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AutoPagerize is a must-have Greasemonkey script for multi-page search results

While Lee already mentioned AutoPagerize as one item in a round-up of Chrome Userscripts, it's such a handy userscript that I decided it warrants its own post. Lee wrote about AutoPagerize back in September 2009. Now, almost one year later, the userscript is still going strong. It was updated in March of this year, and it now has a dedicated version for Chrome. Its function is as simple as it is...

Google adds app search to Google Mobile on Android and iPhone

Google just got a lot smarter about the way it handles searches for apps on Android and iPhone. Now, when you enter a keyword that suggests you're looking for an app, you'll get results from the iPhone App Store or the Android Market, depending on the device you're searching for. This works with app names and keywords like "download" and "app." This is great for those times when you don't know...

Hate the new Google look? Change it back with a Userscript.

There may be all kinds of sound reasoning behind the changes Google recently rolled out to their search interface, but that doesn't mean everyone likes the new look. If you count yourself among those who wish they'd stuck with the more spartan design, it's easy to bring back. There are several new userscripts that have been posted to strip the left sidebar from Google's search results page....

Google's stars let you save your favorite search results

Oh my gosh, Google is full of stars! The popular icons that started as a way to mark messages in Gmail have spread into Google Reader and Google News, and now they're finally shooting into Google's search results! With Google offering the ability to mark your favorite sites and have them come up first in related searches, I think your browser's bookmark feature may have just become obsolete. ...

Google takes on the realtime web with realtime search

At Google's big Search Event today, realtime search took center stage. After announcing partnerships with Twitter and Facebook a little over month ago, Google has put together a system that delivers relevant results from the realtime web. Some users can already test it for themselves by picking "latest" in the "show options panel" on Google.com. Realtime search draws from Twitter, Facebook,...

Google's personalized search now works even when you're not signed in

For a while now, Google has been using the search histories of its logged-in users to deliver better results through its Personalized Search feature. This convenient - or creepy, depending on your perspective - service is now available even to logged-out users. If you're not logged in, though, where does Google save your search history? In an anonymous cookie, it turns out, with a Twinkie-esque...

Google now offers Translated Search, for results from any language

Google just brought its search and translation products together in a useful new way, delivering search results from sites in any language. Sometimes the best results for a particular search just aren't in English, but now Google can find them for you anyway and deliver a translation. It even picks the relevant language automatically. For example, if you wanted to find a restaurant in Paris,...

Yahoo! pumps up search with Search Assist

Hot on the tail of Google and Mahalo, Yahoo! aims to help searchers get to where they want faster. The goal of Yahoo! OneSearch is "to get things done." Now Yahoo! has integrated a little feature called Search Assist. Yahoo!'s integrated a real time query suggestion tool earlier this year that helped users refine search queries. With the newly launched Search Assist from Yahoo!, they are...

Google's Second Quarter Financials coming soon

Dying to know what Google's business was like the past while? With the search monsters track record we know to expect some goodness, that said, Google will be holding their quarterly conference call to discuss the pile of cash they've made. How has the news of the Postini security acquisition affected things? Or the finalization of the GrandCentral buyout? YouTube hooking with LG? FeedBurners...

Calacanis launches human based search engine, Mahalo

Jason Calacanis, the man behind the Weblogs Inc empire, (that this blog is a part of) has officially announced his latest project, Mahalo, and its main goal is to help people - a lot. Jason has kept a great number of people itching to know what he's been working on during his Entrepreneur in Action at Sequoia Capital and the news was dropped today at the Wall Street Journal's D conference. ...

Google Search gets a facelift

A little nip-and-tuck has gone on at Google Search recently. As we mentioned yesterday in the Googleholic, Google has been testing a slight rework for their search interface and we had a Javascript workaround to see it. The rework is now evident when visiting Google.com. Nothing too major has gone on and it still closely resembles your favorite search location, but with some added freshness....

Yahoo! ads begin eBay auction invasion

eBay sellers this week have discovered one of the first major results of the handshake between Yahoo! and eBay that happened back in May: targeted ads that appear (for now) only on search result pages that yield no items. Apparently, many of the sellers who complained to eBay had no prior knowledge these ads were being introduced, but eBay's North American president Bill Cobb stated in May that...