Some of life’s most elusive questions won’t be satisfied with a 30-second web search. So Google is experimenting with a new service, dubbed Google Helpouts, to connect people with a qualified expert online.
Want to know when your mom’s gift will arrive? How about what your plans are for tomorrow? Google knows and will be more than happy to tell you.
Editor’s Pick Kansas City-based search startup Leap2 offers up an engaging visual take on search. Will it be able to carve out its own place in search?
How do you run 100 billion web searches a month?
Google’s Knowledge Graph has a long, long way to go. At least according to Google CEO Larry Page.
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.
In what could be a major boost to Bing, Facebook users will now instantly be able to perform Bing web searches.
Ask.com and app discovery engine Quixey have signed a deal that will see explicit app search capabilities embedded within a major search engine for the first time.
Just upgraded to Windows 8 and can’t find that elusive “G spot”? Google’s got some help for you at getyourgoogleback.com.
“Disavow links” sounds like a D&D spell, but it’s actually a way for search engines and webmasters to seek out and destroy spam sites.
Search giant’s latest moves make searching a little more like asking the U.S.S. Enterprise’s computer for information than ever before.
Google may be facing some antitrust inquiries from the Federal Trade Commission over its use of Google+ social results in its web search.
We jest, we jest. Microsofties don’t chant.
Editor's Pick Do you hate change? Loathe disruption of your normal routines? Are you mad as a wet hen over the new Google+ results showing up when you try to do a simple Google search?
Google included a bombshell in its earnings report today (namely that co-founder Larry Page will replace current chief executive Eric Schmidt), but in addition to the big news the company also shared its earnings numbers as usual — and as usual, they exceeded analyst estimates.