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Expensive Google Instant Going Mobile
Google Instant cost the search engine a lot of money to build, and it burns through a lot of hardware and software computing resources. But people like it, so it's going mobile this fall.
Google Instant, the predictive search technology the company launched last month to serve users results without making them hit the Enter button, is popular but costly.
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