Following the recent launch ofMicrosoft’s Bing, along with products such asWolfram Alpha, another search engine has entered the market, hoping to take onGoogle by delivering what it calls ‘human-like’ results.Yebol.com launched last week, and usessemantic-search technology to deliver categorised results.
At launch,Yebol can provide categorised results for more than 10 million search terms. According to the company it intends to provide results for ‘every conceivable search term’ in the next three to six months.
Yebol uses a combination of algorithms and human knowledge to build a revolutionary web directory for each search term. The Yebol engine clusters search results into groups of term-specific categories.
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