Google unveiled some interesting new services yesterday, although they’re not directly music-focused. The company has started offering real-time search results, pulling in data from Twitter, MySpace, Facebook and other sites to give its search engine more zip. Meanwhile, Google Goggles is a nifty augmented reality application for Android phones which includes a feature to take a photo of something – a CD for example – and instantly look it up in the company’s database to get more information. Source: The Register Source: Mashable 

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