Google tests infinite scroll for search results

On August 29, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Google is constantly working on new features when it comes to its search and it is always testing new improvements, and speaking of which, we might see pagination completely removed from Google.

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Google introduces +1 button to its users

On March 31, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Google is constantly doing its best to improve its search engine and one of its latest features just introduced is the +1 button. There have been all sorts of rumors related to this button, but since this button is available for experimental use, we decided to share more information about it.

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Google can now guess release dates

On March 23, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

We use Google every day to find all sorts of information, therefore, folks from Google are doing their best to enhance their number one search engine. Google has released another enhancement that will allow you to find release dates easier than before.

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Google enables site blocking for its users

On March 17, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Not a while ago, Google released a Chrome extension that allows its users to block certain sites from showing up on their search results. This was a great extension, but now, Google has decided to add a blocking feature without any additional extension needed to all of its users.

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Improved Yahoo search coming in 2011

On October 14, 2010, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

As we know, Google and Bing are the dominant search engines nowadays and it seems that users all over the world are shunning Yahoo. In order to get its market share back, Yahoo has decided to make some changes.

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Bing is now the second most popular search engine in the US

On September 17, 2010, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

There’s no need to mention that Google is most used search engine today, but what about others? Google might be dominant search engine but that doesn’t stop the other search engines from competing. Market share has changed a bit and it seems that Bing is now the second most used search engine in the US.

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As you probably know, competition between Bing and Google is still fierce and now it has moved to another front. Search engines have been present on smartphones for a long time and it’s no wonder to see that competition between Bing and Google is taking place on another front called Samsung Fascinate.

One of Samsung’s latest phones, the Samsung Fascinate from Verizon comes with Bing search instead of Google. The reason why this phone has entrusted Microsoft is because Verizon and Microsoft made a deal to promote Bing.

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