Google is celebrating the launch of the “biggest hits” feature, with the search giant’s search engines taking a new name: “entertaintainment gossip”.
Google’s search team has launched a new term for “entorandom” to be used on Google+ and YouTube, the news site TechCrunch reported.
Google’s first “big hits” page on Google+, featuring videos, was launched in September 2016.
Google’s announcement comes on the heels of a string of recent Google-related media appearances, including the company unveiling its new Chromebook Pixel line, announcing a new “Google TV” service, announcing plans to offer “Google Home” speakers in its Home app, and launching the new Google Photos app for Android.
Google has been experimenting with using search to serve up content from across the web in recent years, including its new Chrome browser.
The “big hit” feature will feature more than 3,500 video and music clips, according to TechCrunch, which is based in the United States.
The “big list” feature is being used by the search engine to rank videos from YouTube and YouTube videos.