Realtime content discovery engine Evri is moving into mobile today with the launch of a tech news reader on Android phones called Everi Thing Tech. It is available in the Android market, and a nearly identical app is awaiting approval for the iPhone (screenshots below). A desktop client is in the works as well.
EvriThing Tech delivers tech news in predefined channels such as “Venture Capital,”… → Read More
After shopping itself around to all the major search engines, Radar Networks finally found a buyer in another semantic search startup. Today, Evri is announcing that it will be acquiring Radar Networks, along with its core technical team and its main product, Twine. Rumors surfaced yesterday on ReadWriteWeb that Evri was being acquired, but that is not the case. Evri is the acquirer. → Read More
At this week’s DEMO conference, two products are launching that are aim to make memetracking easier for everyone. The first one is UK-based Ensembli, which lets users enter any keyword, and it returns articles about that topic. The second is a new feature from semantic search engine Evri called “Collections” which lets you follow any term that it has categorized. Both are new twists on an old… → Read More
The site now features a content recommendation engine that publishers can add to their sites to let visitors browse Evri’s listings and profile pages where Evri will collect all the related content on a particular… → Read More
Evri, the site that uses semantic connections between terms to help users discover related information, has launched in private beta. You can register for an invite here. Evri founder Neil Roseman (former VP of Technology at Amazon) is quick to explain that it is not a search engine. Rather, it helps users find related information by analyzing text to determine relationships between related terms. → Read More