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  • Searchme Launches Visual Search Engine For Mobile Devices

    Searchme Launches Visual Search Engine For Mobile Devices

    Searchme is starting to focus much of its time in the mobile space. Last week, it said it will launch an iPhone app and today it announced that it has launched a visual search engine for mobile devices that can be accessed by surfing to the company's mobile page. Searchme's visual search engine delivers results as a browsable list of "pages," which are actually images of websites that can be… Read More

  • SearchMe Is Coming To The iPhone (Naturally)

    SearchMe Is Coming To The iPhone (Naturally)

    We once asked if Apple's CoverFlow is a better interface for image search than the typical thumbnail grid approach. But what about for mobile search? SearchMe thinks it is good for both. The visual search engine that launched last March is working on a natural extension: a visual search app for the iPhone. The app is ready, but the company is still waiting for it to be approved by Apple for… Read More

  • SearchMe Launches Stacks, Gets Serious About Search Relevance

    New Sequoia-backed visual search engine SearchMe launched a bunch of new features today – new video and image search engines as well as a new visual bookmarking tool called stacks. The main new feature, stacks, allows users to bookmark and group sites and share them, visually, with others. To create a stack, you simply drag results into a newly created stack. See the how to video below, and… Read More

  • Get Into The SearchMe Private Beta Right Now

    New Sequoia-backed visual search engine SearchMe is just starting to send invitations to their private beta, which launched last week. The company says there are 30,000 people now on the waiting list. But if you want to get in now, just click here and enter your email. The first 1,000 people get in immediately. CrunchBase Information SearchMe Information provided by CrunchBase Read More

  • SearchMe Launches New Search Engine With Heavy Backing From Sequoia

    SearchMe Launches New Search Engine With Heavy Backing From Sequoia

    Mountain View based SearchMe has been around since 2005 and has raised $31 million from Sequoia, DAG Ventures and Lehman Brothers. But until last weekend when I met founders Randy Adams and John Holland I knew next to nothing about them. It now joins Mahalo as one of Sequoia’s big bets in search. I say “next to nothing” because I actually did write about them before. In January… Read More

  • Wikipedia Search Engine WikiSeek Launches

    Wikipedia Search Engine WikiSeek Launches

    Palo Alto based startup SearchMe has kept a low profile since being founded in March 2005. The company, which has 17 employees and raised $5 million from Sequoia Capital over two rounds, will launch a number of what founder Randy Adams calls “long tail search engines” in the near future. The first product they are launching is WikiSeek, which went live about an hour ago and will be… Read More