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Google Revamps Image Search for Feature Phones

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Aug 20, 2009, 3:39 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today Google announced that it has enhanced the image search capability for most feature phones. The new function will pack in between 8 and 14 images onto a screen's display after users search for an item. Clicking on one of the images will take the user to a page with information about that image, where they may also choose to view the image and its associated web site or jump to the next picture. The enhanced image search feature is built into the mobile Google home page. It is free to use.

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Aug 20, 2009, 3:45 PM

Paying for wallpapers=obsolete

I am still kind of in shock that carriers charge a dollar (or more) for a photo to use as wallpapers.

Maybe this will help break anyone of that insanity.
WoW that is craZy, screw that.
They have been trying to maintain that ripoff business by blocking bluetooth file transfer.

I notice T-Mobile is more likely to pull that scam on cheap phones. Blackberry and Windows phones can receive images and ringers, but the samsung T329.

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