Rather than type, speak the query. Searchers won't click -- they will swipe, touch or gesture. These expressions of intent on search engines or in applications will become the means by which people find and access information on Google, Bing and Yahoo, as well as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. ...
In a bizarre string of events that began with a Manhattan car accident and ended with one of its victims pitching a conference full ... Read the whole story
In 2013, eMarketer anticipates that Google's U.S. display revenues will grow 45.3% to $3.68 billion, while Facebook's will grow 27.6% to $3.29 billion. eMarketer ... Read the whole story
Android-based operating system glasses with a 3G or 4G data connection might be on the list of must-haves for techies by some time midyear. ... Read the whole story
Alumni from Google, Cisco and Facebook will officially launch a digital search marketing company and suite of platforms Wednesday supported by cloud computing. BloomReach's ... Read the whole story
Google has been hit with two potential class-action privacy lawsuits stemming from reports that the company circumvented a feature in the Safari browser that ... Read the whole story
Last week I spelled out some of Google's problems -- from having too much of its revenue tied to one product, to having to ... Read the whole story