Microsoft Buys Video Search Engine For $100 Million

Microsoft said it has inked a deal to acquire VideoSurf, a San Mateo, Calif.,-based provider of technology that allows users to conduct visual searches through large volumes of video content, such as movies and TV shows.

Terms of the deal were not announced, though TechCrunch reported that the price was just under $100 million.

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