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Google Tweaks Search with Fresh Discovery Tools

Google today announced several changes to its core search product that are meant to help people discover fresh content as they perform searches. For example, Featured Snippets are content highlighted by Google to provide "quick, relevant answers" to search queries. Further, Featured Snippets will include more images related to the search query to help with discovery and provide context.
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