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Apr-01-2013 11:15printcomments

Hey Google, What's That Smell?

New Google Smell Search - the latest, not the greatest.

Google smell-o-vision

(MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA) - Millions are seeing the new Google scent search option, and grossing out over all kinds of unexpected surprises. But hey, whoever thought we could search by odor?

It is the latest brainchild of the company that delivers billions of pages of information and knowledge all over the world each day.

The new scentsation in search

  • Coming to your senses: go beyond type, talk, and touch for a new notation of sensation.
  • Your internet sommelier: expertly curated Knowledge Graphs pair images, descriptions, and aromas.
  • Take a whiff: the Google Aromabase - 15M+ scentibytes.
  • Don't ask, don't smell: For when you're wary of your query - SafeSearch included.

What’s that smell?

  • Google NoseBETA leverages new and existing technologies to offer the sharpest olfactory experience available:
  • Street Sense vehicles have inhaled and indexed millions of atmospheric miles.
  • Android Ambient Odor Detection collects smells via the world's most sensible mobile operating system.
  • SMELLCD™ 1.8+ high-resolution compatible for precise and controlled odors.

So yeah, and the company also has some amazing deals on popular Florida beachfront property, which you can enjoy for up to 12 hours every day!

Happy April Fool's Day! google.com/landing/nose/

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