Surfing the Web has meant using much the same technology for years. Now startups are working on new ways to navigate the Net.
Say good-bye to 500 cable channels -- the Internet has thousands of video producers. But is there anything on?
Researchers are trying to make computers see as we do.
New features on the famous website's front page emphasize user-contributed content and sophisticated interactivity.
In an overture to the press and analysts, the company put its executives on stage and unveiled new search-related products.
Microsoft researchers have developed software that could create more sweeping -- and useful -- perspectives for city maps.
Microsoft and The New York Times have unveiled software that preserves the print edition’s design online.
A French search company believes the key to better Web-based search comes from the corporate world.
Google's voice interface patent gives life to rumors that voice-actived mobile search will soon be a reality.
Managing appointments is a snap with new online tools such as Google Calendar. What does it mean for Microsoft?