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AWS launches Amazon Kendra, its machine learning search service
The cloud giant says Kendra uses its machine learning framework to provide high-quality results to ‘natural language’ queries, as opposed to the more common search function which pulls a list of links in response to keywords.
Six Easter eggs built into the Google search engine
Here’s a roundup of some of the best Easter eggs from Google Search even the sharpest among us may not have discovered yet.
Dropbox rolls out intelligent search engine called Nautilus
Dropbox has rolled out a new search engine called Nautilus that aims to not only protect data privacy, but also pave the way for intelligent document ranking and retrieval features.
Microsoft improves Search function, making it more intuitive and integrated
Getting pages of results with hyperlinks to other information is simply not enough.
Pure SEO helping businesses climb the ladder of search results
Search engines. A crucial feature of the modern era – fail to master their ins and outs and you essentially fail to do business. Here's a solution.
University of Auckland students win award for AdWords expertise
“Our campaign led to a four-fold increase in site visits and a number of new enrolments. It worked excellently because we were given complete access."
I’m feeling yucky :( Searching for symptoms on Google
You woke up today with a headache. It’s been getting worse all day, and you aren’t sure if you should be worried or not. So what do you do? Google.
Bing reveals top 2012 searches
Microsoft has revealed the iPhone 5 to be the top-searched news story of 2012, along with a host of other results from search engine Bing.
Keewl Search Engine
Keewl is a new 2.0 Search Engine that lets you search in the Web, photos, videos, blogs, social buzz, shopping and news.
MAXIMISE YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE
Here’s how to boost your web presence at minimal cost for maximum effectiveness.
Baidu stock soars with Google departure
Chinese internet search engine Baidu has reported a quarterly annual profit jump of 165%.