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Bing, Not Google, Will Power Search on Amazon's New Kindle Fires

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Google’s Android mobile operating system might power Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablets, but that’s no guarantee that Google will be the default search provider on those devices. Because for its new Kindle Fires — all of them, Amazon confirmed to AllThingsD that it has opted to go with Microsoft’s Bing...
Bing, Not Google, Will Power Search on Amazon's New Kindle Fires

Tom: Google Launches iPad-Optimized Gmail Web App

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Tom: Google Launches iPad-Optimized Gmail Web App

Bing Now Default Search Engine on Amazon's Kindle Fire: Is Apple Next?

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Bing, Microsoft's search engine competitor to Google, hasn't quite made the dent in Google's market share that Redmond had hoped for. But as revealed this week, Microsoft may have just scored an important victory in helping to foster consumer awareness for its search service. Today, Amazon confirmed to Fast Company...
Bing Now Default Search Engine on Amazon's Kindle Fire: Is Apple Next?

Google experiments with adding a search box to Chrome's new tab page, keeping queries in the omnibox

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Google on Wednesday announced some big changes to how search will work in Chrome. The company has started experimenting with adding a search box to the browser’s new tab page as well as keeping queries in the omnibox after a search is performed. These tweaks are available to a small...
Google experiments with adding a search box to Chrome's new tab page, keeping queries in the omnibox

Yandex Q1 Earnings: Revenues Up 51% To $200.3M, Net Income Up 53% To $43M

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Yandex, Russia’s biggest search company, has posted Q1 earnings, with revenues up 51% to $200.3 million, and net income up 53% to $43 million. The results easily beat analyst expectations: on average analysts expected revenues of $194.64 million, with earnings per share of $0.15 (low $0.13; high $0.16), but other...
Yandex Q1 Earnings: Revenues Up 51% To $200.3M, Net Income Up 53% To $43M

Review: Bing Apps are fast, slick, and responsive

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We sure hope you like Bing. Even if you're generally a Google search guy or gal, there's a good chance you'll end up using a lot of Bing services in Windows 8. The tablet-y portion of the operating system comes with seven Bing applications covering a range of services—general search,...
Review: Bing Apps are fast, slick, and responsive

DLD 2013: Google's dominance of search will loosen, says expert

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Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures says smaller search companies, such as DuckDuckGo, will become more commonWhat of the future of search? Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures went out on a limb at the DLD13 conference on Tuesday to predict that Google will not be able to retain such...
DLD 2013: Google's dominance of search will loosen, says expert

Mozilla Posted $163M in Revenue in 2011 as It Shifted Focus to Mobile

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Mozilla today disclosed its 2011 financials and laid out a strategic vision around mobilization and openness. The foundation and its subsidiaries had $163 million in revenue in 2011, up 33 percent from $123 million in 2010. But Mozilla’s expenses also grew considerably, causing a decline in net cash flow to...
Mozilla Posted $163M in Revenue in 2011 as It Shifted Focus to Mobile

The Google Homepage Is Now Built into Chrome - Screenshots

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Google is making it official, search engines are coming to the new tab page. The only surprise is that it's not just Google, the team devised a new API which should enable any search engine to integrate with the Chrome new tab page to any degree it wants."We’re going to...
The Google Homepage Is Now Built into Chrome - Screenshots
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?