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Continuous scrolling is now supported in Google Search on mobile devices

Search on Google's mobile platform will no longer use page-based user interfaces, according to the company, which is the world's largest search engine by market share.

According to Google, the majority of English-language mobile searches in the United States are gradually being upgraded to this new Search experience.


"When searching for something, it's common to find what you're looking for within the first few results; however, there are times when you'll want to dig a little deeper. Indeed, the vast majority of people who are looking for additional information will typically look through up to four pages of search results before giving up. Users will be able to do so more seamlessly now, as they will be able to browse through numerous results without having to click the 'See more' button." The company stated this in a press release.


After reaching the bottom of a results page, the search engine will now automatically load the next page, allowing users to scroll down indefinitely until they reach the desired website, if one exists.


When you search for "no-carve pumpkin decor ideas for Halloween," you may discover a plethora of options you weren't previously aware of, according to the company. "These include pumpkin seed recipes that make your pumpkin worth carving, as well as additional ideas for maximizing your gourd," the company added.


As nation-state hacking incidents continue to rise, Google announced earlier this week the formation of a premier 'Cybersecurity Action Team' to assist governments, critical infrastructure, enterprises, and small businesses with cybersecurity and digital transformation efforts.


Earlier this year, Google's Cybersecurity Action Team completed the development of a security and resilience framework that will serve as a road map for implementing an enterprise-wide security management program.

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