Google to release speech-to-search iPhone app

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Voice recognition has always seemed like the holy grail of technology and now Google is throwing their skills into the technology. Starting sometime today, iPhone users can download a free app that allows them to speak a destination or question and within seconds, receive an answer. The app works by recording your voice, uploading it to a Google Server via the data connection, crunching the data, and then returning the results. It doesn’t deliever perfect results just yet, but as the app matures and learns everyones searching techniques, eventually it will creep closer to perfection. 

Kind of scary if you think about it. Google now reads your mail and knows what you sound like…

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