Google has announced its annual Zeitgeist, revealing this year's most searched celebrities, Olympians, major events and hottest trends based on internet searches conducted in the UK in 2012.
Nearly half of all internet users are unsure whether the content they are accessing online is legal, Ofcom research has found.
In what could possibly be the biggest technological announcement since the moon landing, Google will today reveal the launch of underwater Street View for Google Maps.
Google has announced a trial which will enable people using the search engine to see search queries feature results from their Gmail account.
Total retail search volumes grew 9% in the second quarter of 2012 compared with the same quarter a year earlier.
It might be assumed that not many people conduct online searches in more than one language. However, results from a global survey undertaken by leading independent digital marketing agency, Greenlight, suggest quite the opposite, that a significant 76% do.
Findings from a survey undertaken by leading independent digital marketing agency, Greenlight, indicate that Google+ might be more successful than most have initially speculated and that Facebook could potentially capture close to a quarter of the search market globally were it to launch a search engine of its own tomorrow.
Over 13 million UK searches were conducted online for consumer electronics in February with Amazon's 'Kindle' and Research In Motion's 'Blackberry' attracting more queries than those for Apple 'iPhone 4s'.
London Stock Exchange Group plc ("LSEG" or "the Group") has signed a data licence agreement with Google to allow it to distribute real-time ‘last trade price' data free of charge.
This month sees the launch of Evi, a revolutionary new artificial intelligence here to help with all of your everyday information needs.
Rising Media and Third Door Media, producers of the Search Marketing Expo conference series, have announced details of SMX London 2012.
The internet promises a wealth of opportunity for small businesses as millions of consumers can be reached for relatively little money.
Yahoo! has launched its Year in Review for 2011 – our annual taking of the nation’s temperature, showing what’s really been capturing the nation’s imagination over the last year by unravelling the data from billions of searches on Yahoo.co.uk throughout 2011.
Total retail search volumes grew at their fastest rate this year increasing by 35% in the third quarter compared with the same quarter a year earlier, according to the BRC-Google Online Retail Monitor.
Twenga, the most comprehensive search engine, can reveal what trends are dominating spring wedding planning. The results show tradition holding its place, but not without a modern twist. Brides are expressing their personalities while respecting classical cues.
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