Another acquisition for Google: this time turning to visual search and e-commerce engine Like.com, which could help Google's product and image search sites.
Mobile advertising company AdMob and e-commerce company Like.com each snag third-round funding, despite serving sectors that face a mounting challenge in this economy.
Does Like.com "visual image search" increase the likelihood of shoppers being paired with what they will buy, or is it simply another cool-but-useless application?
Riya is launching its next product, Like.com, a visual catalog and search tool for consumer goods.
Almost completely stripped of Google branding, the new shopping search site aims to use algorithms to determine preference and enable "discovery" in niches of shopping that aren't easily boiled down to specs and numbers.
A day after announcing Google Plus has 40m users, Google has announced it's to close Buzz, its previous effort at social networking.
Listpic is a service that provides a visual interface into Craigslist
The Web giant announces plans to shutter Google Buzz, a previous social-networking attempt that went wanting for users, in the next few weeks.
Hitachi research project unveiled. It's impressive, but is it too late?
Happy 15th birthday to Internet Explorer and AT&T says Net neutrality is indeed onerous and it's all for Verizon and Google's proposal (um, duh). The Facebook "dislike" button finally launches, but it's a scam; WiFi-sniffing aerial drones are the new black, and we celebrate 50 years of broadcasting to the world the following: "looking for a good planet to plunder? Call Earth."