Want to know how Graph Search works and how results are sorted? They're different for every person! Here's a peek under the hood.
Google's ramping up mobile monetization today with a new sponsored search result ad type, a product listing ad. It also reduces the mobile search presence of the showroomer's biggest ally: Amazon.com.
Google already has five of the six most popular apps in America, with Google Maps, Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Play. But that is apparently not enough for the search-and-mobile-and-everything giant.
With the new filters, you can set up columns to contain or exclude keywords, media types, and retweets.
Twitter added an extra feature to its search today, allowing anyone to find tweets older than one week.
The update also includes overall bug fixes and a new way to view links from within the service.
Guest Post Search engine optimization isn’t just a buzzword anymore. Businesses are increasingly turning to SEO strategies to ensure they rank well in search engines.
In other words, the perfect blend of old Google (fast, reliable) and new Google (usable, pretty).
Google's Knowledge Graph has a long, long way to go. At least according to Google CEO Larry Page.
And here I thought Google was supposed to be the geeky company.
Facebook's new Graph Search is the first service that has the potential to eat Google's lunch.
We played with Facebook's new Graph Search for ourselves. Check out how it works and what it looks like before it's released to the public.
Facebook finally announced search today, but investors weren't blown away.
In what could be a major boost to Bing, Facebook users will now instantly be able to perform Bing web searches.
RoomHunt integrates a rental directory with social networks to simplify the process of finding a place to live and roommates to live with.
Google's unified search dreams are beginning to take shape.
Path, the private social network, wants us to see search as something personal.
in with the smart and out with the stupid -- Twitter search, that is.
You'll have to wait a bit longer to see the end of the FTC's Google antitrust investigation.
Editor's Pick Today Grokr is releasing a Google Now for iOS. Except ... not exactly. Actually, it's much better than Google Now, and it is likely to stay that way for a long time.