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(Nasdaq: ASKJ), a leading provider of information retrieval technologies, brands and Internet advertising services, today announced it has acquired Trustic, Inc., the company that owns and operates Bloglines (By subscribing to an HSLS Update RSS feed, you can view articles as soon as they are published.[For a quick, non-technical introduction to RSS feeds, watch the 3-minute video, RSS in Plain English, on Youtube.com] To subscribe to an HSLS Update RSS feed, click on the button located in the top right corner of every HSLS Update page. There are a variety of ways to subscribe, depending on what browser or reader service you are using: Internet Explorer (7.0 and up): Detailed instructions are available on the Firefox Web site.Ask Jeeves also owns the search technology Teoma, proprietary natural language processing technology, as well as portal and ad serving technologies.In addition to powering several of the Ask Jeeves brands, the Company syndicates its technologies to help companies increase revenue through powerful search. This press release contains forward-looking statements. All statements regarding the future are forward-looking statements, including those regarding Bloglines' continued independent operations, provision of resources to it, acceleration of Bloglines' audience growth, improvement of Bloglines' services, and Ask Jeeves' plans to leverage Bloglines' technologies across its search and portal brands.
Bloglines will continue to operate as an independent brand in the Ask Jeeves portfolio and retain its name and unique URL: