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Google Search Adds Mobile Black Friday Feature

Google Search Adds Mobile Black Friday Feature

By Chris Crum

Google announced the addition of a new Black Friday feature to Google Search on mobile devices. The company notes that a lot of people will be standing in line at stores using their phones this weekend, so this will cater to them. Users will be able to search for specific ...

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