Compare Bing VS Google Search Results: BingItOn

Microsoft has a neat little web tool, that allow users to compare the results between its own Bing search engine and Google. The site is aptly named BingItOn.com. In other words, its a challenge by Bing to Google. It is suggesting that people are using Google not because it has superior results but because it […]

Restrict Google Country Specific Redirection Page

Google redirects their homepage to a country specific domain based on the user’s IP address. For example, if I am in India and type in Google.com, I am automatically redirected to Google.co.in. While this is a very useful feature, especially while carrying out a local search, it is desirable to shift to Google.com page and […]

Is Google’s Experiment of Gmail in Search Results a Bad Idea?

Google is testing out a new feature, which is going to attract a lot of criticism and attention form privacy pundits. The new search experiment will show Gmail results on the main Google search page. See the image below, it is an example of the new experiment. The search results show up as usual, but […]

Google Introduces SIRI Competitor “Enhanced Voice Search” for iPhone

One of the major upgrade announced to the Google Search app, with Android 4.1 (Jellybeans, was its enhanced voice search feature. It allows users to speak into the phone a search query and get results spoken back to them. Yes! It was considered Google’s own version of SIRI, which is a voice assistant app introduced […]

Bing partners Britannica Encyclopedia to create its own Knowledge Graph

Bing has announced a partnership with Britannica Encyclopedia, to give more relevant information for certain search queries in the search page itself. This means using Bing, I could quickly find out some simple details about certain famous people or even certain things like a plant, animal or place. This sounds a lot like Knowledge Graph […]