Sometimes our Google searches get cluttered up with results we know we don't want, but Apartment Therapy Tech pinpointed a simple solution for that: prepend the search term you want to exclude with a dash.
Google recently updated their search results format, again moving the link for cached page access somewhere else. Now it hides in a convenient menu next to the page's URL. Just click it and you can select the cache page, share the link, and find similar results.
Chrome: Often times you visit a page, close it, and need to find it again later in the day or week. You search for hours and still can't find, only to give up frustrated. Archify seeks to solve that problem by tracking your browsing history across computers and providing a searchable database of content.
It's easy to find popular products, but sometimes you want something different than the mainstream option. Finding a good alternative isn't always easy, but Redditor wellnhoferia found a simple trick for discovering popular alternative products: Google autocomplete.
Your search results can paint a picture of who you are to prospective employers, and if those results contain a number of negative items it can hurt your chances. Online reputation-correcting web app Brand Yourself crunched some numbers and found out which sites did the best job at improving how you appear in Google.
Today Google released a new convenience feature for mobile search that allows you quick access to recent location searches any time you visit Google.com on your phone or tablet. All you have to do is tap the new Recent button to find what you've searched for on another computer or device. This is handy if you're…
Business cards have long been the way we've shared our professional contact information with others, but thanks to the internet and smartphone apps, their importance is dying out. It may be time to let go of the printed business card and put our focus on newer, more relevant tools.
! Google's Search app just received a nice update for iPad, bringing some nice interface enhancements. This includes Google Instant, which is better late than never, but you'll probably find the other stuff more exciting. For example, you can load a web page in a side tab after you search and then swipe back to your…
For those new to the internet, search can be a little intimidating. To perform better web searches, you need to know a little bit about how a search engine thinks. Here are a few tips to help you better find what you're looking for.
You want to look up movie showtimes and you want to do it quickly. Google provides a quick search shortcut that lets you grab showtimes for specific movies. All you have to do is add
movie: before the name of the movie and you'll be taken right to the information you're after.
Chrome: With 77% of you feeling that Google's search results are less useful lately, you can help yourself improve them with Blacklist, a Chrome extension that prevents spam search results from every showing up again.
Google searches are pretty smart and tend to be relevant to your search terms, but if you want to get really specific you can specify the proximity of your search terms with the undocumented AROUND operator.