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In about two weeks, Microsoft is expected to launch Kumo, its sort of old, sort of new search engine. Microsoft regards Kumo as its Google killer, according to tech analyst Rob Enderle, and the software company is banking heavily on it despite deep internal divisions over the project. Kumo will reportedly take over Microsoft's Live Search and incorporate semantic Web search capabilities, which could be the next wave in search engine technology. However, in some ways, the semantic Web is already creeping up on us -- we just don't know it yet.
well, if this works as lackluster as everything else MS does, it won't help them much.
also, I hope they run it on their own platform, it will be so slow that it will turn most users off; can anyone remember the hotmail takeover?
Marketing should trail muscle, At least until its out the door.
This should be interesting...or not.
Given the lackluster operating systems and applications from Microsoft, I'm not expecting much from Kumo.
But, we shall see.