BlueAnt is, so we won't belabor you too much with old news, though we do want to go into further detail on the BlueAnt V1. If you'll recall, the BlueAnt V1 is what BlueAnt is calling the world's first voice-controlled Bluetooth headset. It uses "BlueGenie" technology, which involves a system of voice recognition and voice synthesis to recognize the voice without a lot of training. Some of the voice commands include the expected "Answer Call" and "Redial" but our favorite is probably "Goog411" which will automatically connect you to Google's 411 service. I believe only English is supported at this point, but according to BleAnt, they plan to incorporate more languages in the future. It also boasts dual-microphone technology plus voice isolation, which would reduce environmental noise and protect against wind noise as well. It'll be available for $119.
CTIA Super Mobility Week
CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Sep 16A smart wheelchair means you're never disconnected (pictures)
Sep 16This 'smart' wheelchair knows to send repair notices, health alerts
Sep 15How Verizon's Go90 ended up as a mobile-only video service
Sep 14AT&T Mobility chief: Don't get too excited about superfast 5G wireless yet