Google Search by voice in Times Square!

Google Search by voice in Times Square!
As part of Verizon's "Droid Does" campaign and has been developed in partnership with Reuters and R/GA, a digital advertising agency, Google Search by voice is powering Times Square's largest combined displays -- the Reuters Sign and the NASDAQ sign.

Anyone can call 888-376-4336 and say the name of a business or a location that they want to search for, like "museum of modern art" or "pizza". Then, the query and local search results from Google will appear on one of the two electronic billboards. This promo has been up and running for a few select hours each day for the past few weeks but on Black Friday, the DROID will take over the displays for a full 20 hours. And for those of you that aren't in Manhattan on that day, you can still watch the action via webcam.
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