Google Adds Caffeine for More Up-to-date Results

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Thu, Jun 10th, 2010 19:50 by capnasty NEWS

When Google started, it would update its index only every four months. Around 2000, it started indexing every month in a process called the Google-Dance that took a week to 10 days, producing different results when searching for the same term from different Google data centres. Now, PC World reports, Google has introduced a new web indexing system called Caffeine: it delivers results that are closer to 'live' by analyzing the web in small portions and updating the index on a continuous basis.

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