. QuickFind indexed and found all major files you created on your PC. In those days, “networking” meant “dial-up,” and my home PC was essentially standalone. PC viruses were almost unheard of. You found worms only in your garden and Trojan horses were the stuff of Greek mythology.

Posted May 09, 2005

Endeca, a provider of guided navigation, search, and analysis solutions, has announced the availability of new Manufacturing & Distribution Search Solutions, a combination of information retrieval applications and services expertise.

Posted May 06, 2005

WebSideStory, a provider of on-demand digital marketing applications, has completed its acquisition of Avivo Corporation, a provider of on-demand site search and Web content management. Under the terms of the deal, WebSideStory acquired all of the outstanding capital stock and options of Atomz in exchange for approximately 3.1 million shares of common stock and approximately $4.3 million in cash.

Posted May 06, 2005

FinancialContent, Inc., a provider of financial data and business applications to online media and financial services companies, has announced the launch of a bilingual financial channel with paid search listings in English and Spanish at Quepasa.com. FinancialContent has also entered into a strategic alliance with Quepasa Corporation to extend the availability of Quepasa's performance-based advertising solutions in both English and Spanish across FinancialContent's network of financial channel deployments.

Posted Apr 29, 2005

A.I. Tech Software, Inc., a provider of relationship management solutions with an integrated natural language (NLP) interface, and Inxight Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery, have partnered to create a set of solutions designed to improve and enhance existing CRM, service, and support products.

Posted Apr 29, 2005

AdGooroo, a paid search competitive intelligence company, has launched version 3.0, including a competitive keyword research service, trademark infringement monitoring, and extended agency capabilities. AdGooroo's trademark monitoring service is designed to help advertisers protect their revenues and brand equity by actively monitoring search engine advertising.

Posted Apr 29, 2005

Intellext has announced its newest solution, the ActiveContext iSuite, available with client, server, and component modules. This newest product suite from Intellext is designed to help companies that are in the business of publishing and distributing online content to increase the visibility of their information and offer their users a richer and more satisfying online experience by driving content to the people who need it.

Posted Apr 29, 2005

Siebel Systems, Inc., a provider of business applications software, and Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, have formed a multi-year partnership. Terms of the agreement involve the integration of FAST InStream within the core Siebel business applications platform, making FAST’s enterprise search capabilities available across Siebel Systems’ family of business applications and hosted solutions.

Posted Apr 26, 2005

Infospace Search & Directory, a Web search and online directory services provider and a business of InfoSpace, Inc., has announced a two-year agreement to add results from MSN Search, a search engine built from the ground up by Microsoft, to Infospace's search offering.

Posted Apr 22, 2005

BBN Technologies, a developer of speech recognition technologies, Jubilant Technologies Inc., creator of a middleware platform for multimedia management, and Verity Inc. have announced the availability of a video-audio search solution for organizations seeking to better organize, locate, and analyze relevant multimedia content.

Posted Apr 22, 2005

Dieselpoint, a provider of search software, has announced a new version of Dieselpoint Search, which is designed to provide an all-Java solution to the problem of finding information in documents, databases, and XML. Dieselpoint Search fully supports full-text search, but the software also allows metadata facets to be exposed in the search interface, enabling guided browsing via dynamically-generated hyperlinks.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

Onfolio, Inc., an independent software company committed to helping students and professionals find and manage Web information, has announced the general availability of Onfolio 2.0. Onfolio 2.0 is a PC solution built into the browser with integrated tools for reading RSS news feeds, collecting and organizing online content, and publishing to email, weblogs, and Web sites.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

Verity Inc. has announced the availability of a business process management (BPM) solution with full-text search for access to time-sensitive content across the entire business process lifecycle. Verity LiquidOffice version 4.0 includes the capability to search, evaluate, and monitor in-process content and other information.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

Google Inc. has released two new local services that are designed to enable people on-the-go to quickly and easily connect to the information they want from their mobile phones or wireless device. From local business listings to interactive street maps, users can now access Google Local information via a mobile Web browser and driving directions using Google SMS.

Posted Apr 15, 2005

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