Google uncloaks refreshed search
The internet giant starts rolling out its fresh search look to mark the start of 2012.
Google adds verbatim search tool
The verbatim tool will replace the '+' search option for results that reflect exact terms users search for.
Google promises 'fresher' search
The internet giant looks to make its searches more timely.
Does anyone still Yahoo?
Inside the Enterprise: Carol Bartz’ departure from Yahoo! is further evidence that large, monolithic websites have had their day.
More Brits browse with Bing
Microsoft's search engine overtakes Yahoo in UK popularity stakes, regaining number two spot.
Google adds speed and speech to search
The new functions are designed to make searching via Google easier and broader.
Millions duped in poisoned Google Image attack
Trend Micro finds a well-crafted poisoned SEO campaign has seen millions of users visit malicious pages.
EMC World 2011: EMC teams with Google for data search
The ‘deluge of data’ is hard to sift through, so EMC looks to the world’s search leader for help.
Microsoft files Google complaint with EU
Microsoft files a formal complaint against Google with the European Commission, claiming the latter was trying to create a walled garden around search…
Google adds website blocking to search
Google lets users block websites from their search results.
Pulse 2011: Watson not aiming to take on Google
IBM's supercomputer may have taken on the big brains during a game of Jeopardy! but the company has no plans to tread on Google's toes in the search s…
Microsoft and Google squabble over copy claims
Google alleges Microsoft directly copies search results for Bing. The Redmond giant disagrees.
Google ups webspam fight
Google promises to up its game in fighting sites breaking its quality guidelines.
Yell.com pushes local business search
The famous directory uses emerging data mining tools to add location-based searches.
Google takes four steps against pirates
The search giant pledges to help rights holders through its search results.
Google calls on West to counter China web restrictions
Google has issued a policy brief calling on Western nations to help fight web restrictions in China and beyond.
We only make the guns…
Google can cost you your job, but you only have yourself to blame.
Yahoo takes a bite out of Google's search lead
The latest comScore's latest search engine figures for the US sees Yahoo rise and Google fall as third-placed Bing prepares to take over Yahoo's North…
Facebook launches ‘Questions’ social search tool
It may not be a rival for Google just yet, but Facebook Questions sees the social network making its first steps into the world of search.
Bing lockdown for Windows Phone 7 handsets?
Integration with the Tell Me voice-control feature means Windows Phone 7 devices will be Bing-only by default, a situation even OEMs won't be able to …
Caffeine peps up Google's search engine
Continuous indexing means results are fresher and faster, says Google, taking the fight to Bing but moving the goalposts for SEO professionals.
BP buys Google oil spill search ad space
BP says it's simply providing information on the clean-up efforts, but critics say the move is an attempt to manipulate public opinion.
Storing of search history backed by MEPs
New plans to store web search history in order to detect paedophiles have raised privacy concerns from civil liberties groups.
EU warns internet giants on privacy
A letter from the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party has been sent to Google, Yahoo and Microsoft telling them to buck up their ideas when it co…