Google, the company that 'knows everything', turns 20

Google, the company that 'knows everything', turns 20

Google, the company that 'knows everything', turns 20

The video takes a stroll down memory lane and shows popular google searches around the world from the past 20 years.

First there's the new Activity Card, which appears as a thin strip above your results. You can further refine your results by "drawing" on an image to select more specific content.

Did you know Google Images was introduced in 2001 and in in 2011 the fastest rising search was for the Rugby World Cup?

Just tap the Lens button and Google will scan the image and do a search on it.

Google also announced its effort "to make information more accessible and useful for people everywhere".

This story is developing, please refresh for updates. This can enable us to address queries like: "why does my TV look unusual?" to surface the most relevant results for that question, even if the exact words aren't contained in the page.

The algorithm for Google Images has been overhauled, as well, with a greater emphasis on web page authority and the freshness of content, according to the blog post. There will be card shown at the top of the search results to provide the additional information.

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Collections already existed, but it's not clear how many people have been using it. Collections allows users to save and organize content on their phones. On the same day as Google's announcement,

If you've ever searched for a topic over time, you might forget what you saw, and where.

It's the same basic experience with various spotlighted articles related to what interests you and things you follow, but Google thinks that a list of new features will have you enjoying it very much. For example, if you choose a city, then the user will see videos from each attraction.

Users will be able to save pages to their Collections from Activity Cards. These visual stories will now surface in Google Images and Discover, the company said.

The company's rapid growth since incorporation has triggered a chain of products, acquisitions, and partnerships beyond Google's core search engine (Google Search).

Probably the most notable to these added features is the AI (artificial intelligence) which makes relevant video clips based on your searches, since Google now anticipates and customizes users' searches.

The update will also enable users to edit the types of content shown to them by moving a new slider that appears on cards in the feed up and down, indicating whether users would like to see more or less of this type of content. If you search for information about jobs, you'll see some training programs, as well as available jobs in your area.

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