TechCrunch: At a conference in France, Google's Marissa Mayer talked about the company's plans for "contextual discovery." She's working on using a person's browsing and location profile to serve relevant data--essentially, search results without having to search. The idea is to push information to people, Mayer said.
The concept is particularly interesting on mobile devices, where location could play a key role. Were trying to build a virtual mirror of the world at all times, Mayer explained.