“For some time now, it has been establishing ways for people to use its roster of services via mobile devices.
The man in charge of the Google mobile mission is Dipchand “Deep” Nishar. He believes that when people are out and about, they want very different answers from Google than they would if they were sat in front of a PC.
For instance, he said, the first result that comes up after typing “film” into a PC browser is the Internet Movie Database.
“But type ‘films’ into a mobile browser and you are most likely going to see a movie,” he told the BBC News website.
“The same search query, because of the context, means very different search results,” said Mr Nishar. “Search on mobiles is about finding not browsing. [From the BBC]