Several prominent movie pirate sites have completely disappeared from Google's search results. The list includes domain names belonging to streaming portals 123movies and Fmovies, which both have millions of visitors. At the same time,...Show More Summary
Google is disrupting yet another industry by including light-weight services directly within search results. This time, Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb, with Google testing out movie ratings from within search itself. Google confirmed to Search...Show More Summary
Google and Twitter have had a stint together since 2009 to early this year, when finally the two decided to drift away. However, after a few months, the two are back again and with a new interesting feature that is sure to cheer the Twitter fans. Show More Summary
Summary: While the largest tech platforms continue to assure us that eliminating misinformation is both a) very important to them, and b) impossible, Google’s search results were hijacked today by fake news about space aliens caught on camera “sucking energy from the sun.”
Twitter users can now tweet emoji to Google's official Twitter account to receive local search results in replies.
If you’re a big proponent of emojis, there’s a brand new trick on the rise. As it turns out, you can now tweet at Google with your favorite emoji and get local search […] The post You Can Now Tweet Emoji at Google for Local Search Results appeared first on Geek.com.
The Canadian supreme court has started examining the case that could result in worldwide blocking of search results. Read more...
Google wants to understand the language of emoji. The tech giant today launched a fun feature that lets people tweet emojis at the brand's Twitter account. For each tweet people send, Google automatically sends back a tweet with a GIF and a link to local search results about the emoji. Show More Summary
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube announced they are cooperating to keep track of terrorist recruitment videos and violent images in order to remove them from search results and social media.
Add emoji to the many languages Google can understand. Starting today, if you tweet an emoji at Google, the company's Twitter account will reply back with a link to a relevant local search result and a celebratory GIF. Source: Googl...
Today, Google launched a fun little Twitter experiment that spits back search results in response to emojis. Naturally, I decided to throw some sex stuff at it. Read more...
Are you so much of a Twitter diehard that you can’t even bear to leave the site to perform a Google search? Do you speak in emoji? Then Google has some news for you: you can now tweet emoji directly to @Google and get search results....Show More Summary
Picture this: You're very hungry and not sure where to eat dinner. You're so hungry that you can't even muster the strength to type in "burger restaurant" into the Google search bar. All you're capable of is opening the Twitter app and...Show More Summary
Google's desktop search pages have a new interface for navigating between search results. The search box is bigger, there's a new search icon and Google now only shows 2 or 3 specialized search engines next to "all", down from 4. Apps...Show More Summary
There's a flaw in Google's autocomplete feature, which attempts to predict search queries as they are being typed: it actively directs users to fake content on the web, even when they're not looking for it. Bizarre examples of this include...Show More Summary
Kudos to Google for infusing its search engine with warm, human touches like daily homepage doodles and abundant Easter eggs. Join New Atlas as we count down our favorite little jokes and bonuses within Google search results... Continue...Show More Summary
The new channel will be particularly details-oriented with OTM doing away with advertising or unnecessary information. Commercial search results will be presented in grid, list and map views.
While we haven't seen any changes yet, plenty of online reports claim the Google Play Store is rolling out a server-side update.
Have you Googled the Grinch recently? Go ahead, take a look. His search results are abysmal. Nearly the entire first page is clouded by allegations of him "stealing Christmas." And why? Just because he wanted his neighbors to keep it down a bit? Now, I know what you're thinking. Show More Summary