If you are looking for information on the hot topic of Hillary Clinton’s health you may want to use a search engine other than Google, as the giant has been accused of manipulating search results to favor the Democratic candidate.
Mike Gullaksen, Chief Operating Officer, iProspect Personal digital assistants, like Siri and Cortana, are just two examples of AI systems going mainstream as users widely adopt voice-based queries and expect immediate search results pulled from both the web and on-device content. Show More Summary
Just yesterday, we noted how the media coverage of Clinton and Trump's health has become "outright bizarre" (see "American Electorate Loses As Partisan Media Coverage Of Candidate Health Turns Outright Bizarre"). In that post, we pointed...Show More Summary
Google has some amusing new games that only appear when your search for them—like most good things in life. Since you might be searching for games to play online anyway, they decided to put some toys right in your search results. Read more...
A few users have found that more and more apps are being able to be streamed from the Google search results on our Android devices.
Retaliations include keeping songs off playlists and burying them in search results.
When singers and bands give exclusives to subscription-music rivals like Apple and Tidal, Spotify is depressing those musicians in search results, a report says. Spotify says that's not true.
Goodbye productivity. You can now play solitaire or tic-tac-toe directly in Google's search results. Just search for solitaire or tic-tac-toe in the search engine on the web or from your phone, and you'll get a playable version of either...Show More Summary
“Sure, you can upload your own videos to YouTube, which is owned by Google. But will they show up in anyone’s search results? You can publish your manifesto, but will anyone see the links to it you post on Facebook? It’s as though everyone now has a printing press, but there are only two stores […]
You can now play a quick game of Solitaire or Tic-Tac-Toe merely via a Google Search. They show up first thing in the search results.
From within the Google app (or on the desktop), you can now play solitaire or tic-tac-toe without ever installing either game. Thanks to the power of Google, each game is essentially embedded within search results, giving you quick access to two of the all-time classics. Show More Summary
Google has rolled out a new feature to its search results which allows users to play games just by searching for them. The post Play Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe Directly in Google’s Search Results by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google announced a couple of fun little nuggets today: you can now play Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe directly in Google’s search results. Available through the desktop and Google mobile apps, anyone searching for the keywords “solitaire” or “tic-tac-toe” will see the usual search results, but featured prominently alongside them you’ll also now see a “tap to […]
It’s only 10:30 AM here on the east coast, but if you’re already bored at work, I have the solution for you. Google has just added Tic Tac Toe and Solitaire directly into search results. Goodbye office productivity. Just search for one of the two titles, and a mini game will pop up right in search. Show More Summary
Google today made several simple games available to play directly in search results. Performing a search for solitaire will bring up a playable version of the card game. Similarly, users can search for tic-tac-toe to strategize Xs and Os. Show More Summary
Google just added two new fun Easter eggs to its search results. You can now play Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe minigames directly in Google's app and web search results. SEE ALSO: Google's Arts & Culture app lets you browse artworks from...Show More Summary
Starting next year, Google's mobile search results will penalize sites using certain measures to cover up content. Expect web developers to respond with changes.
Google announced an upcoming change to its mobile search results, which is aimed at making it easier for users to find the content they're looking for.
Starting January, mobile pages with certain types of ads that interfere with content will not be ranked as highly in search results.