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Search engine giant Yahoo! has announced that its Buzz application has been opened up, allowing users to "discover, vote for and share" content that they are interested in.
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Search engine giant Google was used for 4.8 billion searches during July, according to the latest figures from Nielsen.
Data from the online analyst indicates that of the 7.9 billion search e
Search engine firm Yahoo! and Intel have previewed plans for a television application framework called the Widget Channel.
The two companies state that the platform will allow users to enjoy
Brand marketers should ensure that their websites are full of content which is both engaging and regularly updated, a sector commentator has asserted.
Speaking to online resource Smart Compan
Google has announced plans to roll out a resource which provides users with real-time suggestions while they search.
In a post on the search engine firm’s official blog, product manager Jenni
Adverts which are relevant to the content of a website affect users in a more positive fashion than those which are not, according to a new study commissioned by Google.
The research, carried
While it takes more time and energy to create unique website content, the payoff at the end is worth the effort, it has been asserted.
Chris Lake, editor-in-chief of online market report, how
Microsoft has announced another update to its Live Search resource.
Following on from the launch of a new home page for the platform at the end of July which aimed to provide users with a new
Christmas 2008 is due to be a make-or-break season for many firms, meaning that marketing is "critical", it has been noted.
Rosabel Tao makes her comments to online resource JCK Onl
Google has announced the launch of the beta version of an open source browser – Chrome.
A post on the search engine firm’s official blog by vice-president of product management Sundar Pichai