The search engine company, speed, is expanding its business to include auto and transportation.
The company is adding a new category called “Speed Engineering” to its “Search Engine” page, according to a tweet from the company’s Chief Technology Officer, Brian Naylor.
It will be an entirely new category that is similar to the “Search Engines” that other companies like Google and Bing use, Naylor tweeted.
The category will be available for users to search and will focus on the following topics: What is the speed of an automobile?
What do the speed limits of major cities in the U.S. look like?
How do speed limits affect accidents and deaths?
The company also announced that it will be launching a mobile app for speed engineers to help them get the most out of their work.
“We’re committed to providing a platform for our engineers to quickly get the job done and help solve real-world problems that they’re facing,” Naylor said.
“This is exactly what we’re looking to do, and we’re excited to partner with other industry leaders in search and traffic engineering.”
The announcement comes on the heels of a similar move by Google.
The search giant announced last week that it was adding an auto and transport category to its search engine, which includes the search engine itself and related categories.
The auto and traffic category will allow users to filter by the various categories and find related topics.
Google’s move to expand its auto and navigation efforts follows another recent acquisition by the search giant.
The firm purchased Kaggle, an online learning platform that lets users compete against each other and compete with others.
Google has also purchased a company called MapScout, which makes data visualizations for Google Maps, the company announced last month.
Google and the other tech companies that make up the so-called “fast lane” are hoping to make the world a more enjoyable place to travel, and the speed and safety advancements that are being made to get there will help them do just that.
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