The latest service covers 7 million patents granted by the USPTO since the 1790s. The index does not include patents filed over the last few months, but "we look forward to expanding our coverage in the future," Google said. The company also plans to support foreign languages, and to add patents filed in other countries.
Google had offered saving and printing features, but said in a note at the bottom of its blog that they were removed. "We're still working on that," the company said.
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