Search engine giant proceeds to new frontiers, and has released their video search service for public beta testing. Currently, at the preview stage, Google Video doesn't offer video content yet, but screenshots and Tv-program information instead. However, it is presumable that delivery of video content will be added in the future.
The effort comes on top of Google's plans to create a multimedia search engine for Internet-only video that it will likely introduce next year, according to sources familiar with the company's plans. In recent weeks, Mountain View, Calif.-based Google has demonstrated new technology to a handful of major TV broadcasters in an attempt to forge alliances and develop business models for a TV-searchable database on the Web, those sources say.Sources: News.com, video.google.com