Finally, Google will have the option of real-time search and has named it Goggles. This new service is a great advantage and a great benefit for all users, since we will have the latest updates on any topic without having to waste time looking for the latest dates and browsing from page to page to search the freshest information.
Google’s real-time search engine will be available soon and will be based on sites where the information is generated at the moment, such as the Twitter micro-blog. I do not know if this function will be available in its Spanish version simultaneously, what is already a certainty is that Google finally adapts to the needs of the speed of information in real time, which so many users currently experience on social networks like Twitter as well as with RSS readers and many other sites like Alltop and LazyFeed .
Among the highlights of Google’s real-time search engine is the certainty of finding the latest news, for example, about a natural catastrophe or the results of government elections in any country. For example, the activities of the world’s personalities, such as “Barack Obama”, will be updated minute by minute in the “latest results” area, pulling information from sites such as Twitter, Yahoo Answers , articles in the news media, Web pages and blogs, among other resources. By “clicking” on “pause” the information will automatically stop flowing in real time to focus attention on our objective.
As explained by The Next Web blog , Google real time will inform us of the most mentioned topics of the moment (“Tepic trends”) in a very similar way to Twitter. We will find a button labeled “latest” along with those of “day” and “hour”, as well as we will have the possibility of filtering information and its sources to facilitate and personalize our searches. It should be noted that this new real-time search engine will also work with Android phones and iPhones immediately.
There is no doubt that the way we inform ourselves continues to revolutionize the Internet, changing the way we live and work, and as expected, Google has responded to the needs of the immediacy of user information.