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AppCrawlr App Discovery Service Goes More Mobile

By   /  November 5, 2013  /  Business Intelligence News, Articles, & Education, Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

AppCrawlr, the semantic mobile app discovery and recommendation service, is adding Windows Phone apps to its iOS and Android app-finder solution. The service, which debuted earlier this year (see our story here), has at its heart the TipSense content discovery and knowledge extraction technology, which also lies behind the company’s DishTip food discovery service. Microsoft […]

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TipSense Apps Make Your Decisions Easier

By   /  April 4, 2013  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Josh Constine of TechCrunch recently shared some of the cooler features of TipSense, a great company from last year’s SemTechBiz Start-Up Competition.

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Discover The Mobile App You Really Want

By   /  January 23, 2013  /  Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

The semantic technology platform behind restaurant dish discovery service Dishtip (which The Semantic Web Blog discussed here) has made its way to a new domain: mobile apps. The company last week unveiled AppCrawlr, which uses its TipSense content discovery and knowledge extraction technology to cut through the noise to help users find the app that’s […]

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Some Semantic Treats For A Happy Halloween

By   /  October 31, 2011  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

It’s that spooky time of year again – in your neighborhood and on the Semantic Web, too. Put on your goblin getups, and see how some semantic webbers and related sites are getting Halloween treats into their mix:   We’ll start with a response we got to a query we posed about how you might […]

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Hot Mashups for Finding Hot Meals

By   /  February 10, 2011  /  Uncategorized  /  No Comments

The three food-finding mashups featured in this article are semantically-powered resources for hungry consumers (no pun intended).

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