Archive for the ‘Search Engine’ Category



by Max Lee on August 20th, 2008
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Yahoo Search now on iPhone! Yahoo Search is now officially available on the iPhone as a customized web app on the iPhone.  I think they were a little late but better late than never. In response to Google’s popular app for the iPhone, Yahoo announced today that it has launched its own online iPh ...
by Max Lee on July 28th, 2008
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Cuil, a new search engine developed by former-Google workers, has just been launched with the idea that it’s the biggest search engine on the web. Well, that’s hardly anywhere near the truth as Google has always been the biggest search engine over the last decade. With a simple search o ...
by Max Lee on June 30th, 2008
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Here’s an interesting comparison chart for comparing Google (GOOG) deal versus Microsoft’s(MSFT) for Yahoo(YHOO). I am actually really thankful that Yahoo went with Google as they are a similiar-nature companies whereas Microsoft has been a “has-been” operating system compan ...
by Max Lee on June 21st, 2008
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Google and Yahoo are now working together on a search advertising program.  This is good news since Microsoft is out of the game and I’ve always thought Yahoo could benefit from Google’s advertising/publishing programs. Why did we make this agreement? Quite simply, we think it is good f ...
by Max Lee on June 4th, 2008
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Wikia, a search engine developed by Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has relanuches yesterday with some new features. What is the new feature? Well, now you can edit the search engine results themselves on Wikia. What did I do? Well, I had to edit the results for George Bush, it’s not ...
by Max Lee on May 26th, 2008
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Xoost, a new beta search engine, was just launched. It’s a new search engine that let’s search sites through what seems like Google API, Yahoo API, and LIve search API. Basically you get all three major search engines in one plus you get to tag and bookmark all your searches. On top of ...
by Max Lee on May 22nd, 2008
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Microsoft must be really on its last resort to offer cash back to use their search engine.  I’d still not use it just because their results suck. Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) unveiled plans Wednesday to entice advertisers and users of its search engine with cash-back savings on online purchases, la ...
by Max Lee on May 17th, 2008
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Microsoft (MSFT) is improving their Live Search Mobile with lots of cool new additions.  One thing I admire about Microsoft over the other search engine companies is how quickly they are developing on the mobile side. This has been proved before with their TellMe service, a platform that doesnR ...
by Max Lee on May 17th, 2008
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Yahoo (YHOO) just launched their new search engine platform API, SearchMonkey. Basically, now developers can customize Yahoo’s search engine results using their API tool. Sorta like this: It’s a great way to customize their search engine without Yahoo doing any work. Lol…but th ...

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