The company also unveiled a feature to let people save searches in a collection and pick them up again later, and said it would present more information directly in search results, ostensibly helping people find what they’re looking for without having to click through to a different website. Google wants to expand its presence on the web and get people to spend more time directly on Google rather than on independent websites. In its drive to help people find information they’re looking for, the company is taking on tasks that were previously left to others. At the same time, politicians, activists and competitors are calling for greater scrutiny of Google’s ever-growing power over data. One of the features, collections, works similarly to online scrapbook Pinterest. The expanded feed, called Discover, increases Google’s role in suggesting content and information to people, rather than just being the portal they use to find things on their own. Get the full story at Bloomberg and Google