Google Israel helps upgrade social search

Google Israel helps upgrade social search

Here’s another look at the Google+ upgrades and the role of the Google Israel in the latest launch. "This is a significant launch, and can be viewed as a natural extension of our activities in the field of search: How to bring users to the content of interest to them in the most relevant and effective way," explains Yossi Matias, who heads the Israeli R&D center.

Read more about Google Israel's role in improving Google+ at calcalist.co.il (in Hebrew)

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