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real-time search

Refers to queries made to search engines that index news sites, blogs, Twitter feeds and other sources of data that are being updated continuously. General-purpose search engines increasingly add more real-time results for users; however, search engines, such as www.OneRiot.com, www.Collecta.com and www.Topsy.com, focus exclusively on the latest postings. See search engine.
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Path Refinement Learning Real-Time Search (PR LRTS) [20, 21] is the most outstanding example.
Google brought a live pig to the real-time search cookout early in 2010 by adding social functions to Gmail, its popular email service.
Its partners Yahoo and Microsoft recently released a version of Internet Explorer bundled with OneRiot real-time search.
Fast Search & Transfer ASA (FAST) creates the real-time search and filter technology solutions that are behind the scenes at some of the world's best known companies with the most demanding search problems.
"What we wanted to determine is if real-time search could be monetized."
Both Google and Microsoft announced in October that they had struck individual real-time search deals with Twitter.
A series of announcements from Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have pushed real-time search centre-stage.
The Teflon coating is designed to improve durability and give the handset a softer feel, the company said.<p>The device also includes a Search button that goes beyond just searching the Internet and contact lists or email on the handset by enabling search through Twitter, the kind of real-time search companies have been working on.
Norwegian real-time search solutions provider Fast Search & Transfer ASA (FAST) said on Monday (31 March) that it has signed a search platform contract with the US information and business solutions provider LexisNexis.
Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq:INFA), a provider of data integration software, announced on Wednesday (30 January) that Norwegian real-time search solutions developer Fast Search & Transfer ASA (FAST) has selected Informatica's PowerCenter to help enable new data interoperability.
Norwegian real-time search technology provider Fast Search & Transfer ASA said on Wednesday (20 July) that Germany's central e-government portal site, bund.de (www.bund.de), had chosen to deploy FAST's Enterprise Search Platform technology (FAST ESP).

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