Monday, July 23, 2007

predictive searches

A patent filed by Google probably related to the Android acquisition involves predictive searches based on location, date and time, and previous searches.

A phone enhanced with this technology tells Google where you are, and Google changes the results accordingly. So if you land in a city and search for "taxi," it won't give you the Wikipedia entry on "taxi," nor will it give you high-ranking taxi companies in other cities. It will give you contact information for local taxi companies -- just what you're looking for.

This could be of great help if this works . Hope more such product come from their stable.


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