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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Google launches patent search site

CNET News.com: "Google has added another piece of search software to its arsenal, with the launch of Google Patent Search.
The patent search site, launched as a beta on Wednesday night, is designed to sift through the approximately 7 million U.S. patents by a variety of parameters including filing date, issue date, patent number and inventor.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based company may have made a name for itself with the simplest of standard Web search engines. But its niche search software--for geographic data, literature and road maps, to name a few--has been a major part of what has propelled Google to the top of the Internet's pecking order."
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