Dogpile News Search✓
In the summer of 1997, Dogpile launched its News Wire which first searched the news offerings of Yahoo News Headlines, Exciting News and Infoseek NewsWires. Later followed the 2017 closed Topix and currently  the news search of Bing is used.
|Developer||InfoSpace (In 2012 Infospace was renamed Bluecora, in 2016 the Infospace business was sold to OpenMail, which renamed itself System1 in 2017.)|
|Country of Origin||US America|
|1996 - 1999||Unusual Solutions|
|1999 - 2000||Polarity Technologies LTD|
|2000 - [...]||InfoSpace (In 2012 Infospace was renamed Bluecora, in 2016 the Infospace business was sold to OpenMail, which renamed itself System1 in 2017.)|
|Meta search engine|
|Used SeEn||Yahoo News
|Older Version||Internet Archive / WebCite|
|Jerri Collins (2019): »News Search is sortable by relevance and date, with search results returned from sources as varied as Fox News, ABC News, and Topix. The Yellow and White Pages searches are standard, with fields to search by business name, individual name, etc. Throughout all these various searches (except for the Yellow and White Pages), the ubiquitous "Are You Looking For" feature is always there, steering users to better-worded search queries.« Source|
|2003: »Search for news articles related to your search on the Web.
News Providers - ABC News, FAST News, Newscrawler.« Source|
|2005: »Search for news articles related to your search.
News Providers - ABC News, Yahoo! Search, FoxNews and Topix.« Source|
|There's a local filtering system I can't change - Dogpile News Search only shows me German results - a bit disappointing for today's news search [kd].|
Features & Functionality
|Eyal Rabinovitch (1997): »From the home page, you enter your query and specify whether to search the Web, Usenet, FTP sites, or news sources.« Source|
|See also Dogpile: Source|
References & further Publications
|Wikipedia (EN): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogpile|
|Wikipedia (Others): n.a.|