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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Google Rolls Out First Panda Refresh of 2013
January 23, 2013
From Search Engine Watch
Beware the Panda. According to a tweet from the official @Google Twitter account yesterday morning, a new data refresh was rolled out. This update, according to the notice, should only affect 1.2 percent of English language queries. No other information is available so far.
Google Removes 'Make Me Asian' App After Protests of Racism
January 22, 2013
"Make Me Asian," an app that allowed users to slant their eyes and don a rice paddy hat, received much backlash over its stereotypical depictions. On Thursday, Google pulled the app from its Play Store after thousands signed an online petition calling for its removal. App developer Kimbery Deiss created the face-changing application which yellowed users' skin and decorated faces with a Fu Manchu mustache. "You can for a few seconds to make (yourself) a Chinese, Japanese, Korean or any other Asians," the description said, according to CNN.