Money for old mobile phones could pay for Google Voice
15 December 2010 — 6:57 PM
Earning money for old mobile phones may be an attractive option to those who would like to invest in a superior handset, such as one that offers Google Voice.
Amir Mane and Glen Shires, joint authors of the latest Google Mobile Blog, explain the tool now comes with personalisation ability.
It allows users to effectively lock their mobile phone to other people, as it can only be turned on by hearing their own unique voice.
Consumers should note the technology is already available in the US and is due out in other leading nations shortly, typically on all models with Android 2.2 or later, explain the writers.
The latest Google Voice app will also bring with it some benefits in terms of name recognition and speed.
Product manager Marcus Foster recently announced via the blog that Google Voice is now available to users of Apple iPhones, iPod Touch devices and iPads.
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