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Google Images - Google Images is a research service owned by Search engines and introduced on July 12, 2001, that allows users to search the Internet for image content. The keywords for the image search are based on the filename of the image, the link text pointing to the image, and text adjacent to the image. When searching for an image, a thumbnail of each matching image is displayed. When the user clicks on a thumbnail, the image is played in a box over the website that it came from. The user may then near the box and browse the website, or view the full-sized image.The Search engines President, Eric Schmidt, mentioned that Google Images research was created because of the desire to view Jennifer Lopez in her exotic green Versace dress. In 2000, Google Search results were limited to simple pages of text with links, but the developers worked on establishing this further, realising that an image search was required to answer "the most popular search query" they'd seen to day: Jennifer Lopez's green dress. As a result of this, Google Image Research came to be.In 2001, two hundred fifity million images were indexed. In 2005, this expanded to 1 billion. By 2010, the index reached 10 billion images. As of July 2010, the service receives over one billion dollars views a day. Google released a sort by subject feature for a visual class scheme overview of research online query in May last year.
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At the begining of 2007, Google executed an updated user interface for the image search, where information about the image, such as resolution and URL, was hidden until the user moved the computer mouse over the thumbnail. This particular was discontinued after a few weeks.
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Google Images - On Oct 27, 2009, Google Pictures added a feature to its image search that can be used to find similar images.Upon July 20, 2010, Yahoo updated the user software again, hiding image details until mouse over, like before. This feature can be disabled by pushing "Ctrl + End" on one's keyboard and clicking "Switch to basic version".
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In June 2011, Google Images began to allow for reverse image searches directly in the search-bar (that is, with no thirdparty add on, including the one previously available for Mozilla Firefox). This feature allows users to search by dragging and dropping an image into the search-bar, uploading an image, selecting a URL, or 'right-clicking' on an image.Google Images has a Search by Image feature for performing reverse image searches. In contrast to traditional image retrieval, this feature removes the necessity to type in keywords and terms into the Google search box. Instead, users search by submitting an image as their query. Effects may include similar images, web results, pages with the, and different promises of the image.
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The precision of Search by Image's results is higher if the search image is more popular. Additionally , Google Search by Image will give you a "best guess with this image" based on the descriptive metadata of the results.