By Rick Richardson
Google might be about to disrupt the business card – and it’s starting with a trial in India.
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In a new blog post, the company announced it is rolling out its “people cards” across the country. It’s like a business card that will appear on top of Search when someone looks up your name. Google first began trialing the feature about six months ago, and it seems it’s finally ready to make it more widely available.