Making Use of the Web Informational and Research Informational and research websites contain factual information and include reference works such as libraries, encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, and guides. More than 2.4 billion people worldwide use the Internet, and Google is one of the websites they visit most often. Google reports that people perform more than 100 billion searches every month using its Google Search. In How To 1 in the Succeeding in this Course chapter at the beginning of this book and How To 1-3 in this chapter, you learned how to use a browser to display a webpage on a computer or mobile device and to perform a basic web search using a search engine. Research This: Using a browser and search engine, find the answers to the following questions. (1) Search for the top five informational websites and top five research websites. What types of information or research does each present? What search text did you use? (2) Visit Google’s website and locate the company’s early philosophy: “Ten things we know to be true.” What are five of these values? What is the goal of the “Made with Code” initiative? (3) Visit the Engadget website and read at least three reviews of tablets. Create a table listing the product name, price, battery life, pros, and cons. (4) Locate articles about using hands-free devices for conversations while driving. Which states have passed legislation to restrict drivers’ use of hands-free devices while driving? Describe the features found in the sophisticated hands-free system of one of this year’s vehicles.