Microsoft edged into 13th place in the web rankings this week, which means it has inched ahead of the likes of Digg and Twitter in the web traffic stakes.
ExclusiveMicrosoft has thrown the gauntlet down to Google on the announcement of their forthcoming Bing search engine, with UK search lead Paul Stoddart telling TechRadar that its rival has 'backed itself into a beautiful corner'.
Microsoft's new search engine, 'Bing' is causing consternation amongst marketing specialists, with a number of critics pointing out the flaws in the Redmond software giant's choice of word.
The end of the All Things Digital conference in Los Angeles is to happen later today, with announcements from both Palm and Microsoft topping off what has already been an interesting insight into what the tech world has been up to in the last year.
Microsoft's marketers have apparently beaten their branding heads together and come up with a new name for Microsoft's search engine re-boot.
UpdatedMicrosoft is running an internal test of an update to its Live Search, but is not ready to confirm that its search engine will be rebranded as Kumo.
Microsoft has launched its next generation of 'Windows Live' software – and is focusing much more on bringing its range of services together.
Google's market share in the US search market moved up by a percentage point in the past month's records according to ComScore - edging ever closer to the two-thirds mark.