Google is testing a new version of its search service that returns results in real-time as the user types a search term, according to online reports.
A video of the new system, posted over at the unofficial Google Operating System blog, shows that pressing 'enter' isn't required in Google Live Search as it returns results in real-time depending on the search phrase.
The feature, which Google refers to as 'streaming' search results, can be turned off by means of an on-screen button.
Google is yet to release any official information on the new feature as it has not yet made it to Google Labs - Google's experimental development environment for new apps, add-ons and features.
In the meantime users can get a similar experience — albeit not from the current king of search — by trying out Long Zheng's "Real Live Search" built on Bing AJAX APIs and JSON or Keyboardr, which uses Google Ajax APIs.