13.10.2010 - Mary-Jo Foley
Facebook and Microsoft partner on new social-search features
Microsoft and Bing are partnering to “make Bing search more social.” In Web 2.0 speak, the idea is search graph + web graph = better answers.
07.09.2010 - CNN
Google animated logo (un)connects the dots
Users of Google's search page were greeted Tuesday with a screen of colorful, interactive dots, even though the company didn't immediately explain why.
17.08.2010 - Tom Krazit / CNET
Chrome Web Store coming in October?
Google's Chrome Web Store could be ready to launch by October of this year, suggesting that Chrome OS devices are likely on a similar schedule.
16.08.2010 - Josh Lowensohn / CNET
Vimeo gets Flash-HTML5 hybrid player
Video host Vimeo put out a new version of its player on Tuesday that can detect the hardware of the end user and spit out either an Adobe Flash or HTML5 video player, as well as a proper video stream based on connection.
31.05.2010 - Stephen Shankland
Firefox for Windows starts 64-bit transition
Mainstream microprocessors have been 64-bit for years. Operating systems have followed suit. Now it's time for a program used by hundreds of millions of people to make the leap: Firefox.
28.05.2010 - Josh Lowensohn
Box gets HTML5-powered drag-and-drop uploads
Storage and online collaboration service Box.net on Friday is introducing a new version of its site that lets users with HTML5-enabled Web browsers drag and drop files into their browser to upload them to the company's servers.
26.04.2010 - Zdnet
Microsoft 'kills' Google Apps with Facebook office application
Microsoft has lifted the curtain on a new online project which allows Facebook users to access a spin-off from Office Web Apps called Microsoft Docs. Those who use SkyDrive will already be aware of the integrated Windows Live support that Office Web Apps allows, but today announces the Facebook-friendly version.