Coming from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Google announced that Google Instant Search coming to a computer near you, right now. It’s live already. Which makes a lot of sense considering what they were announcing.
Google’s homepage now tracks what you type and searches the web before you even finish your query. No need to hit enter for you lazy searchers out there, results pop up as you type and change depending on what is typed into the box. Think of a T9 for your search engine if you will, the results are impressive. It's a little bit hard to explain but once seen for one's self, it's a "why didn't we have this before?" moment. The search still feels easy and flowing like how it did before, just now a lot faster.
Google is apparently pretty good at math and say that they will save around 350 million hours, that could be spent towards working or playing, a year with this new system. Hit the link below and see if it’s really all that it’s cracked up to be.