New Google Technologies

12th May 2006 12:40 PM
Google Churns Out New Search Technologies

Google Inc., announced new technologies to enhance and improve the search experience for users. Three new products – Google Co-op, Google Desktop 4, and Google Notebook advance the state of the art in search, by helping users find and share more relevant information worldwide.

Google Co-op beta is a community where users can contribute their knowledge and expertise to improve Google search for everyone.

“Google Co-op and the other new services announced today combine the power of Google’s technology with the context, knowledge, and unique expertise of individuals,” said Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Google Inc.

Google Desktop 4 beta offers another way for users to improve their search experience, by personalizing their desktops with the introduction of Google Gadgets. These gadgets are mini-applications that reside on users’ desktops and deliver a variety of personalized information such as games, media players, weather and news.

Google Notebook is a simple way for users to save and organize their thoughts when conducting research online. This personal browser tool permits users to clip text, images, and links from the pages they’re browsing, save them to an online “notebook” that is accessible from any computer, and share them with others.

The company also introduced Google Trends, a new tool that enables users to examine billions of searches conducted on Google to gain insight into broad search patterns over time. Google Trends builds on the Google Zeitgeist to help users find facts and trends related to Google usage around the world.

“For the first time ever, Google Trends is making it possible to sift through billions of search queries from around the world to see what people are thinking about,” said Marissa Mayer, Vice President, Search Products and User Experience, Google Inc.

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