Innovative Search Site, iHound.com is Back -- One Site Retrieves All

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While traditional search engines give people single result sets, iHound.com gives users the power to harness 300 plus topic specific sources.

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iHound (http://www.ihound.com), the pioneering and award-winning internet search site, has re-launched under an agreement between SpeedSeek® Corporation and ThinkTek Labs™. Initially launched in 2001 as a technology demo, iHound™ gained tens of thousands of users from around the world within the first week, and won a major publication award. SpeedSeek decided to cease the iHound demo in 2003, and traffic was routed to SpeedSeek.com.

With the immediate re-launch, iHound is back helping solve one of the top time-wasting issues on the Internet -- finding relevant results. Unlike meta-search engines which gather and alter consolidated returns, iHound uses a portion of the patented SpeedSeek® technology to return complete results from over 300 sources. With a single click, iHound searches, retrieves and displays the results from each of the selected sources, bypassing the need to conduct multiple searches of individual sites.

iHound looks to have a promising future under the new agreement with ThinkTek Labs™, as they work together to develop ground-breaking technology advances applicable for everyday use, improving user efficiency and enhancing the user experience.

For additional information about iHound, contact Benjamin Bach or visit http://www.ihound.com.

About ThinkTek Labs:

ThinkTek Labs™ is a technology R&D and premium consulting company located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more information, visit http://www.thinkteklabs.com.

About SpeedSeek Corporation:

SpeedSeek Corporation is a leading provider of products and services that enable and empower people to better retrieve, view and utilize digital information. For more information visit http://www.speedseek.com.

Contact:

Benjamin Bach

ThinkTek Labs

612-605-1645

http://www.thinkteklabs.com
http://www.ihound.com

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