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Search clouds making a comeback?
Need a new way to see your search? Look up Quintura, Clusty, Kartoo, Ujiko, and Grokker.
Search company Quintura has carved out a niche with a new search tool called Quintura for Kids. In a nutshell, it's an internet search engine designed to be both friendly and functional for kids.
The investment company's stake in Facebook is now over 5 percent, a Russian newspaper reports--and it also just powered Zynga's $180 million round.
Also: Mint has 1 million users, Quintura has new patents, TweetDeck has added Facebook integration, and 123People has expanded into new markets.
We take a look at the key success factors and the opportunities for other companies in the search engine space.
In Don Reisinger's latest podcast, he examines Google and Apple's influence in the world of tech and talks with Quintura about its future. After that, listen to Don's rant about Google.
New site is not just eye candy.
Search for things visually with SearchCrystal.
Digg's got some new eye candy. Go vote for it over at Diggcontest.com