search engine

NOUN
  1. a computer program that retrieves documents or files or data from a database or from a computer network (especially from the internet)
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  • What's interesting about the idea of an anonymous e-mail search engine is that you could search on content keywords and probably get your mail without even remembering your account name.
  • Using these search engines is an untapped resource that should not be overlooked.
  • Silverstein would not be drawn on future applications for the search engine, but media reports have suggested that the company is working on a version of the browser for mobile phones.
  • In a recent demonstration, Redding showed how someone who types "malts" into a search engine may land on a Scottish whisky-maker's site. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • However, the constraints of HTML and web browser technology prevent the reader from personalizing the files, although we have provided readers with a simple search engine, and some indexing and annotation.
  • Suffixes: 327 Uniques in June / 78 July 1 - 7 (49.7 \% of traffic from Search Engines) > Digital Point Forums
  • Web sites can program their search engines to respond to common misspellings.
  • Kevin Newcomb suggests that stories in which Ask. com becomes a woman's search engine are overblown and erroneous. Internet News: Another interpretation of the Ask.com situation
  • Most SMEs planned to take a mixed approach combining productivity and cost-saving measures (such as adoption of Software-as-a-Service and increased outsourcing – see my posts here and here) alongside promotional and revenue-generating tactics (such as e-marketing and search engine optimisation). The internet as a lifeline for SMEs « pwcom 2.0
  • Commercial search engines practice automatic metadata generation in two situations.
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