By hiring Katie Couric, Marissa Mayer makes a sharp turn toward her mission of entertaining us. It's only the latest move in Mayer's plan to bring Yahoo into the bright lights.
Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
The Web giant's latest round of product cuts includes a failed real-time collaboration tool, a browser plug-in, and a stab at reducing renewable-energy costs.
Google's main products were driven by data, not art. Can the new Yahoo boss adapt that mindset from Google?
And some you have. On the chopping block: iGoogle, Google Video, Chatback, Google Mini, and the Symbian Search App.
Search giant builds a 500-million-item database of people, places, and things. Its content will be appearing in your search results starting today.
Meet a new network that's less about socializing with people and more about sharing what you know--and maybe making some money along the way.
Celebrities attract a crowd, so it's no shocker that Google apparently wants to attract celebrities to Google+. The sticky wicket: identity.
Is that really Lady Gaga on Google's social network? Can a political dissident speak freely and anonymously? Google+ favors real-world names, but it's not a simple issue.
The Google co-founder is back on the job as chief executive today. So here's what he should be thinking about.