Google has announced a host of new features to make Googling on your cellphone or tablet more visual and interactive, in an effort to improve user experience.
Two major Chinese internet companies have announced a partnership which will entail content sharing between platforms and a mobile-centric approach to business.
Google has started uploading the latest version of its Android system to users’ smartphones.
Google Inc. has added a warning to users whose accounts it believes are the targets of state-sponsored attacks.
Chinese authorities have blocked access to search terms related to the 23rd anniversary of the 1989 crackdown against protesters at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
Google has fired a new salvo in a censorship battle with Beijing by adding a feature that warns users of search keywords that might produce blocked results.
Baidu reports a profit growth for Q1 2012, but expected revenue for the next quarter might fall below earlier estimates.
Google is reportedly planning to build data centers in Taiwan, its third facility in Asia after Singapore and Hong Kong.
An Australian court has found Google guilty of breaching trade law by hosting misleading or deceptive advertisements in a ruling that holds search engines responsible for their advertisers’ content.
Apple is rumored to be switching its default iOS search engine from Google to Baidu, furthering the idea that Apple is reducing its reliance on Google services.