A bug in Google Now (and Google Translate) spits out some fairly amusing dialog if you ask it ‘what is a Giraffe’. It appears to be a glitch having to do with ending an open-ended phrase in ‘with’ which appears either translation or input. For instance, you can use the phrase ‘filled with‘ and get similar results in Google Translate. The issue popped up in an entry on Google Code and made its way to Hacker News. I made a little video so you can hear it for yourself: (via Google Now praises the iPad, but only if you ask it about giraffes - The Next Web)

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    i thenextweb: He now praises the iPad.
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