Future of Search
The mouse's days are numbered. Researchers have developed laptops controlled by eye movement.
Tobii Technology is testing prototype laptops that use eye-tracking technology that replaces a mouse — and they think it might just be ready for mass-market consumption.
Examining Google's algorithm change and how it affects searchers and site owners.
There was one big story in search last week: Google's move to purge low-quality "content farm" material from its search results. Here's a look at the impact, the response, and what site owners should address.
A Princeton search algorithm uses language indicators to measure importance.
A search algorithm being developed by Princeton University researchers parses language to determine relevance. Academic application is one possibility, but this type of algorithm could also extend to news recommendations.
A new search app gives consumers mobile access to aggregated product reviews.
Search Reviews scans bar codes to bring up crowdsourced reviews, allowing consumers to compare products in-store and on-the-go.