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Geek Tip: Save Your Favorite Search Results in Google

"We've long believed that personalization makes search more relevant and fun," reads a post on Google's official blog, and I have to agree. Now, they've launched a new search feature to further personalize your search results with one click. The stars feature will be rolled out to all users signed into Google over the next few days, and allows you to basically bookmark websites you like when they're displayed in search results. Stars sync with Google Toolbar and your bookmarks, so a list of your favored sites will always be available. And they'll display in a special section on the top of your search results page.

So, for example, if you're searching for more information about the iPad and you've previously starred GeekSugar (yes, please, star us!) as a favored result, our iPad coverage will show up right on top of your Google search results.

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