We've said it before, and we'll say it again: We trade our privacy for convenience — and some are more comfortable with that than others. The day after Google's I/O developers conference where it unveiled many a new or enhanced Read More →
Good deal, right? Microsoft will continue to guarantee Yahoo U.S. search revenue for another year, the Sunnyvale company said in a filing Tuesday. But the news was followed by reports that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is trying to Read More →
We're watching the stock of tech companies in the news today:
• Apple shares are rebounding this morning after falling more than 3 percent Tuesday. As the Merc's Pat May reported, the steady drop in Apple stock Read More →
Mystery solved. Facebook's revelation today was Graph Search, a feature CEO Mark Zuckerberg says provides "answers, not links" to searches by the social network's users.
Possible uses include finding dates (just a guess, this has probably already been done on Read More →
Google has avoided a potentially long and painful antitrust lawsuit, settling with the Federal Trade Commission in a deal announced today. The big win among the wrongdoings the company was accused of: The FTC said it found no evidence that Read More →
"We're still 1 percent to where we should be."
— Larry Page, Google CEO, talks innovation, antitrust, Apple and more to Fortune, saying he "feel[s] a deep sense of responsibility to try to move things along. Not Read More →