As most of you know, the Windows operating system is the most popular and the most utilized personal computer operating platform in use today, and has been for many years. Windows has made Microsoft the powerhouse it is today, thanks to its user-friendly interface and a number of other features that greatly simplify your daily life.
Google and RealNetworks announced today that the Google Toolbar is being distributed with RealPlayer 10 downloads. By making […]
As you sit down and start thinking how you are going to write the content for your new website, or if you are contemplating a complete redesign of your existing site, there are a number of important things you need to know, before you even start writing.
Copernic offers enterprise search indexing
Yahoo is expected to report a quarterly profit of 11 cents a share on $497.9 million in revenue […]
The subject of buying one-way links is a controversial subject at best. A lot has been said about […]
Google tests personalized search & alters look
27% of busy women say they won’t give up the Web
Microsoft said MSN Blogbot will debut in the first half of the year, along with MSN Newsbot, a search site devoted to news.
IBM would like to see its WebFountain supercomputing project become the next big thing in Web search. The Internet can be a treasure trove of business intelligence–but only if you can make sense of the data.
In case you haven’t noticed yet, Yahoo has been hard at work lately. If you missed it, Yahoo now has its own toolbar. In a similar fashion the Google toolbar works, Yahoo just introduced Web Rank™. Web Rank™ happens to be Yahoo’s new search engine algorithm, as well as the name it gave its new toolbar.
Quigo announced yesterday it closed a $5 million round of venture funding as the New York search startup prepares to take on Google in the contextual advertising market.
A consulting firm called CHI Research makes finding high-tech companies and start-ups its business. Two years back, when I asked CHI to share its top 10 tech-stock picks with BusinessWeek readers, half the names on the list were new to me.
People are always asking me how to be a blogging bigshot, and/or what will be the Next Big Thing in blogging. I don’t claim to have any very special expertise in that area, but I do have some thoughts. In fact, I have some thoughts that combine the two subjects.
“Part of the exodus has been partly AOL’s own doing. Through its relationship with popular portal Google, AOL has “alerted users to what’s existed beyond AOL,” said Jordan Rohan, an analyst at Schwab SoundView.
New changes at Yahoo’s search technology are welcomed
Google dance update on ‘Brandy’
Search ads help bring viewers to news sites
Update on “Brandy” (the current Google Dance)
Internet marketing more effective than TV ads