The True Terror Of Caffeine Is That We Run Out Of The Stuff

The True Terror Of Caffeine Is That We Run Out Of The Stuff

By Zach Walton April 1, 2014

Caffeine is the most widely consumed drug on the planet. It’s in everything from coffee and tea to chocolate and energy bars. What happens then when caffeine runs out? Do we just stop ingesting the stuff, or do we go …

Coffee, Tea Linked to Liver Health Coffee, Tea Linked to Liver Health
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Last week, a study found that excessive coffee consumption (four or more cups per day) could raise mortality risks for younger people. This week, another study is continuing the tradition of conflicting data about the healthfulness of coffee. The study, …

Wrigley Pulls Gum Due To FDA Investigation Wrigley Pulls Gum Due To FDA Investigation

Wrigley has announced they will be pulling their Alert gum off the shelves pending an investigation by the FDA on what the effects of caffeine are on children. “After discussions with the FDA, we have a greater appreciation for its …

Caffeine May Reduce the Risk of Skin Cancer Caffeine May Reduce the Risk of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer coffee is not — I repeat, is not — a new flavor of java over at Starbucks. I know those three words may get your taste buds tingling, but I can assure you that such a thing does …

Google Algorithm Update Focuses On Freshness and Recency Google Algorithm Update Focuses On Freshness and Recency

At the rate information is transferring, it seems like a losing game to try and stay current on everything that is occurring. However, it’s exactly what Google is planning with their latest algorithm update. Simply put, they’re trying to make …

Is Google Indexing Your Content Faster with Caffeine?

During SMX Advanced recently, Google announced that Caffeine, its big overhaul to its indexing system, was completely rolled out.

Caffeine Transforms Google From Bus to Limo

WebProNews spoke with Google’s Matt Cutts out at SMX Advanced today. He talked a little about Caffeine, which Google just announced is complete, nearly a year after its initial announcement at SES, when Matt also spoke with us about it.

Google Completes Caffeine Update After Nearly a Year

Google announced today that it has completed its new web indexing system called Caffeine. The company claims it provides 50% fresher results for web searches than the previous index and is the largest collection of web content it’s offered.

"Whether it’s a news story, a blog or a forum post, you can now find links to relevant content much sooner after it is published than was possible ever before," says Google software engineer Carrie Grimes.

Has Google Begun Changing How it Indexes the Web?

Last summer Google announced a new project called "Caffeine", which was described as a re-write of Google’s web search architecture. Around that time, Matt Cutts discussed Caffeine with WebProNews, comparing it to the "Big Daddy Update" of 2005, which consisted of changes to the way Google crawls and indexes websites.

New Details on Google Caffeine Update
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Update 2:  Matt Cutts gave WebProNews another exclusive interview, in which he gave some more details about Caffeine (among other things. It’s only hitting one data center before the holidays, and it isn’t even live quite yet. Google will roll it out to more data centers in January.



Matt Cutts Talks Google Caffeine Update
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Update: Hear what Matt Cutts has to say about Caffeine in this exclusive interview with WebProNews:

Where’s Bing’s Real-Time Search?
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Google is working on an update called Caffeine, which will increase the speed at which it indexes content. This could be a step toward Google’s incarnation of real-time search. Facebook has just started rolling out its own real-time search feature, much like Twitter’s, which has been around for some time.