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According to many publishers large and small, the contextual ad programs set up by the major search engines and some other ad networks are spreading ad revenue wealth generously. But will it last?

Posted Apr 19, 2004

Copernic, an information technology provider, has announced an agreement with the Search & Directory business of InfoSpace, Inc., to offer Copernic's Enterprise Search indexing technology for site search through InfoSpace's network of search distribution partners.

Posted Apr 16, 2004

Rocket Technologies Inc., a supplier of current news search and publishing solutions has announced a number of enhancements to the RocketNews current news and business information search engine, launched in 2001.

Posted Apr 16, 2004

Convera, a provider of search and categorization software for enterprises and government agencies, has announced that the company's RetrievalWare search technology has been selected by a U.S.-based banking institution.

Posted Apr 16, 2004

Google has teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and 16 other universities around the world in an effort to provide a way to search the institutions' collections of scholarly papers.

Posted Apr 13, 2004

Entopia, Inc. has announced the release of its Entopia K-Bus Software Development Kit (SDK) for Information Discovery to allow application developers to integrate the capabilities of the Entopia K-Bus information discovery solution into any application.

Posted Apr 13, 2004

Atomz, a provider of hosted enterprise Web site applications, has announced that Compact Appliance, an online retailer, has chosen Atomz Commerce to handle search and promotions on its Web site, www.compactappliance.com.

Posted Apr 13, 2004

iPhrase Technologies, Inc., a provider of search and customer interaction solutions, has announced that its One Step platform is powering the search, navigation, and customer interaction functions across RadioShack Corporation's online retail site, www.radioshack.com.

Posted Apr 13, 2004

anacubis has announced the immediate availability of anacubis Desktop 2.0, a visual research and analysis tool.

Posted Apr 09, 2004

iXmatch Inc., a provider of advanced search software, has announced that Sentara Healthcare, a not-for-profit healthcare provider in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, licensed its search engine, iXfind.

Posted Apr 09, 2004

EasyAsk, a provider of search software, has announced that its technology has been embedded in Ceridian HR/Payroll, a Web-enabled application developed and marketed by Ceridian, a provider of managed human resource solutions.

Posted Apr 09, 2004

In an effort to simplify the searching process and bring more meaning and context to the results, a number of search engines and tools have been developed over the last several years that present a visual map of the results, rather than a text list.

Posted Apr 07, 2004

The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com has announced an Audience Search service. Audience Search, developed and powered by Revenue Science, Inc., is an online search service that uses natural-language keywords to create custom audience segments in real time and rank the quality of those audiences for Web advertising campaigns.

Posted Apr 06, 2004

MineTech, Inc. a data solutions and marketing company, has announced the release of a search engine called Search Incite.

Posted Apr 06, 2004

Autonomy Corporation plc, a provider of infrastructure software for the enterprise, has announced an OEM agreement with VERITAS, Inc., a storage software provider.

Posted Apr 06, 2004

User interfaces are going to be a lot fuzzier in the next couple of years. The skills that I have been so proud of all these years do not make much of a difference when working with an information management system that relies on the 30,000 foot view of the information landscape.

Posted Apr 05, 2004

Verity Inc. has announced that Philip Morris International (PMI), an operating unit of Altria Group Inc., has selected Verity K2 Enterprise search and retrieval software for use in multiple languages.

Posted Apr 02, 2004

Two companies have recently entered the scene with the intent to turn your musical affinities into recommendations for other titles, albums, and artists, and, not only could it revolutionize the way consumers find music, but it has implications in a host of other consumer arenas.

Posted Mar 31, 2004

Open Text Corporation, provider of Livelink collaboration and content management software for the enterprise, has introduced a new version of Livelink Discovery Server. Open Text has also announced that MicroPatent LLC, an intellectual property information-management solution provider, has selected Livelink Discovery Server.

Posted Mar 30, 2004

Verity Inc. has announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has selected Verity K2 Enterprise (K2E) software for its Joint Regional Information Exchange System (JRIES), a government intelligence information-sharing network that was developed by state and local officials in partnership with the federal government.

Posted Mar 30, 2004

Google Inc. has released three new features: a search engine that uses user preferences to match search results to their interests, a service that delivers search results via email, and an enhanced interface for Google Web sites worldwide.

Posted Mar 30, 2004

Dogpile, a metasearch engine, has announced the launch of an upgraded version of the Dogpile Search Toolbar.

Posted Mar 26, 2004

Lycos has announced HotBot Desktop, a free download that is designed to work as an Internet browser and can also index and search Outlook and Outlook Express email as well as files in Microsoft Office, PDF, and most text-based formats.

Posted Mar 26, 2004

Factiva, a Dow Jones and Reuters Company, has launched Factiva iWorker Search Technology, an algorithm-based product platform capability.

Posted Mar 23, 2004

Connexor, a provider of multilingual language technology, has signed a licensing agreement with Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies. FAST has also announced that Reuters will deploy a software solution developed by FAST that enables the company to protect its intellectual assets by improving brand and content protection.

Posted Mar 23, 2004

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