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According to News Tom’s Guide (This article and its images were originally posted on News Tom’s Guide September 24, 2018 at 05:05PM.)
At an event in San Francisco, Google announced a number of changes to its search engine. The big takeaway is that Google search is getting a lot more visual, and that the company wants to bring relevant content to the forefront.
Google also isn’t shy about copying features that work for social networking platforms, such as Stories. Credit: Google
The most significant new feature is a new “Discover” news feed that will appear below the default Google search bar on mobile browsers. Like Facebook’s news feed, Discover will show “relevant” content, rather prioritizing chronological order. Content will appear based on your engagement and browsing history.
Discover will come with a slider that you can use to increase or decrease the amount of news you’re seeing. Bilingual users will be able to see Spanish items as well as those in English.
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