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A look back at 10 of Google's biggest search milestones since 2004

What a difference a decade makes. Google’s head of search Amit Singhal recently reflected on the search giant’s last ten years, starting with its IPO, where Larry Page and Sergey Brin shared their vision with the rest of the world. 721 more words

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Who Are You?

I had lunch recently with a friend of mine who also happens to be adopted.  We hadn’t really talked in quite a long time.  You know the story–we’ve both been busy with our families and all the adventures and complications of raising teens and hustling them off to college and watching them blossom into young adults. 1,198 more words


How to Become a Google Power User

This is a great infographic from E-Learning Infographics on how to effectively search google. “Search engines are the backbone of everyday internet use, but are you aware of the hidden tips and tricks available to improve your search?” 7 more words


Google begins displaying “Listen Now” ads for streaming music services in search results

Google appears to be experimenting with new “Listen Now” ads in search results for streaming music services including its own Google Play Music and competitors like Apple’s Beats Music. 181 more words


Google starts giving search preference to HTTPS encrypted websites

Google says it has been testing changes to its search algorithms that will give secure, encrypted websites — as shown by HTTPS in their URL — ranking preference over those that do not. 260 more words

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Hong Kong court finds Google liable for defamation via auto-complete suggestions

Things are getting interesting for Google on the legal front. Not long after the ‘right to be forgotten‘ ruling and the messy fallout from that, a Hong Kong court has ruled that the company is responsible for auto-complete suggestions where they could be said to defame. 347 more words

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Niice: A New Search Engine for Beautiful Design

Chelsea Kerwin (Beyond Search) writes about a new search engine called Niice. “It is focused on inspiration search and the presentation of quality images to spark ideas…Somewhat like Pinterest, Niice allows users to create ‘moodboards’ or collections of images which can be saved, collaborated on, or downloaded as JPEGs.” 36 more words