Google searches just got a lot more personal


must read it.

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Google really is serious about making its searches more personal to its users. The company on Wednesday announced that it was integrating data from Gmail, Google Calendar and Google+ into its search engine so users don’t have to go looking through different apps and services to find the information they want. For example, users could simply ask Google’s search engine what time their flight is or what day their friend’s party is on and it will give them the information in their search results. Google says it will “be rolling this out to all U.S., English-speaking users on desktop, tablet and smartphone, with voice search” over the next few days.

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