A new study has concluded that Google harms consumers by filtering search results so that listings for its own services are promoted to the tops of pages. It adds more fuel to the EU's recent accusation of Google engaging in anticompetitive practices.
Google has admitted it has messed up in Europe, leading to the strong anti-trust allegations it is faced with now. The company's European chief made the comments in an interview yesterday, saying "As far as Europe is concerned: We get it."
A market research firm has found Microsoft's Bing search engine powered more than 20 percent of U.S. searches for the first time in history last month, taking a large chunk out of Google's share. The story is rather different outside of the U.S. though.
A report has found that Google has been inadvertently indexing network-connected hard drives in peoples' homes. These drives are often used by families for backing up devices and the researchers found that stored files could be found on Google.
One engine failed on the TransAsia plane that crashed in Taiwan this week with the loss of at least 35 lives, and the pilots may have inexplicably shut down the other, investigators and experts said Friday.
A popular WordPress plugin, All in One SEO Pack, downloaded around 19 million times has received emergency patches to dangerous vulnerabilities that could have allowed hackers to inject malicious code into pages and lower the search ratings for the site.
McVitie’s has unveiled a new art installation that consists of an elevator with walls adorned with Jaffa Cake-flavoured stickers that people can lick on their way up and down a London office block.
At least 270,000 vehicles with potentially defective engines will be recalled. Around 180,000 of the total vehicles with defective engines were sold overseas and the remaining in Japan. The models affected were the Crown and Lexus.
Yahoo is preparing to launch its new look Home Page design the Wall Street Journal says, almost two months earlier than expected. It's expected to slowly become available across the globe starting tomorrow.
Curators at the Science Museum in London, England, have picked ten of the most significant breakthroughs in history from the museum's collection and are asking you to vote for the most iconic of these inventions.
A private car company claims it can produce cars that will give 100 miles per gallon by the year 2011. This is following another announcement from a diesel engine company which says it can produce the same.