Google may sit pretty in its search engine top spot, but in this review series I look at some of the smaller startups that take a different approach to search.
Google is undeniably king of the search engine world, but other engines are worth talking about, especially when it comes to privacy. I find out more about DuckDuckGo.
Google is gospel in many people’s minds, but other search engines do exist. Should consider switching up your search and save the planet in the process?
Econsultancy has created an infographic showing search engine market shares across 10 countries around the world. Is Google dominant worldwide?
Search engine, Ask.com has announced that it will no longer be operating as a search engine.
Never underestimate the importance of fast – Eric Schmidt talks technological advances, personalised search & mobile growth. See the keynote.
2010: The Internet Election. Conservatives dominate YouTube & Lib Dems fail during old school TV debates. Is this the future of UK Elections?
Microsoft’s Bing announces new search features in line with customer feedback. Currently available in US, will they make it across the pond?
Following the example set by Bing, Twitter updates will now be shown in relevant Google searches giving users the most up-to-date info
Bing’s market growth is gradually slowing down, whilst Google’s is on its way up again. Does this mean Microsoft’s peaked too? SEO Wars!
Google’s Hot Trends OneBox feature to cater for the demand for up-to-date stories. Real-time information on the most popular topics.
According to comScore’s qSearch analysis, Bing is gaining on Google’s market share, but is it really a contender for the top spot?