Pushing its Android platform, search giant Google says it will draw real-time data from over a billion pages on the web that includes updates from Twitter and the social networks MySpace and Facebook.
''Information is being created at a pace I have never seen before and in this environment, seconds matter,'' said Google fellow Amit Singhal.
At an event staged at the Computer History Museum in California, the company said this was the first time ever that any search engine has integrated the real-time web into its results page.
''There is so much information being generated out there that getting you relevant information is the key to the success of a product like this,'' said Singhal.
"This is the first time ever that a search engine has integrated the real time Web into the results page," he added.
The company said the feature is now live and will take a couple of days to be rolled out across the world.