Washington Post is reporting that Online retailer Amazon.com quietly launched an Internet search service Wednesday, jumping into a marketplace already crowded with offerings from Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft Corp.
The service, in test mode for now, is operated by a Palo Alto-based subsidary and branded separately.
Like its competitors, Amazon’s A9.com offers both a Web site and an Internet Explorer toolbar from which users can enter search terms. Searches also can be limited to just Amazon.com products — as well as the text of books available at Amazon.com. (full story)
Latest posts by Ramon Ray (see all)
- Accounting Gets Artificial Intelligence: Xero’s New Service - March 16, 2017
- 4 Tips for Staying Safe on a Public Computer - January 20, 2017
- 5 Tips To Choosing Your Marketing Automation Provider - December 16, 2016