Last week Google launched a free, voice-enabled 411 service that aimed to compete with legacy services and the budding mobile local search sector. Now, TellMe, which Microsoft is in the process of
Google quietly launched 800-Goog-411, a free voice-based directory search service that can recognize speech and read results over the phone or
Google has experimentally launched a new directory assistance service that makes use of voice recognition for traditional 411 services. The news is of particular interest given the timing: Google
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Google has ended rumors that the company is building its own handset. While the company clearly has big plans for mobile software and the mobile
Forbes.com columnist Clayton Christensen argues that the seemingly trivial entrants like Blyk and Fon as well as more established players like Google and Skype, threaten wireless carriers
It's no secret that SMS is still the data cash cow for carriers in the U.S., but Samsung thinks it could use some improving. Samsung recently filed a patent for an SMS interface that would push
Rumors have been circulating for some time, but now Google has confirmed that it is indeed working on at least one mobile phone. Isabel Aguilera, Google CEO in Spain and Portugal, said the company
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