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Featured Snippets, Knowledge Panels in Google Search updated w/ more images, suggestions
06 December 2017, 03:21 | Edward Lowe
What’s taking up space on your phone? With Google’s new Files Go app you will be able to find out more easily
Google is adding some related searches in other areas as well. A lot has changed in Google'ssearch engine since those early days-it's no longer a list of blue links. While getting you accurate answers to your questions is still important to Google, getting this information to you in a more timely fashion is also something that the search giant is constantly working on.
"We've added more images and related searches inside select Featured Snippets to help you learn even more about your topic, or to discover new things related to your interest", said Google. Starting today, snippets will include more photos and related searches. One of these new features concerns what the company calls Featured Snippets, which sometimes appear when you type in some specific search terms like "Baby Spider Monkey".
Featured Snippets (below left) and Knowledge Panels (below right) will also feature related searches, with the former displaying more images.
Last but not least, Google has improved the Search function so now when you search for two related topics, you'll find additional recommendation links at the top of the search page.
Delhi's 'very poor ' air quality likely to worsen
The obvious solution is to immediately stop hosting worldwide sporting events in Delhi until the Air Quality Index improves. And Sri Lankans wearing anti-pollution masks on the field showed how much Delhi is highly suffering from bad air quality.
"For example, while looking at the Knowledge Panel about skiing, you'll see related searches for sports such as snowboarding directly inside the result", writesGoogle product manager, Michael Galvez.
For example, if a user searches "Neymar" followed by "Lionel Messi", Google Search will recognise they're searching for current soccer players, and will offer searches it says are "related to Neymar and Lionel Messi". These new features are rolling out now.
Disney slides on news its close to deal with Fox
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Wind advisory for northern counties extended
Almost 700 residents in the area of Pardee and Goddard roads in Taylor are also in the dark due to damage caused by down trees. A partly cloudy sky on Tuesday will still be accompanied by a brisk west wind and temperatures making it into the middle 40s.
Early Moves to Watch: Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)
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Nigerians return from Libya
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Trump travel ban allowed to go ahead by US Supreme Court
Quick resolution by appellate courts would allow the Supreme Court to hear and decide the issue this term, by the end of June. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor would have kept in place partial stays on the order.
Sadiq Khan crosses Wagah Border on foot!
Pakistan-origin London Mayor Sadiq Khan has reached Pakistan early this Wednesday morning on a one-day visit. He is scheduled to spend three days in Pakistan and will travel to Lahore , Islamabad and Karachi.
Analysts See $0.82 EPS for General Mills, Inc
The company reported $0.71 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, missing analysts' consensus estimates of $0.76 by ($0.05). Analysts expect General Mills, Inc. ( GIS ) traded down $0.61 during midday trading on Tuesday, hitting $57.25. (NYSE:GIS).