An offer by Google to modify how it displays Internet search results could settle a long-running antitrust dispute with the European Union, the EU competition chief said on Tuesday.
The world's most popular search engine has b
Online hotel bookings are gaining popularity in the Middle East, with the GCC region recording about $160 million, or 10 per cent of all hotel bookings during 2012, in Internet booking, a report said.
In Abu Dhabi, the newly-launc
Google's quarterly results fell short of Wall Street's heightened expectations for the holiday season as declining search advertising rates contributed to a rare miss, triggering a 9 percent slide in its shares.
The No. 1 Inter
DTZ Qatar, a global real estate services firm, recently launched a new online property portal showcasing their portfolio of commercial and residential properties and land.
The project was undertaken by Bahrain based digital marketing agenc
Baidu , China's largest search engine, said on Tuesday it has signed an agreement with major music studios for the licensed distribution of music through its mp3 search service.
Baidu said in a statement it had signed the agreement with On
Yahoo! Middle East has launched a new homepage that brings together the best of the Web with the best of Yahoo! Maktoob in a single destination across all devices in Arabic and English.
With the new homepage, Yahoo! Maktoob’s 32 million us
Google eased fears that big spending would erode margins as its results blew past Wall Street's targets, and the Web search leader revealed for the first time the strength of its fledgling mobile and online display ad businesses.
Google has introduced its new search engine technology that can display results before users finish typing, shaving two seconds to five seconds off every Internet search.
The new technology, dubbed Google Instant, could entice users to sea
Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which is responsible for developing the emirate's tourism industry, has signed up a US-based Web expert to guide the emirate’s tourism industry on ways to maximise its Internet marketing.
About 97.5 per cent of Internet users in Saudi Arabia and the UAE use Google for their on-line search leaving the regional search engines with minuscule shares, according to a recent survey conducted by Arab Advisors Group.
The Arab Adviso