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Shurly shom mishtake ? Don't You mean watches ? :roll:
Well, everything is not always as it seems on a Google voice search.
I've had my Android Kit Kat 4.2 tablet ( yes I know this isn't a vintage cookery forum ) for some time now and had never used the Google voice search ---- until now.
I tried to preface the word 'watch' with some brand names ( i.e. Rolex watch ).
The tablet was pretty good and recognized my search request 100 % correctly for the following brands.
Rolex, Accurist, Bulova, Seiko, Jaeger LeCoultre, Timex, