Google Knows Where You Eat, Sleep, Work And Play
Google collects a lot of info about you, but if you think that's creepy, you can limit the data it pulls from your devices and your browsing habits.By Leah Becerra | November 25, 2015
Here's a question: How does Google determine search results based on location?
Google determines your location in three ways: By using your IP address, through your phone or tablet's location services or by a default or "home" location that you've set in your account.
Assuming Google has access to any of those three pieces of information, the search engine uses the data to pull up results that are most pertinent to you.