Tuesday, April 11, 2006


Google's at it again. Beating out Microsoft and Yahoo, Google has acquired Orion, a revolutionary, new internet search technology that offers instant answers to queries Orion, developed at the University of New South Wales of Australia by a research student, uses algorithms to give information directly. Google is banking that speeding up internet searches will be worth millions.
Since Orion developed the system while studying at South Wales, the University retains partial ownership of the product while Google retains control of internet searches. Google was in control of over 60% of all searches in February. Add that to that fact, that overall internet searches grew 32% over last year.
Google's still got it!