Mountain View, Calif. — Google wants to know “What Do You Love” — the name of a search-driven service aggregator at wdyl.com the corporation launched Tuesday.
“What Do You Love,” similar to Google’s homepage layout, allows its users to search their favorite interests and provides them with a list of over 20 results from its own services, including YouTube, Trends, Picasa and Alerts.
The service turns these results into a single web page, a tacit invitation for users to experiment with Google’s portfolio of products. At the bottom, a small window promises more to come.
Although the service bears Google’s copyright, the company hasn’t officially announced its newest development or mentioned it in its blogs. The project was revealed by TechCrunch. (TechCrunch)
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