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Google Unveils Conversational Search Product At I/O Conference

Google has unveiled a piece of conversational search technology at its I/O developer conference in San Francisco. The American search giant’s senior vice president and software engineer, Amit Singhal, told the audience that the software would be able to recognise a user’s desire to make a search in Google’s Chrome web browser just by simply […]

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Rankings of sites featuring pirated films to be punished by Google

Search engine Google is set to make a number of alterations to its search results, which will in-effect punish the rankings of websites that provide pirated films and music. Websites that illegally featured copyrighted material are typically issued with a copyright removal notice. With the alterations, Google will, from next week, begin taking “valid copyright […]

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Google to include email results in search

Google has revealed that it will be trialling a new feature  which will see users Gmail results included in with general searches. Users that opt in for the trial will be provided with an SERP (search engine results page) that could feature relevant information pulled from their email accounts on the site, as well as […]

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Google introduces new algorithm

Google has announced the implementation of a new search algorithm, specifically designed to provide improved results for those searches that require the freshest results, according to an article published by Search Engine Watch. Expected to impact around 35 per cent of searches made on Google, Amit Singhal, posting on the Official Google Blog, listed a […]

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