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New Google technology allows Apple fans to speak to their iPhones

iPhone gets voice search

Search giant Google has launched a new service which allows users to ask their iPhone questions verbally, and apparently have them answered in seconds.

The voice recognition software, which converts the question to a text document and sends it to Google, goes live today, and could prove one of the more popular features of the device.

Yahoo has recently launched a similar service for Blackberry and Nokia phones.

Link: PocketLint

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