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Endeca, a provider of search and Guided Navigation solutions for the enterprise, has announced the immediate availability of Endeca ProFind 4.5 and InFront 4.5.

Posted Aug 06, 2004

Vivísimo, a provider of clustering and meta-search software for organizing search results, and LookSmart, a search company, have announced a clustering search feed, which is designed to dramatically improve click-through rates and increase revenue generation capabilities for Web sites while simultaneously improving the experience of search users.

Posted Aug 06, 2004

Zeppelin Energy Inc., a U.S. company with interests in software and other sectors, has acquired Rocket Technologies Inc., who under their "Rocketinfo" trademark and moniker is a developer of current news search, content, and publishing solutions.

Posted Aug 06, 2004

When Doyal Bryant recently took over as CEO of Market Central, Inc., a CRM portal company, he realized that he’d inherited a diamond in the rough. This particular gem was an “intent-based” deductive search engine that was “just sitting there” within the company languishing, according to Bryant. Just released to the general market, this gem has been dubbed SourceWare Search, and with the release, he’s anxious to see if it shines. The company has begun selling licenses and believes the product will appeal to both the commercial and enterprise markets.

Posted Aug 05, 2004

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, and Tellus Software AS, a developer of custom enterprise search applications, have announced a value-added reseller (VAR) agreement, making Tellus Software a reseller of FAST’s search solutions.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

Atomz, a provider of hosted enterprise Web site applications, has announced the second major upgrade this year to its Atomz Commerce solution.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

Vivisimo, the clustering engine for Web search, has created a special tool for readers of the 9/11 Commission’s report.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

The Electronic Document Systems Foundation (EDSF), a non-profit organization dedicated to the document communications industry, has announced the creation of an industry resource designed to provide access to pertinent research, with educational value, from sources within the industry.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

Daum Communications Corp. of South Korea has purchased Lycos US, in an apparent effort to enter the US search market.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partnership with Orchestria, a provider of real-time visibility and control solutions for email, the Web, instant messaging, BlackBerry handhelds, and other electronic communications.

Posted Jul 30, 2004

Rocket Technologies Inc., a supplier of current news search, content, and publishing solutions has announced the formation of a strategic reseller alliance with The Canadian Press, Canada’s multimedia news agency.

Posted Jul 30, 2004

The board of directors of the Associated Press has announced plans to develop tools designed to enhance the news industry's search capabilities and licensing protection.

Posted Jul 30, 2004

ProQuest Information and Learning and MyFamily.com are partnering to produce a new tool to support genealogy research in libraries.

Posted Jul 27, 2004

Verity Inc. and Proxicom Inc. have announced a strategic partnership to provide integration of Verity K2 Enterprise (K2E) search and classification technologies with Proxicom’s Healthcare and Life Sciences solution offering.

Posted Jul 27, 2004

Dieselpoint, a provider of search software, has announced the next version of Dieselpoint Search, which is designed to provide an all-Java solution to the problem of finding information in documents, databases, and XML.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

AtHoc, Inc. and IBM have announced that they are partnering to extend the capabilities of IBM DB2 Information Integrator's enterprise search capability, part of IBM's Project Masala currently in beta.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

Crystal Semantics, has announced the launch of a linguistics-based technology designed to enhance the search capabilities of ecommerce sites.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

ProQuest Information and Learning has released the latest version of the ProQuest online information service.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

Questel•Orbit, a provider of intellectual property information services, has announced the release of PatentExaminer, a patent portfolio management system that is designed to speed patent analysis and enhance the collaboration among search experts, engineers, and patent attorneys.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

YellowPages.com has announced that AT&T Wireless will feature the YellowPages.com Directory on its mMode service using OpenMotion LLC's OpenMotion wireless platform.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

Blinkx, a free new search tool, has launched. Blinkx is designed to eliminate the need for keywords or complex search methods by linking for users and locating information, whether it is on the Web, in the news, or within files on a user's PC.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

Scholarly research has come a long way since the days of poring over stacks at the library, and search engine companies are beginning to explore the particular opportunities within academic research. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the most venerated American institutes of higher learning, made its own foray into the search market with DSpace, a joint project with Hewlett-Packard that was first launched in 2002. DSpace is open-source software designed to assist colleges and universities in creating, managing, and maintaining digital repositories. There are currently about 125 schools using this software, but no tool existed that enabled searching across repositories instead of just within them. Enter Google into DSpace.

Posted Jul 19, 2004

OmniMedicalSearch.com, a medical metasearch engine, has launched.

Posted Jul 16, 2004

ISYS Search Software, a global supplier of enterprise search solutions for business and government, has announced that SiliconExpert Technologies has selected ISYS:web for its corporate intranet.

Posted Jul 13, 2004

Content and search company, Crystal Semantics, has announced the launch of Textonomy Reveal, a search engine that is designed to deliver relevant, coherent, and accurate results based on the linguistic sense of the words used in a search.

Posted Jul 13, 2004

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