Google Tweaks Search Engine

Ainsley Jones

Google announced a couple of changes to its search engine today. It's added semantic search technology to improve its search results, says Computerworld. The technology refines search results by offering related results at the bottom of the page.

 

According to SearchCowboys, the other change involves the use of longer snippets of content from Web sites for queries using three or more words. The additional information provided should allow users to better determine whether the site contains information vital to their search before clicking through.



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