"There are a few neat tricks in the software. When users get a phone call from an unrecognized number, the phone will search the Web and identify the caller, if possible. The phone will also try to intuit what information its owner may need as part of a service called Google Now. When the owner is near Yellowstone Park, for example, the phone will search the Web to automatically present the times that the Old Faithful geyser is likely to erupt. When the user is near the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Tex., it will serve up the latest information about the location’s famous bat swarms."Google Introduces KitKat, Its Latest Version of Android - Businessweek
Friday, November 01, 2013
Google Introduces KitKat, Its Latest Version of Android - Businessweek
An example of Google's plan "'to bring the power of Google’s smarts' to its phones"