Yahoo edges Google in U.S. user satisfaction survey

Yahoo edges Google in U.S. user satisfaction survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc may be struggling to convince Wall Street of its future prospects, but for the first time its users gave its services overall a better rating than what Google Inc received, according to a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Shop targets hunters with camo Bibles
DALLAS (Reuters) – An on-line outdoor retailer in the United States is selling camouflaged Bibles, a curious product which says a lot about American culture.[Lees verder]

U.N. Internet sites hit by hackers
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Hackers breached the United Nations Web site during the weekend, prompting the world body on Monday to stop posting new information while technicians evaluated the system, U.N. officials said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says its Web search on “positive trajectory”
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Monday its Web search business remains on a “positive trajectory” with plans to roll out several updates over the next 12 months.[Lees verder]

Microsoft forms new ad unit
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it formed a new business group to work with advertisers and publishers and gain a foothold in an online advertising market expected to grow to $80 billion by 2010.[Lees verder]

Yahoo edges Google in U.S. user satisfaction survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc may be struggling to convince Wall Street of its future prospects, but for the first time its users gave its services overall a better rating than what Google Inc received, according to a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Shop targets hunters with camo Bibles
DALLAS (Reuters) – An on-line outdoor retailer in the United States is selling camouflaged Bibles, a curious product which says a lot about American culture.[Lees verder]

U.N. Internet sites hit by hackers
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Hackers breached the United Nations Web site during the weekend, prompting the world body on Monday to stop posting new information while technicians evaluated the system, U.N. officials said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says its Web search on “positive trajectory”
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Monday its Web search business remains on a “positive trajectory” with plans to roll out several updates over the next 12 months.[Lees verder]

Microsoft forms new ad unit
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it formed a new business group to work with advertisers and publishers and gain a foothold in an online advertising market expected to grow to $80 billion by 2010.[Lees verder]