Google is experimenting with an advertising strategy that could mean that you’ll find fewer ads in the news feed, even if you read it in your browser.
Read moreThis is what the research found in a paper published on Wednesday in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning and Memory.
It’s not clear what the new strategy will mean for your news reading experience, or what the impact will be on the way that you use the News feed on a daily basis.
But it’s certainly something that Google has experimented with before, and has been working on in recent months.
The company has also been experimenting with new ways to get ads in search results, such as using the new AdSense platform, and using adblockers to block ads.
In addition, it has been experimenting more actively with ad formats.
The research also found that the more the News feeds are dominated by Google, the more likely you are to be exposed to advertising.
This can be a problem if you have trouble getting the adverts you want to see.
It is important to remember that, at the moment, Google does not appear to be able to force people to stop reading stories that have been in the Newsfeed for a while.
In other words, if Google were to change this policy, it would still need to make changes to how it’s working with publishers to ensure that their stories are not being displayed to users.
If Google can’t force publishers to change their policies, the company could consider taking other steps to get publishers to do it, such the use of adblocker technology.
In a statement, Google said that its experiment has been “designed to help users learn more about what kinds of content they’re likely to be interested in.”
It’s not yet clear what impact the research will have on the NewsFeed itself.
But it’s not too hard to imagine how that might change the way people use the feed.
The search giant has long been known for experimenting with how it displays and manages content, and this may well be the first step in the direction of how that works.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment and will update if we hear back.