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All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Webware 100 winner: Goog411
With so many people now using phones with sophisticated mobile Web browsers, Google has decided to stop supporting its first voice-to-text search service.
Google shuts down GOOG-411, Facebook announces Friendship Pages, and we get a look at a few marquee apps for Windows Phone 7.
On today's show, we take a look at all the Windows Phone 7 news, all the phones, and the sad little battle between Microsoft and Rovio (makers of Angry Birds). Also, more talk about the Verizon iPhone--including the rumor that the rumored phone won't go 4G for at least another few years. Plus, self-driving cars will save us all. --Molly
Get GOOG-411 in Canada if you live there. Aboot time.
Software giant's free directory assistance service, called Live Search 411, is powered by recent acquisition Tellme.
All the Webware 100 winners in one place.
SMS reminder tool Kwiry is shutting down, citing economic hardships. Also relevant: text message prices and improvements in smartphone-optimized search engines.
Google's updated Mobile App for iPhone is finally here, and it works as advertised.
Google's iPhone search application gets a little bit smarter with voice-powered queries that let you skip the keyboard--something that can be handy for fat fingered dialers.