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Microsoft rolls out new resources to help taxpayers get squared away with Uncle Sam and avoid scams.
With the newly redesigned YouTube home page, your playlists should now be easier to find and use from anywhere.
The company's voice assistant technology is expected to supplant Windows Phone's built-in Bing search when the 8.1 update arrives.
Yahoo has given Carnegie Mellon researchers $10 million and access its real-time services, in hopes they’ll create the ultimate mobile assistant.
The software giant responds to allegations that its Bing search engine delivers censored Chinese language results to users outside of China.
So far, Google Fiber is in only few U.S cities and towns, including Kansas City, Provo, Utah and Austin, Texas. To get Google to consider your town, you have to do your homework, says one expert.
Improvements to the Google Search Appliance include deeper and quicker search of huge databases of business documents and other information.
The winning entrant will have his or her doodle displayed on Google's home page for a day and win a $30,000 college scholarship.
The settlement between Google and the European Union ends an antitrust investigation that has spanned more than three years.
As the 2014 Olympic Winter Games are set to begin, Google Street View has added a wide swath of imagery for cities and towns in the host country of Russia.
Most of this success is based on continued good news in terms of its bread-and-butter business--attracting eyeballs for advertising purposes.
Net income was up for the quarter and the year, but an overall income slide proves worrisome for investors as Yahoo stock takes a hit.