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Check out this great tutorial on the most innovative car manufacturer Honda from the best Honda Dealership in Torrance Ca. Scott Robinson Honda. Drive away today in a new Honda car with the latest features like voice activated climate control, Navigation and Radio. Why push buttons when you can activate the Honda car of your choice with your voice. Check out www.scottrobinson**** for more information.
21 Apr 2009
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*******www.bestbuymobile**** The Best Buy Mobile team describes the voice activated Blackberry application, Vlingo. With Vlingo you can use your voice to activate search and messaging on Google and Yahoo, as well as update your Twitter and Facebook status. Vlingo helps make your life easier by saving you time. Mark: Hi I’m Mark, from Minneapolis, Best Buy Mobile. I want to show you an application today called Vlingo. Vlingo is available through App World on your BlackBerry. Now Vlingo makes it really easy to use the power of your voice to search in Google, Yahoo, send a message; text message, email. You can also update your Twitter, your Facebook status, by speaking into your phone. Let me show you. “Send message to Tim Smith: message, I’ll be late five minutes. It’s pretty simple; let me show you one more “Google, pizza” This is a great app, it’s a time saver, it makes life really, really simple. Say you’re walking down the street, instead of taking your phone out to actually type in pizza, you can simply speak to your phone. It makes life a lot easier.
5 Feb 2010
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Mtn View Ford in Chattanooga says let us help you set up Microsoft Sync in your new Ford. Our Internet sales team of Rodney, Shaun and Bo are well qualified to assist you, even if you bought your Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicle from another dealer. We're here to help anyway we can. 423.763.0316 or www.yourfordguys**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Feb 2009
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How to play Installed batteries, put the poodle into the teacup which is incidental, or any place, when you touch the poodle, it will call,also would like a baby; in accordance with a specific location for display the poodle in the teacup, the poodle will close its eyes to sleep. Need not take care, as long as you happy, poodle on-call! China supplier: Email : fangzhengcnhotmail**** Skype ID : chanceller819 *******chinagift.en.ecplaza****
23 Feb 2010
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Hang up the ring on a wall and turn on the switch When sound is produced the spider will respond and fall down suddenly After coming down, the spider will then climb up again Use 2 x AA batteries (not included) Dimensions: 8.66 in x 5.31 in x 1.69 in Weight: 8.22 oz China supplier: Email : fangzhengcnhotmail**** Skype ID : chanceller819 *******chinagift.en.ecplaza****
4 Jun 2011
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Ford Motor Company announced it's bringing back the well-known Ford Taurus name. The vehicle that redefined affordable family transportation is back with the new face of Ford – a bold new exterior design, more power and more standard safety features. The company also introduces a new name – Taurus X– for its three-row crossover and returns the Mercury Sable to the lineup as upgraded 2008-model versions. All three vehicles go on sale this summer. The move links a strong brand name with award winning vehicles. The 2008- model Taurus sedan and Taurus X – replace the Ford Five Hundred and Ford Freestyle. Each feature the signature Ford touch of the horizontal three-bar grille, standard electronic stability control, and other refinements to make it more distinctive, quieter, faster and safer. The 2008-model Mercury Sable replaces the Mercury Montego with extensive design, powertrain, and safety upgrades, as well as unique touches that make it a Mercury. They include Mercury's signature satin aluminum waterfall grille, jeweled projector beam headlamps, and a two-tone interior trim with unique accents. The vehicles offer available features that deliver style and the technology features customers desire like Ford Sync™. Ford Sync™, powered by Microsoft Auto software, is Ford’s new fully integrated, voice-activated in-car communications and entertainment system for mobile phones and digital music players. The Taurus X offers one touch flip-and-fold second-row seating and an available power rear liftgate. The Taurus name remains powerful today. It is one of the top three most recognized Ford nameplates, behind only the F-series and Mustang. Customer awareness of the Taurus nameplate remains at an impressive 80 percent. A video report from Ford Motor Company
13 Feb 2007
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Iconic British carmaker Jaguar will unveil the brand new XF at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month. Fusing the outstanding performance of a sports car with the comfort and refinement of a luxury saloon, the XF certainly remains true to the traditional Jaguar philosophy of creating fast, beautiful cars. Yet it is also bristing with cutting edge design features and technological innovation, which make the XF one of the most sophisticated new vehicles around. The sweeping lines of the exterior are unmistakeably Jaguar, but despite its coup‚ styling, inside the XF is spacious enough to comfortably seat five adults. The engineering excellence and finely crafted instruments are everything one would expect from the world class manufacturer, and complement an array of leading customer friendly technology. Drivers can enjoy steering wheel mounted gearchange paddles, an industry-first rotary shift interface and even voice-activated navigation and telephone functions. The best torsional stiffness in its class delivers both refinement and dynamic performance - underpinning the driver-focussed yet remarkably comfortable driving experience. Mick Mohan, XF Chief Programme Engineer comments: "The interior of the XF is a combination of style and substance. It bristles with innovative, industry-leading features. From the smart technical solution of the JaguarDrive SelectorTM, through the seamless efficiency of rotating vents, to the simplicity of Touch-screen control, the XF proves aesthetics and function can work together in perfect harmony." The XF is due to be in showrooms in March 2008 and will be available from launch with a range of four engines,** all featuring Jaguar's proven six-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted 'paddles' for manual gear selection (Jaguar Sequential ShiftTM): - 2.7-litre V6 twin-turbocharged diesel: 0-60mph in just 7.7 secs (0-100kph in 8.2 secs) and a top speed of 143 mph; - 3.0-litre V6 petrol: 0-60mph in 7.9 secs (0-100kph in 8.3 secs) and a top speed of 148mph; - 4.2 n/a V8 petrol: 0-60mph in 6.2 secs (0-100kph in 6.5 secs) and a top speed electronically limited to 155mph; - 4.2 s/c V8 petrol: 0-60mph in 5.1 secs (0-100kph in 5.4 secs) and a top speed electronically limited to 155mph. Produced for Jaguar
13 Sep 2007
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Welcome to the SYNC Your Life contest from Ford SYNC. If you could voice activate something in your life – what would it be? Enter a video showing us and you could win a fully equipped 2008 Ford Focus with SYNC, star in a web commercial, and tons of other prizes.
