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Pinterest is taking a step further in AI inclusivity by releasing a new hair pattern search feature for Black, Brown, and Latinx Pinners.
Facebook introduces new Space Jam chat theme, an emoji search bar for finding your favorite emojis more easily and a recent reaction feature.
Brave last week announced Brave Search, its own search engine that promises privacy-preserving search built on its own index.
Almost two years after rolling out a DM search bar on iOS, Twitter has announced it's bringing the feature to Android as well.
Google has started testing a feature that provides information about search results - letting users get more context about them.
Google is bringing messaging capabilities and customer insights on Google Maps and Search to help businesses answer questions from the public.
Spotify now allows users to search for songs by its lyrics, something that Apple Music users have enjoyed for a couple of years.
Following the launch of activity cards last year, Google is now updating them to focus on jobs, recipes, and online shopping.
Google is bringing a new shopping section to mobile Search in the U.S., featuring clothes, shoes, and accessories from across the web.
Facebook announced that ads in Search Results are now available to all advertisers; new campaigns using Automatic Placements will automatically include the placement by default.
YouTube has announced new search filters in YouTube Studio that allow creators to find and respond to comments more easily.