Google's search engine is number one. No questions about that but you know, even if the Internet giant's algorithm is generally reliable, we can't expect the mobile app version to yield the same relevant results all the time.
Back in 2008, when Google first started indexing PDF files through OCR from websites to include it in your search results, it was a sigh of relief (and for some, alarm) for a lot of websites that insisted on uploading PDF files,
Google has definitely changed how we live our lives today. What started as a search engine, the company is now a tech giant that offers hundreds of products and services for those who want to be in the know all the time. We can't
The top search engine sometimes suggests alternative search terms especially when it detects you might have made a mistake or spelled a keyword wrong. That's expected on the desktop version but we just heard reports of the Google
After Facebook Lite has come to Android phones with slow internet connection, Google is introducing the Google Web Light. This is just one step from Google trying to enhance the experience of mobile users especially in areas
The tech giant seems to be getting more serious with the Google Now services. Why, the Google Now on Tap feature has been revealed to be more powerful, able to navigate between apps, as well as, generate more information about
Have you ever wished that when you digitally search for something, for example, a geeky shirt or a hard to find book, that you'd be able to buy it directly from the results page, rather than having to click on so many things
Google is constantly trying to make life easier for us by integrating a lot of things while you're still on their search page. One of the newest things they've added is the ability to start ordering food, if it's available, when
The Google app is one of the most important apps you could get on your Android phone. It can do a lot of things aside from just searching for whatever you need. With the app, you can just say "OK Google" and the app can search,
Internet search has changed over the past years but Google still leads the industry with its several innovations and changes in algorithms. It's hard to keep track how Google manages but the tech giant really knows 'search' well.