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May 16, 2009 – Search Real Time Updates On Internet

Filed under: Search — Tags: , , — abhishek @ 11:20 pm is a web site that provides users with the awesome web service of searching real time events. The problem today is that all real time searches are dominated by twitter. And thus here comes the use of scoopler to really get some real time searches.

There’s a new trend that’s starting to sweep the world: Real Time. Everyone wants to get the information as soon as it occurs. Even Facebook is going real in near future. What could if you can search the whole web in real time. That’s the ideas behind Scoopler.

Scoopler aggregate and organize content being shared on the internet as it happens, like eye-witness reports of breaking news, photos and videos from big events, and links to the hottest things of the day. They do this by constantly indexing live updates from services including Twitter, Flickr, Digg, Delicious and more. When you search for a topic on Scoopler, it gives you the most relevant results, updated in real-time.

As the people increasingly transmit and relay news over the web through services like twitter, real time search engines, which gives the ability to find a clear signal of breaking news among all the static, is becoming  a focus. And thus comes the need and use of sites like scoopler which is a cool real time search engine.

"Scoopler  gave me some pretty solid results for what I was looking for. And it presented in a way that’s pretty easy to follow. Even CNN has accredited it. CNN called it the one to supplement google in the coming  time.

Following are a little summary of features provided by Scoopler  right now:

  1. Live updated results:  They  update search results in real-time so you don’t have to keep hitting refresh.  This means you can keep Scoopler open all day long and it will always show you the most recent and relevant results within seconds.
  2. Hot topics:  Instead of just showing you the top trending words on scoopler, they  actually show you the headline / story behind that trend along with videos and images from all live feeds.
  3. Peek:  It’s really easy to quickly checkout a video, link or image by pressing the "peek" button which appears next to content when you hover over it.
  4. Share:  See something you like?  You can share it on Twitter, Facebook,  Digg, and many other services.


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