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Scientist reports that HP may use the Autonomy
pattern-recognition eDiscovery tool to develop a new search engine which would
work in tandem with HP's text-based search. The report
includes this example:
ability to point your phone at an image and having it return web links,
documents, and other information. Other applications might be more robust
internal database search for e-discovery or for scientific analysis of large
Bloomberg reported that HP paid $10
billion to acquire Autonomy so this certainly extends the search engine wars!
Of course from Microsoft's
perspective the prospect that HP will have a new search engine could not have
come at a worse time since Bing
loses $1 billion a quarter, and CNNMoney reports that Bing
has lost $5.5 billion since its launch in June 2009.
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