We are familiar with the web. But did you know that there is a vast cache of information that search engines like Google don’t have direct access to? This is the invisible web.
Google is making it easier for you to find your next job. With a little help from job sites.
Chrome would be a boring mess without extensions. Simply put, the Chrome experience with and without the following extensions is like night and day. Prepare to have the scales peeled from your eyes.
Most of us lack the knowledge and understanding required to qualify as being cultured. Google is trying to change all that, with new efforts designed to turn us all into budding art experts.
Google Search still can’t do everything. These 13 alternative search engines can take care of a few niche jobs for you.
Google has unrivaled access to your browsing habits. Giving everything to Google isn’t such a good idea. Here are some excellent Google alternatives that still get the job done.
Is Google a reliable source for researching health issues? Can you trust it? If not, which are some of the most trustworthy alternatives for health related information?
Unless you live in the middle of nowhere, there are likely to be concerts, gigs, exhibitions, and events happening this weekend close to where you live. You just need to know where to look…
Google is making some serious changes to Search. The main aim is to bury the bad results from bogus sources, promoting accurate results from authoritative sources. Which sounds fantastic, if it’s possible.
With this free Chrome extension, you can now see which Google search results you’ve already visited and when you last visited them.
You know Google hides lots of tricks, but did you know it contains a load of playable games, too? Here are the best ones you can start playing in seconds.
Instead of wasting time and opening up Google Drive to search for files, you can search much quicker using this power user trick that’s available on most modern Android devices.
Are you a die-hard Google user? Give these alternative search engines a try. From privacy to helping out charitable causes, these search engines could give you some reasons to change the way you browse.
Google has always been good at surfacing the best recipes, but now it will help you narrow down the options before you burrow too deep down a particular rabbithole.
Google can answer anybody’s questions in an instant, but some people still ask others to search the web for them. Next time that happens, here’s the site you should use.
Google is rolling out an update to the Google app for Android. This update means you can now search Google even when you’re offline. Kinda.
It’s no secret that Google presents personalized ads to you based on your browsing history. If that creeps you out, then here’s how to disable it once and for all.
Google has quietly killed Google Showtimes, a standalone website telling you where and when you could see a movie in your local area. Fans of Showtimes are revolting against the decision.
Google’s search engine is full of wacky and useful tricks that can come in handy — and this new one is particularly nifty for artists of all kinds.
Google Now isn’t the only search engine for Android!
Google is rolling out a new feature that lets you search the content within your installed apps, including Gmail, Spotify, and YouTube.
From search engines that donate revenue to search tools that allow you to find what you need faster, Safari has several great and useful extensions.
iPhone and iPad
There are essential Google apps for your iPhone, and there are lesser known Google apps which bring surprising benefits.
Google Search is king. But DuckDuckGo has earned a loyal fan following. It has a few unusual features that even Google doesn’t have.