Google Real-time search is a fact!
The printing press changed the communication from one-to-one to one-to-many. The web brings it to many-to-many. Google has real-time search . We can make a strong point stating that Google has 11 years of experience with ranking based on relevance, not just based on sort-by-date. To get to real-time search, you’ll click the “Show options” link above the search results. Then you’ll see a “Latest” option.
Visiting MapQuest.com will now mean automatic location detection for Android users with GPS-enabled devices. As long as GPS hasn't been disabled for m.mapquest.com, users will be prompted to use "Current Location" instead of needing to manually type in an address.
The update is for devices using Android 1.1 or higher. There is support for Google Gears, but it will still work on Android 2.0 or higher, which does not use Google Gears.
Lately, data has been showing that Android has been growing at a nice pace. It's smart for entities such as MapQuest to innovate for the increasingly popular mobile OS.
Nielsen Online has released their search rankings for November 2009. Things remain awesome for Google and Ask.com saw a hop. But Bing gained the most, increasing by an entire percentage point from October. Meanwhile, Yahoo! was down 0.1% and AOL was down 0.2% month-over-month.