Even though organizations are replacing more and more of their proprietary infrastructure with commodity gear, not every workload is better served by x86-based servers. According to the Maryland-based Ryft Systems Inc., data search is one such use case. The vendor...    The newest en...
This week will bring a raft of software and hardware news from Google, ranging from more details on the new Android N mobile software and the first Tango 3-D motion sensing smartphone to more speculative possibilities such as a new virtual-reality headset and a rival for Amazon’s Echo voice assist...
The UK Intellectual Property Office is investigating how search engines and social media networks can step up their game to deter piracy. The Government is pushing for voluntary anti-piracy agreements between major Internet companies and entertainment industry groups, but will consider a legislative...
Tesla just made a very smart move: it hired Peter Hochholdinger to oversee production of its vehicles. Hochholdinger came from Audi, where he spent his entire career doing nothing but building Audis. At Business Insider, we've tested many vehicles that he bolted together, and no other luxury car...
Artificial intelligence can control self-driving cars, beat the best humans at incredibly complex board games, and fight cancer; but one thing it can't do perfectly is communicate. To help solve the problem, Google has been feeding it's AI with more than 11,000 unpublished books, including 3,000 st...
Flash's death has been slow and painful, and now Google is planning to deal it another blow. Google has detailed plans to start blocking most Flash content with Chrome, with the change targeted toward the end of this year.   Under its current vision, nearly every website would have Flash cont...
Spotted on mobile, the carousel features individual cards that link to separate landing pages.   Just when things were starting to feel a little stale in mobile search after the big desktop shakeup with the removal of right rail ads, Google is testing a new look for sitelinks on mobile. &nbs...
Google has made a significant change to its search results pages by extending the length of titles and descriptions. This was first spotted by Ross Hudgens on Twitter, and later reported on by Jennifer Slegg at The SEM Post.    Google has made a significant change to its search results p...
Brand new research out today reveals that, since Google AdWords removed its right-hand side ads and brought in an occasional fourth paid ad position for ‘highly commercial’ search terms, this fourth ad appears for nearly one-quarter of all search topics.   It’s been an interesting time ...
It has been two years since the Court of Justice of the European Union established the “Right to be forgotten” (RTBF). Reputation VIP subsequently launched Forget.me as one way for consumers in Europe to submit RTBF requests to Bing and Google. The company has periodically used consumer submiss...

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