Google is keeping their iPhone development party rolling with a new application that allows users to search using their voice. Load up the application, which should be available shortly, and just ask it a question.
Using voice recognition technology and GPS or cell-tower triangulation, the application can provide results for questions like, "Where's the nearest Starbucks?"
One would assume that the feature would eventually make it to Google's own Android OS at some point. Researchers believe that Google will be able to leap ahead of the competition in the voice-recognition field by storing and analyzing large amounts of voice data from user-use.
Yahoo and Microsoft already offer voice recognition-based search on mobile devices.