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merci pour toutes ces précisions très intéressantes ! :) by _ecorce Oct 30

Clusty a été vendu par Vivissimo en 2010, il s'appelle désormais Yippy.Clusty cherchait dans Yahoo!, AltaVista, MSN, Lycos, Google et d'autres. La liste n'est plus précisée. On sait seulement que Yippy cherche notamment dans Wikipedia. Il propose quelques options de recherche avancée, dont le choix de la langue. Clusty offrait un filtre parental qui semble avoir disparu. En contrepartie, on a un "privacy mode" qui empêche le navigateur d'enregistrer l'historique. La particularité de Yippy est qu'il organise les réponses sous forme de dossiers thématiques ("clusters"), à gauche de l'écran. Clusty indiquait dans quels moteurs chaque résultat avait été trouvé. Mais ce n'est plus le cas. Les résultats sponsorisés n'apparaissent pas clairement comme tels. by marecord Oct 30

Oui, les noms changent régulièrement cela pose parfois problème ! by tuxman Jun 28

Anciennement Clusty. Métamoteur proposant clusterisation des résultats. by marcandou Aug 10

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