Yahoo disclosures to the SEC have revealed that 31% of its revenue last quarter came from its 2009 Search Alliance deal with Microsoft - suggesting greater reliance than previously thought.
Google has publicised its latest Street View tool in a blog post, the new tool enables users to build their own 360 degree images from around the globe.
Tech heavyweights including Google, Apple and Facebook have written an open letter to the US government in protest against online surveillance techniques.
Google has announced that Webmaster Tools now has a "smartphone errors" tool which will track crawl errors on smartphones, helping webmasters to pinpoint and fix any problems in order to improve their site and its user experience.
Searches made using Google will now display results from the Android Play Store, a change which has the potential to be highly significant for individuals and businesses alike.
The November 2013 UK search engine market share stats from StatCounter Global Stats show small changes in volume for the big three, with a slight improvement for Google. The company has been focusing on voice search this month.
Apple has purchased the Twitter analytics tool Topsy, a service which could provide the company with the technology it needs to compete with Google in social media.
Cyber Monday is predicted to bring in record sales figures for major retailers, as Christmas shoppers prepare to take advantage of online discounts.
The new privacy changes Google implemented in 2012 break Dutch data protection law, according to a watchdog in the country.
Google has released software that produces automated social media responses for busy users, but reaction to the idea has been mixed.
Having evolved from mobile devices, Google's hands-free voice search is now available to PC users, following a simple Chrome browser extension. Other features of "OK Google" have also been adapted, providing searchers with an updated, user-friendly Google search experience.
The closure of the Silk Road and subsequent government interest in Bitcoin has tripled its value in less than month, could it be the currency of the future?
Courts rule in favour of Daniel Morel in his case against Getty Images and Agence-France-Presse over images taken from Twitter without permission.
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman at Google, has predicted that government censorship will no longer be a problem in a decade as a result of encryption.
A new initiative from Google is looking to provide 50 million Indian women with access to the internet for the first time, launching a brand new website.
Google Maps asked to take down image of an area in Richmond California, which depicts the body of a murdered teen from 2009.
The prime minister has welcomed Google and Microsoft attempts to prevent access to child abuse images, but warned he would bring forward new legislation if the plans were not properly implemented.
Head of search spam at Google Matt Cutts has uploaded a video explaining how to leave comments on blogs, looking closely at what is acceptable and what should be left out to avoid a spam penalty.
Snapchat has turned down a $3bn (£1.87bn) bid from Facebook, the largest bid ever made by the social media giant.
Baidu is being sued for 300 million yuan in a copyright infringement lawsuit brought by a group of online video providers. The Chinese search giant is accused of 'grabbing' video content from other sites.
Apple is rumoured to be developing a larger screened curved iPhone, shortly after the release of Samsung's Galaxy Round in South Korea.
Google's alterations to the way YouTube comments are added and seen has provoked a backlash from users, with many unhappy that they have to sign up for Google+ before they can post.
Wikimedia has announced Beta Features, a program that gives logged-in users the opportunity to test new software before it is fully released. Find out which Beta Features have been rolled out this week.
Twitter has released full details of its IPO, with 70 million shares to be offered at a price of $26 (£16.70)
The latest UK search engine market share data for October 2013 has been published by StatCounter Global Stats, showing slight declines for Google and Bing.
Google has introduced Helpouts, a service where over 1,000 experts are on hand to answer practical questions from users via video.
In an interview with the BBC, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has expressed the hope that Apple can one day work alongside rivals such as Google and Samsung in order to create better products.
After a reported delay of two weeks, Google release the long-awaited Android 4.4 operating system and its accompanying smartphone, the Nexus 5, which boast impressive new search features.
Two financial firms have filed a $124 million lawsuit against Twitter in Manhattan court, claiming the social networking giants tried to advantageously fix their share price for their upcoming IPO.