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One of the latest hot news in the Internet is the release of  the excellent Wolfram Search engine. Basically, it is an answer  search engine which tries to  answer  real queries or questions directly by computing the answer into a  structured data, rather than providing a list of results or web pages that might contain the answer. Well, it looks like that the old dream to speak to computers is getting closer and closer. In the meanwhile, millions of people are still using Google Search. If you want to use Wolfram but at the same time you don’t want to give up on Google, have a look at this nice add-on for Firefox letting you use both of them on your favorite browser. 

Wolfram Alpha Google is a nice add-on for Firefox letting you display Wolfram Alpha results  in Google Search. Reading from the website: “Wolfram Alpha has just been released and everybody wants to compare it to Google. So I put together this mashup. Just do a search on Google and the Wolfram Alpha result for that search will appear on the right side. Take a look at the screenshots and you’ll understand how it works”.

If you want to know more, or if you want to download it, click here.




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