With little fanfare, Google has added its cool new conversational search feature to Chrome on desktops, following a demonstration last week at Google I/O.
Who needs SQL? In fact, who needs databases?
Normally, when a company claims that it's bringing the helpfulness of a Federation starship's onboard computer to everyday technology, I sort of roll my eyes and prepare to be disappointed -- except this time that didn't really happen.
Big data startup LucidWorks has raised $10 million to help enterprise companies "turn multi-structured data into business gold."
Zoobean launched a curated catalog of children's books today to make it easier for parents to find books that are the most relevant for their children.
Here's some news that will sadden the few hundred tech-savvy people still using feature phones to grab information from the web.
Yahoo is focusing on interfaces and voice controls for search, not the heavy-duty algorithmic machinery that powers it all.
If you're looking for high volumes of users, mobile ad networks can deliver them.
Google has for the past decade or two been training us to search with keywords rather than natural phrases. But Facebook is taking a different approach.
Google's proposed concessions mean you could one day see a little Bing in your Google.
Wavii, a content summary startup, is likely going to close a deal to be acquired by Google in the next week.
Newly-launched startup SRCH2 is not focused on standard web search, a space inhabited by Google and Bing, but is offering a new take on 'enterprise search.'
Yahoo updated its app today to include technology from recently acquired "summary" startup Summly.
Google has proposed a settlement to the European Commission that involves making legally binding changes to its search results in Europe. If this agreement is adopted, Google will change its results page by clearly highlighting search results from its own services and including links to rivals.
Microsoft may knock Google's search results, but its Google that's doing a better job of blocking malicious sites.
Prollie is a social search platform that tracks how "well" people use social media platforms and makes connections with others who share the same interests and passions.
We've been saying this for a while now: Foursquare isn't about badges and mayorships anymore. You need only look at the company's latest round of funding for confirmation.
Google wants to make Glass as great as possible -- but it's got to kill search spam first.
Guest Post What if Siri could help us modulate the emotional tone of our messages? Would it make the world a better place with less conflict and argument, or would it leave piles of unread messages?
The all-new LinkedIn search is more powerful and more productive. It'll also help you find the exact person, article, or job listing to get you what you want at the right time.