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NASA’s database search means an easier time for your space-image exploration

NASA’s database search means an easier time for your space-image exploration On Tuesday, NASA launched a searchable database covering the agency’s best photos, graphics, videos and even audio files of space exploration.More than 140,000 assets are available from the new search engine and NASA says more will be added to the database on a regular basis.

The new Search app for iOS app includes Gboard, Google’s third-party keyboard

The new Search app for iOS app includes Gboard, Google’s third-party keyboard Starting this week, the Google Search app for iOS now includes Google’s third-party Gboard as part of its download — you will see the option to enable Gboard in the Google app’s settings.More: Google updates iPhone Search app with a smarter Google Now and customized alerts Gboard, Google’s third-party keyboard for iOS, already boasts an impressive number of features.

Looking to get in shape for spring? Google Maps and Search can help

Looking to get in shape for spring? Google Maps and Search can help Here to help is Google, which is encouraging users everywhere to “shake off those winter blues and spring into shape.directly via Google Maps, Google Search, and the Reserve with Google website.

You can now search for Snapchat Stories thanks to advanced machine learning

You can now search for Snapchat Stories thanks to advanced machine learning If browsing through your friends’ (and some strangers’) self-documented experiences via Snapchat Stories isn’t enough to satisfy your penchant for vicarious living, then perhaps the ability to search for specific uploads will help.On Friday, the social media platform announced “a new way to understand what’s happening in Snaps that are submitted to Our Story, and to create new Stories using advanced machine learning.

Clever web app obscures your browsing activity by visiting random pages

Clever web app obscures your browsing activity by visiting random pages That’s kind of what a new internet privacy web app called Internet Noise aims to do.In the aftermath of the United States House of Representatives’ decision to gut internet privacy rules, and allow companies to sell their customers’ personal information, programmer and activist Dan Schultz decided to do something about it — and set about coding.

Need a new ride? Here are the best places to buy a used car online

Need a new ride? Here are the best places to buy a used car online Rather, the site is a deep and extensive resource for anyone shopping for a used car.The site even touts its own webstore where you can buy diecast models, Hemmings apparel, collector car books, or a 2014 wall calendar.

Google rolls out new Fact Check feature for all Search and News results

Google rolls out new Fact Check feature for all Search and News results Now, although the election is over, the problem is fake news most certainly isn’t, and Google is expanding its efforts and rolling out Fact Check to Google Search and News around the world.That means that when you search for information using Google, you’ll see a bit of extra information about your results, like who made the claim, and the fact check of that particular claim, Google said.

Tweaks to Google’s image search allow you to buy items you see in photos

Tweaks to Google’s image search allow you to buy items you see in photos Along with looking up pictures for creating the latest memes, you can now use Google image search to go shopping.In an update to image search, Google has created a “Similar Items” system for the mobile web and Android Search app.

Google is helping you stay stylish, thanks to tweak to its Image search results

Google is helping you stay stylish, thanks to tweak to its Image search results In image searches for fashion-related products, Google will now be offering “style ideas” in both the Google Android app and on mobile browsers.For example, if you search for a Zara bag on Google Images, Google will show a number of images of that product, then it will show a gallery of “inspirational lifestyle images and outfits” showcasing people using the bag.

You're definitely not the only person googling 'World War III'

You're definitely not the only person googling 'World War III' If you've Googled some terrifying things in the past week, you're not alone.Data from Google Trends shows that President Trump's recent military actions have instilled fear and curiosity throughout the world, sparking giant spike in online searches for the term — you guessed it — "World War III.

Internet Archive will ignore robots.txt files to maintain an accurate historical record

Internet Archive will ignore robots.txt files to maintain an accurate historical record The Internet Archive has announced that going forward, it will no longer conform to directives given by robots.These files are predominantly used to advise search engines on which portions of the page should be crawled and indexed to help facilitate search queries.

Google takes on fake news with search tool update

Google takes on fake news with search tool update Like a number of other prominent internet companies, Google is taking some steps to help combat the problem of phony but legitimate-looking content appearing in prominent positions in its search results.In an integrated effort to tackle the problem, Google is making changes to its search algorithm, as well as providing new tools for users to help improve it further in the future.

Best Google Easter eggs

Best Google Easter eggs Do the same with “roll a die” and you’ll get one through six.Super Mario Money: Search for “super mario bros” in Google Search, and you’ll get the usual list of relevant links.

Why haven't we found aliens yet?

Why haven't we found aliens yet? WHY HAVEN' TAll Analysis Liethe/ problemThe active Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has been ongoing for halfa century.The Rare Earthhypothesis argues that planets withcomplex life, like Earth.

Slack’s new search feature is powered by artificial intelligence

Slack’s new search feature is powered by artificial intelligence The work chat service is launching a new search function that basically uses machine learning to find more relevant information, and find it faster.The new feature was built by the Slack search learning and intelligence group, and shows Slack is following the lead of other major tech companies in adopting artificial intelligence.

Microsoft's Bing wants you to chat with search results

Microsoft's Bing wants you to chat with search results The conference schedule for Build, the company's upcoming developer conference, also features a session that mentions "you can add your custom bots to Bing," The Verge pointed out.Sources familiar with the company told The Verge that Microsoft is ready to further expand the feature.