Say you wanted to search something? You Google it of course. And you hit enter on your keyboard. Apparently, Google thinks that is evil, since it is their motto not to be.
Anyways (pushing that delicate subject aside), Google has revealed Google Instant. It makes your enter key useless. Type the words for something, and it’ll predict it at the same time showing you the search results for it. It’s just uncanny. A quick search for ‘LaptopMemo’ was immediately picked up before the whole word was typed, and the search results came right underneath.
Supported browsers are Chrome, FireFox, Internet Explorer 8, and Safari. Google Instant will begin to appear internationally in the U.K., France, Italy, Germany, and Spain beginning next week, while an U.S rollout begins now. Oh, and it’ll be implemented into browsers natively in the coming months, with a mobile version coming this fall.
Source: Google Instant