Earlier this week, Google announced that Featured Snippets in Search results would gain relevant images to aid in answering questions. After the video for your question finishes, other question and answer videos will automatically play.
The celebrities will not answer every question you ask, but it will be a fun surprise when they pop up with a personalized answer. In the past, Google has allowed brands and other personalities to post directly to Google but only with text entries. These selfie videos will pre-recorded by Google. From the sound of it, Google may been inspired by Wired's new video series that asks celebrities to answer commonly Googled questions about themselves. This in-line video player - which is now limited to the mobile apps and site - is a possibly major sea change in terms of searching and finding results on Google.
Sharpen Your Weapons. SoulCalibur 6 Has Been Announced
As one would expect, the announcement trailer features loads of sharp weapons and flailing bodies accompanied by an orchestral score.
Coin Worth More Than $1000 Found In Md. Salvation Army Kettle
This year, over 550 parcels will be given to local residents who have been referred to us by social agencies. The donation is one of the largest, if not the largest, for the Mahoning County Salvation Army, said Maj.
Marlins Trade Dee Gordon To The Mariners
So the Marlins are getting some nice salary relief with the trade, while the Mariners are taking on the substantial commitment. He went 11-6 with a 3.45 ERA in 25 starts last season while splitting time at Single-A Modesto and Double-A Arkansas.
Now here is some great news for the fans of Megastar of India Priyanka Chopra, the tech-giant Google is set to launch a new feature that will change millions of lives. So far Google has enlisted celebs, like Priyanka Chopra, Tracee Ellis Ross, Gina Rodriguez, Nick Jonas, Will Ferrell, and James Franco to participate-just to name a few.
"Whether you're wondering what Gina Rodriguez's pet peeve is, what movie changed Nick Jonas' life, or want Kenan Thompson's input on what makes something amusing, these self-recorded videos share their perspectives and answers to some of your most-asked questions", writes Google.