Yellow Pages Microsoft .NET SDK aims to implement in less time. Updates include an ASP.NET sample project and Deals API calls. The number of possibilities to integrate with this kit grow as users show finished products on the website. Some examples: Yellow Pages TV, Wikitude World Browser, and MoodFood.
While Google leads the way in web search and Yahoo leads the way in answers, many upstart services are attempting to help you make decisions by giving you smarter answers to your questions. Microsoft has billed its new search offering Bing as both a "decision engine" and an "answer engine." Now there's Hunch, a new start-up founded by Flickr's Caterina Fake, which also aims to be a decision engine, but using a very different model. By first asking the user questions ranging from food preferences to pet peeves, Hunch tries to provide answers to questions that best match the user's interests based on crowdsourced data collected from other users.
ResultR deserves mention as it's a meta search engine mashup built by two self-described "Web 2.0 Kids" as a high-school project. With it you can create your own search engine by choosing from 30+ sources you might want to include in your results.