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Google tackles spam as search wars rumble

Gmail service adopts antispam technology from a rival domain. Also: Google's new desktop search tool and a rumored move into IM.

Gmail service adopts antispam technology from a rival domain. Meanwhile, it's got a new desktop search tool and could be ready to move into instant messaging.

Gmail jibes with Yahoo to fight spam

Google's free e-mail service is using an antispam technology backed heavily by its archrival.
October 18, 2004

Google envy foments search wars

Propelled by Google envy, new players and Internet industry giants are rushing into the online search market.
The New York Times
October 18, 2004 previous coverage

Will Google say hello to IM?

Company downplays rumors, but new clues keep speculators buzzing about secrets of "Fluffy Bunny."
October 15, 2004

Do you have what it takes to join Google?

Sure, you have ideas for improving search, but can you express them as a haiku? Latest hiring scheme asks for that and more.
October 15, 2004

Google unveils desktop search

Application lets people retrieve e-mail, office documents, AOL chat logs and a history of Web pages viewed, all via the browser.
October 14, 2004

Google's new search terms

news.commentary The new Desktop Search tool sets the bar high and moves Google squarely into Microsoft territory, Forrester analysts say.
October 14, 2004