Other Search Engines

  • DuckDuckGo Exceeds 10 Million Searches Per Day

    … DuckDuckGo is celebrating that fact that, for the first time ever, the privacy-focused search engine has exceeded more than 10 million searches per day. According to a recent interview with CNBC, DuckDuckGo’s popularity has grown 600% since new broke about NSA surveillance programs 2 years ago. In addition, PEW has recently reported…

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  • A Rundown of Apple’s New Search Features in iOS 9

    … search features included with iOS 9 Siri Suggestions The most prominant of the new features will be noticed when you attempt to access the former Spotlight search. Swiping right or dragging down on the home screen will lead you to the new search screen, simply titled ‘Search’ where you will be presented with apps, contacts and other things you…

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  • Wolfram Alpha Image Identify

    …Wolfram Alpha launched a fun new search tool this week at imageidentify.com. In short, you upload a photo and it returns back what it thinks it is, plus if it is able to do so, it might be incredibly precise and show you entity data around it... …

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  • Haosou, The Other Chinese Search Engine

    …. The fact is that Haosou still has a lot to catch up with Baidu. However, the user demographic has become very similar now, it offers additional opportunity to connect with potential customers to businesses. I am sure that Qihoo 360 will strengthen the search services by connecting the dots with their other services such as mobile apps. The post Haosou, The Other Chinese Search Engine appeared first on The SEM Post. …

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  • Going Beyond Google: A Comprehensive List of Search Engines

    When people think of search engines, the first name that comes to mind is often Google. It’s one of the most enduring brand names, and it has even worked its way into mainstream vernacular, and today many people substitute the phrase “searched online” for “Googled”. According to comScore, Inc., Google and its affiliated websites comprise 67.

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