Google has been rolling out a fair number of additions to its so-called Knowledge Graph as of late, but the search engine enhancement has tended to be a bit less useful for those looking for results in something other than US English. The company says that's now set to change, however, with it announcing today that it's begun to roll out new improvements that promise to deliver "smarter answers" in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Italian. What's more, it will also now take your location into account even if you're searching in English -- it gives the example of "football" delivering different results depending on whether you're in the US or Europe. You can expect to see those changes appear over the "next few days."
Google promises better Knowledge Graph answers for more countries and languages
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