eSobi is an Internet information management tool with News Reader, Multimedia Podcast, Internet Search and Information Library functions. It also comes with 15 language interface selections, 24 regional default channels, and Resource Center.
I used eSobi to alert me to news about my Department of Defense and Homeland Security Customer bases. eSobi allows me to scan through top news feeds from a wide and diverse customer set so I can quickly find out what is happening in my world. I am a competitive analyst and market analyst so I also use eSobi to consolidate all my feeds into one nice to read area. Just started using the search engine—really liking it!
I have used eSobi everyday now for more than a year as my primary aggregator. As a researcher I find it invaluable for its reliability, format and connectivity. It has been totally trouble-free and the source of more than 70 percent of my new business.
I am a Captain in the Royal Marines. I use eSobi daily because it is crucial for my job that I am up-to-date with curr ent affairs. eSobi collates all the information needed and puts it into an easy platform to read from. This had made my job a lot easier and gives me more time for fitness!!
I use eSobi to scour daily news articles on health, travel, sport and general news. I can then save interesting articles to my scrapbook for future reference. Using eSobi saves me time on repeatedly accessing numerous internet sites as it is all through just the one portal.
I am a CEO and my company is for integration of environmental protection. I used eSobi to find professional and personal informations that I need.
For my work as a writer of science educational materials, I have to keep current on breaking science news. eSobi helps me follow what would normally be an unwieldy, impossible to grok number of online science news resources each week. With eSobi, I'm able to scan my subscriptions, save articles that I'll need to the Library, and quickly assemble up-to-date sets of news resources on the topics I'm writing about each week. Of course, eSobi also helps me follow other news I'm interested in, as well as... well, humor and comics. Work isn't everything.
eSobi has more or less replaced my hardcopy newspaper. I think a huge advantage of eSobi over a hardcopy newspaper is that it gives access to so much more than just (in my case) Dutch news. It is also easier to find news that really is of interest to me. This all makes up for the fact that most digital newspapers aren't that in-depth as a regular hardcopy newspaper.
I'm a junior researcher at the Erasmus University and I sometimes have to perform case studies, by (for example) conducting interviews. Before I go to interviews I often do some very simple desk research by browsing the web (just to have some background). I found that the Esobi search engine gives me better results (quantity and precision) than regular search engines.
One last thing I would like to mention as something I like very much is the function that allows you to tag articles with keywords. I feel this might also contribute to my research later. I haven't used it extensively yet, but I can share one funny finding so far: The Sports section of The Guardian uses the word 'complex' more often than any other rss-feed I have so far.
I am a student in the college, eSobi helps me to collect my research sources more efficiently. The built-in search engine is also a powerful tool to help me finding more accurate results. It is a great software. I like it.
newsXpresso, designed for Win 7 and ideal for Touch PC, is a news reader with a more intuitive reading experience and user-friendly touch navigation, easy social network sharing, and efficient tag organization.