Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Live Coverage CES 2006 Keynotes

Monday, December 26, 2005

Yahoo's director of Media & Multimedia search - Podcast Interviews

Bradley Horowitz - Yahoo's director of Media Search
WebTalk Radio Interview with Bradley Horowitz, Yahoo Media Search Rob & Dana GreenleeWebTalk Radio with Rob Greenlee interviews Bradley Horowitz, director of technology development, search & marketplace group is responsible for leading Yahoo!’s efforts in building innovative search technologies. Bradley’s expertise helps drive initiatives that enable the company to provide comprehensive and compelling offerings to customers. Previously he managed a portfolio of products for Yahoo!, including media search, desktop search and the Yahoo! Toolbar. (10-26-2005 29 min)

Jeff Karnes – Director of Multimedia Search at Yahoo!

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Google Yahoo & Ask Jeeves - All are Offering New Features Today

Fans of Google Maps will want to check out Sidebar's new maps panel, which lets you do all the usual cool maps stuff -- local business info, directions, sightseeing - plus a new one: finding new locations relevant to the web pages and emails you're reading
and showing them in your maps panel.

Aside from being far more interactive (click and drag!), there are some major differences we think you'll like.
Multi-point driving directions. Get yourself from point A to
B and on to C all in one map. Integrated Yahoo! Local. Includes our local
search, a browseable interface, easy access to business ratings, reviews, and
events. The new overview map (in the upper-right hand corner) helps you get your
bearings. The little grey box representing your big map is even drag-able. Use
it to move around rapidly without losing context.
Here are some of the new
features for AJDS:
-- Folder Indexing Preferences (choose what to index!)
Improved PDF indexing
-- Email attachment name indexing
-- Improved Zip
file indexing
-- Enhanced previews for Office files
-- Indexing of
iTunes metadata (search by title, artist, album, genre, and year)
-- Search
term highlighting
-- Full Outlook Express support
-- Pause indexing
(with new animated indexing graphic)
-- Improved stability overall
-- New homepage with most recently viewed files
-- Improved status
-- Writely document search (yes, Web-based word processing a desktop search tool!)