Stories by Juan Carlos Perez

Google intros Q&A service

Google on Thursday began delivering factual answers for some queries at the top of its results page, to save users from having to navigate over to other sites and look for the information.

Yahoo to support Wikipedia

Yahoo's search engine division will supply hardware and other resources to the Wikimedia Foundation to support that nonprofit organization's free Wikipedia online encyclopedia.

Brokerage launches automated IM service agent

Online brokerage Harrisdirect has launched an automated service agent that interacts with its Web site visitors through an instant messaging-like interface, fielding their typed questions and providing text answers in real time.

Google to increase Gmail's inbox to 2G bytes

Google on Friday plans to increase the in-box storage of its Gmail Web mail service from 1G byte to 2G bytes, and it will continue to raise that ceiling in coming weeks and months, on a rolling basis, to unspecified heights, according to a Google exe...

Bloglines adds package tracking to its service

The Bloglines online content-aggregation service plans to let its users track from within its service package-shipping information from FedEx, United Parcel Service of America (UPS) and the U.S. Postal Service, according to a company executive.

Yahoo desktop search reaches beyond the PC

Yahoo launched on Wednesday the first upgrade to its desktop search tool, adding the ability to index data from Yahoo's instant messenger archives stored on users' PCs and from users' address books residing on Yahoo's servers.

Google improves AdSense with Ad Links

Google has introduced a feature into its AdSense advertising program that increases the number of text ads tied to a Web page. The feature, called Ad Links, also improves the relevance between the ads and the Web page's content.

New Yahoo service to feature blogging tool

Yahoo is developing a free service designed to let users stay in touch with acquaintances such as friends, family and co-workers via new and existing Yahoo services. The service will include the Sunnyvale, California company's first blogging tool, ac...

Google reaches out to open source community

Google has launched a site designed to deepen the company's interactions with external software developers by providing Google source code for free, along with discussion forums.

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