Bing

Bing is a search engine website of Microsoft. Bing was also known as Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search. Bing was unveiled by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on May 28, 2009, and the All Digital Conference was launched in San Diego on June 1.Bing has made significant changes to…

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Ask

Ask is a search engine website centered on questions and answers. The website was founded in 1996 by Garrett Gruener and David Warthen of the University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, California. At first, it was called Ask Jeeves.At first, Ask was designed by Gary Chevsky. Warthen…

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Google

Google is currently recognized as the world’s largest search engine and one of the five most popular websites on the Internet, with countless users worldwide. Google allows searching in multiple languages ​​and provides more than 30 language options in the operation interface.Google was …

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Google Search Appliance

Google Search Appliance is a rack-mounted device launched by Google that provides file indexing. The device can be integrated into corporate networks, document management systems or websites to provide customers with search services. The operating system is based on CentOS. The software …

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Yippy

Yippy is a meta search engine developed by Vivisimo, which provides cluster search results, formerly known as Clusty. Clusty was developed by Vivisimo. Vivisimo is a company in charge of Web search technology research and development by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University. Clusty…

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Sproose

Sproose is a consumer search engine launched by the founder Bob Pack in August 2007. The search results of this search engine come from partners: MSN, Yahoo and Ask.com. The search engine provides better search quality than general algorithmic search engines because its users can vote on…

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Blingo

Blingo is a company under Publishers Clearing House. It is also a search site, but what makes this search site unique is that the site will draw prizes at any time of the day to reward its users. Like other search engines, its revenue is obtained by users clicking on search sponsor links…

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Ht-//Dig

Ht-//Dig is a free software indexing and search system. It was created by Andrew Scherpbier in 1995 when Andrew Scherpbier was employed by San Diego State University. It consists of three file groups: the first group is used for indexing, the second group is used for search, and the last…

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YaCy

YaCy is a free distributed search engine based on P2P principles. Its core is written in Java, and the program is distributed across hundreds of computers. Each YaCy point autonomously crawls, analyzes and indexes the web pages on the Internet, and stores the index results in a public da…

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