Julia Roberts might type "Where can I get Mystic Pizza?" into a search bar, but two words she'll never enter into a search engine are "Julia Roberts."
In a recent interview, Julia revealed that although she might eat, pray, or love, she never Googles herself:
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Maria Sharapova just won herself a new title and she didn't have to do a darn thing!
She is 2012's most "Bing"-ed athlete!
The 25-year-old tennis star not only was the most searched for female athlete on the Microsoft search engine, she was the number four overall searched athlete on Bing.
Why was she searched so much??
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We were REALLY excited when we first heard about this…until we realized that it's missing one key feature: the ability to erase unwanted/embarrassing search results.
Here's what Google had to say about their new tool Me on the Web:
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Google is making traveling easier with the click of a button!
Now when you search a destination, Google will reveal which airlines serve that specific route and when they fly.
In the example above, we searched "Flights from Los Angeles to Las Vegas" and were greeted with an abundant amount of options available through June 2.
Tabs allow the list to be specified by non-stop flights to the destination, as well as any destination from that airport. Pretty nifty, right?
This is only a taste of what's to come too because the company has apparently spent $700 million on travel search software developer ITA Software, which hasn't even come into play yet.
We can't wait to see what else Google has up their sleeves in the coming months!
Did U like the new flight schedule feature the search engine has provided?
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Nutrition just got easier!
A new startup recipe search engine called Foodily will determine the nutrition information for almost any recipe on the internet.
You can also search for specific types of food you want (i.e. “low fat,” “low carb,” “high fiber,” etc.)
All of the data comes from USDA’s nutritional database, so you know it’s legit.
This is for real awesome! Making smart food choices will be way easier!
[Image via AP Images.]
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