Why do google search engine results vary from place to place and from different devices?
Google probably tries to give results according to Internet user. So, that user's place and device reflects into search engine results.
Google tries to tailor the results to the location of the user. Of course in some countries some topics will be forbidden or not allowed so those will not show up.
Google keeps into account your history. When you, for instance, often deny the top hits of Wikipedia but instead often click Urban Dictionary for your definitions, Google will adapt this pattern and help you reach your destination faster.
Depending on the history of the devices, this can vary.
different geographical locations get different results. it's all about the country you are in with google.
not sure about devices though.
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