Google introduces real-time search

December 9, 2009

Google Inc. announced Monday a new service called "real-time search," in which Google lists on the usual search results page real-time results as the search engine picks them up, thus updating the results page in real-time. Such results will include traditional Web pages and posts from Twitter users. Google has also struck deals with Facebook and MySpace whereby the social networks will provide Google with feeds of user updates for inclusion in the real-time results. Globe and Mail