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The search world is filled with Davids flinging stones at Google's Goliath. DuckDuckGo and Blekko, two engines fighting the search giant, may stand the best chances of hitting their mark.
An independent testing lab in Germany finds search engines aren't 100 percent effective at removing malicious sites from results -- and Microsoft's Bing is less effective than Google.
Tired of generic search results? Blekko's engine and philosophy really is different.
The cross-platform search engine for apps, which Apple bought in February, has stopped serving up results for apps from rival Google.
From Microsoft to MC Hammer, upstarts keep trying to chip away at Google's search dominance. Join us to discuss this with Paul Sloan and Harry McCracken of CNET News and Jim Lanzone, president of CBS Interactive and former CEO of Ask.com.
The upstart search engine promises less clutter. But can it really take on Google?
Read a copy of Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt's written testimony to the Senate subcommittee on antitrust, competition policy, and consumer rights.
Allegations that Microsoft copies Google search results were not well-received by a Microsoft executive sharing the stage with Google's top spam engineer.
TechCrunch says stealth search engine Blekko has raised $3 million in a second round of financing.