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Google Launches Full-Scale Shopping in Search

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Today, Google begins an experiment to change the way you shop online. When you search for a product, Google will deliver paid listings for shopping options right next to the search results. By searching for a product, you've demonstrated a possible intent to buy it, so Google has extended its...
Google Launches Full-Scale Shopping in Search
Top Charts in Google Trends--The most searched people, places and things

Search: Google boosts lead vs. Microsoft and Yahoo in U.S.

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New numbers from comScore Networks show Google pulling further ahead of Microsoft and Yahoo in the U.S. search market in May, claiming its largest lead over its rivals since December 2010. Google climbed to 66.7 percent of the market during the month, according to the comScore numbers. That was an...
Search: Google boosts lead vs. Microsoft and Yahoo in U.S.
Google Now: Coming soon to everywhere near you

Google Knowledge Graph coming to all English-speaking nations tomorrow, adds lists to results

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Google launched its contextual and intelligent search service, Knowledge Graph, only a few months ago. Till now, its been limited in its availability and, while most nations will still be left out, tomorrow it will becoming to all "English-speaking" countries. The ability to discern your intended search goal and...
Google Knowledge Graph coming to all English-speaking nations tomorrow, adds lists to results

Google Shows Off Its Latest "Baby Steps" Toward Becoming the Star Trek Computer

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On Wednesday, Google announced new natural-language voice search on iOS, new, touch-friendly Web interfaces for its answers, and an ambitious, voluntary experiment to bring your Gmail messages into search results. Google wants to be like the Star Trek computer when it grows up, letting us ask questions naturally about anything...
Google Shows Off Its Latest "Baby Steps" Toward Becoming the Star Trek Computer

Google Adds Non-Profit Details To Knowledge Graph

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Google announced on Google+ that the Knowledge Graph now supports searches for non-profit organizations. Now, when you search for some non-profits by name on Google, Google will show on the right hand side, in the Knowledge graph box the nonprofit’s financials, cause, assets, tax ID, tax... Please visit Search Engine...
Google Adds Non-Profit Details To Knowledge Graph

Google's Singhal: Speech, natural language recognition among search's biggest challenges

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As Google aims to expand search's ability to answer increasingly difficult questions based on contextual information, several key obstacles still stand in its way. Knowledge Graph, a feature designed to put users' searches in context and deliver tailored results, as well as understanding speech, natural language and conversation are...
Google's Singhal: Speech, natural language recognition among search's biggest challenges

Google Search Rolling Out Nutrition Information On More Than 1,000 Foods

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Building on their Knowledge Graph technology, Google search is rolling out nutrition information on more than 1,000 fruits, vegetables, meats and meals. Users will be able to search on everything from simple one-word terms like apple or carrot to more complex dishes such as burritos or chow mein to... Please...
Google Search Rolling Out Nutrition Information On More Than 1,000 Foods
Google reinvents search—again—with Knowledge Graph

Sprint Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean Update... Verizon?

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Sprint announced today that its two Samsung Google phones, the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy S, would be receiving rolling Butter-rific Jelly Bean updates.   Your play Verizon. Presser down south… Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, Update Nexus S™ 4G and Galaxy Nexus are the first two...
Sprint Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean Update... Verizon?

Building the search engine of the future, one baby step at a time

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Larry Page once described the perfect search engine as understanding exactly what you mean and giving you back exactly what you want. It’s very much like the computer I dreamt about as a child growing up in India, glued to our black-and-white TV for every episode of Star Trek. I...
Building the search engine of the future, one baby step at a time

Jelly Bean: What you need to know about Android 4.1

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Google at its I/O conference unveiled the next update to Android version 4.1 also known as Jelly Bean. The update, which will first become available as an over the air download next month for the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S, brings a lot of nice improvements and some cool enhancements...
Jelly Bean: What you need to know about Android 4.1

More fun with Knowledge Graph: Googling “Chuck Norris” uncovers a very interesting fact

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It looks like the Knowledge Graph team likes to have fun at work. As we reported before, Googling “Lionel Richie” yielded a very funny result. This time, our favorite hero Chuck Norris has gotten the special treatment. When you Google “Chuck Norris”, a very interesting “fact” is uncovered by Knowlege...
More fun with Knowledge Graph: Googling “Chuck Norris” uncovers a very interesting fact
Walmart builds its own shopping search engine

