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David Ashton   1/18/2011 10:08:05 PM
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Voice recognition...yeah right..... I used to have a Kyocera 3035 CDMA phone. It had voice recognition. If it was in my car kit, and a call came in, it would say "Incoming call. Answer??" I was fresh from Zimbabwe, and the first time I tried it I was with an Australian mate. I said "Yes". The phone said "Incoming call. Answer??" "YES!" I shouted. Again, "Incoming call. Answer??" "YES!!!" I screamed, by now ready to smash it. ""Incoming call. Answer??" "Yes" said my friend. And it answered.....

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Max The Magnificent   1/18/2011 9:52:10 PM
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If you see anything interesting and worth sharing out there, please email me at max@CliveMaxfield.com and I'll add it to a follow-up blog



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