technology

New feature will predict which page a user will choose and begin fetching its data – even before they have clicked on the link.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 14 june 2011



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This article titled “Google Instant Pages to speed web search” was written by Jemima Kiss, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 14th June 2011 17.42 UTC

Perhaps Google should change the wording of its “Guess it for me” button from “I’m feeling lucky” to “I’m feeling psychic”. The search giant has unveiled a new feature that will predict which page a user will choose from a list of search results and begin fetching its data – even before they have clicked on the link.

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