Google Instant:Fast is about to get faster
Google is known for its innovation driven co-creation approach. One such offering from Google is its Wednesday release 'Google Instant'.
Google Instant saves two to five seconds per search, Google says. In a time-crunched world, Google says it will cumulatively save people more than 3.5 billion seconds a day, or 11 hours a second.
The instant results will be the new standard format for users in the United States and a few other countries who have sufficiently modern browsers. It will come to the company’s mobile search engine this fall.
Start typing “San Francisco” in the search box, and by the time you get through “San,” you will already see a map of the city, a collection of photos of landmarks and links to Alcatraz and the San Francisco visitors’ center. Or, without typing anything more, select Google’s next guess, Santa Cruz, and see a map, photos and links for that city. Type “the gi” and the search box shows “the girl with the dragon tattoo,” as if it is reading your mind.