Google’s Safari contract ends in 2015; let the bidding begin.
It’s easy, but not exactly obvious.
Bing will be the default search on OS X Yosemite, and Safari users will have the option to set the default search to DuckDuckGo on both new Mac and mobile operating systems.
Microsoft learned from both Apple and Google and then made its own mobile personal assistant unique.
Microsoft has spent the last few years bundling core services into a single platform. The full maturation of that platform will be seen this week at Build 2014.
In Europe, at least, Google will start displaying rival search results for goods and services alongside its own. Elsewhere? Not so much.
Yahoo is reportedly ready to dump its Bing search deal. But to get a second chance at search, it must court developers.
A new look and features are on their way, but it’s hard to say they’ll make a big difference to mobile users.
ValueAct and other investors are not waiting around to see how Microsoft gets itself out of the hole Ballmer dug.
Should Microsoft keep going as is under new management?
Get smart devices speaking the same language and the Internet of Things still has a problem. What will they talk about?
Microsoft thinks it’s staked out a claim to one of the next big technological shifts, and it’s not being particularly subtle about it.
A Star Trek-themed upgrade to Bing’s language translator on Tuesday has added Klingon to the list of supported languages.
In the near future of search, you won’t be looking for Internet content anymore – it will be looking for you.
Find some buried treasure, fly in a glass-bottomed jet or mock the Caped Crusader… these are among the many ways you can be fooled thus far on this April Fools’ Day, 2013.
Bing’s improvements Thursday may make it the best search engine for social media profiles. But Wolfram Alpha still has it beat when it comes to delivering snappy answers to straight questions.
Microsoft’s latest attempt to snare search share from Google has again fallen flat, as the company acknowledges winding down its nasty “Scroogled” attack-ad campaign.
The RIAA slams Google for failing to hamper access to alleged pirate sites. But is that really Google’s job?
Microsoft’s search engine gained “five times more content” on Thursday, adding much more Facebook content to the “sidebar” on the right-hand side of Bing’s organic search results.
Microsoft’s Bing will ride the coattails of Facebook’s Graph Search for years to come. But is that a big enough role to sustain the second-place search engine?