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Google Continues Its Search Reign While Yahoo Suffers

comScore has released its latest search engine rankings, and Google has managed to increase its already significant share of the US market. Bing is the closest competitor, but it is not even close to Google’s numbers. 

Microsoft Launching New Startup Accelerator, Bing Fund

Microsoft’s Bing brand is not just about search anymore. It seems Microsoft is on the verge of launching a new startup incubator and angel investment fund, which the company is calling the Bing Fund.

Google Spring Cleaning Continues to Eliminate Products

Google's continuing “spring cleaning” effort, which actually began last fall and has closed or combined more than 30 products since, is eliminating several more products Google now considers obsolete or redundant. These include Google Mini, Google Talk Chatback, Google Video, iGoogle and the Symbian Search App.

Google Spring Cleaning Continues to Eliminate Products

Google's continuing “spring cleaning” effort, which actually began last fall and has closed or combined more than 30 products since, is eliminating several more products Google now considers obsolete or redundant. These include Google Mini, Google Talk Chatback, Google Video, iGoogle and the Symbian Search App.

Twitter Teases Huge Update to Search and Discovery

 twitter_logo_2012.pngA single tweet from one of Twitter's engineering managers suggests that the service is about to become a whole lot easier to search. What has the service got in store? 

Have You Audited Your Digital Assets Lately?

Auditing is not just for taxes or financials. If you want to bring clarity to the digital assets you have, auditing is one of the ways to do this. You can audit digital asset whether you have a Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution today or not. The following is what you should think about ...

Managing Big Data for the Greater Good #info360

 SkyDox.pngWhile info360 addressed enterprise challenges related to the social, mobile and local workforce, there was still a considerable focus on big data. After all, just because you’re on the go, doesn’t mean you’ve stopped creating information.

We spoke with Josh Gilbertson, SkyDox co-founder about how the enterprise-class, cloud-enabled, secure file sharing and collaboration platform is helping to align content against the constantly evolving trends of an increasingly savvy consumer base.

Qwiki: The Next Iteration of Search

Information consumption has been disrupted, only you may not be aware of it yet.

But in the very near future when you search on Bing, instead of boring text and blue hyperlinks, you may find an option to view a Qwiki as well.

Startup tenXer Gamifies Workplace Productivity

Startup tenXer Gamifies Workplace Productivity Playing games didn't used to be so associated with being productive at work (no offense, gamemakers).

EPiServer Announces 'Big Data' Search Product

EPiServer Announces ‘Big Data’ Search ProductDespite the best navigational design, site visitors often reach first for the search function. To help match visitors with the content for which they are searching, EPiServer has released EPiServer Find.

SharePoint 2010 Search: Relevance, Refinement, People

This is the fifth article in this series “What is This SharePoint Thing All About Anyway?” In previous articles we have discussed all of the great ways that you can add content to SharePoint and now we are going to highlight the powerful Search features available to help you access and locate the data once it exists within the site.

Updated Bing Gets Social, Searches with a Little Help From Your Friends

bing_logo_2010.JPG Microsoft is today officially introducing a revamped version of its Bing search engine in the U.S. that it says will make search a faster and more social process.

Yahoo's Axis Cross-Device Browser Looks Slick, Lacks Search Features

Despite turnover in top management at Yahoo, the company still manages to kick out a slick-looking new browser that's creating a lot of positive buzz for a change. Unfortunately, Axis is missing some basic functionality.

Alibaba Buys Back $7.1B Stake from Yahoo!, Opens Up IPO Opportunities & Yahoo! Comeback

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has been trying to buy back a big stake in the company from Yahoo! for two years now, in a bid to expand its business and eventually issue an initial public offering. Earlier this week, Yahoo! and Alibaba have approved a US$ 7.1 billion deal that analysts consider to be helpful for both companies moving forward. The pressing question now is whether Alibaba can reach Facebook heights if and when it goes for an IPO.

Ensighten Releases Free 'Do Not Track' Tool for Publishers

Thumbnail image for Ensighten logo.pngCookies. Those software namesakes of the sugar-charged morsels are central to the growing Do Not Track (DNT) movement, and now Ensighten has released a free Web tool to help publishers follow and disable the tags that use cookies.

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