To compete with Google and Facebook, Microsoft and AOL are training one another on their respective strengths: content and programmatic.
According to recent research from IgnitionOne, paid search is up year-over-year, particularly in mobile. Meanwhile, Facebook's display growth continues to threaten Google.
The company is going to serve relevant ads and recommend content through Suggested Tiles. How will the introduction of ads aligned with Mozilla’s mission of promoting innovation and openness on the Internet?
In order to recapture some of the users it lost to Yahoo after its deal with Mozilla, Google has released instructions on how to switch back to setting its search engine as the default.
While Yahoo's share of the U.S. search market was its highest in years, the opposite was true for Google. The change can be attributed to the Yahoo becoming Mozilla's default search engine.
Bing and Yahoo searchers were greeted with error messages over the weekend following routine work.
The company will give Firefox users the flexibility to choose their own search engines and sites.
Yahoo has inked a deal to replace Google as the U.S. default search option in Mozilla’s Firefox browser.
Mozilla's Firefox used its 10th anniversary as an opportunity to release new features that its audience asked for.
Thirty-one percent of Google's traffic acquisition costs will go toward remaining the default search engine on iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad in 2014. Mozilla will also see the amount it receives from Google grow.