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Google Wants to Answer the Questions You Haven't Even Asked Yet

  • Tech giant unveils new features deepening ways to use search
  • Google is under fire from some politicians for being too big
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The Privacy Concerns Surrounding Google's Chrome Update

For two decades, typing a line of text into a blank search bar was the way almost everyone interacted with Google. Now the company is taking an even more active role in leading users around the internet.

The search giant announced a raft of new features at an event Monday to celebrate its 20th anniversary. A Facebook-like newsfeed populated with videos and articles the company thinks an individual user would find interesting will now show up on the Google home page just below the search bar on all mobile web browsers.