Info.com - Search the Web is a meta search engine, combining results from Google, Yahoo, Bing and Yandex. It covers Web, 'topics', shop, images, news, video, classified, flights, yellow pages and webmail. It's not bad - it gives fairly basic results, with title, URL, brief summary, an 'Are you looking for top section', 'related searches' and a feature I really quite like, 'related news'. I am presuming that it's running the search and then combining all of them into a single result, although it would help if they actually said which engines returned which results. It has a 'search wizard' which is actually just a basic advanced search function.
I looked at the Topics section - it covers automotive, business, leisure, health, home, lifestyle and world information. I was slightly surprised to see (as a result of a search for my name) 'sponsored results' listing my own website, and I certainly haven't sponsored any, so I'm not sure what's going on there. This section is actually more like a directory option, leading to specific questions - I looked at the automotive section and it was answering questiosn such as 'which colors of cards are the safest?' and 'Hybrid cars'. Although there was a search option, it didn't seem to really want to play for me, so I soon gave up on that.
'Shop' was what you'd expect - but it's US based, so probably of little use to the rest of us. Ditto the jobs section, which was also 'enter city, state or zip code'.
Images did what you'd expect - thumbnails with image name. However, there was a side column of web results, which I really liked. 'In the News' did the same thing, with a 2 column approach. The news was reasonably quick - my 'librarian' search pulled up something produced 44 minutes ago. Video worked in the same way. I was less impressed with the results though - no particular reason why, they just looked very sparse.
Bottom line - I liked it. Reasonable coverage, and the two column approach worked well. If you're looking for a meta search engine, this one may well fit the bill.