Google's Real-Time Search Adds Streaming, Twitter to Results
Dec 08, 2009 15:02
Google announced a new service that is looking to stream results for searches. Basically: real time updates from web pages and social networking partners. It'll be out in the next couple of days.
The new search mode comes with partnerships Google announced today with Facebook and MySpace. Feeds from both sites, along with Twitter comments, blog postings, and other web sources will be rolled into Real Time results page for up-to-the-second updates.
Goggles was also launched today and the translator should be available in 2010, and Goggles can be tried now in Google Labs.
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