Should Google’s personalised searching feature be considered an obstacle to the neutrality of Knowledge Management?
With a severe downturn in its third-quarter earnings, could Google be on the way out?
Google celebrated its thirteenth birthday on Tuesday 27 September 2011. Danny Goodwin reminds us that the “terrible teens” can affect companies and organisations as well as people.
The search engine has been selected as one of the top fifty websites of 2011 by Time Magazine.
Has conventional searching reached a plateau of development? If so, what could be next?
To keep searches secure and confidential try a new search engine called “DuckDuckGo”.
Under Larry Page’s management, Google seem to be redefining its business and slimming down the facilities offered by the company.
So, what was it like to work for Google in the early days?
Several useful search features have been withdrawn from the Google site without explanation. Why?
A study has revealed that the way in which people remember information may be changing as a result of use of Internet technologies.