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We would be remiss if we did not mention specialized search sites in one of these posts. There are so many websites that index links in a particular industry or links to specific types of documents like patent applications. They don’t fit neatly into other categories but are incredibly useful for people with specific research […]

Searching is one of the core activities people do online. We’ve been posting about it since our introductory post about Google and searching. But in spite of the fact that most people use Google to search there are actually plenty of choices, including some specialized choices. We saw that in our previous post about searching […]

Google continues to dominate online search, as we outlined in our introductory post about search engines aptly titled Search Engines and Google. We then dedicated an entire post to decentralized search engines, since your search topics colectively paint a highly detailed view of your personal life. They allow users to run their own nodes. This […]

In our last search engines post called Internet of Things Searching we discussed services that scan the Internet every day giving users easy ways to drill down into those results. Users can get detailed searches for routers, webcams, RDP service, Nginx web servers, SCADA controllers or whatever, as well as access robust APIs so these […]

We talked about Google Search in the previous post on the topic of search engines, but now we’re going to shift gears and take a look at some search engines specialized for searching the Internet of Things (IoT). The 800 pound gorilla in the space is Shodan, that lets users search the Internet for devices […]

Google has long dominated the field of search engines in terms of market share, sporting a 77% market share in a recent survey, but many have expressed concerns about the search giant. The immensity and complexity of this search behemoth is nothing short of amazing. According to internetlivestats.com, “Google now processes over 40,000 search queries […]

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