New Google Real Time Search

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As you know, Google is constantly improving  pushing forward its search algorithm in order to give users fresh, up-to-date  results. In the last few years we have seen Google getting better and better and smarter and smarter in returning search results for the keyword people are looking for. So, I shouldn’t be surprised by this new “Google-thing” called Google Real Time Search. Nevertheless Google, with its cutting-edge search engine technology, always gives me some reason to stare at my computer screen and think: “How did it do it?” 

For those people who don’t have a clue about what I am talking about, you have to know that the new Google Real Time Search is the fastest search engine ever built. It manages to give you real time results of the keywords you are looking for. But what does this mean? It means that if you are looking for news about Barack Obama, Google not only will return you with the correct results, but it will also display, in real time, those webpages which are published in the very moment you are reading this article, for example.

Reading from the Official Google blog: “First, we’re introducing new features that bring your search results to life with a dynamic stream of real-time content from across the web. Now, immediately after conducting a search, you can see live updates from people on popular sites like Twitter and FriendFeed, as well as headlines from news and blog posts published just seconds before. When they are relevant, we’ll rank these latest results to show the freshest information right on the search results page.”

Google Real Time search has now its official home page. If you want to try it, go to: Google.com/RealTime and try to perform a search. You can also reach it by clicking the “Updates” link in the left-hand panel of your Google search results.

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