A patent attributed to Google describes a phone application that pre-emptively hunts down what you’re looking for. The phone or device will take into consideration your past habits and patterns and make suggestions and prepare maps based on your current location, predilections, and the decisions about the past searches. The result is a phone that knows you like Chinese food, will send you a message just as you’re getting hungry, and then call the hospital when it realizes you have food poisoning.
This is all pie-in-the-sky conjecture, but it’s an interesting concept based on data-mining, search history, and the thing Google does best — finding cool stuff.
Patent: Google Phone knows what you want before you search [Mad4MobilePhones]