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Seeking more traffic, Google widens format

At right, a sample of Google's new 'universal search' application, which blends video, images, news, books, maps, and local search results on one page. At right, a sample of Google's new "universal search" application, which blends video, images, news, books, maps, and local search results on one page.
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / May 17, 2007

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Google Inc., the world's most popular Internet search engine, introduced a "universal search" application yesterday that blends video, images, news, books, maps, and local search results -- all on one page. (Full article: 795 words)

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