From: Tony Finch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 29 2000 - 17:01:25 PDT
Adam Rifkin <Adam@KnowNow.Com> wrote:
>Google Simplifies Wireless Data Entry with Google Number Search
>GNS dramatically simplifies the process of entering search queries into a
>WAP phone. With conventional WAP input, a user must push number keys
>multiple times to choose which of the multiple letters a key represents.
>For example, a user must push 666 for the letter O. With GNS, a user need
>only push a number key once to choose a particular letter. Google
>determines the possible queries and presents the user with the most
>relevant web pages.
Don't phones already have this built-in -- I mean the number->text
best-match conversion, not the web search part.
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