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Google's GOOG-411 updated with link to maps

Darren Murph
07.05.07
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If you've been enjoying Google's (free) GOOG-411 service, but felt that it would serve your needs infinitely better if it just included some pictorial delight, you're in luck. The voice search service has undergone a recent update, and now you can simply say "map it" during your GOOG-411 call to receive a text message "with the details of your search plus a link to a map of your results." Leave it to Google to remove the need for, um, anything else in the world one application at a time.

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