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Exec: MySpace may "auction off" its search business

MySpace, the social networking phenomenon that has become one of the world's most popular Web sites, may "auction off" its search business to a major search engine operator, an executive from its parent company, News Corp, said Tuesday.

EBay, PayPal cater to developers with new tools

EBay will release in coming months new application programming interfaces (APIs) for external developers to enhance eBay-based applications aimed at online buyers, the San Jose, California company announced Monday at its developer conference in Las V...

Google Earth gets more images, other additions

Google has upgraded one of its flashier products, the Google Earth mapping application, with a revamped user interface and a larger index of images, the Mountain View, California, company said Monday.

MSN Spaces to rival MySpace, lure developers

Microsoft plans to give its MSN Spaces blog publishing and hosting service new social networking features, as well as support for the company's lightweight applications called Gadgets.

Amazon suffers setback in Toys R Us litigation

A court has dealt a blow to Amazon.com's efforts to keep in force a contract with Toys R Us, according to papers filed by Amazon.com with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Friday.

Google CEO reiterates concerns over IE7

The next release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues to concern Google, which nonetheless has no plans to develop a competing browser, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Wednesday.

Windows Live Local gets upgraded

Microsoft plans to unveil the latest test version of its Windows Live Local online mapping and local search service, which now tells users how traffic is flowing along specific routes and integrates with the company's Outlook application, Microsoft o...

MySpace threatens Google, faces challenges

The social networking site MySpace didn't exist three years ago, yet today it is one of the world's most popular, embraced mostly by teenagers and young adults who find it irresistible.

Trillian dumped from Google Pack

Google has dropped Trillian from its Google Pack software suite with nary an explanation, prompting a terse reaction from Cerulean Studios, maker of the popular instant messaging application.

Search driving 80 percent of Google traffic

Google's development of new search and online services over the past several years has garnered much attention, but most of the company's traffic is generated by its oldest and flagship site Google.com, according to market researcher Hitwise.

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