I'm getting that also.
You should use "?". Just type: --- radius of the earth =? --- and it'll search for this this value. The result will be: --- radius of the earth = 6 378,1 km #googled ---
Google search doesn't work for me. radius of the earth = ? radius of the earth = # Google doesn't know distance to the moon = ? distance to the moon = # Google doesn't know Both queries work correctly in a browser.
Can also confirm that I'm getting "Google doesn't know". Perhaps it might be worthwhile for the developer to consider changing to a more reliable source, like Wolfram Alpha?...
Confirmed. Especially for stocks nothing helps. Google stock price =?, GOOG quote =? GOOG price =?, GOOG =? etc, etc....
I'm getting the same thing. Pretty sure it's a proxy server issue. Is there a way to set the proxy server in calca?
This is working fine for me *August 10, 2016*. I do wish he would kill Google. I loathe the goog. Would love to be able to use Wolframalpha.
And as of October 28, 2016 only some of Google searches are working.
pretty sure all google searches aren't working for me — 1/26/2017