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Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has unveiled FAST mSearch and has announced the formation of a strategic partnership with TietoEnator.

Posted Mar 18, 2005

TEMIS, a text mining software vendor in Europe and Lingsoft, a natural language processing specialist, have signed a bilateral collaboration agreement. Under the terms of this agreement, TEMIS will expand the linguistic coverage of its software solutions to support 16 languages.

Posted Mar 15, 2005

ActivePoint, a provider of contextual natural language search and guidance engines that are designed to emulate the human communications process to provide pinpointed discovery, has announced the availability of its TX5 Discovery Engine system suite.

Posted Mar 11, 2005

Google has announced a new feature on Google News that enables users to customize their front page news as they read it.

Posted Mar 11, 2005

Search Word Pro has been released--an online search tool that is designed to search search engines, blogs, invisible Web resources, government search engines, magazines, and news search engines and sites in a new way. The technology is the culmination of over four years of research and development by former federal government researcher Paul J. Krupin and Don Short, programmer and President of One Word Telecommunications, both based in Kennewick, Washington.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

Stellent, Inc.’s Content Components Division, a provider of component technologies for extracting, converting, and viewing unstructured data, has announced the release of Stellent Outside In Technology version 8.0. Stellent Outside In Technology is designed to enhance hundreds of software applications, such as enterprise content management, search, email management, antivirus and anti-spam security, data forensics, litigation support, product lifecycle management, portals, and compliance management.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

Infotrieve, Inc. has announced plans to launch its new Web-based search and discovery research environment, the Life Science Research Center (LSRC), later this month. The LSRC is designed to simplify scientists’ daily workflow by providing a robust user interface to search diverse types of scientific, technical, and medical (STM) information and to identify relationships across traditionally disparate sources of content.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

SurfWax, Inc., a provider of Internet search and post-search solutions, has formally launched its Web-based Nextaris service. Nextaris is an integrated set of Web-based tools that are intended to allow users to easily search, capture, manage, securely share, and publish online information and collaborative blogs from the desktop or Web-enabled mobile devices.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

Google Inc. has announced the formal launch of Google Desktop Search, a free downloadable application that is designed to enable users to search for information on their own computers. Previously in beta, the 1.0 release adds search over the full text of PDFs and the meta-information stored with music, image, and video files.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced the availability of FAST ProPublish, an enterprise search-based publication production management and delivery solution. FAST ProPublish, the latest Search Derivative Application (SDA) to leverage the FAST Enterprise Search Platform (FAST ESP), is designed to give professional and business publishers a powerful solution for gathering and processing data, resulting in the improved delivery of information to both online and off-line users.

Posted Mar 04, 2005

Yahoo! Inc. has announced the launch of the Yahoo! Search Developer Network a resource that is intended to provide developers with access to Web service application programming interfaces (APIs) to Yahoo! Search products and Overture's (which will be re-branded Yahoo! Search Marketing Solutions) API programs.

Posted Mar 04, 2005

ClearForest, a provider of text-driven business intelligence solutions, has announced its product roadmap and strategic direction for 2005. In March, ClearForest will deliver a partner-ready version of its Text Analytics Platform and over the next ten months, plans to forge relationships with key enterprise partners to deliver a host of industry-specific unified business intelligence solutions.

Posted Mar 01, 2005

IXIASOFT, a provider of embeddable XML databases and search, has announced the availability of TEXTML Server 3.5. This new version builds on TEXTML Server's native XML storage and information retrieval technology and introduces new features designed to help OEM partners develop enterprise-scale content management solutions quickly and efficiently.

Posted Mar 01, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced that National Instruments, a provider of virtual instrumentation, has selected and deployed FAST Data Search 360 to power the search capabilities of its newly unveiled corporate intranet and public facing Web site.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

JupiterResearch, a division of Jupitermedia Corporation, has releases a new report, "Vertical Search: Early Marketers Will Reap Rewards of Low Pricing," which projects that the search industry will develop in much the same way historical media markets before it have, with the broad-based search engines spawning a raft of vertical search engines dedicated to specific categories.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

Copernic has announced the availability of a new version (1.5) of its Copernic Desktop Search (CDS) product that is designed to fully support Mozilla Thunderbird, including indexing of Thunderbird emails, attachments, and contacts. Copernic has also announced support for indexing Eudora emails and attachments as well as new features based on feedback from users.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

Content providers had better keep their eyes on this rapidly evolving sector. Search is becoming a lynchpin both of the Web economy and the way users navigate to your content.

Posted Feb 23, 2005

Vivisimo, a provider of intelligent clustering, search, and meta-search software for organizing search results, has announced that the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System, Effyis Inc. (BoardReader.com), the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), and FatWallet have adopted Vivisimo Velocity.

Posted Feb 22, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced the launch of its FAST Search Best Practices consulting services (FAST SBP).

Posted Feb 18, 2005

Onfolio, Inc., an independent software company committed to helping professionals conduct research and manage Web information, has unveiled Onfolio 2.0. Onfolio 2.0 is a PC solution that’s 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 Feb 15, 2005

Ingenta, a technology and services provider for the publishing and information industries, and Infotrieve, Inc., a provider of content software technology and information services, have announced an expanded partnership that is intended to enable Ingenta-hosted content to be indexed by Infotrieve’s full-text crawler.

Posted Feb 08, 2005

Inxight Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery, has announced the general availability of Inxight ThingFinder Advanced, which is designed to extend the power of Inxight’s entity extraction by enabling the definition of custom, pattern-based entities. The original Inxight ThingFinder identifies and extracts 27 entities – such as people, dates, places, companies, or other things – from text data sources, in multiple languages.

Posted Feb 08, 2005

Intellext has announced that it has emerged from its research and development stage and is now commercially marketing and shipping its software solution, Watson. The product of research conducted by Intellext co-founders Dr. Jay Budzik and Dr. Kristian Hammond at Northwestern University, Watson is intended to remove the burden of search from the shoulders of computer users. By reading and understanding what people are working on and using that knowledge to proactively find and deliver useful information to the user, Watson is designed to find information the user didn't know existed, in places they otherwise might not have looked.

Posted Feb 04, 2005

icrossing, a search engine marketing agency, has debuted two new services: Search Intelligence and Applied Search.

Posted Feb 01, 2005

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for marketing, selling, and delivering commercial business content via the Web, has announced a new emarketing consulting service that is intended to help business publishers and other information vendors increase revenue from online content sales and from advertising.

Posted Feb 01, 2005

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