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Under an EU court order, Google has begun removing links to content deemed objectionable by the subjects of the content. Critics are beginning to fume about the deletions.
A better Bing? Machine learning, the secret sauce behind the company's smart services slate, is set to make the company's search and security products even smarter.
CEO Meg Whitman and HP board are absolved, but former Autonomy executives will not be exempt from any subsequent litigation.
With the FIFA World Cup soccer matches fully under way, here are the current most popular World Cup searches on Google Search.
Yahoo's 2013 successes were overshadowed during its shareholder meeting by the controversial appointment of former Walmart CEO H. Lee Scott to its board.
The free, new Google service aims to help business owners connect better with their customers so that their businesses can continue to grow.
As the World Cup 2014 competition begins today, Google is helping soccer fans stay abreast of all the happenings during the monthlong competition.
Google offers some how-to fixes for mobile Websites that can appear in Google searches but then not lead to the correct results that are sought by users.
Microsoft chronicles the history of the company's search engine and the changes that occurred in those five years—from advanced intelligence to machine learning.
The move complies with an EU court ruling that Google and other search firms have a process for people to request the removal of objectionable online content.