Thursday, 04 Jun, 2009 Technology

Google Squared Helps Arrange Your Search Results


The number one search engine, Google, launched a new search tool dubbed Google Squared . Instead of a list of search results, the new experimental service shows information obtained from a query in a framework that resembles a spreadsheet and called "square".

Through additional web search, one can create, alter and refine their "square". On a preview of the new tool in May, Google said: "Unlike a normal search engine, Google Squared doesn't find webpages about your topic - instead, it automatically fetches and organizes facts from across the Internet."

Google Squared may prove to be useful when a person wants to make multiple searches in order to find the necessary information. In a blog post, Google said that the tool helps users search the Web in order to discover required information, extract it and arrange in a more meaningful way.

"If your square isn't perfect at the beginning, it's easy to work with Google Squared to get a better answer," Google added. The tool is experimental and Google warned that it might not work perfectly enough yet.

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