Last month, Canada's Supreme Court upheld a lower court's order that Google alter their search results worldwide as a result of a lawsuit alleging that one Canadian company had infringed upon the intellectual property rights of another Canadian company. However, while Google plans to respect the Canadian court's authority,......
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You may have seen this Google Search feature that has been in testing for a couple of months, but in case you haven't, check it out.
Google is killing Instant Search, the smart feature that gives users search results while they are still typing, according to a statement given to Search Engine Land. Instant Search launched in 2010, when Marissa Mayer was leading the Search team at Google. Show More Summary
When Google launched Google Instant Search back in 2010, the company called it a fundamental shift in search that would save searchers time when running searches on Google. Instant Search displayed search results page to the user during the process of typing the actual search phrase the user was interested in. Show More Summary
Google is eliminating its instant search feature, which generated search results in real time as people typed their search queries. The feature was introduced in order to save time, but as the majority of searches are now performed on mobile devices the tool doesn't make as much sense. Show More Summary
Google appears to be testing a new video-related feature. TheSEMPost has reported that it has seen auto-playing trailer among the Google search results for certain current movies. TheSEMPost found the autoplay videos on the Google results...Show More Summary
If you use the Google application on Android, you may have noticed that videos may autoplay when they are shown in search results. Jennifer Slegg was the first to notice this on Google Search on desktop devices. She noticed that Google would autoplay videos on select searches. Show More Summary
In an effort to out-do the FCC in this month's "who can ruin the internet" competition, Google is testing auto-playing videos in search results. Search Engine Land has confirmed that Google is running a "small experiment" in which "videos automatically play in the knowledge panel" immediately to the right of search results. Show More Summary
Instant Search is dead at last because it just doesn’t work on mobile devices, and mobile devices are where most Google searches happen these days.
Google is killing Instant Search, which rendered search results in realtime as you typed. The problem, according to Google, is we all now do most of our searching on smartphones, and Instant Search makes no sense on smartphones. So killing the feature is the only sensible option. Show More Summary
It’s all about videos these days, and the tragic news is that Google is testing auto-playing videos in search results related to TV shows and movies.
In June, the Supreme Court of Canada ordered Google to remove a company's websites from its search results all over the world, not just in Canada. With options to appeal exhausted in Canada, this week Google filed for an injunction in...Show More Summary
Google is making more big changes to search. Over the last couple weeks, the company has been phasing out its "Instant" search results, or the results that were displayed as you typed. SEE ALSO: With its new feed, Google is preparing...Show More Summary
No one asked for this. In a move that is bound to piss off netizens across the globe, Google has enabled autoplay videos in Search. Following a report from The SEM Post, the internet giant has confirmed with Search Engine Land it is currently running a small-scale experiment which involves automatically playing videos in search results. Show More Summary
A job hunting friend wanted to Google prospective companies. A normal search returns pages filled with search results. But as you sift through them, one question remains — how do you get the latest up to date information? There is no question about the quantity of information Google throws back at us. Show More Summary
Google on Tuesday asked a California court to block an order from Canada that would require the US internet giant to remove a website from worldwide search results.
Google on Tuesday asked a California court to block an order from Canada that would require the US internet giant to remove a website from worldwide search results. The lawsuit filed by the US technology giant asks for a declaratory judgment that the Canadian court's order cannot be enforced in the United States. Show More Summary