It is 2014 (September 8) to be exact. Google has an "advanced" search.
You can't do and, or, and any other accepted search limit to the returned data set against another search. So sad.
So large a company, yet failing at there primary objective... Could be the auto car has taken over the imagination of the folks there. Probably not though.
Must be some other reason...
Currently you can constrain your search via this form:
Advanced Search Find pages with... To do this in the search box all these words: Type the important words: tricolor rat terrier this exact word or phrase: Put exact words in quotes: "rat terrier" any of these words: Type OR between all the words you want: miniature OR standard none of these words: Put a minus sign just before words you don't want: -rodent, -"Jack Russell" numbers ranging from: to Put 2 periods between the numbers and add a unit of measure: 10..35 lb, $300..$500, 2010..2011 Then narrow your results by... language: Find pages in the language you select. region: Find pages published in a particular region. last update: Find pages updated within the time you specify. site or domain: Search one site (like wikipedia.org ) or limit your results to a domain like .edu, .org or .gov terms appearing: Search for terms in the whole page, page title, or web address, or links to the page you're looking for. SafeSearch: Tell SafeSearch whether to filter sexually explicit content. reading level: Find pages at one reading level or just view the level info. file type: Find pages in the format you prefer. usage rights: Find pages you are free to use yourself. You can also... Find pages that are similar to, or link to, a URL Search pages you've visited Use operators in the search box Customize your search settings Help Privacy & Terms