Sunday, July 19, 2009


Mobile market is one of the most rapidly developing industrial markets. Today approximately three-quarters of the the world's adult population affords mobile phones. Further, today internet is the widest source of communication media. Hopefully this is what has pulled search giant Google to peek into this sector.

Google has worked out a voice-based search utility for mobile phones. The search app was developed by the Google Team in India and takes care of Indian accent. This app is currently available for Blackberry phones but is soon expected to arrive for other handsets as well.

The developers at Google feel that with the cheap-growing of GPRS based mobile phones and with greater number of people exposed to internet through mobile phones, this feature can be extended to social networking sites as well.
Will this feature soon empower voice-scrapbooking as well?

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