AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. A fire at a Google data center in Iowa may have caused issues for Google and the Internet as a whole, with the tech giant encountering longer than usual search times and other issues starting late on Monday night, and carrying forward to Tuesday morning. At around 9:00 PM eastern time, users of Google started to see their search results take considerably longer than the typical few seconds to be produced. The problems, including outages, lasted for a few hours, peaking at around 10:00 PM before downtime complaints reduced back down at around 11:30 PM, according to Downdetector. The issues included not only slow results, but also problems with the quality of the results including very dated listings, according to SEO Roundtable . While the outages have reduced, it appears the issues of quality and speed are still being felt by U.S. users on Tuesday morning. The downtime was apparently coincidental to an incident at a Google data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa, with a fire reported on Monday morning at… Read full this story
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