Radical changes coming to Google homepage after 20 years

Radical changes coming to Google homepage after 20 years

Radical changes coming to Google homepage after 20 years

The Google Feed will continue to show you the things it always has, including news, sports and weather, but it's more about news now - sort of a Facebook feed without the crappy "news stories" about miracle cures that mad uncle Bill keeps sharing with you. Ben Gomes, who runs search at google, has said that the company has implemented a variety of changes to prevent similar misinformation from spreading in the feed.

He wrote: "With these updates to the feed, it's easier than ever to stay in the know about exactly the things you care about and see more content to inform, inspire and entertain you".

In addition, Google has also released developer guidelines to help developers format their event listings so users can more easily find them when looking for activities and events on Google.

While the feed isn't a shift in business model for the web giant, it does signal a turning point in how the largest web giants are continuing to compete for users' attention. This new feed is going to change the mobile app look by adding the cards, videos, and new stories.

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Google Feed will suggest links based on a user's Google search history as well as data from other Google services, such as YouTube, Gmail and Google Calendar, the company said.

Google's new news feed for its iOS and Android app.

Eliminating the "echo chamber" seems to be one of the functions of Google's new feed. While the feed may initially batch up news preferences, it makes up for it by allowing people to explore and follow interests, such as sports, technology, or business.

Google announced this development on Wednesday stressing that it was deploying further customisation to the feed, which took over from its Google Now personalisation in December, using the company's "advanced machine-learning algorithms". Instead, it wants to create another place to see a stream of relevant search results. If you want to delve deeper into a particular topic, you can tap the header of that card to access more related content and check facts.

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