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Google Maps Q&A section is going live around the globe

If you're looking up a new place you've never been to before, look for Google's new feature -- it could give you a better idea of what it's like. The big G has started rolling out a Q&A section for both Maps on Android and Search for mobile. It was first spotted back in July, but now Mountain View has confirmed that it's going live for users all around the globe. You can find the feature in the local business listing's search results card under its name, address, phone number and other details.
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