The new European antitrust chief needs time to evaluate the case, calling the stakes having a "big potential impact" on those involved — and not just the search giant.
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Search has been so consistently unsatisfying for so long across so many organizations that we've come to accept bad search as fate. But no more: It's time for the tail to wag the dog.
During my years of using Google I've picked up an arsenal of tips and tricks to help me get to the information I'm looking for faster and more efficiently. Here are six tricks that I use most regularly.
Google hopes the need for a user to login every time they visit a website could soon be a thing of the past, after the search giant acquired Israeli security startup SlickLogin.
Now that Moto X is more like Moto Ex, Google sheds a lot of future profit headaches. Google's overall return on its $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility is debatable, but the search giant looks like it hit eject just in time.
The search giant (turned everything else) opened on Friday at an all time high. Shortly after the opening bell, it hit $1,000 a share.
The big news this week is that there's no big NSA news this week. None. Apple had it's time in the sun and came up with a button that senses fingerprints, the government protects "Likes" and we've got a pile of actual non-NSA news to keep you informed. Sure, there's one lone NSA story, but ain't it a relief that there's just one?
The search giant continues its streak of puzzling decisions as its location service and maps functionality fall victim this time.
I capture photos all the time with my smartphone, but for serious photography nothing beats a DSLR. Still, there's a lot more to good photojournalism than the physical camera.
Indian company believes the time is right to bring search and social tools together for the academic community, making it easier for them to discover content and collaborate.
Chinese search engine aims to grow its market share by 10 percentage points each year, with a target of reaching 40 percent share in three years' time.
After a "thorough and robust search process," the networking vendor has found a replacement for long-time CEO Michael Klayko.
Twitter has built a real-time human computation engine to help identify trending search queries, send them to humans to be evaluated and incorporated into back-end systems for more targeted ad placement.
The Taipei High Administrative Court rules against the city government's attempts to impose a NT$1 million fine on the search giant for limiting the time for mobile app refunds to just 15 minutes.
Google continues to improve Google Search/Now and the latest update arrives in time for holiday travel. The song identification function is also quite useful.
Bragging about millions of results is a long-standing feature of Google Search, but it has no practical benefits, because it will never, ever show you more than a thousand. It's time for Google's estimates to stop being out by perhaps 99.9999 percent.
The company has initiated a campaign against German government proposals that would force search engines to pay a copyright fee every time they bring up a snippet of a news story in their results.
As so often happens, regulators are having a hard time keeping up with a market driven by transformational technology — search. There's one way to even the balance.
Nokia slips in the latest global smartphones rankings, a sign that the company's mobile fortunes have not yet hit bottom. Its Proustian battle wages on.
The European Commission has reportedly told Google that any settlement of its antitrust case must involve changes to its mobile services. But both parties in these negotiations have to tread very carefully indeed.