If you need to find something on the Internet, you go to Google. But have you tried the other options? Let’s find out how other search engines fare in answering your questions.
Firefox is a heavily customizable browser. One of the many settings you can change are the search engines installed within the browser. Learn how you can add, create and manage the search engines in Firefox.
With plenty of privacy-focused search engines out there, you might want to know which one is the best. Here is our list of the best search engines for privacy.
If your job requires heavy research, you can make use of these education search engines for your academic research. Check them out.
Sometime, you might just want to stop using Google as the default search engine and switch to an alternative. Here is how you do so in Android.
Mozilla don’t call their address bar the “Awesome Bar” for nothing. Master the keyword searches in Firefox and turn the Awesome Bar into a productive tool.
There’s more than one search engine to help you find the information you need. Which one is better? Is it Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo?
You’ve been using search engines for a long time now. You probably used one to find this article. But do you know how they work? This post will give you a basic understanding of how search engines work to find all the information you wouldn’t be able to find on your own.
When you use Google to search for stuffs, how do you want it to be served – slow, normal or fast? I prefer it to be fast, that why when I was introduced to Heapr, I like it instantly. Just like any other meta search engines out there, Heapr uses Google as its backend engine […]
A few weeks ago I was re-listening to an audiobook by Seth Godin called “Purple Cow”. One part talked a little bit about a person who randomly sent the people at Google an email if the word count got too high on the main search page. These emails help them keep the search page exactly […]
There are a number of alternative search engines on the web which are not as well known as Google, Yahoo or the heavily marketed BING. Many of these search sites serve a niche market so they never gain mainstream popularity. A few of the newer search sites are incorporating results form social media sites, and […]