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Google invents original search gestures

02/24/2012, It looks like Google has plans for changing the way we search using our mobile devices. The search engine giant was recently reported to have invented a new gesture for pulling off searches on future Android devices. Instead of users having to waste time...

Microsoft Bing overtakes Yahoo in search engine wars

01/11/2012, Yahoo seems to be on a downward slide, as Microsoft’s Bing search engine is right now behind Google, overtaking Yahoo in the process. Search is considered by many to be the Internet’s most lucrative market, and Bing managed to garner 2.75...

Google to roll out SSL search beta in the coming weeks

10/20/2011, Great news for folks who are paranoid about their searches on Google being monitored or intercepted by other people: Google has announced that its SSL search is going to be available for everybody. When it was introduced last month it automatically...

Google tests out encrypted search with Chrome beta users

09/08/2011, In the battle for supremacy, search engine companies are constantly introducing new features to make their services more appealing than others. This time instead of introducing something “fun”, Google has decided to improve the security of...

Google shows us how they improve Search

08/25/2011, If you’ve always wondered about the steps that Google goes through to improve its search engine, you’re in luck. The company has just released a blog post detailing the work that it does each time they make a change or improvement to Google....

Google wants to know what you love

06/28/2011, The differences between different search engines seem to be a very fine line these days. It has gotten to a point where most of the big search engines can provide you with all the services you need without having to switch sites. Because of this, search...

Google improves mobile search

06/15/2011, In recent years, as more and more people are relying on their mobile devices instead of desktops to access the internet, search engines have been working hard to accommodate smaller web browsers and have been including features to improve the overall...

Google Search by Image to make life easier

06/14/2011, Google, the undisputed king of Internet search at the moment (and for some time to come), has just expanded their arsenal of weapons to annihilate their competitors with the latest Search by Image on desktop. Located right next to the microphone on...

Google now searches for flight schedules

05/27/2011, Google has just announced a new feature for its search engine that will help make life easier for you when you plan your next trip. The search engine now has the ability to look up flight schedules for you. All you have to do is input “flights from...

blinkx video search app now on Roku

05/26/2011, blinkx has just announced the launch of its advanced video search engine app for the Roku internet TV platform. The app allows customers to seamlessly search, discover and watch high quality videos from blinkx’s extensive index of professionally...

Google Images now lets you sort by subject

05/09/2011, As search engines improve and users are starting to search for more than just text or websites, image searching has become a really important part of the search engine. Well, Google has just announced a new feature for its Google Images search – the...

Baidu relies on Android to crush Google

04/27/2011, Talk about using the leverage of your opponent’s strength in order to bring him down  - that is the exact principle that Baidu intends to subscribe to. According to a top Baidu executive, out of all the Android-powered smartphones that are sold in...

Bing invades the iPad

04/07/2011, It looks like Microsoft is trying to replace Safari as your default browser – without you knowing it. The sneaky folks at Redmond have just launched the new Bing app for the iPad, and instead of being just another search app, Bing for iPad does so much...

Google forced to filter autocomplete results in Italy

04/05/2011, It looks like innovation isn’t always good for everyone. When autocomplete was first introduced to the Google Search Engine, it saved users a lot of time from entering commonly searched for terms. However, the most commonly searched for phrases...