Google Caffeine – Future of Google Web Search

For the last several months, a large team of Googlers have been working on a secret project: a next-generation architecture for Google’s web search. It’s the first step in a process that will push the envelope on size, indexing speed, accuracy, comprehensiveness and other dimensions. The new infrastructure sits “under the hood” of Google’s search […]

Bing leaps past Yahoo, takes the Number 2 slot!

Yahoo will be disappointed and Google alarmed! But for all you Bing lovers and Microsoft, here’s a piece of good news.

According to StatCounter Global Stats (an Internet research firm that tracks page loads) Bing has surpassed Yahoo search in its very first week! This brings Bing in the market with a bang at number 2 slot on the list of top search engines worldwide.

Google Squared: Your Search Tool for Organized, Meaningful Search Results

Not all searches are as easy as finding “Travel destinations in India”. Online data search tends to get very complex and tedious at times, the result of which is you end up spending hours on the internet with no fruitful results.

A first step towards solving this challenge, Google Labs came up with a new experimental search tool called Google Squared.

Microsoft’s new search engine ‘Bing’ coming soon with a Bang!

In the past several months, Microsoft has been trying to revamp its search engine to counter the dominance of Google. Microsoft’s underground “secret-testing” of the new search engine, code-named “Kumo” will be introduced in the market re-named as BING! The service will be available at Microsoft is calling its new product a “decision engine,” […]

Could Facebook really be a threat to Google Search?

Google, the king of the search jungle, is beginning to see social network sites such as Facebook as a competition to its search engine. For online advice, personal reviews, ratings, etc., social networking sites end up having an upper hand, whereas Google search in such matters is not considered to be as intimate or trustworthy. […]

What Made Google Drop ‘O’ From Its Logo! [Answer]

Form last few days a post by Brian Brown on SEOMoz about Dropping ‘O’ from Google logo on search result page is creating buzz. After investigating entire issue in detail, here I am posting my reasoning. First and most important, if you have missed it, appending &num=100&start=990 to any search URL forces Google to drop […]