One of the reasons that some teachers like to create their custom search engines is so that they can control which websites appear when their students search. You can also control how many sites appear in a search result by …
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Google is again trying to redefine what it means to search for information on the Web and get closer to delivering on its mission statement to “organize the world’s information” and make it accessible. It may also get us closer …
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Are you trying to revisit a link a friend shared on Facebook or Twitter? If yes, then you can use a neat search engine that searches links your friends shared on Facebook and Twitter. This search engine is called Social-Search.
Searching Gmail for attachments is basically awful. Because everything in Gmail is so text-based, searches yield results that are also text-based. But what if there was a Google Image-like search option for attachments? And what if it was one that
Google is trying to save users from the back-click button, by giving them the option to see a visual preview of the page they are thinking of clicking on.
Sorting, searching, and making sense through thousands of e-mails can be very messy. Even if powerful e-mail clients today like GMail and Outlook can handle being your conversation assistant, you still end up spending more time searching past e-mails to
The ways we search for information online are constantly evolving. One of the most interesting (comparatively) new methods currently being developed by companies around the web revolves around the idea of using images as a basis for search queries.
After a decade when search engines ruled supreme — tapping billions of Web pages to answer every conceivable query — many people now prefer getting their online information the old-fashioned way: by yakking across the fence.