This also means that Google Search is going to look a little different.
Google evolved over the years, the algorithms changed and search results became more and more accurate. "For these subtopics, we can identify the most relevant articles and videos - the ones that have shown themselves to be evergreen and continually useful, as well as fresh content on the topic". Tap on one of these videos and you can watch it in its entirety.
Google has answered all our queries since it came into being in 1998 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both Ph.D. students at the Stanford University, US. If you're looking up attractions in NY, for example, a carousel of videos will show up about a third down the page, so you can get a clearer idea of how the physical landmark looks.
Google is also introducing something called "Collections".
Users will be able to save pages to their Collections from Activity Cards. Google Search now anticipates and customizes much of your search experience automatically, and it also uses AI on the back end to do things like create relevant clips from videos. But at the NYC event we attended, Google showed how it's changing desktop search, too, and how desktop search hasn't been forgotten at the Googleplex.
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. For example, if you choose a city, then the user will see videos from each attraction. The headers are clickable and will take you to additional information on the topic along with an option to start following that topic. Discover will show related topics for you to follow as well. Google says that Discover will now appear on the Google homepage on all mobile browsers.More news: Liverpool’s Divock Origi ruled out of both Chelsea games this week
Discover also brings support for multiple languages across cards, letting you view your interests in your preferred language.
The special celebratory video features all the searches that people have made all through the years.
Google continues the day's deluge of announcements.
Google said the new Lens search tools will roll out in the coming weeks.
We perform multiple Google Search tasks almost every day to get some information but it often happens that you search for a content a month ago and you want to know what was that.