Google adds a 34-button scientific calculator to its search engine
Some people say that Google secretly owns the internet; Google has put its efforts in proving it right. The search giant recently added a scientific calculator in its list of features and next time, you need to do a quick calculation, you can head to Google.
The company's new 34-button calculator appears the moment you type in the word "calculator" or mathematical expressions say "4x5" into the search box.
The calculator gives users ability to do everything from arithmetic to trigonometric calculations. The calculator has functions for calculating sines, cosines, square roots and tangents as well as also dedicated buttons for Pi and Euler's number.
Not just this, Users can also use Google's voice search feature -- found in mobile version and in Chrome browser -- to do calculations without actually touching keyboard.
The search giant had yesterday announced the rolling out of its Panda algorithm update (version 3.9) via its official Twitter account. Google Panda, which initially launched in February 2011, is aimed to lower the ranks of low quality websites and list high quality sites close to the top of the search results.
Google has implemented quite a few features with regards to its searches, one of them being Knowledge Graph launched in May. Knowledge Graph aims at providing users with more relevant and in-depth results for search queries. The idea was to get more accurate results in fewer clicks, while keeping the relevancy intact.