A Google Labs project called "In Quotes" lets you take quotations from the party leaders and election candidates of four different countries and see what they have to say about a given search term.
Google News now provides quotations for politicians and celebrities and lets you search on just the quotes.
CNET News.com will be live-blogging Yahoo's earnings Tuesday.
The upstart wireless provider now offers unlimited calling and data for just $19 per month--no strings attached. Best smartphone deal ever?
Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, and LG are happy to get patent protections from the Motorola deal--but not necessarily about competition from Google.
In the final phase of its first operational flight, the commercial cargo ship returns safely to Earth, carrying nearly a ton of supplies and experiment samples.
Display ads will get more prominence on Google through an experiment that places graphical advertisements next to image search results.
The big venture capital firms get lots of quotes, but it's the newer, more aggressive investors who make their firms highly visible.
Microsoft seems to be losing its way as it focuses product announcements on intellectual property.