Monday, May 21, 2007

Google Patent Applications Point To PageRank Changes -- Google Patents -- InformationWeek

Some potential clues about what's next for Google search; see the article for mroe details 

Recent patent applications filed by Google shows that the online search leader is working to soup up its search algorithm to provide more detailed and targeted results. Those improvements could lead to improved media search and dynamic content, according to a search engine expert who discussed the findings at this week's Enterprise Search Summit meeting in New York and in a Wall Street analyst report.

Stephen E. Arnold, managing director of Arnold IT and the author of a book on Google, said his analysis of recent patents filed by Google indicate the search engine company will be able to increase its dominance of the search market and dash predictions that competitors like Microsoft and Yahoo will whittle away at the firm's lead.

Source: Google Patent Applications Point To PageRank Changes -- Google Patents -- InformationWeek

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