The Google phone is slashing monthly fees.
Thanks to an add supported service. That “whispers” adds right into your ear.
Jeff Tate has more… At a share-holders meeting yesterday, Google
announced steep price cuts. Made possible by a revolutionary new voice
recognition software, that can detect key-words in users
conversations and verbally suggest related- products and services on the spot. -So Sasha, where do you want to go to lunch?
-Well Jen, there are some great restaurants in my neighborhood.
-Hungry? Sunny’s BBQ. The best place to grab comfort foods. Hundreds of locations
nationwide. -That sounds good, let’s go there.
-That sounds great. Automated Whispered Advertising, will allow
us to offer the world’s best smart-phones nearly for free.
Useres won’t even remember a time when they didn’t have a second voice whispering in
their ear. Tech Publication reviews have been, indeed,
-Hey mom. -Mother’s day gifts…..
-I’m calling from my Google phone. It’s barely costing me a thing.
-Google also will be further off-setting consumer costs with ad based ringtones.
-Oh march yourself…. Down to Chase Bank… Oh march yourself down to – Chase Bank. -Google has pre-loaded dozens of new
applications into the phone. Including a GPS system that gives directions
to sponsored businesses. -There’s a Dunkin’ Donuts in 0.6 miles,
let’s go. Come on, let’s go to Dunkin’ Donuts. -As well as state of the art camera
software. With subtle advertising imagery. Critics, however are decrying the add system
as a possible safety concern. Pointing to a recent 911 call placed by a
beta tester of the Google phone service. -Google has promised to resolve the issue in
upgrades. In the meantime Google is testing out
cost-cutting software, that will make it possible for your phone to
call members off your contact list and mimic your voice while advertising
products. Here is a sneak preview of what my friends
would hear… -Hello.
-Hey, just wanted to say hi and to tell you about job opportunities at Monster.com
fresh job listings posted daily have jobs e-mailed to you.
Sign up and find your dream job… -For Tech Trends I am the real Jeff Tate. -Yahoo has also announced plans to enter the
smart phone market. The Y-Phone, which will license current
Google phone software, is expected to be out in 3 to 4 years. -Coming up next, a new state quarter has
revealed a previously unknown state.