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Google Launches Streamlined Image Search

January 24, 2013
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Like how Google Image Search works on a tablet? Good news, then. That simplified experience is coming to Google Images on the desktop. Currently, viewing an image through Google Image Search is a multistep process. You do the search, see several images and can hover to get a slightly larger thumbnail. If you want to see a larger version of the image, you have to click on the image, which brings up a bigger version superimposed over the actual web page the image is from....

 

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