We all use Google. Well, maybe not Bill Gates, but that’s about it. Now, Google is hoping to become an even bigger part of our everyday lives.
The key to this is Google’s three new search features: real-time search, location-based service and augmented reality.
Think about it: Google has primarily been about computer-based search. You sit at your PC and find what you want on the Web. But if you put those three new features together, where do they shine the best? On mobile devices. With Google’s Android powering phones and Chrome OS on netbooks, I see the company making a preemptive strike to take over mobile computing.