Fresh information from blogs, news sites, Twitter and other popular hangouts will appear in Google's search results more quickly as the company aims to give people a more comprehensive look at what's happening on the Web, reports the Associated Press. The feature unveiled Monday represents Google Inc.'s most significant step yet in the field of "real-time" search -- a catch phrase for the torrent of information constantly being shared on blogs and the personal pages of social-networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. As those destinations have turned into increasingly popular forums for swapping opinions, offering news tips and...

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