Twitter has been the real big thing in the world of web for a couple of years now but there is a drawback associated to the service. Twitter users cannot keep track of all Tweets by them and the current Twitter search is only handy to track the last 3,200 tweets from a Twitter user. Also the results are a composition of the related trending topics of the day or simply blasted at the searcher as people post Twitter updates minute by minute. Google is determined to change the Twitter search for ever by using all of its search engine experience that had made it a name it is today.
Google has indeed announced a time-line search for Twitter that will allow the users to track all the Twitter data authored by them until date. Using this service which is still under development at Google labs, Twitter users will be able to trace all related Google Tweets from individual users.
If someone is bothered about some personal Tweet being reflected, it will be up to he users to smartly use his personal settings or delete the Tweet as and when he finds it by using this Google sponsored search for Twitter.
Google is determined to organize the real-time web experience and this time-line search development is an important step in the procedure. [Courtesy: Cnet]