Video: Apple's Steve Jobs on Google at D8
In this clip of Apple's Steve Jobs, interviewed at this weeks D8: All Things Digital conference, the Cupertino maestro discusses rivals Google. Denying that Google services are to be removed from future iPhone models, he does admit to seeing…
Android 3.0 "Gingerbread" to launch in Q4 2010?
While the tech world waits with baited breath for news on Android 2.2 at Google's I/O conference, it seems plans are already well under way for version 3.0. Head on over to the WebM media project page FAQ, unveiled by…
Gmail trademark dispute settled in the UK
Google's Googlemail email service is to revert back to its previous name Gmail in the UK after the search giants finally settled an ongoing trademark dispute. Until the mid 00s, UK users called the service Gmail along with the rest…
Turn-by-turn navigation rolled out to UK Android phones
US readers may already be revelling in the delights of turn-by-turn navigation on their Android handsets, but now UK Android phone owners can do a celebratory little robot dance too as it's been rolled out now to us Brits…
Two thirds consider Google Street View an intrusion of privacy
While Google may see their photo-mapping app Street View as for the navigational good of all mankind, it seems Joe Public are a little more wary of the search giant's technology. With 95% of the UK to be mapped by…
Google planning to map the entirety of the UK using Google Maps Street View
Nat King Cole may have "often walked down the street before", but he could never of dreamed of planning his route on a fancy mobile phone using Google's amazing Street View service. Google now have announced plans to map every…
How to: search the Internet using Google and find exactly what you're looking for
Welcome to the Tech Digest guide to online search.
This guide will:
- focus on some Google standards (the basics);
- take a look at some of Google’s new search tools;
- cover some more advanced/niche uses for Google;
- offer some alternatives to Google search.
Though Google has an incredible array of advanced options (see next section), usually some very basic ideas will get you a long way.
Find all words
Type in two or more words to search for, separated by spaces, to find web pages with all of those words.
apple microsoft finds any page referencing both “apple” and “microsoft”