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- Hyper Search, a experimental web query engine. Seeks to use intelligence based not only on keywords but also by extracting the appropriate types of information from the resulting pages.
- Mashup of ClearForest and Google Calendar. It places an unobtrusive icon at the top of each day. Click icon for snapshot of people, companies, products and locations in the news. You can drill down...
- An elegant interface combined with a simple focus on one thing. Who is hot today. Hype-list finds the people within entertainment, business and sports news and presents the hot names in an appealing...
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