Those murmurs that Google was retooling its services for kids? Yep, they're real. The search giant tells USA Today that it's creating versions of its products for the 12-and-under crowd, with plans to start launching them in 2015. The company isn't saying just what content will get the child-friendly treatment, but it's most likely to involve things with a broad appeal, such as YouTube. There are hints that it might also prioritize search results for things kids expect. A search for "trains," for example, may put more emphasis on Thomas the Tank Engine than mass transit.