Microsoft's Bing has finally unseated Yahoo from StatCounter's number-two search engine ranking worldwide...with a whopping 4.37 percent.
From explaining Mark Zuckerberg's mysterious trips to China to the sudden death of UberTwitter, the best Quora topics highlight social media insiders spilling the secrets outsiders were never meant to know.
As it turns out, advertisers won't pay much for space next to endless videos of cats. In a new campaign, YouTube is rumored to be seeking out celebrities for a new channel it hopes will pull down some serious ad dollars.
Google asks users to help combat content farms, which are beginning to saturate search results, with a new Chrome extension
Google has done its homework. According to a new study, the search engine is returning half the number of malicious software links that it did six months ago, while its rivals have seen the opposite trend.
Yahoo is looking more and more like a dinosaur stuck in a prehistoric mud pit, and every labored step is digging it deeper. Here’s how to winch out the once-proud Web titan.
Yahoo is launching its own Flipboard-style visual news app on tablets called Livestand. The publication will deliver customized content and social features based on ever-changing user preferences.
Flickr initially said that it had permanently deleted Mirco Wilhelm's five-year old account, but a day later said that it has fully restored the photo collection.
AOL plans to combat falling ad revenue with a comprehensive system for generating thousands of search-engine-optimized articles every week, but some see it as the blueprint for a content farm.
Microsoft and Yahoo have engaged in a blame game over the mysterious data usage affecting some Windows Phone 7 users.
Yahoo Mail has been blamed for hogging about 25 times more data than necessary in certain instances.