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A few weeks ago Nintendo announced Pokémon X, and all across the world children are gleefully searching for more info, only to meet with a terrible fate. It has been discovered that typing "Pokémon X Videos" into Google reveals some pretty raunchy material definitely not intended for children, or anyone for that matter.
So the Nintendo 3DS XL has been gathering promotional momentum in the portable gaming market. But it seems the excitement has got to HMV, as they have put up ads in their stores promoting a version of the console which doesn't actually exist.
The Google search algorithm: one of pure intelligence that doesn't only pick out results based upon the quantitative results; but also the qualitative information.
The reputation of the site is analysed, the social agreement of the link is recorded, and the relevance to your search is decided upon. So when you Google 'What defines an english person,' well...erm...you're best off seeing for yourself. Hopefully it will be fixed soon, for the sake of the search engine's public image. For those uncomfortable with swearing, don't bother carrying on; but if not, click through for the picture. Just don't say we didn't warn you.
“That thing is working better than we could have ever hoped.” Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, claims about their advertising efforts. And the turnover doesn't lie. In response to a Mashable article.