Google, as you know, has a built-in calculator that can solve complex maths equations and can also help you perform measurement and currency conversions. For instance, you could say “310 USD in NGN” to get the exchange rate of Nigeria NGN.
The more interesting part, that some of us aren’t probably aware of, is that Google’s calculator can even handle multiple currencies in the same conversion. To give you an example, if you were into numismatics, you could add your Euors and USD, even subtract a British pound and get the value of your currency collection in Nigeria Naira in the one search query.
How? see below
So yes, Google is badder than you think……
Google added flight information to Web search results. It launched Google Flight Search in September for select U.S. cities. Google flight search is a feature that helps you explore air travel options for a number of cities, and plan your trip with just a few clicks of the mouse.Google Flight Search is powered by technology and expertise from Google’s acquisition of ITA Software in 2010, a service that boasted a list of clients including airline websites and booking services like Orbitz and Kayak.
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Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Discover all sorts of content that’s related to a specific image. Just specify an image, and you’ll find other similar or related images as well as relevant results from across the Web. For example, search using a picture of your favorite band and see search results that might include similar images, webpages about the band, and even sites that include the same picture.
How to search
Google gravity is not new since it has been launched almost 2 years ago however its worth to say this is very interesting. You can use Google Gravity to search the web. Google Gravity turns of search experience into a fun filled playful one. You can play with the elements in Google Gravity, like the Google logo or the search box or links. You can drag them and throw them or do whatever you want.
- Visit http://www.google.com/.
- Turn off the Google Instant Search
- Type in Google Gravity into the search box.
- Click on I’m Feeling Lucky button.
- Move the mouse.
- You can start play with Google Gravity
The historic NeXT computer used by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, on display in the Microcosm exhibition at CERN. It was the first web server, hypermedia browser and web editor.
Berners-Lee created a browser-editor with the goal of developing a tool to make the Web a creative space to share and edit information and build a common hypertext. What should they call this new browser: The Mine of Information? The Information Mesh? When they settled on a name in May 1990, it was the WorldWideWeb and It was August 6, 1991, at a CERN facility in the Swiss Alps, when 36-year-old physicist Tim Berners-Lee published the first-ever website. It was, not surprisingly, a pretty basic one — according to CERN.
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Have you ever been stuck with references and research on somethings and you saw a website and now you need similar websites that has almost the same information or do the same things? and worst off, your search engine is not helping matter because the rankings does give you what you want? Well i think i have something that can work for you, Its a search engine like website that helps you find similar sites and shows you % of similariry. Its http://www.similarsites.com/.
Do you know that Google is 12 years this year 2010? September to be precise and the search giant is still a giant. read about google from the early days at stanford here
Quoted from the service page “Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows results as you type. We are pushing the limits of our technology and infrastructure to help you get better search results, faster. Our key technical insight was that people type slowly, but read quickly, typically taking 300 milliseconds between keystrokes, but only 30 milliseconds (a tenth of the time!) to glance at another part of the page. This means that you can scan a results page while you type“.