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10/31/2007 09:07 PM ID: 66080 Permalink   

You Can Google It On Your Phone?


Google, Inc. will announce advancements in software and services that will allow them to create phones that will be powered by the same source that many people enjoy the search engine from.

The announcements are set to be reported within the next couple of weeks. However, no representative for Google could be contacted to confirm anything.

According to the Wall Street Journal, this will grant independent software developers access to the tools they need to build additional phone features.

    WebReporter: Jon_Hall Show Calling Card      
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Google Inc will announce advancements in software and services *that* will allow...

Can someone please make that correction for me? Thanks.
  by: Jon_Hall     10/31/2007 09:21 PM     
Did you know that you can use google like 411? If you are texting from a cell phone and write the numbers that correspond with "google" (46653) in the "to" section and then make the message the name of the service you're looking for and the town and state you're in, it will text you back the phone number...
Just thought that was cool
  by: wolfer   11/01/2007 07:50 PM     
No I didn't know that. That is interesting.
  by: Jon_Hall     11/02/2007 03:25 PM     
You can do more than just text for google 411 you can CALL 1800-GOOG-411 (1800-466-4411) completely free, no advertisements or anything, another great GOOGLE feature. You can do anything with google.. try entering a math problem, or request flight information (ie PHL to DFW, 11/21 to 11/24) Its incredible..and FYI the google phone is most likely coming to tmobile.
  by: genibus   11/05/2007 07:06 PM     
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