A few days ago I wrote about Google Search allowing you to translate the search query into a different languages. It was brought to my notice that there were other options to do the same on the internet. 2Lingual.com is one such website and I must admit it’s layout is much better than the Google […]
Google Search has inducted another feature which gives the user the option to translate the keyword which is being searched into another language. If you just type in the query and hit search while on Google.com, you will obviously get a list of results. Click on Show Options. Check within More Options which shows up on […]
After weeks of calibration and testing, Google has finally settled for the minimalist look on their homepage. What it does is, when you load the page you just see the Google logo, the search box, Google search and I’m Feeling Lucky button and the language options (if any). Now if you just move your mouse a little, BINGO, the usual google interface fades in.
Bing has signed a deal with News Corp which gives them access to their content. It should not be really all that important except that News Corp only a few weeks ago had sent out feelers that they were about to de-list their websites from Google Search. This will probably start another round of the […]
Google has announced a a new web tool called Image Swirl. It allows a user to search for similar images with the functionalities of Wonder Wheel. We had reviewed Wonder Wheel over two months ago and found it quite useful especially if while searching for something, one search leads to another and you want to […]
Most people who use search engines often use it for looking up local information. Google Search is quite handy to look up phone numbers for restaurants, hospitals and other important details you might require. But what if I did not have access to the internet. Well I can always call up a friend and request […]
Yesterday I wrote about Google trying to help people search for music with Google Music Search. I wondered about other search engines and how good they were while handling music related search queries. This is when I came across an article online which was announcing how Yahoo Search was also a great way to search […]
On Wednesday, Google added a new feature to its search results called “Quick View” that would enable the users to view formatted PDF files in Google Docs. Earlier, the PDF files could only be viewed in HTML format and also, they lost much of the formatting, but now the users can view the formatted PDF […]
Just like Flashnote, “Everything” is another must have windows utility that can help you easily locate any files or folders in your windows PC on real time basis. All you need to do is install Everything and put the initials of the file name you want to search and all the files will be listed […]
Facebook has started to test new versions of its Search that will take a deeper into content than just profiles. The experiment is being done with just a fraction of the people on Facebook, so it is likely that you will not see the new layouts for search results and its features this soon.