Google continues to add features to Trends. This time it's a new home page that makes it easier to find the trends you are seeking.
As 2013 draws to an end, Microsoft charts the progress of its in-house search technology—Bing.
Google's annual year-end Zeitgeist lists tell the story of what we all searched for online in the past year.
A Google commuter bus that shuttles employees to and from work was blocked for some 30 minutes by residents who oppose the use of the buses for traffic and economic reasons.
Android search users now get referrals to apps that can give more information, and three more languages are supported using Google Voice Search.
Microsoft and law enforcement get together to try and top a botnet that takes aim at infecting users' search engine results.
Google is investing heavily in robotics as it expands its pursuit of technology innovations. The search giant acquired seven companies specializing in robotics.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The court told Congress it must fix the state sales tax mess through legislation, but that's unlikely to happen soon—unfortunately for online retailers.
Google adds a "Smartphone errors" tab to its Webmaster Tools panel so developers can find code that isn't working for mobile users.
Facebook rules social media on Microsoft's search engine while a newcomer races up the charts.
Google unveils a beta plug-in that adds voice search capabilities to Chrome for the desktop.
Google's general counsel argues in a blog post that the company's settlement offer in the antitrust case addresses the EU's concerns, despite the concerns of rivals.
Google will again help TED showcase the most imaginative and creative video ads through its YouTube unit.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The maker of the freely available open-source Firefox browser continues to benefit from its Google partnership.
Can't get to Mount Rushmore to see it up close? Now Google's Street View images can bring it to you, as well as many other lovely national parks in the U.S. and Canada.