Google has unveiled a new look for its search results.

The company, which as the world’s dominant search engine is a target for millions of users of internet marketing services, said that the changes are designed to respond to the "increasing richness of the web and the increasing power of search".

Vice-president of search products and user experience Marissa Mayer wrote on the Official Google Blog that a new side panel brings together tools developed from its Universal Search, Search Options and Google Squared features.

The Universal Search tool suggests different genres of results for a particular query and allows users to switch between them.

With Search Options, people can change the type of results they see, so a user could opt to see only images the pages found or the newest information.

Technology developed from Google Squared offers a "Something different" feature that gives people the opportunity to browse additional entities related to their original query.

The new Google interface is being rolled out in 37 different languages, Ms Mayer noted.

According to comScore, Google handled around ten billion queries from US internet users during March, or 65.1 per cent of all searches.

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