Google is rolling out the latest version to its search engine, Google News, as a part of a move to reduce spam and to boost search rankings.
Google News is one of the most popular search results for the search giant, with search queries around 1.5 trillion in 2017.
Search results in Google News have shown a drop in the number of duplicate results, but there has been a rise in page views.
The new version of Google News aims to bring Google News more in line with the rest of the search results, with the main aim of helping users find what they are looking for faster.
The company said in a blog post that the latest Google News version was released on Tuesday, which has the name Google News in the title.
The search engine company said that its search algorithm now uses the results from Google News to create more accurate search results.
“We have had a hard time over the past year of being inundated with fake and spam-filled search results,” the company said.
“Google News is a great tool for searching, but if we don’t get it right, it can make searching more difficult and frustrating for users.”
We have made a significant effort to get our search algorithm to improve over time, and the latest versions of Google news bring it closer to the rest,” Google said.
Another said: “It’s good for your brain. “
The best thing about Google news is that it’s a search engine that you don’t need to be a specialist in to get the best search results from,” one user wrote.
Another said: “It’s good for your brain.
Search engines do a good job of helping you figure out what to search for and how to find what you’re looking for.
Google said it had removed spam from Google.org and was also working to improve the search quality of the site.
The updated version of search results will now display more relevant search results that do not include terms that Google or its partners have previously banned.
It will also allow users to search more directly on the site, rather than having to navigate through Google.com or other search engines.
Google’s announcement comes after Google published a similar update to its own search engine last week, saying it had begun using its algorithm to make it more accurate for the vast majority of search queries.
Google said the latest search engine update had been rolled out for Google News users and that it had seen no evidence that it was affecting other search results at all.