With over twenty three million searches per second, it’s probably comes as no surprise that Google dominates how we discover information. What’s less obvious, is that Google spans the world, with localized engines built in 123 different languages, from the Bahamas to Greece to Japan. These localized engines can be easily accessed by typing in the corresponding country’s code top level domain (ccTLD). For example, if you were located in Russia, instead of typing google.com in your browser, you’d type google.ru. [Read more…]
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