Tag Archives: search engine
We’re super excited to announce that Flipora has just crossed 10M registered users worldwide. Our 10 Million users come from nearly 218 Countries/Territories. When we launched the Flipora Discovery Engine we were extremely excited to see the positive reactions from the tech blogosphere. TechCrunch, AllThingsD, VentureBeat, The BizJournal and several other international blogs and news outlets […]
Our announcement last week about adding Discovery to our Web History Search Engine and hitting the 8M user mark resulted in some great coverage by the leading tech blogs in the world. Here’s a quick summary of some of the stories. We are pleasantly surprised and pumped to note the coverage we’ve gotten outside of […]
We have some exciting news to announce regarding one of the biggest updates to the core Flipora product (previously called Infoaxe) since Vijay and I built the first version while we were still grad students at Stanford. But before we get to that, some updates on how the web history search engine is doing. How […]
We’re super excited to announce that Flipora (by Infoaxe Inc.) won the Red Herring Top 100 Award. Red Herring’s Top 100 North America Award honors the most promising private technology ventures from the North America business region for the year. Flipora celebrates being recognized as one of the winners of the Red Herring Top 100. […]
At Infoaxe, we launched our new Real-time Search Engine at the Real-time CrunchUp organized by TechCrunch in San Francisco. TechCrunch, VentureBeat & GigaOm covered our launch. Many thanks to Leena, Kim & Liz! The NYTimes & CNN also picked up the story which was exciting. With Infoaxe’s Real Time Search you ask the question, ‘What’s […]
Infoaxe is now a Mozilla Recommended Addon for Firefox! You can download Infoaxe from the Mozilla site here. You can find Infoaxe under Bookmarks, Search Tools, Toolbars, Social & Communication & Other categories on the Mozilla Addons Site. Remember that Infoaxe is also available for Internet Explorer here in the brand new Microsoft Internet Explorer […]
With Infoaxe searching your personal Web, you can now be lazy when you query Google/Yahoo/Live. This is the challenge, we give to our Infoaxe users. Be Lazy! The next time you search on Google to get to a page you know you’ve visited before, query with ridiculously fewer words. We’ll find it! Let us do the work for you.
Infoaxe (http://www.infoaxe.com), is a Personal Browsing History Search Engine. With Infoaxe every page that you visit on the Internet gets added to a collection called your Personal Web Memory and infoaxe makes this collection, searchable across all the computers you use. Thanks to Infoaxe, there is no need to ever bookmark a page again. It makes getting back to web pages seen in the past (like videos, news articles etc) extremely fast and easy. Infoaxe also lets you ‘pivot’ around web pages seen in the past to see other pages that you visited at the same time. Tagging and sharing pages from your web memory with your friends is also very convenient with Infoaxe.