Type certain types of questions into your Android search box, the Google app on iPhone or at m.google.com, and Google will answer the questions it can clearly and show you its sources. Google suggests that it works best with sourcing-type questions in popular culture: "author of girl with the dragon tattoo", "release date of twilight eclipse" and the like, but can also work with geography, sports and other trivia questions — now at the barstool, along with in the office.
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