Quick, yet Flattering, Mention in Computerworld

March 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

Stefan Hammon, writing an article for Computerworld about Google’s new privacy policy, had this to say:

“To be honest, I don’t google anymore. Search engines like Surf Canyon work just as well…”

We would point out that, for many queries, the innovative Dynamic Ranked Retrieval technology that we developed and embedded into our search page significantly improves the search experience over Google by automatically digging out relevant results for the user, but we are flattered nonetheless.

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