Oh where oh where can it be? Still no sign of it :(
According to TechCrunch, Google will be releasing their highly anticipated Google Voice Search iPhone app tomorrow. It seems that Google thought the review process for their app would be done by Friday but someone at Apple delayed the review for a few more days. Lets hope Apple gets this out tomorrow. I’m very excited to try it out.
The Minority Report special effects are now real, thanks to oblong industries, inc. They are calling this new spatial operating environment, g-speak. No relation to Google in any way. Now, how to get this thing ready for Counter Strike: Source? Hmmm…
I love it when more and more companies go paperless. Right now, American Airlines at Chicago O’Hare, LAX, and Santa Ana Airports are offering boarding passes that can be downloaded into your phone or PDA. Seems to be a great time and paper saver.
Google’s next step in taking over the world. A free voice search iPhone app. As if typing was hard enough, now you can just say phrases like “Where’s the nearest Starbucks?” or “How tall is Mount Everest?” Your voice is then translated into data, through Googles servers, then back to your phone with your search results. Right now, you can already do this type of thing, but you would need to call GOOG-411 first. The free app is said to be ready and in the app store tomorrow.
Sam’s Club BlackFriday Ad is out. Need a Wii or other electronics? Read up more @ BlackFriday.info
According to The Wall Street Journal, Circuit City seeks bankruptcy protection do due its crunbling finanacial state which then harmed its relations with its suppliers. we will see in the comming weeks if Circuit City pulls through or not.
If you have listened to a FM radio station in the past 2 years, most likely that station was owned by the big conglomorate named Clear Channel. Not many people like CC because of the tightly controlled playlist they syndicate on the airwaves everyday.
With that said, here is their iphone app. iheartradio. Just like their tightly controlled playlist, they have a tight number of radio stations to listen to. I’m not sure if they will continue to add more stations that they own. What is missing from this app is the ability find your own favorite Clear Channel station. Most or even ALL Clear Channel radio stations have their own website that are already eqiupped with an online streaming feature.
But the biggest fail of this App is all the Clear Channel commercials. Why listen to a playlist that doesn’t cater to you and then sit through commercials?
If I were you, I’d stick with the awesome App that is Pandora. You have more control of what you listen to with Pandora than listening to what “the man” wants you to hear.