Instant Search

September 8, 2010 by USA Post 

Instant Search, Google has been testing an instant search feature. That means that search results should appear as the user, changing dynamically as the user continues typing.

A Google spokesman did not confirm or deny the test.

However, a source close to Google confirmed the veracity of the video Ousbey, noting that the test is performed on a limited basis. But he said it is not known whether the experiment will become a new feature offered to all Google users.

Yankee Groupanlyst Zeus Kerravala noted that an instant search feature would put a lot of tension in the Google system. Google has said it handles about one billion searches per day. If the company suddenly had to produce dynamic changes in search results on top of already heavy burden, could put too much pressure on computer systems running in the background.

“I think initially [add a lot of stress system] so he could face some short-term pain to achieve long-term gain,” said Kerravala. “Google has built a tremendously robust infrastructure. And my guess is that with their resources, however, if [the] new feature became a huge success, other search engines have a hard time keeping up.”

Industryanlysts have said for months that the ongoing battle for share of Google search with Microsoft ‘s search engine is producing Bing continuing waves of innovation.

Google, for example, unveiled real-time search in recent months, along with personalized search results, glasses and Google, a search based on photos.

Severalanlysts have said they expect this wave of innovation Computerworld search to last well into 2011 as the two companies compete for a share of the lucrative search market.

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