Home > ResourceBlog > Article

« All ResourceBlog Articles


Bookmark and Share   Feed

Wednesday, 28th June 2006

Search Briefs: Cameraphone Searching; Google Lawsuits in Germany (Withdrawn) and France (Lose)

+ Cameraphone Searching in Japan (via SEW Blog)
Greg Sterling offers a great review of today's NY Times article. For more on something similar, cameraphone searching, take a look at this comprehensive ResourceShelf post from a few months ago. We mention several products, word of research from MS and a look at several services including Semapedia. Btw, we also include a mention of some cameraphone searching availability in Japan since 2003. More on the service from NeoMedia in this announcement.

See Also: Although Not Available for Mobile (Yet), I'm Constantly Amazed at the Accuracy (Where We're Specifically Located) and the Local Info We Can Quickly Access using a Wi-Fi Connection, a Browse and Some Software (free) Launched This Spring (U.S. Only) Called Loki. Worth a Look. Perfect? Nope. But it's getting better and already quite impressive. We can't wait for a mobile version to become available when wi-fi enabled devices become more popular.

See Also: Location Based Mapping Service from MapQuest Announced
More here.

+ Google loses French trademark lawsuit
See Also: http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/blog/060628-122055

+ Case Withdrawn: Google Book Search Wins Victory In German Challenge (via SEW Blog)

+ Microsoft Releases Final Beta Version of Internet Explorer 7 (via News.com)
Download Beta 3 here.

Views: 1017

« All ResourceBlog Articles



FreePint supports the value of information in the enterprise. Read more »

FeedLatest FreePint Content:

  • Click to view the article Product Review of Innography (Introduction; Contact Details)
    Thursday, 31st July 2014

    Cathy Chiba introduces Innography and some of its key intellectual property products: Advanced Analysis, Innography Explorer and PatentScout. Innography’s software combines patent data with key business, scientific, and technical information to enable rapid insights for decision-making.

  • Click to view the article Selling Knowledge Management Within Your Organisation
    Thursday, 31st July 2014

    One of the biggest challenges that knowledge managers often face is selling knowledge management within their organisation. Whilst the managers can be as enthusiastic as they like about KM and the benefits it brings, many people have argued that efforts to sell it within organisations should be focused on several key groups. James Mullan explores which are the key stakeholders and how can knowledge managers can effectively sell knowledge within their organisations.

  • Click to view the article Product Review of Reg-Track (Value - Competitors, Development & Pricing)
    Thursday, 31st July 2014

    In the final part of his review, author Chris Porter assesses how the Reg-Track regulatory tracking and compliance service helps users in the financial services industry to improve business efficiency and reduce regulatory and reputational risk.

  • ... more ...

All FreePint Content »
FreePint Topics »

A FreePint Subscription delivers articles and reports that support your organisation's information practice, content and strategy.

Find out more and order a FreePint Subscription by visiting the
completing our online form: Subscription Order page.

FreePint Testimonials

"FreePint is timely and responsive to topical issues. The service offers a really good catch-all for news and pointers on sources that you would ..."

Read more testimonials and supply yours »




Register to receive the free ResourceShelf Newsletter, featuring highlighted posts.

Find out more »

Article Categories

All Article Categories »


All Archives »