For the past two years, Google has offered a Popular Times feature that uses historical location-based data garnered from people's phones to determine when particular businesses, such as gyms and museums, are likely to be at their busiest or quietest. Moreover, summaries of each day's wait times can be pulled up by scrolling through the results.
Google Search is a quick way to get information on businesses, especially if you want to check to see how busy a place might be before you're able to pop in for a visit yourself.
Texas Christian University shooting: Bus driver opens fire at another driver
The shooter did not hit the other employee, but as he was leaving in a shuttle bus, bumped the other employee. Police said they were searching for the gunman, who was driving bus number 24171.
Government contractor fired for flipping bird at Donald Trump's motorcade
Though different, all three instances highlight the same fact: Political speech in or out of the office can get you fired . They fired her over it. "How is that any less "obscene" than me flipping off the president?" she asked the outlet.
Avengers X-Men A Possibility; Disney Wants To Buy FOX Studios
Disney would acquire Fox's movie studio, cable networks like FX, and worldwide holdings including its 39 percent stake in Sky. If a deal like this did happen and did receive regulatory approval, it could have some significant effects on sports.
Is that restaurant on the corner going to make you wait 90 minutes for a table?
With the addition, Google is at least partly challenging existing apps like NoWait, which is handy for seeing restaurant wait times.
The search giant debuted a new tool on Tuesday that lets people see the wait times at nearby restaurants. The information will be available for almost 1 million sit-down restaurants around the globe. It will then come to Google Maps to Android, at which point it will expand to include grocery stores, the company says.