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Google announced Monday the fruits of its earlier deal with Twitter, showing off how it has decided to present real-time Internet content within search results.
Google will build a section called "latest results" into the regular Google search results page that automatically refreshes Internet content from sources like Twitter. Google plans to roll this out over the next several days, and not all users may see the new section immediately, Singhal said. The company also announced partnerships with social-networking companies Facebook and MySpace to display updates from those services.
If they have decided that they want to put all searches into a big bowl, they should at least ad a tab "website search" in addition to "images" and "videos" at the top of the website.
Note - we normally do not post specific searches,
but in this one case we're making an exception so
members can see an example of the new "real time search"
Sorry for posting a link but it only appears to work with this [google.co.uk...]
Not seen this before, is it new or on test or what?
[edited by: tedster at 11:21 am (utc) on Dec. 9, 2009]
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