Google will take over Wikipedia

article The tech giant’s plans to take over the world’s most popular encyclopedia site have raised questions about whether it will take the same approach to other internet sites.

Google, which owns the New York Times, is already working on a redesign of Wikipedia, a platform that allows people to add, edit and remove articles.

But the company says it is also working on new features, including a new design that will allow people to submit edits and comments to articles without having to create an account on the site.

The redesign, called Wikia, will replace the old look and feel of Wikipedia with a more “human” look and style, the company said in a blog post last week.

The site will also include a new feature called the “Edit Wikipedia” button, which will let users add, change or delete articles, and make it easier to share edits.

Google is also planning to launch a new version of Google+ that will bring new features and content to the site, including “new ways to explore and interact with other people, and a new interface that will make it easy to share content,” according to the blog post.

Google has a long history of revamping and updating Wikipedia, which was founded in 2005 by a team of engineers in Mountain View, California.

The company has used its vast resources to create a massive online encyclopedia known as Wikia.

But it has also been criticized for the way the site has evolved over the years.

The most recent version, which went live in late April, was not nearly as polished as its predecessor.

The New York Daily News reported that Google has already started working on an overhaul of the site with the help of a former Google employee, who said in an interview that the redesign was meant to create more “intelligent content.”

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal in June, Google Vice President of Content and Design Andrew Lee told the newspaper that the company has been working on several features that could be rolled out over the next few months.

In the interview, Lee said Google had been looking at ways to update Wikipedia “so it becomes more human and more personal.”

The company also said it was working on ways to improve the user experience and make the encyclopedia more useful to users.

Google also plans to develop a new search feature that will let people search and filter through thousands of articles from across the globe.

The project has been called “Wikia 2.0,” and Lee said the company was considering the possibility of launching a new service, but no firm date had been set.