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|Breaking News Headlines||Infonary.com is a web site launched exclusively for busy users. It aims at providing precise and latest news from all the leading newspapers and TV news channels, all on one page. Different categories have been defined for various sections like Sports, Business, Education, Health etc. So you can find the news on the topics of your choice easily.
|Cricket News Headlines.|| Read the latest Cricket News, Headlines and Watch the Latest Youtube Videos from a single page. Follow the latest on Cricket.
|Evri Toolbar||Automatically highlights all the people, places and things in an article you are reading. Mouse over the highlights to read descriptive info, find related news, connections, images, and videos. |
|EvriVerse||iPhone app that lets you browse through popular people and places on demand. Watching a TV show and don't recognize an actor? Learn more about them through related news stories, pictures, and videos. Note that this URL goes to Apple's App Store. |
|RDFaCE||RDFaCE (RDFa Content Editor) is a mashup that brings together different semantic web API's to facilitate semantic content authoring. |
|Singapore Breaking News Headlines.||Latest Singapore News from Top sources on the Internet Including Straits Times, channel News Asia, Asia One, Google, Youtube Bing and Ask
|The Attack Machine||An interesting way to explore all the things attacking, and being attacked. Content on The Attack Machine is automatically generated leveraging Evri's deep linguistic analysis of news, blog and other web content. |
|The Summarizer||If the real-time web is a massive cocktail party conversation, then The Summarizer is the party's authority. It semantically connects the real-time web and traditional media to one another with their common threads, entities and topics. |
|Washington Post Understand More Widget||Enables Washington Post readers to find recommended content by navigating through the most important people, places, and things mentioned in an article. Go to any article on the WP and notice the Evri API powered widget in the lower left corner. |