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Informatics A software tool–eg, www.google.com for finding information from various sources online, usually by typing a few keywords. See Keyword. Cf Web crawler.
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The leading players operating in the Cognitive Search Service market are also studied in the report to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the competitive landscape in the market.
Youn Seug-am who leads the media department of SK Broadband said, "Previously, users could search for certain words only using the voice search service, but the new service enables more complicated searches by natural language."
Reports say that the Cupertino, California-based company's deal with Google for search services is going to run out soon.
The expert search service data reported below covers a period of twenty-four months (January 2011 through December 2012), starting with the addition of the information use category.
The Mountain View, California-based internet giant said on Monday it plans to aggressively promote its mobile search service, Google Map service as well as its Android wireless platform in the world's largest mobile market, where cellphone users reached 687 million by May, according to government figures.
The new MCN-powered search service complements MCN's WAP search solution for the SMART Music Store, which launched in 2008 and offers subscribers real-time access to a growing catalog of thousands of high-value ringtones and full-track music downloads from leading local content providers.
The new flight search service is available for mobile and Internet interfaces within each of NAVITIME's US and European service areas.
Worldwide Computer Products News-8 May 2008-Truvo launches mobile search service in Belgium powered by mobile People's liquid platform(C)1995-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
CT Corsearch (New York), a unit of Wolters Kluwer and a provider of trademark and other intellectual property research, has launched Cross Market Knockout Search (CMKO), an international trademark screening search service. The service provides a all current international information available, including current ownership and status of a mark, as well as goods and services translated from native languages into English.
The new Multi-Hop Flight Search service has been introduced by SkyScanner, a European travel site, aimed at providing quick, easy and comprehensive access to a worldwide network of low-cost flights.
(minfo.com), has expanded availability of China's first natural language mobile search service to the country's top metropolitan markets.
DVLA Personalised Registrations has launched a mobile phone web search service to give UK mobile owners access to their telesales database of more than 23 million numbers.