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Many professors and students gravitate to Google as a gateway to research. Libraries want to offer them a comparably simple and broad experience for searching academic content.
It used to be conventional wisdom that title tags should be between 65 and 70 characters in length.
It's hard to believe that Amazon will release its first smartphone in just two months, but a new report indicates that one is right around the corner.
Apple can boast a very successful App Store, but the Google Play store has now caught up in the number of apps available for Android smartphones and tablets, each at about 1.2 million at last count.
The new Windows system, Windows Phone 8.1, includes the virtual assistant Cortana, which combines Siri's personality with Google Now's knack for anticipation.
Nokia really got its mojo back with the release of the Nokia X Android Open Source Project phone.
Rumor has it that MediaTek is helping Google come up with a sub-$100 Nexus Android phone.
In a move that experts say could make it harder to spy on Web users, Google is considering giving a boost in its search-engine results to websites that use encryption, the engineer in charge of fighting spam in search results hinted at a recent conference.
Facebook, like Google, continues to add to its list of services -- Facebook wants to be our everything.
Although it remains among the world's most profitable companies, Google is struggling to adjust to a shift away from desktop and laptop computers to smartphones and tablets.
The amount of money Amazon.com Inc reports through a tax-exempt vehicle in Europe has dropped sharply in the past two years, even as European sales jumped, after the U.S. tax authority tightened rules it felt were being abused to shift profits.
Where are you dining for your Easter brunch? What's a must on the menu? Tell us in the comments section below! Google's search engine seems to have an answer to everything.
I suspect you're like me. You just want to sit down in front of the TV and find something interesting to watch.
Last week's Heartbleed Internet bug revealed a startling fact. The software protecting banks, email, social media and government is maintained by only a few people.
IT security experts are accusing Google of being selfish, putting its corporate interests before global internet users' security, playing favourites, and waiting too long to report the serious Heartbleed security bug to the open-source project whose software contained the critical error.