Google is adding an “about this result” feature to Search results, which aims to give users a little information about the site in question, before they click the link.
The feature, which is rolling out in beta, can be summoned from a menu next to the search result. The information, which comes from Wikipedia, aims to give users a little further context about sites they’re less familiar with.
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