Google Looks To Create Search Engine For Offline Questions

Google Looks To Create Search Engine For Offline Questions
technology

The search giant is looking for a way to provide answers to questions users don't normally think a search engine can help them with.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 november 2012

You wouldn’t normally ask Google “How long is the line at the grocery store?”, but the search giant is conducting an experiment to find out how it can develop its service for the offline world in order to answer our every need.

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