Berggi Offers Semantic Mobile Search Solution

hakia, the semantic search engine, has announced the launch of its Syndication Web Services programme for websites and businesses looking to offer semantic search to their visitors. Berggi, which provides mobile consumer applications, is hakias first partner to offer semantic search on mobile phones.
Using hakia Syndication Web Services, Berggi has released an alpha
version of an easy-to-use mobile search application for global market
adoption. The application is compatible with AT&T and Sprint phones
and can be downloaded here.
hakias Syndication Web Services deliver the same core semantic technology that powers hakias award-winning search engine, along with many other applications suitable for portals, search engine marketing firms, mobile applications and document management systems. The services provide an XML feed, and options to customize the feed. hakia offers 30,000 searches per day free of charge and free of advertising that is available to early adopters until the partners quota is filled.
hakia Syndication Web Services include Web Search; News Search;
Vertical Search; Summarizer, which provides a summary of a given text
block or URL; Categorize, which identifies categorical terms from a
given URL or text block; Characterizer, which identifies and expands
descriptive phrases, keywords or tags; and TMR (Text Meaning
Representation), which provides text meaning representation of a given
text block.
The ability to search the web from your mobile phone will soon be a key consumer need, as people do more with their cell phones on the go, says Berggi CEO, Babur Ozden. What drew us to hakia is the power of their semantic search results, which we believe will be central to global mass market adoption of any web search offer for mobile phones.
More information on hakias Syndication Web Services can be found here.