Google introduces "Caffeine" search engine

August 12, 2009

In a post yesterday on their Webmaster Central blog, Google announced a major upgrade to their search engine architecture. Nicknamed Caffeine, the new search engine promises to increase index size, improve the speed of search engine queries, and change the value of search engine rankings. Some individuals suggest that the changes made may have negative implications for businesses that rely on Google-generated traffic, as the new architecture could change how companies rank in search engine results.  ComputerWorld  |   PC World