From February’s JAX Magazine, Sergey Beryozkin explores the use of Feed Item Query Language within the popular Java framework.
A high-profile new search feature on GitHub has been plagued by technical and security problems.
Java’s top search engine library gets a new release, as does its sister project Solr.
Hibernate Search 3.3 CR1 gets support for Lucene numeric fields.
Google Search rolls out live streaming, as experienced by Rob Ousbey.
Are Google about to roll out a new feature to Google search? This could be the case, as Rob Ousbey has posted a video capture of the Google search engine acting very strangely. He found that Google was suggesting search results even before he’d hit the ‘enter’ button. See the capture below of Google automatically updating the search results as Ousbey was typing.
Build, deploy and support Lucene-based search solutions with latest release of SearchBlox.
Version 3.2.2 of the DBSight J2EE search platform, is out now. DBSight features a built-in database crawler, and scaffolding supports […]
Search 4 Contribution ID is a new Eclipse plugin that adds a Search Page, to be used when searching for […]
Apache Solr version 1.4 is out now. Solr is a search server based on the Apache Lucene search library. It […]
Version 1.3.9 of DBSight is now available. DBSight is a full-text search platform for relational databases. It offers Google-like full […]
Google have announced an optional feature that adds Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption to its core Google web search product. […]
Version 0.9 of OpenGrok is now available. OpenGrok is a source code search and cross reference engine, which aims to […]
Is Chrome, Android and Google Docs leaving Google confused?