If you are trying to search for The Pirate Bay on Google, you are not going to get it in auto-suggestions in the search box.
Google has added The Pirate Bay in the list of words which are not shown as suggestions to users when they are typing
Amazon and Microsoft have yet to confirm it but Eliane Fiolet at UberGizmo has stated that the unit he played around with had Bing as the default search engine on the Silk browser on the new tablet Amazon announced earlier this week.
François Beaufort has some more exciting news for the users of Google ecosystem of apps and services.
He has revealed that Google would soon offer Google Drive as a default app that would be preloaded on Chrome installations.
Google has announced that they have expanded the availability of Google Search Knowledge Graph carousal to all English language searches.
This functionality is enabled when a user conducts a query whose result is usually a list of items.
Google is rolling out an updated Google Search app on the Android platform. The news is even special for users with devices running Android Jelly Bean edition. Google said that the update brings a couple of new functionalities to the Google Now component:
Google Instant has rendered the I’m Feeling Lucky button on their homepage rather useless.
Google has now turned this button into an Easter egg of sorts. At least for the English language web users visiting Google.com.
The button changes
This has been one of the biggest annoyance of using Google Search. The company saved the search settings in the browser itself using cookies. This meant that you had to change the settings on different browsers on the same machine.
Google and Opera have extended their collaboration. Google Search would remain the default search engine in various Opera Browsers for another two years.
Opera has extended the search agreement with Google until 2014. Covers desktop and mobile.—
We've found more than 30 trillion unique URLs on the web (vs. 1 trillion in 2008): goo.gl/j2qEG— Google Analytics (@googleanalytics) August 20, 2012
Google has just revealed that according to their search crawlers, there are more than 30 trillion
Google made an interesting announcement last week. The company said that they are going to downgrade rankings of domains which receive a large number of successful copyright infringement notifications.
This means that Google search results would