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Google seems to have dropped their "time in" operator. Where if you search for "time in [location]" they would have returned the current time in that location.

Hence, they are requiring you to buy a watch to tell the time...

I hope it is temporary.
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from theWiseman 3920 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Dude...where’s my punchline? Interesting though. I hope the feature returns soon. It’s convenient.

from fantomaster 3919 Days ago #
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Great title - LOL.

from mvandemar 3919 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Looks like they dropped some of the other auto-answered queries as well... the populations ones don’t appear to be working for me either: The conversions (calculator) ones are though:

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