Brit-authored ‘computation knowledge engine’ set to rival Google.
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Online character brought back from the dead, supposedly by ‘public demand.’
Yahoo has published their “Year in Review,” covering search over 2008. They’re keen to point out that it isn’t just what the top 10 searches were, but Top 10s of lots of catagories. Beyond the Top 10s there’s also some analysis of what those things could have meant.
Google has been going ten years this year and to mark the occassion they’ve released a version of their database as of ten years ago. First thing that you’ll notice is that it’s got an old school Google logo – not exactly sure if that’s the accurate one, as drop-shadows might have been beyond them.
Search engine giant continues to eat up UK market share.
Get ready …. you’re going to be hearing a lot about a company that most of us have never heard of before.
New figures show the search engine giant with over three times the market share of second-placed Yahoo.
Google extends video playback to Google News. We’ve known for a while that Google Search has been displaying video results with the ability to expand and play within the search results – in fact it was about a year ago.
Like Billy Bunter on pie-eating day, Google continues to grow and grow.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has won $110 million damages against TorrentSpy, a site that pointed to where TV programmes and films could be downloaded without them being paid for.