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Employment seekers can now use Google Search to pull job ads from across the web.
Users can now to get more information about the objects that appear in Bing's image search results.
Estimates of her golden parachute compensation range from $112 million to $187 million; she banked more than $200 million during her five-year tenure.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google says it will downgrade the search rank of websites that show a clear pattern of distributing fake news, hate speech or deliberately misleading information.
The feature is currently available only on Google search app for Android and mobile web. However, Google will release it on other platforms later this year.
A new label will let users more easily identify articles that contain fact-checked content rather as opposed to unverified or even "fake news" reports posted on the internet.
Google says it is making progress in eliminating fake business listings on Google maps and Search, but claims that less the 0.5 percent of search results lead to phony listings.
Google is letting webmasters know that there are multiple factors can affect how efficiently Googlebot crawls a site, company says. Efficient crawling improves website indexing and a site's visibility in Google Search.
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