Google draws 64 pct of U.S. search queries: Hitwise

Google draws 64 pct of U.S. search queries: Hitwise
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc.’s market share inched up to 64 percent of all queries among U.S. Internet searchers in March, gaining further ground against Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp., a survey released on Wednesday by Hitwise found.[Lees verder]

Web gurus want blog etiquette despite backlash
NEW YORK, April 11 (Reuters Life!) – Bloggers are facing some high-profile peer pressure to please be a little more polite.[Lees verder]

Domain name .eu in world top 10 a year after launch
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A year after its launch, 2.5 million Europeans and companies have registered a .eu domain name, making it the seventh most widespread Web site address suffix in the world and the third in the European Union.[Lees verder]

Some W. House e-mails on fired attorneys may be lost
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Some White House staff wrote e-mail messages about official business on Republican Party accounts, and some may have been wrongly deleted, the administration said on Wednesday in an embarrassing disclosure tied to the probe into the firing of eight U.S. attorneys.[Lees verder]

Comcast to buy Fandango movie tickets site
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Top U.S. cable operator Comcast Corp. said on Wednesday it will buy movie tickets site Fandango as part of a new online business that will offer viewers a single pipeline for video entertainment.[Lees verder]

Google draws 64 pct of U.S. search queries: Hitwise
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc.’s market share inched up to 64 percent of all queries among U.S. Internet searchers in March, gaining further ground against Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp., a survey released on Wednesday by Hitwise found.[Lees verder]

Web gurus want blog etiquette despite backlash
NEW YORK, April 11 (Reuters Life!) – Bloggers are facing some high-profile peer pressure to please be a little more polite.[Lees verder]

Domain name .eu in world top 10 a year after launch
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A year after its launch, 2.5 million Europeans and companies have registered a .eu domain name, making it the seventh most widespread Web site address suffix in the world and the third in the European Union.[Lees verder]

Some W. House e-mails on fired attorneys may be lost
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Some White House staff wrote e-mail messages about official business on Republican Party accounts, and some may have been wrongly deleted, the administration said on Wednesday in an embarrassing disclosure tied to the probe into the firing of eight U.S. attorneys.[Lees verder]

Comcast to buy Fandango movie tickets site
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Top U.S. cable operator Comcast Corp. said on Wednesday it will buy movie tickets site Fandango as part of a new online business that will offer viewers a single pipeline for video entertainment.[Lees verder]