Google makes search 'more human'

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Google revamps its search engine in an attempt to offer instant answers to search questions with a new function, the Knowledge Graph....
Google makes search 'more human'

Google's Knowledge Graph Now Worldwide

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Today at the Google Search Breakfast, Amit Singhal, head of Google search, said Google is launching the Knowledge Graph worldwide. The launch seems to be rolling out slowing to all countries with English based language. The complex thing with rolling this out globally is that searching for [chiefs]... Please visit...
Google's Knowledge Graph Now Worldwide

Google Buying Wavii After Bidding War With Apple

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Google has bought aggregation and summarization startup Wavii for more than $30 million, winning a bidding war with Apple over the firm. TechCrunch is reporting that Apple wanted to integrate the company with its Siri division. Both Apple and Google were competing for the Seattle-based startup, and Google eventually won....
Google Buying Wavii After Bidding War With Apple

Google's New Data Highlighter Lets You Add Structured Data To Your Sites Without Touching Any Code

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Google wants website owners to add as much structured data to their sites as possible in order to improve its search results and Knowledge Graph boxes with rich snippets like event listings, reviews and other information. Adding this kind of metadata to a site, however, isn’t always trivial, and many...
Google's New Data Highlighter Lets You Add Structured Data To Your Sites Without Touching Any Code

Google wishes TV chef Julia Child a Happy 100th Birthday with doodle

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Google is celebrating Julia Child’s 100th birthday today. The American chef, author, and television personality died at the age of 91 on August 13, 2004, as first noted by SearchEngineLand, but she is notable for seamlessly bringing the art of French cuisine to the American home with her first —and massive—cookbook, “Mastering the...
Google wishes TV chef Julia Child a Happy 100th Birthday with doodle
Google uncloaks the future of search: New Knowledge Graph and worldwide rollout, Gmail universal search trial, more
Google TV update adds voice control, taps into Knowledge Graph
Google To Start Displaying Knowledge Graph Carousel To Users Globally

Bing Gets Smarter, Partners With Encyclopedia Britannica (But It’s No Challenge For Google’s Knowledge Graph)

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Microsoft today announced that it has partnered with Encyclopedia Britannica and will start to prominently feature answers from Britannica Online on the search results pages of Bing. As Franco Salvetti, the principal development lead for Bing, notes in today’s announcement, Bing is “about delivering relevant information in a more organized way...
Bing Gets Smarter, Partners With Encyclopedia Britannica (But It’s No Challenge For Google’s Knowledge Graph)
Google Research Releases Wikilinks Corpus With 40M Mentions And 3M Entities

The future of search: Answer, converse, anticipate

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Answer. Converse. Anticipate. Those are the verbs that Google believes will lead to “the end of search as we know it.” Google doesn’t want search to be restricted to a sparse landing page and a specific query. It wants search to become something as ubiquitous as oxygen and as...
The future of search: Answer, converse, anticipate

Google Launches Knowledge Graph To Provide Answers, Not Just Links

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Hinted at for months, Google formally launched its “Knowledge Graph” today. The new technology is being used to provide popular facts about people, places and things alongside Google’s traditional results. It also allows Google to move toward a new way of searching not for pages... Please visit Search Engine Land...
Google Launches Knowledge Graph To Provide Answers, Not Just Links

Engadget Podcast 294 - 05.18.2012

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As much as you may Like overanalysis of the initial public offering of a Friendster ripoff valued higher than General Motors, other stuff happened this week. Tim and Brian share their Tech Timelines with you in this, The Engadget Podcast. Feel free to leave us a testimonial in the...
Engadget Podcast 294 - 05.18.2012

Google's iOS search app to gain "enhanced voice search"

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Google's search app for iOS is about to become more Siri-like. The app, which already allows users to enter search terms via voice, will soon gain the ability to better understand your intent—that is, what you actually mean with all those extraneous words coming out of your mouth. Google announced...
Google's iOS search app to gain "enhanced voice search"

Olympic tip: Google "medal count" and keep yourself updated

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If there was an Olympic event for searching the world’s information, Google would more than likely take the gold medal. But there isn’t, so instead, here’s a neat trick to keep up on the Olympic medal counts in real-time. In case you didn’t know, you can simply Google “medal count”...
Olympic tip: Google "medal count" and keep yourself updated
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