|Initial release||July 24, 2008|
"public beta" / November 16, 2009
|Type||Semantic search, Web annotation|
iGlue uses natural language processing technology to identify entities (e.g. people, places and institutions) in webpages, providing related facts and media (e.g. images, videos). iGlue's users can manually annotate text, images and videos, as well as rate existing annotations.
- iGlue (July 24, 2008). "First functional demo released".
- "in4, Ltd. Launches Public Beta of iGlue, an Online Content Organizer and Semantic Search System".
- Tóth, Balázs (May 24, 2010). "Magyarok fejlesztik a webragasztót" [Hungarians developing glue for the web] (in Hungarian).
- "Request your invite code for the iGlue beta testing!". September 30, 2009.
- Halliday, Josh (27 August 2010). "Elevator Pitch: Semantic web? Check. Grand ambitions? Check. iGlue? Check". The Guardian's PDA blog.
- O'Hear, Steve (May 25, 2010). "iGlue raises $550K in follow-on round". TechCrunch Europe.
- "in4, Ltd. Raises Series B Investment".
- "in4, Ltd. Presents at Second Annual GeeknRolla Conference in London". April 25, 2010.
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