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Google confirms testing ‘more results’ for Search

According to a report in searchengineland.com on Tuesday, it seems to be visible to many while searching "Google"

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Google is officially testing and refining the “more results” button to load more search results on the same page instead of making searchers click to the next page.

According to a report in searchengineland.com on Tuesday, it seems to be visible to many while searching “Google” on their smartphones Danny Sullivan of Google also confirmed on Twitter that this test has been running for the past few days.

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“We’ve been testing that and trying it with more people now,” he tweeted. Google first tested the “more results” button in December last year, in a more limited fashion, displaying fewer search results on the mobile pages giving an option to click on a button labeled “more results.”

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“Looks like Google is very frequently testing new user interfaces for better results,” the report said. IANS

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Google Expands Its Advanced Location Tracking System to the US

The location is computed on the device and delivered directly to emergency providers only when you explicitly call an emergency number.

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Google is expanding its advanced location tracking feature for Android called “Emergency Location Service (ELS)” to the US.

Launched in 2016 and is currently available in 14 countries (excluding India), ELS provides accurate locations both indoors and outdoors by using a combination of GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile networks and sensors.

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The location tracking service is compatible with Android version 4.0 and above.

“Google is deploying ELS in the US, including the Virgin Islands, in partnership with emergency technology company RapidSOS and wireless service providers T-Mobile and West,” Jen Chai, Product Manager, Android, Google wrote in a blog-post late on Wednesday.

“Wireless providers like T-Mobile have existing ways to share emergency locations with emergency centers, but this integration with ELS will help deliver higher accuracy locations faster than before,” Chai wrote.

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Launched in 2016 and is currently available in 14 countries (excluding India) Wikimedia Coomons

Since the launch of ELS around the world, the most observed impact of the feature has been in critical, emergency situations by shortening emergency response times.

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“You don’t need to install a separate app, update your OS, or have special hardware to benefit from more accurate location. The location is computed on the device and delivered directly to emergency providers only when you explicitly call an emergency number,” Chai added.

The location tracking service is compatible with Android version 4.0 and above. (IANS)

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