25 Jan 2008
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With the Instinct’s voice activated search and GPS system – you’ll always know where to find just what you’re looking for.
4 Jun 2008
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httpwww.freemantoyota**** Whether you are looking for a car with superior performance or the latest high tech amenities the 2009 Camry Solara is the perfect fit for you. Freeman Toyota of Ft Worth carries the fully stocked Solara complete with wireless Bluetooth and a voice activated navigation system. All this is driven by a 24 valve V6 engine. Go to httpwww.freemantoyota**** or call 888-796-0393 EXT. 1000 to experience the perfect combination of technology and power. Freeman Toyota is conveniently located and nearby Southlake and Colleyville.
23 Sep 2008
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Talk&Train performs flawlessly in equestrian training. Talk, train,and listen - wirelessly, day or night, in any weather, and at distances of up to two miles. Talk&Train mini weighs only 6.6 ounces and features 2-way voice activation, rechargeable power is 10 times less expensive than the competition and has 34 times the range.  Talk&Train provides effortless communication for equestrian training for $99.00
4 Nov 2008
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An Italian architect said he is poised to start construction on a new skyscraper in Dubai that will be "the world's first building in motion," an 80-story tower with revolving floors that give it an ever-shifting shape. The spinning floors, hung like rings around an immobile cement core, would offer residents a constantly changing view of the Persian Gulf and the city's futuristic skyline. A few penthouse villas would spin on command using a voice-activated computer. The motion of the rest of the building would be choreographed in patterns that could be altered over time. Speaking at a news conference in New York on Tuesday, the building's designer, David Fisher, declared that his tower will revolutionize the way skyscrapers are made -- a claim that might strike some as excessively bold. Fisher acknowledges that he is not well known, has never built a skyscraper before and hasn't practiced architecture regularly in decades. But he insisted his lack of experience wouldn't stop him from completing the project, which has attracted top design talent, including Leslie E. Robertson, the structural engineer for the World Trade Center and the Shanghai World Financial Center. "I did not design skyscrapers, but I feel ready to do so," Fisher said. Twisting floors are just one of several futuristic features in the building, the first of several Fisher hopes to build with a similar design. Giant wind turbines installed between every floor, he said, will generate enough electricity to power the entire building, and lifts will allow penthouse residents to park their cars right at their apartments. A second version of the tower, to be built in Moscow, would have a retractable helicopter pad. Both structures, at over 1,300 feet, would be taller than the Empire State Building. Even the method of construction would be unorthodox. Fisher said each floor will be prefabricated in an Italian factory, then shipped to the site to be attached to the core. Assembling a building in this fashion, he said, will require only 80 technicians and take only 20 months, saving tens of millions of dollars, for a total cost of $700 million to build. On its face, the project seems to pose a number of complicated engineering puzzles. How would the plumbing hookups work in an apartment that is constantly moving? Fisher said the pipes will connect to the core via attachments similar to the ones used by military aircraft for in-flight refueling. Wouldn't people get dizzy? No, says Fisher. The rotations will be slow enough that no one will notice. With so many moving parts, wouldn't the building be a maintenance nightmare? Fisher said the building's modular construction will allow easy access to parts that need to be replaced. Robertson, who attended Tuesday's news conference, said that the skyscraper might be unusual, but is "absolutely" buildable. "You can build anything," he said, smiling. Fisher declined to say exactly where in Dubai the tower will be built or when site work might begin. He insisted, however, that factory production is set to start within weeks and that the tower, which will contain office space, a luxury hotel and apartments, will be complete by 2010. Sales of individual apartments will begin in September, with asking prices of around $3,000 per square foot. The smallest, at 1,330 square feet, would cost about $4 million and the largest, a 12,900-square-foot villa, $38.7 million. Skeptics might question Fisher's credentials to pull off the job. In a biography he had been distributing for months, he said he graduated from the University of Florence in 1976, came to New York in the mid-1980s and later developed hotels and ran a company that specialized in stone and prefabricated construction materials. The biography also said he received an honorary doctorate from "The Prodeo Institute at Columbia University in New York." No such institution exists, however, and Columbia said it had never awarded Fisher an honorary degree. Asked to explain the discrepancy, Fisher said, through his New York publicists, that he had been awarded the degree by the Catholic University of Rome during a ceremony in 1994 held at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, which is near Columbia's campus. Asked again to clarify the name of the school that conferred the degree, Fisher's publicists said in an e-mail that the information has been removed from his bio "because he wants to be entirely accurate and cannot be with this information."
