It’s very similar to a new Android feature called Google Now, which was first unveiled at Google’s developers conference in June.
As I’ve said before, Google Now is a lot like Apple’s Siri, but much better. It’s the way I always imagined search should be on a mobiledevice. With Google Now, you ask a question and you get the one answer you’re looking for. The right answer. Almost every time. And even if you happen to stump Google Now, your query will still return the same excellent list of Google search results you’re used to.
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