Google shows experimental "timeline view" in search results

Todd Mintz reports that when you make a query [albert einstein] on Google.com, the search results page is now showing “timeline view,” which was previously only available as an opt-in experiment in Google Labs. Clicking the “More timeline results” in the main search results leads to a page with much more historical data about your query […]

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Todd Mintz reports that when you make a query [albert einstein] on Google.com, the search results page is now showing “timeline view,” which was previously only available as an opt-in experiment in Google Labs. Clicking the “More timeline results” in the main search results leads to a page with much more historical data about your query that Google says comes from their News Archive search service.

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