Ah, see none of your icons work just yet and the front page doesn't make it very clear what's going on. It's obvious that there are things going on, I just had no clue what.
If its intended to be a search engine of sorts, it might be an idea to subscribe to the Google paradigm of simplicity - they didn't destroy every other search engine simply with the amount of data that they aggregated, it was very much due to the fact that they broke the mold of making every search engine a 'portal'. If I haven't searched for something, how can it know what I might want to see on the front page?
If you intend to keep it the way it is, you should probably consider adding some kind of header in there that lets me know, 'Recent Searches', 'Trending Topics', or whatever the basis of the initial information is. A blurb somewhere letting us know what Infolizer is would be extremely helpful too.
From a third party perspective, my first reaction was exactly as I posted. Looks neat, but no clue what it was.
I like the structure of the results, they're a lot more professional looking than most web sites I see attempted now a days, but I think VI has a point. You need larger margins between each entry, the eye wants somewhere to rest while trying to digest all the content, and there's no break given.