GoogleGoogle has announced plans to begin pulling information from your Gmail, Google Calendar and Google+ accounts to serve up personalized results like flight times, reservations and plans. The company says the personalized data will be provided via an encrypted connection, and, of course, the service will only operate when logged in to an account. Those who prefer Google Search not have access to that information can always turn the feature off. A sample list of the kinds of results that Google plans to provide included: flights, reservations, purchases, plans and photos. Users could, for instance, ask Google, “What’s my flight status?” or “When will my package arrive?” and get a response. The feature will arrive first for US English-speaking users across desktops, smartphones and tablets in the next couple of days.

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