We knew it was coming, and now it’s here: Google has just launched real-time search, integrated into search results pages.
Google real-time search updates as stuff is happening around the Web – for example, live tweets, Yahoo Answers, news articles, and web pages now stream in on the actual result pages for your query. It works on mobile too (at least iPhone and Android for now).
Here’s a video demo from Google:
That’s not all though. Google’s announced that they’ve inked partnerships with both Facebook and MySpace to pull in data in real-time. For Facebook, that means public Facebook Pages, and for MySpace, it means any stream data that is publicly available. This is on top of the partnership that the company announced with Twitter back in October.
Google says the features might not be available to everyone yet, but will be within the next few days.