9 Nov 2008
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A concert is a live performance, usually of music, before an audience. The music may be performed by a single musician, sometimes then called a recital, or by a musical ensemble, such as an orchestra, a choir, or a musical band. Informal names for a concert include "show" and "gig". Concerts are held in a wide variety of settings or venues, including pubs, nightclubs, houses, barns, dedicated concert halls, entertainment centres, large multipurpose buildings, and even sports stadiums. A concert held in a very large venue is sometimes called an arena concert. Regardless of the venue, musicians usually perform on a stage. Before the dominance of recorded music, concerts would be the only opportunity one would generally have to hear musicians play. While the principal reason for a concert is the opportunity for the musicians to perform in front of an audience, even the most purely artistic of endeavors will see gains. Concerts provide the musicians exposure to the public. An attendee will probably see the musicians perform again if the concert was worthwhile. Recording artists usually go on tours to promote record sales and introduce their fans to new musical compositions. Some musicians and musical groups are known for consistently touring and holding concerts, others rarely so.A concert tour is a series of concerts by a musician, musical group, or some number of either in different cities or locations. Especially in the popular music world, such tours can become large-scale enterprises that last for several months or even years, are seen by hundreds of thousands or millions of people, and bring in millions of dollars (or the equivalent) in ticket revenues. Different segments of long-lived concert tours are known as "legs". Concert tours are often administered on the local level by concert promoters or by performing arts presenters.The nature of a concert will vary by musical genre and individual groups in those genres. Concerts by a small jazz combo and a small bluegrass band may have the same order of program, mood, and volume, but vary in music and dress. In a similar way, a particular musician, band, or genre of music might attract concert attendees with similar dress, hairstyle, and behavior. For example, the hippies of the 70s often toted long hair (sometimes in dread lock form), sandals and inexpensive clothing made of natural fibers. The regular attendees to a concert venue might also have a recognizable style, comprising that venue's "scene". Musical groups with large expected audiences can put on very elaborate and expensive affairs. In order to create a memorable and exciting atmosphere and increase the spectacle, the musicians will frequently include additional entertainment devices within their concerts. These tend to include changeable stage lighting effects and various special effect visuals, which include anything from large video screens, inflatables, smoke or dry ice, pyrotechnics, artwork, pre-recorded video, and unusual attire, such as KISS. Some singers, especially in genres of popular music, augment the sound of their concerts with pre-recorded accompaniment and even broadcast vocal tracks of the singer's own voice. Activities which may take place during large-scale concerts include dancing, sing-alongs, moshing, headbanging, and crowd-surfing. Larger concerts involving a greater number of musical groups, especially those that last for multiple days, are known as festivals. Examples include the Bloodstock Open Air, Woodstock Music and Art Festival, Oxegen, Bath Festival, Salzburg Festival, the Newport Jazz Festival, Leeds & Reading Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Glastonbury Festival, Chucks house, Roskilde Festival, Isle of Wight Festival and Summer Sonic.It is common practice to implement some form of admission charge for a concert, although there are also free concerts. The proceeds from the ticket sales traditionally go to the performing artistes, producers, and organisers. However, there are also benefit concerts where either the proceeds or profits will go to charity.
2 Dec 2008
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Here at Metro Ford in Schenectady, We are your place for all of your new car selection. We have a GIGANTIC selection of most stylish crossover available - The Ford Edge. The Edge offers available All-Wheel Drive. AWD doesn't just react to wheel slippage when it occurs. It predicts traction and automatically delivers the precise and proper amount of engine torque to all of the wheels even before slippage occurs. The Edge has available voice-activated Ford SYNC Communications and Entertainment System and it allows you to access your music collection by genre, album, artist or song title and operate your Bluetooth-enabled phone with simple voice commands. Come in a test drive the Edge today - You’ll never look at another Crossover. Plus, We’re still looking for a deal we can’t beat.Theres dozens to choose from and it’s only at Metro Ford Of Schenectady, at 3601 State Street. Please call us at (518) 724.1884 Or, Shoot us a quick email at metrofordnygmail**** Thanks!
12 Dec 2008
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Slightly whacky but never the less very cool, Neutrano were show-casing watches that are also phones, DPFs, calendars and cameras. Plus, an alarm clock that's voice activated.
15 Jan 2009
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A Comedy sketch about a voice activated device that helps you retrieve stuff. Keys, remote controls...etc. However this device that is ordered (The Find O Matic 5000) seems to be defective by taking the customer on journeys across town and the far off places.
11 Jan 2009
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