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November 11, 2011

Announcing the 2012 Google Model Your Town Competition

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Google Photography Prize: Looking for the photography stars of the future


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November 3, 2011

Google: Giving you fresher, more recent search results

Search results, like warm cookies right out of the oven or cool refreshing fruit on a hot summer’s day, are best when they’re fresh. Even if you don’t specify it in your search, you probably want search results that are relevant and recent.

If I search for [olympics], I probably want information about next summer’s upcoming Olympics, not the 1900 Summer Olympics (the only time my favorite sport, cricket, was played). Google Search uses a freshness algorithm, designed to give you the most up-to-date results, so even when I just type [olympics] without specifying 2012, I still find what I’m looking for.
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October 24, 2011

Google’s Plus Operator, No Longer Available


The plus operator from Google Search was useful to highlight one or more keywords that had to be included in the search results exactly as you typed them. If you search for [ai], Google matches terms like “artificial intelligence”, “Amnesty International”, “Art Institutes”, “Appraisal Institute”, “Adobe Illustrator” and that’s not so useful. To restrict the results to pages that include “ai”, you had to replace your query with [+ai]. Unfortunately, the plus operator is no longer available and you now have to use quotation marks even for single words and search for [“ai”].
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September 13, 2011

Google Flights Search Is a Powerful, Intuitive, Lightning-Fast Tool for Finding Cheap Tickets

Google just launched Google Flights Search, an attractive, intuitive, lightning fast airline search tool; it may well be your new default destination when you’re looking for a flight.

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September 7, 2011

Google Takeout comes to Voice, get your SMS and voicemail to go (video)

Google Takeout for Google Voice

Those militant leftists at the Data Liberation Front are at it again, bringing their tool for fomenting revolution, Google Takeout, to Google Voice. With the information emancipating service, users will be able to download their call history, voicemail and text messages, recorded calls, and even greetings. All audio is delivered in MP3 format, while SMS is spit out as an HTML file. Check out the video below for a brief, if not entirely informative, announcement from the guerrilla data warriors.

Originally published by Engadget. Read the original story here.

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August 18, 2011

See the weather in Google Maps

Weather near London, UK


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August 11, 2011

Google brings games to Google+


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July 19, 2011

160-Year-Old American Express Out-Innovates Google and Groupon


This morning American Express is launching a new deals platform in partnership with Facebook that should make big waves in the payments and offers space.

Winners: Facebook, American Express, small businesses
Losers: Groupon, LivingSocial, Google, foursquare, VISA, MasterCard

With the new platform, merchants will be able to target deals at American Express cardholders on the Facebook platform. (more…)

July 18, 2011

g.co, the official URL shortcut for Google websites

In the world of URLs, bigger is not always better. In 2009, we helped shrink up long, unwieldy URLs by launching our public URL shortener, goo.gl. Today, we’re announcing a new URL shortcut that will only link to official Google products and services: g.co. (more…)

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