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Google Feeds More Personal Data Into Search Trials

December 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Google has updated its search experiments — and you can still get in on the field trial if you want to — to integrate personal information stored in a user’s Gmail and Google Drive accounts into a traditional Google search. That means users will have more tailored experiences and will be able to access important information more quickly. It also may give Google more leverage with advertisers.

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