Lenovo confirms job cuts are coming
Axes a further two percent of its staff.
Take your pick of X370 or B350.
€40 for a full 110-switch set.
With an eye-catching design, a bundled RGB control hub, and a tempered glass panel, is the £110 P7-C1 Pro a solid purchase?
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
Unlikely to actually happen, though.
Resolution calls for unbundling of search.
180 micro-satellites to begin with.
Yahoo parts company with its CEO Carol Bartz via a phone call.
Google Instant Page pre-loads top pages in your search results when it thinks you'll click on them.
We've had a clear out here at CPC HQ and are offering you the chance to fill any gaps in your collection
Google has been found guilty of libel by the French courts over its auto-suggest feature.
Google has officially launched Google Instant, which displays search results as you type.
Google's image search has just been overhauled to show more pics!
Microsoft has launched a new search engine to rival Yahoo! and Google, dubbed Bing. Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
Plans for a Java-based Yahoo! Mobile application to bring features already available for the iPhone to other devices have been shelved by the company.
Survey reveals that 54% of Britons admit to checking up on their ex partners, while 97% of us search for ourselves on search engines
In further proof that the tech sector is really feeling the credit crunch, Google has announced the closure of three engineering offices and is trimming its service offerings.
Google has extended its Book Search service with the additional of content from a variety of magazines - including Men's Health, Popular Science, and New York Magazine.
Microsoft has released the results of a study into medical related web searches, and discovers a large proportion of people suffering from 'cyberchondria'.
Google has launched a beta of an audio indexing technology aimed at producing searchable keyword databases from YouTube videos.
A team at MIT has developed a system capable of searching through a database of 12.9 million images in seconds on a normal desktop PC.
Microsoft has announced that it will pay users to purchase products through Live Search cashback. It comes across as a pretty desperate measure.
Idée Incorporated have launched a closed beta of an image-based search engine which allows you to upload pictures from your computer and search for similar images on the web.
Microsoft is still trying its best to beat Google at its own game, with the launch of a new aggregation add-on to its Live Search service. Has the company cracked it - or just cracked?
Ask.com now offers an Eraser option that nukes the logs of your search. Great, but you have to use Ask..
A new set of privacy standards could be agreed upon in the near future if Google has it's way - the God of Search is now pushing for a public debate on the issue.
In order to alleviate antitrust concerns, Microsoft will be making some changes to the desktop search function in Windows Vista.
The founder of Wikipedia has revealed some details on his community-developed Internet search service, which is set to hit the net late in 2007.
Ask.com has announced plans to give its users the ability to surf with a degree of anonymity later this year.
By pulling together data from Google, Yahoo, MSN and Ask, WebFetch aims to create the ultimate search engine. With video and audio search too, could it be on the nail?
What do you do when you only have 6% of the market, and want 60%? Pay companies to use it - like Microsoft is doing with Live Search.
The Google zeitgeist of 2006 lists the top 10 most searched for items. The results are quite surprising.
Google has announced that it has agreed to acquire YouTube for $1.65 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction.
AOL apologises for releasing peoples search query data but is it too little too late after detailed reports are published of the sinister things people search for?
A group of security experts have discovered that Google can search inside EXE files, allowing them to search for malicious code.
Reports from the web suggest that Microsoft has been in discussions with Yahoo! about a possible acquisition.
The search giant has bought in a new bit of code from a student in Oz. It could be the start of a new world domination plan for the advertising firm.
The MPAA has filed another seven lawsuits against several hubs responsible for distributing copyrighted material.
Is Microsoft running scared yet? A new PC from the searchsters could come in at under $200 using a Google OS.