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The world's largest software maker has to convince developers to write apps for the new version of its widely used operating system. But it also needs to win over customers, from consumers to businesses. That's no simple task.
CEO Ian Rogers brings the direct-to-consumer marketing and ticketing company he ran for more than four years into the fold of the recently launched subscription-music service he now leads.
Groceries, wine, handpicked clothes and dinner -- all delivered to your doorstep. Here are the top services making life more convenient than we probably deserve.
Changes in Google's search machinery could ding websites that aren't properly designed for smartphones.
The Internet media and search company still hasn't gotten its advertising business on track. All the while, CEO Marissa Mayer looks to be getting more serious about Yahoo's future in search. Will it help?
The company is still making billions, but some analysts fear Google's cash cow -- desktop search -- is becoming outdated. Can the company kick its mobile search business into high-gear? Google says it already has.
Yahoo says that it will be able to "enhance the search experience" across desktop and mobile, and the companies will share in ad sales duties.
The company wants to make it easier for you to find things from inside mobile apps. What if you don't have certain apps on your phone? Google will ask if you want to download them.
Facebook and Twitter will combine to own a third of the US display ad market in 2017, according to research firm eMarketer.
Google owns about 55 percent of the search ad business, but it's still way ahead of its competitors -- despite Baidu's strength in the big China market.