Generally people search to find the right answers or to deepen their knowledge on a subject. Not on Google Squared.
People using the new search tool should be prepared to be misinformed. Google should be prepared for a few complaints.
Google Squared was launched on Thursday with the product's manager, Alex Komoroske, admitting the technology "is by no means perfect", which some testing the tool would say is an understatement. So far the technology looks like it will cause users more trouble than its worth.
Google Squared is designed to allow users to research a subject without visiting many different web sites. Search results are delivered in a table, which users can then compare side by side.
However, so far the tool has pronounced both Prince William and Prince Charles dead.
A search for 'UK national papers' lists the Guardian as a tabloid while the Times maintains its status as a broadsheet. The Express is apparently a mix of student books, audio tapes and CDs. The Metro is a movie.
A search for 'Social Network' lists the MySpace owner as Facebook Will Win for Now while Facebook is owned by mario. Luckily Google knows that it owns YouTube and the tool correctly lists Flickr as Yahoo's.
A search for Good Camera Phones prices the Motorola Razr V3 at a bargain price of $3.45.
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