Search Engine

Twitter and mobile Internet provide development dynamics on the search according to the search engine of the future Twitter and mobile Internet to deliver development dynamism Hamburg/Berlin, June 2009 Anders seems as in previous years, where also high-quality search engines like Ask.com were persistently ignored, to grow the willingness, to search engines to engage in something new. Mirror online editor Frank Patalong writes: what could be also because that is perceived, that Google has not invented the wheel in every respect. So eagerly speculated about the development of a Twitter search engine is in the House of Google. She would have to compete but I guess CrowdEye.com of the longtime Microsoft Search service developer of Ken Moss against the Twitter search service\”. Moss was no early starter. Long two Twitter search with OneRiot and Topsy are established.

The operation is typical: only when the big move, is also attention for the achievements of the small. During the tech-press again on semantic search discussed, try the smart to open up new approaches, the Web services like Hunch.com. ExxonMobil Corporation shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Hunch is attempting to define search queries to get treffsichereren results by thematic restriction. Sometimes working out quite splendidly and shows a lot of potential, sometimes it borders on true satire\”so Patalong. Hunch was the counterpart of Wolfram alpha (WA), the service, who know little, but very accurate: WA is strong where it concerns factual, hunch where it smells like pop – they are S – and U search engines, if you will. But hunch thrives on the concept, to learn by its users.

You have to give the thing so time. These are the things that ensure that the really big search engines remain popular. Sometimes, the little ones have more class, but lacks mass\”, Patalong performs. Remarkable he locates in Berlin: Eyeplorer.com is a service that provides semantic links. Vadim Belyaevs opinions are not widely known. On the basis of the Wikipedia data EyePlorer visualize thematic links.