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Search Engines

Google Search by Image

Google Search by Image
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Google continues to evolve the core of its search engine, this time offering the ability to search by starting with an existing image on the web, or uploading one from your computer.

SEOLOL

SEOLOL

Get a glimpse into some of the strangest, dumbest, and downright funniest search queries, all from real people, through the magic of search engine sample data. Our favorite: “Get Rid of Friendly Ghost.”

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Google Chrome Speed Tests

Google Chrome Speed Tests

Google has released a new beta for Chrome and has brought the browser’s speed to life with a series of unconventional speed tests; specifically, comparisons to lightning, sound and a potato.

Yahoo Answers About Beer

Yahoo Answers About Beer

We have seen quite a few reasonable exchanges on Yahoo Answers, but this answer about exploding beer in the microwave is probably the best one we’ve ever seen. Ever.

Bing Maps x Photosynth

Bing Maps x Photosynth

Microsoft introduces Photosynth to Bing Maps with its own version of street level view; we actually prefer it over Google, as it boasts higher quality images and feels much more 3D.

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