Five Google Search Trends for 2010

Google’s Matt Cutts recently discussed search engine trends and search predictions for 2010. Matt discussed where search engine technology is going in 2010 — New Types of Data Searches: Data overload is a big worry among web search engines. As a result, Google is trying to divide and categorize new searches for different types of […]

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Go “Inside The Mind of Google” on CNBC Thursday

CNBC will air a one hour documentary special on Google Thursday, Dec. 9PM ET/PT called “Inside The Mind of Google.” Maria Bartiromo will host “Inside the Mind of Google,” which tells the story of how Google became the web’s top search engine in less than a decade. The show will discuss – How Google has […]

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Google Latitude Upgrades People Tracking Search

Google announced yesterday that they will add enhanced people tracking and location tools to their Google Latitude search service. The two new location features are “Google Location History” and “Google Location Alerts (beta)”. “Google Location History” will allow Latitude users to review and store their past Latitude locations. Think of this feature as virtual electronic […]

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New Google Search Engine On Caffeine

In August, Google announced that it was reworking its search engine to make it faster and more efficient. The new project is called Google Caffeine. Google Caffeine is billed as an effort to improve Google’s indexing speed, power and accuracy. Google’s own Matt Cutts discusses more about the Google Caffeine project in the video below:

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Google Privacy Dashboard Shows What Google Knows About You

Google has been the target of much criticism lately regarding how much information they record on people who use their search engine and other web services as well as how they use this information. In an effort to make their personal data more public, Google has launched a privacy dashboard for users who want to […]

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