Google announces service unit to provide Google search service

Google has announced the launch of a service unit focused on search in the U.S., the first such unit to be set up in the country since its introduction in 2003.

Google has set up the search unit, called Search Analytics, which will work with the company’s existing search product, Google Search.

The unit will be managed by a company called Search Labs, which is led by former Microsoft software developer Tom Blundell.

Blundell previously worked at Google as an engineer for the search product and will oversee the new unit.

The new unit will help Google improve search results for users and businesses, according to a Google blog post.

Google is expected to unveil the new service unit during a press conference at 1:30 p.m.

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Google Search will have a new interface that will make it easier for users to search for products and information, said Matt Brown, the company vice president of Google’s Search and Analytics division.

Google says the new Search Analytics unit will work alongside the existing search experience in search results and will offer a “more robust and intuitive” search experience.

Google has been working with Search Labs to improve the search experience for consumers and businesses.

The company previously announced the creation of a search unit that would work alongside search results.

Google’s search business is expected have a $3.8 billion annual revenue, which was up 17% from last year.