Of all the first world problems that rattle our sensitive, effete internet brains each day, having to click between pages in a long article ranks high. It's eats up time! And Google agrees—so it's serving up one-page views.
This seems impossible. The thought of having to use a computer every single day without knowing how to keyboard search is maddening. And yet, according to a Google researcher, almost the entire human population lives this way.
It's 2011 and none of us have to go to college, or even high school, or really pass beyond a 5th grade reading level, because Google is a terrific brain-crutch. But how well can you crutch along the knowledge trail?
The Google streaming search results are here. Already leaked, and seen in the wild by users, the new Google search updates on-the-fly, as-you-type, without you having to hit the search button when you're done. They call it Google Instant.
Ask.com isn't quite getting the traction it needs to overpower Google in the search arena with the weird algorithm ads, so it's besting Google in another arena: privacy. By providing a tool called AskEraser, Ask will allow users to perform internet searches—googling, if you will—without storing any of the search…
Microsoft's Windows Live Search for Mobiles just went live last night, and we took it for a spin, comparing it to Google Maps for Mobile, which has traffic, maps local business searches and directions as well.