Articles Tagged with search

Fans of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia will want to check out Wikiseek, a new tool that describes itself as a better way to search Wikipedia. Developed by a company named Searchme, it uses proprietary technology that draws on the suggestions of thousands of vertical search engines, reportedly enabling it to deliver more highly relevant […]

Electronic discovery. This was the use that kept coming to my mind as I tested dtSearch, an immensely fast and powerful desktop and enterprise search tool. Its marketing tagline is, “Instantly search terabytes of text.” I can’t vouch for terabytes, but after testing it on a single laptop, I can say it is the fastest […]

Google Patent Search is a new Google feature that searches the full text of more than 7 million U.S. patents. It covers the entire collection of USPTO patents, from the 1790s through the middle of 2006. It does not currently include patent applications, international patents, or U.S. patents issued over the last few months, but […]

BlawgSearch.com, the new search engine for legal blogs I reported about here last month, has moved from “alpha” to “beta,” says its developer Tim Stanley of Justia.com, with the addition of RSS feeds for searches, media icons for audio/video posts and a flash player for audio. Also, several hundred more blogs have been added to […]