When is the last time you saw an AJAX search engine?

FourFourFourTwo article FourFiveFourFourOne of the big news items of the day was the announcement of a major push to the Google Webmaster Tools API by Google.

It will allow developers to create new search engines, search services, and search widgets that are built in the Google Widget API.

It was the latest move in the search giant’s effort to make its own search engine for developers and the public, with the goal of creating a truly open and usable search engine.

Google will make these search engines available as part of the Google Search SDK, which is available to anyone to create and publish.

Google Widget APIs can be used to build search services and search services for other applications.

Google also announced that it will release a developer preview of the Android search engine next week, with a developer guide available soon after.

Google has always made a concerted effort to be transparent with the public about its search and search engine development plans, with several announcements about these efforts.

In January 2015, Google said it was developing a search engine called Google’s Search.

In February 2015, it announced the search engine was coming to Android in 2015, and in June 2015, its Android search results page was updated with the name “Google’s Search.”

The announcement of the Widget engine API, however, comes as Google is working on building a search service for developers.

A few months ago, Google announced that a new version of its search engine would be available as an add-on to Android devices.

The search engine API is an open API, and developers are free to use it to build their own search engines.

Google said in a blog post that this search engine will be called Google Search.

Google said in the blog post it will be built in Android and powered by the Google APIs and its own internal Widget SDK, and that developers will be able to use this search API to build new search services that work across all of the company’s services, including Google search, Google Maps, Google Docs, and Google Search Console.

“Google Search will provide the same access to Google search that developers currently have on their devices, including full search functionality,” Google said.

“With the addition of Google Search API, developers can build new apps that leverage Google’s search engine to offer a more personal search experience for consumers, as well as developers who want to build powerful search tools that can easily integrate with Android devices.”

Google also said that developers who create these search services can publish them on its website for users to download and use, and they will be available to download from Google Play.

This is in addition to the APIs and SDK developers can download for free through Google Play for Android, which Google is making available for free for developers, and it is expected to be available for all developers.

Google is not the first search engine company to announce its search services as an extension to Android.

Earlier this year, Google released its search SDK for developers as part the Google Developer Tools for Developers Program.

Google has also released its Google Search Toolkit for developers in the past, and the company also announced its Google Web Search Tool for Developers in June 2016.

Google also announced the first developer preview for its search tools for developers earlier this month.