Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider preview build 18317 (19H1). With this Insider preview, the company has decided to separate Search and Cortana in the taskbar. Microsoft says that this will enable each experience to innovate independently. Continue reading “Microsoft Windows 10 19H1 Insider Preview test build separates search and Cortana”
Google has launched a new safety feature for Search and Maps that will help you during time of emergencies The feature is aimed at making emergency information more accessible during a natural or human-caused crisis. Continue reading “Google adds SOS feature on Maps and Search for emergencies”
Snapchat is adding a new feature that will allow users to search for more than 1 million stories. The search feature will use machine learning and let users search for Snaps about specific locations, events, and words. Continue reading “You can now search Snapchat Stories by content”
Google has added quick shortcuts for popular tools, points of interests, cafes, restaurants and more to its Search app on Android and iOS and on Google.com. Additional shortcuts like translate, nearby attractions, flights, hotels, internet speed test, currency converter, and more are available for Android users. These shortcuts will be present below the search bar. Continue reading “Google Search app gets shortcuts for restaurants, news, popular tools and more”
Google is making it even easier for you to place food orders and book a table at your favourite restaurant via Search. The company is integrating Zomato and Swiggy directly into Search.
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Google is making it easier for you to keep tab on all the action that will take place at the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympics. Continue reading “Google Search to showcase events, results and more for Rio 2016 Olympics”
Google has launched a new symptom search feature that makes it easier to navigate and explore health conditions related to your symptoms in a more accurate way. Continue reading “Google to roll out improved symptom search”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has written his first “Founder’s Letter” that talks about his future vision of the company’s future. He said that the company is working towards creating a smart assistant that can follow you anywhere.
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Apple is working on bringing important changes to the App Store and has assembled a team of 100 engineers for the same, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Continue reading “Apple said to be working on bringing key changes to App Store”
Just yesterday, Facebook added a number of important features to Live Videos. Today, the social network is taking a step further and improving the search functionality to make live video discovery easier. Continue reading “Facebook updates Search to show Live Videos in Trending topics”
With an aim to offer health and health care related information quickly in search, Google has improved the Knowledge Graph for Search in India. Continue reading “Google Health Cards with over 400 health conditions rolled out in India”
Bing is blending into the current fervor of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup 2016. The Microsoft owned search engine is offering all cricket oriented search features such as Bing predictions, polls and quizzes for all the die-hard cricket fans.
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Google is making it easy for die-hard cricket fans out there to keep a tab on all the action that is taking place at the ongoing ICC World T20 2016. The company is beefing up its Search offerings by adding new features related to Cricket to the Google app.
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Having your company’s search bar on the Apple iPhone doesn’t come cheap. Google have apparently paid a very hefty sum to keep their search bar on the Apple iPhone.
Continue reading “Google reportedly paid Apple a billion dollars to keep their search bar on the iPhone”