Tag Archives: Search Engines: Mobile Search Engines

Twiggle offers plug-and-play semantic search to online retailers

Company says its sophisticated search can be implemented without replacement of existing enterprise search. The post Twiggle offers plug-and-play semantic search to online retailers appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google’s AMP Viewer: the Tinder UX for content?

Google’s hosted AMP viewer takes the risk — and commitment — out of clicking a mobile search result. Contributor Barb Palser discusses what this will mean for publishers. The post Google’s AMP Viewer: the Tinder UX for content? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Android launcher and search engine Evie “reimagines” the mobile home screen

Company wants to offer a better home screen and help users get things done across apps and the mobile web more efficiently. The post Android launcher and search engine Evie “reimagines” the mobile home screen appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Relcy Founder Satapathy Says He Has Built A Better Mobile Search Engine

The founder of mobile search app Relcy, Rohit Satapathy, believes he has built a better mobile search engine. His focus is less on mobile web content, though that’s there, than “apps and actions.” Satapathy and his team for the past two years have been constructing what he says is...

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DuckDuckGo Is The Default Search Engine In New Adblock Browser

In addition to being the default Adblock browser, the privacy search engine says it will sign the "Acceptable Ads Manifesto." The post DuckDuckGo Is The Default Search Engine In New Adblock Browser appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Report: 75 Percent Of Google’s Mobile Search Revenue Comes From Apple Devices

If true Google will likely fight to maintain search relationship with Apple. The post Report: 75 Percent Of Google’s Mobile Search Revenue Comes From Apple Devices appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Apple Renews Maps Agreement With TomTom, Will It Buy The Company?

Reuters reported this afternoon that publicly traded TomTom is up on news that its mapping-data contract with Apple has been renewed. Rival HERE (Nokia) is currently for sale and may fetch as much as $4 billion dollars. There aren’t many global mapping data vendors available; and...

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