Internet giant Google (GOOG) revealed its new “Caffeine” system Wednesday, which is expected to further improve the search engine’s technology by providing users with faster, more accurate results.
Google engineers have been working on Caffeine for several months — and while the new system tweaks are subtle and the Web site remains visually the same, the changes have received positive reviews from users.
Google is currently holding a preliminary trial for the new technology and is continuing to receive feedback from users before fully implementing the system.
Users can go to a Google Web site to test the enhancements and are able to provide comments that provide Google with constructive criticism.
Google released its new search improvements in the wake of Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT) new search engine Bing.