Bing launched a report, called ‘Crossing Borders’ looking at the State of the European advertsing and search market.
Google and the EU are about to reach an antitrust settlement. What will this mean for search in Europe, and how will European businesses be affected?
Google once again has to answer to the EU. Yesterday Commissioner Joaquin Almunia wrote a letter to Eric Schmidt containing four major ‘concerns’ that the EU has when it comes to their investigation of several antitrust complaints which were issued last year.
This morning the nominees for the European Searchawards have been announced. The nominees are divided in 13 different categories, two more categories have no nominees, but these winners will be announced on the awards night which will be held in Amsterdam on July 5th. State of Search has been nominated in the category “best blog”
Last week Bing announced another major update to their search engine. They announced the New Bing, with integration of more social aspects and more relevant core information. Within the announcement they stated that “In 2009, we launched Bing with a simple proposition: people should expect more from a search engine.”
I’ve always been optimistic about the intentions of search companies and the possibilities for more competition in the European search […]
The year is almost over and the new year is approaching rapidly. That new year, 2012, might not start off […]
Microsoft has filed an official complaint against Google with the European watchdogs. Microsoft accuses Google of not allowing competitors, like […]