Google search is about to get way more personal, and in a very big way. They certainly want to pick more market share from Microsoft Bing and crush that empire. Google has a vision to dominate and rule as a monopolist, simply by having the best technology – this is not a bad way of becoming one, though.
In a change that’s been called the “most radical transformation ever” to Google’s search engine, the Mountain View, California, company on Tuesday announced an update called “Search, plus Your World,” which causes Google’s robots to incorporate data from its social network as well as the public Internet when delivering search results to people.
“Search is pretty amazing at finding that one needle in a haystack of billions of Web pages, images, videos, news and much more,” Google said in a blog post on Tuesday morning.
“But clearly, that isn’t enough. You should also be able to find your own stuff on the Web, the people you know and things they’ve shared with you, as well as the people you don’t know but might want to … all from one search box.”
The company added: “Search is simply better with your world in it.” And it is getting better, daily, with that G+ robot moving around!