Google temporarily disables 'Realtime' search
Google temporarily shuts down search engine feature tracking real-time social network updates
the Associated Press, On Monday July 4, 2011, 12:04 pm EDT
Google Inc. has temporarily shut down a search engine feature that allows users to find real-time updates from Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed and other social networking sites.
A message posted early Monday on Twitter by the team behind Google Realtime says the search feature has been temporarily disabled while Google explores how to incorporate its recently launched Google+ project into the feature. The tweet tells readers to "stay tuned."
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