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  • / Technology

    Amazon adds another company to its growing mobile commerce portfolio

    Amazon has acquired SnapTell Inc., a developer of visual product search technology for mobile devices, for an undisclosed sum. SnapTell will become a part of A9.com, Amazon’s search application development subsidiary.

    Posted 06/29/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Amazon has acquired SnapTell Inc., a developer of visual product search technology for mobile devices, for an undisclosed sum. SnapTell will become a part of A9.com, Amazon’s search application development subsidiary.
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    David Tennenhouse is the new CEO of Amazon.com’s search subsidiary

    David Tennenhouse is the new CEO of A9.com, Amazon.com Inc.’s search technology subsidiary. Tennenhouse formerly served as vice president of the corporate technology group and director of research at Intel Corp.

    Posted 02/13/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    David Tennenhouse is the new CEO of A9.com, Amazon.com Inc.’s search technology subsidiary. Tennenhouse formerly served as vice president of the corporate technology group and director of research at Intel Corp.
  • / Press Release

    eStara Provides VoIP Technology For A9.com Click-to-Call Service

    VoIP Tool Enables 14 Million U.S. Businesses to Talk with Customers in Real Time (Reston, VA) April 6, 2005 – eStara announced today that it has been selected by A9.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc. , to provide Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology for the Click-to-Call feature highlighted in its recent launch of "A9.com Yellow Pages.” The Click-to-Call tool allows potential customers to connect with businesses with just one...

    Posted 04/07/2005

    VoIP Tool Enables 14 Million U.S. Businesses to Talk with Customers in Real Time (Reston, VA) April 6, 2005 – eStara announced today that it has been selected by A9.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc. , to provide Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology for the Click-to-Call…
  • / Technology

    Web search moves toward local search, greater personalization

    Most major search engines already offer local search, with AskJeeves rolling it out this week. Though personalized web search isn’t widespread, functionality at Amazon’s A9 search engine and at Yahoo offer a preview, says search marketing firm 10e20.com

    Posted 09/23/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Most major search engines already offer local search, with AskJeeves rolling it out this week. Though personalized web search isn’t widespread, functionality at Amazon’s A9 search engine and at Yahoo offer a preview, says search marketing firm 10e20.com

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