Google’s Android Puts Voice Activation on Steroids

Google’s Android Puts Voice Activation on Steroids

Google has some very interesting innovations out with their Android operating system. CNet posted an article this morning detailing all the updates as well.

For those of you looking for the right here, right now you might also want to check out the video the Android team put together:

Also kind of near this space, you might want to check out this article from FastCompany. Once you get past the “tall women in a taught skirt” the interview covers some of the elements that Ford is introducing into their cars utilizing an open source operating system, with a focus on voice activation.

2012-12-17T11:50:58+00:00

4 Comments

  1. Emmi134 March 15, 2011 at 1:10 am

    Android is really making tougher for blackberries and nokia to compete and also is giving a stiff competetion to iphone as well…..

    http://www.laptops4review.com

  2. Emmi134 March 15, 2011 at 4:10 am

    Android is really making tougher for blackberries and nokia to compete and also is giving a stiff competetion to iphone as well…..

    http://www.laptops4review.com

    • Gadarian March 22, 2011 at 10:12 pm

      @Emmi134 we’ll see how it shakes out but now that Nokia has signed a deal with Microsoft we’ll see if RIM elects to continue to go on their own path. Palm saw the writing on the wall… Android is impressive and we’ll see what happens with the Chrome browser as well but given how impressive the Droid has sold I’d say Microsoft might have a real problem on their hands. Thanks for the comment over here!

  3. Gadarian March 22, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    @Emmi134 we’ll see how it shakes out but now that Nokia has signed a deal with Microsoft we’ll see if RIM elects to continue to go on their own path. Palm saw the writing on the wall… Android is impressive and we’ll see what happens with the Chrome browser as well but given how impressive the Droid has sold I’d say Microsoft might have a real problem on their hands. Thanks for the comment over here!

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