Google squared

Published on June 03, 2009

Google squared

    Google apparently decided that they brought little shock, joy and admiration for the Wave presentation, so they showed us some more alien computer technology! Google Squared collects facts and other information on the Web based on your request and presents them in a table. Convenient and effective.

    For example, you are an ardent rollercoaster fan, and in the evening thought about where else to go and ride tomorrow, but only to be very high, scary and fast. You can, of course, open ten tabs about different slides, switch between them and after an hour you will have some idea of ​​where your path will lie tomorrow.

    Or you can simply type “roller coasters” in Google Squared, look at the resulting table for a couple of minutes and compare all this so that you immediately understand where you need to go as soon as possible. Here it is: Developers warn that the service is still very far from perfect, and unfortunately, he does not speak Russian yet.





    And here, a smart man from Google in English talks about how he felt easy to live after the advent of this miracle technology:


    via Google Official Blog