Bing’s U.S. search market share has hit another all-time high, passing 17 percent for the first time. It gained at Google’s expense, as the search giant slipped six-tenths of a percentage point last month.
Times of India Google Glass: Cool or creepy? Times of India SAN FRANCISCO: Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its "Glass" wearable computer during this week's developer conference.
TechRadar UK Bing Adds Pinterest Integration, Letting You Pin Images Directly From Search ... MakeUseOf The Bing vs. Google race has just become tighter with the launch of Bing's new Pinterest integration.
TechCrunch Rockmelt Will Shut Down Social Browser To Focus On Funneling The Web Into ... TechCrunch Rockmelt was founded in 2009 with an ambitious mission: to reimagine the web browser for the social era.
Washington Post How to tell Google what to do with your account in the afterlife CNN International (CNN) -- There's no better way to start off the afternoon than coming to terms with your mortality, which you'll need to do if you want to take...
Yes, this could shock many but it’s the moment of truth which is quite clear by the latest move of Google. Apparently, Google doesn't want to serve you without an exchange which could be in the form of your email ID.
Phil Bradley's insight:
It would be one heck of a radical move, but since most people stay signed into Facebook all the time - even when you don't have a tab open, (you did know that, right?) I can see how it might happen. In any instance, it's just rumour at this point, but illustrates how seriously G is taking G+
The Guardian Why Google will crush Nielsen The Guardian The web user is the most watched consumer ever. For tracking purposes, every large site drops literally dozens of cookies in the visitor's browser.
The Next Web Google Is Retiring Its Meebo Bar On June 6 To Focus On Google+ - The Next Web The Next Web Google has announced that it will be retiring its Meebo Bar publishing tool on June 6 in order to divert more resources towards its Google+...
Google The Ultimate Search Engine Guardian Express 'Google: Your ultimate search engine', so goes the proverb. Google is simply a magic wand for our daily life; making it less stressful, wonderful, and stupendous in every way.
The Next Web Bing Serves Up Five Times More Malicious Sites Than Google Gizmodo Not all search engines are created equal—and when it comes to Microsoft's Bing, it seems that means malicious websites are happily returned far more often than by Google.