Search is broken. Google steers you to right section of the library, but doesn’t answer your question or compile that answers with others to help you make a decision.
Luckily, today Vurb is launching its reinvention of search results, in the form of a web and mobile contextual search engine. Vurb was featured at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC ’14 when it’s founder talked about the “magic” experience of “surfing the web”.
Rather than requiring multiple searches in different tabs, Vurb collects all the relevant info on one page.
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