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.
Google just released its 2012 Zeitgeist, its annual collection of trending search topics across the globe.
Microsoft's Bing search engine hopes to help you find more about the personalities and places in your queries with an update that spits out relevant information at the center of your search.
Everything.me raises $25 million to make smart phones "dynamic" by presenting apps you may need in real-time.
It's not Brazil, not Iran, and not Russia, which has expressed a desire to censor the internet.
Yahoo! and Facebook may be joining forces.
No reason was given for the blockage on Friday, but some service was restored on Saturday.
Search engine giant Google unveiled a new project that will give free access to its services to people in developing countries, the company announced today.
Sticking to a less is more ideology, Google today stripped off the sidebar from its extremely popular search results page.
Most app marketplaces seem to be a black hole for apps that don't make it into the "top" lists. Facebook is no exception, and today the company began rolling out search to its App Center customers, helping people find cool, unknown apps.
Google built Amber alerts -- the broadcasted warning system for abducted children -- into its search and maps products today, in the hopes that its huge user base could bring a lot more attention to local kidnappings.
Siri is an idiot savante, sometimes more savante, and sometimes more idiot: she doesn't know where Washington DC is. On the other hand, Google seems to have a bigger brain.
For those of you who take advantage of the Internet when watching TV, Roku's new universal search feature could be your most useful tool the next time you sit down to watch a video.
Just upgraded to Windows 8 and can't find that elusive "G spot"? Google's got some help for you at getyourgoogleback.com.
BloomReach, the "big data" tool for marketers that is used by the likes of Neiman Marcus and Williams- Sonoma, has raised $25 million in a round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA).
Searching Gmail sucks, and we all know it. Google knows it too, which is why the company released an "expanded" search feature today that not only helps you find emails within Gmail, but also pulls relevant results into Google searches.