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If we had to write a poem about Google, it would be filled with adjectives relating to its marvelous search capabilities…about how almost any question never need remain unanswered…how information is at our fingertips 24/7 and so forth, but what you may not know is, that apart from being the world’s most popular search engine,
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We all know that Google doesn’t sleep. Chances are that if you’ve thought of a bright new idea for Search, Google already thought of it a year ago and its developers have almost completed the project. Hence it came as no surprise to us when Google handed us a beta version of a new feature
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