Google Search sports cards now more interactive


Google has announced that its search results for sports-related queries have been enhanced with a greater degree of interactivity and functionality. The biggest change will be the ability to group sports schedules by day and week, so you’ll get an easier view of who’s playing and when.

Going further than that, clicking on individual games will give you more detailed information on that game and links to sites where you can read up more on it. League standings, player stats, and more are also served up in an easy-to-view manner. Oh, and Google’s making it easier to keep up with the March Madness madness by giving you a full bracket view of the tournament. You can try it out via your mobile and tablet browser, or any desktop browser, really, by visiting Google.com.

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Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. This makes me wish I lived somewhere like new York or Dallas. I live in a huge city and Google cards are essentially worthless in my area.

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