Nu vil Amazon åbenbart til at konkurrere med Google. Og deres nye søgetjeneste A9, ser faktisk interesssant ud med nogle nye features som de i hvert fald endnu ikke har implementeret hos Google. Jeg skal ikke sige om de har lige så mange sider indekseret som Google har, men en hurtig test tyder på at de i hvert fald allerede har en del.

Update få minutter efter: Hovsa. Har ikke gjort min research godt nok før jeg skrev. A9 er en "powered by Google" søgemaskine. Det er altså bare en alternativ indpakning af Google med nogle nye features.

Links:
A9 - Amazons nye søgetjeneste, Slashdot.org - Amazon's Search Engine Goes Live, John Battelle's Searchblog - Reverberations Felt in Valley, Surf*Mind*Musings - A9 Interaction Design

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