Google’s next major update to its search engine, version 20.1, is due out on March 9.
According to Google, the biggest change is a “major shift” in how the search engine displays content.
The big change is that when you search for something, the results will now include links to articles in Google News.
Google has already announced that it will remove the “Google News” section from its search results, but the news feed of Google will still show all the links that have been clicked on.
Google’s own search results will still include links.
Google is currently planning to roll out a feature called “news aggregator” that will allow users to “find and share stories from all around the web,” including on social media platforms.
As of right now, the “new news aggregator feature” is limited to Google News, which is currently the most popular news source for Google searches.
However, Google is also working on adding more news sources, including The New York Times, CNN, Reuters, the BBC, and more.
Google has also announced that new updates to Google Search will include a “mobile search” feature that will bring search results to the mobile devices that are already using Google.
The new mobile search feature will allow Google users to search for articles in the News Feed.