Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Google suspends the "real time" search engine

Google announced Tuesday JULY 5, he had temporarily disabled the "real time" of its search engine, due to the expiration of a contract which bound him for almost two years of Twitter services. "Since October 2009, we had a deal with Twitter to include their news in our search results through a special feed, and this agreement expired on July 2," said a spokesman in a statement.

Besides Twitter, Google "Realtime" included, other streams of social networks including MySpace and Facebook, and Google News, raised the specialized site SearchEngineLand. Twitter is for its part under contract with the Bing Microsoft.

Google said that some information of Twitter could "still be found on Google." On one of his accounts Twitter, Google has elsewhere stated: "We have temporarily disabled Google.Com-Realtime." "We are studying how to incorporate Google + with this feature," he added.

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