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Want a place with ‘great coffee’ or ‘free wifi’? Google Maps now lets you search descriptively.

Google today announced that it has added descriptive terms to Places listings provided in the sidebar of Google Maps. In a blog post, it said that these terms would condense reviews and other information about the place in question to form a summary of the most relevant terms with which to describe the place. Google’s [...]
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