Cuil is a new search engine. The new start up is founded by former Google Inc. engineers and other tech giants. “You can’t be an alternative search engine and smaller,” says Cuil co founder Anna Patterson.
Cuil claims to be able to search across 120 billion Web pages, compared with Google’s 40 billion. 
I have used http://www.cuil.com/ . I liked the black web interface, in contrast with Google’s white. Then I tried to test their claim about searching more web pages. I tried to retrieve results for http://www.rectis.com/, my small software company (content is in the Greek language). Cuil did not show any results. Then I tried to search this blog which is in English. Again no results. Needless to say that Google brings results for both of the above searches. I was expecting to see some results from Cuil. Maybe it is too soon and they have not indexed all pages. What is your opinion?
 JESSICA E. VASCELLARO, 2008. Former Google Engineers Launch Search Engine. The Wall Street Journal. Available at: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121721408704288951.html