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OneRiot nixes beta tag, gets a better trends engine

Real time search tool OneRiot gets a face lift, and celebrates its one year anniversary by shedding its beta status. It's also sporting a new back-end technology that does a better job at spotting emerging trends.

By May 7, 2010


Report: Yahoo joins OneRiot for real-time search

A partnership between Yahoo and OneRiot could pave the way for real-time search in Yahoo results, a week after Microsoft and Google announced their own plans.

By October 27, 2009


OneRiot aims to make money from Twitter search

Content publishers who need traffic may find OneRiot's new ad platform useful.

By October 5, 2009


OneRiot adds video to its social search engine

Video is now part of the tool set for OneRiot's social Web search. Users can now search for videos that get indexed by what's buzzing.

By March 10, 2009


Google gives real-time search its own page

Searching for updates on breaking news or trending topics on Twitter? Google has a new dedicated page for those queries.

By August 26, 2010


Google Buzz opens up the firehose

Real-time access to public Google Buzz content is now available to developers to use in their applications.

By July 19, 2010


Add-ons make Firefox a social-network powerhouse

Yoono, the Facebook Toolbar, and TwitterBar keep you tuned in to your friends' posts.

By April 30, 2010


Making the real-time Web relevant

With an explosion in tweets, blogs, and other instantly published content flooding the Web, search engines are scrambling to organize information that's happening right now.

By April 5, 2010


TwitVid gets a real-time search engine, analytics

Twitter video host TwitVid finally has a search engine that pulls in results in real time. The service is also now offering its users a way to see who is watching their videos.

By December 14, 2009


Google hopes to turn the river into a canal

Searching real-time services like Twitter at the moment is like standing in front of a firehose on a hot day: you'll get cooled off, but you'll get knocked over. Google wants to change that.

By December 7, 2009