Google Caffeine

Google Caffeine has been launched, is your site ready for it? are you fast enough? use the speed test below if you are worried please give us a call and we will be glad to help.

Google's launching a new, upgraded version of its search engine very soon. And just as important, the search giant released the developer's preview the other day. Google promises that the new search tool "Caffeine" will improve the speed, accuracy, size, and comprehensiveness of Google search.

While the developer version is a pre-beta release, it's completely usable. Thus, we've decided to put the new Google to the test. We took the developer version for a spin and compared it to not only the current version of Google Search, but to Bing as well.

The categories we tested the new search engine on are as follows: speed, accuracy, temporal relevancy, and index size. Here's how we define those:

Speed: How fast can the new search engine load results?

Accuracy: Which set of results is more accurate to the search term?

Temporal Relevancy: Is one version of search better at capturing breaking news?

Index Size: Is it really more comprehensive than the last version of Google?

Results will be published soon.

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For the last several months, a large team of Googlers has been working on this secret project the next-generation architecture for Google's web search. It's the first step in a process that will let us push the envelope on size, indexing speed, accuracy, comprehensiveness and other dimensions. The new infrastructure sits "under the hood" of Google's search engine, which means that most users will not even notice a difference in search results. But web developers and power searchers might notice a few differences, so we're opening up a web developer preview to collect feedback.