Cuil – A new search engine arrived to compete with Google!

One more Search Engine Just being launched. Its name is "Cuil" (pronounced COOL). Visit it here

They give a subtitle themselves that, "Welcome to Cuil—the world's biggest search engine. The Internet has grown. We think it's time search did too". Also they giving assurance that they already indexed 121617892992 web pages around the world.

But seeing overall it is not better than the "Google" and "Yahoo" Search Engines.

See "Cuil"-Features here

Read this Cuil official Press Release:

Cuil Launches Biggest Search Engine on the Web

Technology Company Offers New Look at Search

MENLO PARK, Calif.—July 28, 2008—Cuil, a technology company pioneering a new approach to search, unveils its innovative search offering, which combines the biggest Web index with content-based relevance methods, results organized by ideas, and complete user privacy. Cuil ( has indexed 120 billion Web pages, three times more than any other search engine.

Cuil (pronounced COOL) provides organized and relevant results based on Web page content analysis. The search engine goes beyond today's search techniques of link analysis and traffic ranking to analyze the context of each page and the concepts behind each query. It then organizes similar search results into groups and sorts them by category.

Cuil gives users a richer display of results and offers organizing features, such as tabs to clarify subjects, images to identify topics and search refining suggestions to help guide users to the results they seek.

"The Web continues to grow at a fantastic rate and other search engines are unable to keep up with it," said Tom Costello, CEO and co-founder of Cuil. "Our significant breakthroughs in search technology have enabled us to index much more of the Internet, placing nearly the entire Web at the fingertips of every user. In addition, Cuil presents searchers with content-based results, not just popular ones, providing different and more insightful answers that illustrate the vastness and the variety of the Web."

Cuil's technology was developed by a team with extensive history in search. The company is led by husband-and-wife team Tom Costello and Anna Patterson. Mr. Costello researched and developed search engines at Stanford University and IBM; Ms. Patterson is best known for her work at Google, where she was the architect of the company's large search index and led a Web page ranking team. They refused to accept the limitations of current search technology and dedicated themselves to building a more comprehensive search engine. Together with Russell Power, Anna's former colleague from Google, they founded Cuil to give users the opportunity to explore the Internet more fully and discover its true potential.

"Since we met at Stanford, Tom and I have shared a vision of the ideal search engine," said Anna Patterson, President and COO of Cuil. "Our team approaches search differently. By leveraging our expertise in search architecture and relevance methods, we've built a more efficient yet richer search engine from the ground up. The Internet has grown and we think it's time search did too."

Cuil's methods guarantee online privacy for searchers. Since the search engine ranks pages based on content instead of number of clicks, personal data collection is unnecessary, so personal search history is always private.

Summary of Cuil's features:

  • Biggest Internet search engine—Cuil has indexed 120 billion Web pages, 3x more than any other search engine
  • Organized results—Cuil's magazine-style layout separates results by subject and allows further search by concept or category
  • Different results—Unlike other search engines, Cuil ranks results by the content on each page, not its popularity

Complete privacy protection—Cuil does not keep any personally identifiable information on users or their search histories

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1 comment:

  1. I don't think 90% of web users are savvy enough to know and worry about online privacy. That's one of the reasons why people don't see the need to switch search engines because of that issue, which hurts Cuil after their launch. To say the least, I don't find its layout appealing. I prefer linear layouts like that of, another new search engine.


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