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Just in time for your Oscars pool, Microsoft has put its social sniffer to work, using online chatter, media predictions, and prior award winners to make its picks.
Developer builds of Firefox can now run limited kinds of Flash content, even if you don't have the Flash plug-in installed.
Now when you search for health information on Google you won't be at the mercy of Yahoo Questions or sites like Livestrong. Instead, Google has compiled Knowledge Graph data that has been fact-checked and reviewed by doctors.
Conflicting explanations of a court ruling may lead to further legal struggles
The infamous torrent site returns after being offline for two months.
Google may also be acquiring CoverHound, an insurance comparison shopping site, according to a Forrester analyst
You open a webpage and start reading. But after a few seconds, you hear someone talking. A video has started automatically without your permission. Here's how to keep this annoyance from happening.
Keep tabs on Santa's Christmas Eve trek around the globe with these websites, apps, and more.
Google's instant answer results for song lyrics are partial and push you towards the Google Play Store.
Need some paper towels, an Apple USB cable, and a Frozen DVD in the next hour? If you're in Manhattan, Amazon can do that for you.
Using the same predictive technology that it harnessed to call the outcome of the World Cup, Microsoft's Bing thinks it knows the album of the year, the Golden Globe winners, and even the fashion trends of 2015.
Google's top trending searches for 2014 are out and the top searches for gamers might surprise you.
You can't make an offer on many product categories yet, but if you're looking for collectible items Amazon now gives you the chance to knock a few bucks off the price.
It may seem like an odd choice for Amazon to start making its own diapers, but it makes more sense than you might think.
Amazon wants to make deciding what to order for dinner as easy as comparing laptops.
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