The last seven pending patent applications of the defunct Google challenger focus mostly on search interfaces.
Webware 100 Editors' Choice: Cuil & Mobile.Me
Cuil may never beat Google, but at least it can try.
A new search tool launches Cuil launches Monday with 120 billion pages indexed, well over the 40 billion Google reportedly has.
So far, Cuil, a new search engine, is off to a bumpy start. But this is not your usual start-up, and expectations are sky-high. CNET News' Rafe Needleman and Charles Cooper explain why in today's Daily Debrief.
On today's show, we learn how we, too, can purchase an extreme cooling machine, we test out the new Cuil search engine, which is apparently already doomed by its incomprehensible name and the unreasonable hatred of our chat room.
New Google challenger is plagued by its own unique architecture of specialized indexing computers, which is struggling amid unexpectedly high launch-day traffic.
Does the web help reading or hinder it? No one seems to be sure.
This week, the "Scrabble" wars intensify, the best iPhone app yet hits the streets, and Cuil is decidedly NOT cool.
One week after its debut, CNET readers found the service hard to use and not all that helpful. Wolfram is no Google, but it's no Cuil, either.