AOL has rolled out a slick new search interface that automatically integrates Google-powered Web search results with multimedia, local, or other content from AOL and its partners.

The new service, called AOL Search With FullView, is available to the entire AOL Network audience, including AOL.com, AOL Search, AIM, MapQuest, and all AOL clients.

FullView is designed to help you automatically discover more information relevant to your search, including videos, images, local results, and other query-specific types of information, without the need to query those sources individually.

FullView results have similarities to Google's OneBox results and Ask's Smart Answers, both of which are triggered when your query has relevant information found beyond text-based Web search results, such as news or images.

But AOL has pushed this idea further, dedicating the entire right rail of the result page to FullView. For many query types, the range and type content that's surfaced is impressive, particularly when a query triggers video or audio search results, one of AOL's strong suits.

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