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  1. A new search tool from Google’s labs

    isaivani on June 10th, 2009

    Google has recently released a new tool known as “Google Squared”. It extracts data that you are looking for and shows results in an online spreadsheet-format. The square structures the unstructured data on the web. If you are curious about which mobile phones are the best, all you have to do is simply type “mobile” in the search box of Google squared and click the “square it’ button. It will return information in a spreadsheet format with names, images, description, weight, memory etc in columns and rows.

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    You can customize squares as per your desire. Remember common attributes for an item can be listed as columns in a square. You can delete the attributes that you don’t care about. If you want to expand your initial square you can use the add rows and add columns search boxes to see suggestions for other items and attributes that you can add to your square. You can also type your own items and attributes that you have in mind.

    You can also save your square and share it with your friends. If you are signed into your Google account, you can save a particular squared search, then get back to it later, and share it with your friends by simply copying the URL from the address bar of the square that you have created and send it to them.

    Like the Google square, a computational knowledge engine called Wolfram Alpha has came into the internet world. It is designed to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable to everyone. With Wolfram Alpha, you can calculate how many calories a man can burn if he swims for 30 minutes. The difference between the two is that Wolfram Alpha is simply based on its own database, while Google Squared gathers data from the entire web.

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