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Google expands in-depth article search results, makes it easier to explore relevant topics

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
December 6, 2013
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When Google introduced the in-depth article search results section, the company gave voracious readers a great way to look for weekend reading spree fodder. Today, Mountain View is making it even easier to scour the internet by adding a "More in-depth articles" link at the bottom, which reveals up to 10 more lengthy pieces you can sink your teeth into. If that's not enough, you can find even more things to read by clicking the new links below each result that lets you explore relevant topics. These two features will soon pop up (if they haven't yet) for English users, but there's no word on whether they'll also roll out for other languages.

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