As reported by the New York Times, Google's iPhone application will soon get voice functionality, allowing users to speak a search term, which is then transmitted to Google's servers, recognized (theoretically), then entered as a search term. Geez... is the iPhone's virtual keyboard that bad?
According to the report:
"The sound is converted to a digital file and sent to Google?s servers, which try to determine the words spoken and pass them along to the Google search engine.
"The search results, which may be displayed in just seconds on a fast wireless network, will … Read more