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Search market heating up

Digital Envoy files suit against Google. Meanwhile, Google unveils new personalization features and Microsoft reveals plans for Web logs and social networking.

Digital Envoy files suit against Google, alleging that the search giant has ignored its licensing agreement with the Georgia company. Meanwhile, Google unveils new personalization features and Microsoft announces plans for Web logs and social networking.

Google hit with 'geo-location' lawsuit

update A Georgia company is suing Google over technology that the search giant uses to target advertising at Web surfers based on their location.
March 30, 2004

Google gets the glory in search referrals

In a snapshot of search engine use on the Internet, market researcher WebSideStory says Google this month recorded an all-time high in search referrals in the United States.
March 30, 2004

Taking search personally

update In its latest move in the intensifying search wars, Google launches tools designed to let users tailor their searches and receive daily or weekly e-mails on the latest results.
March 29, 2004

Overture takes search ads to U.K. phones

Mobile phones in the United Kingdom will soon sport advertiser-sponsored search engine links after two major players strike a deal with Overture Services.
March 30, 2004

Microsoft's aggressive search plans revealed

News aggregation for Web logs and a social-networking service are on the table, executives say.
March 26, 2004

Stoked on search deals

The Net search business is firing on all cylinders, with Yahoo's $575 million buy of European e-commerce provider Kelkoo and InfoSpace's $160 million bid for Switchboard driving the already hot sector to new heights.
March 26, 2004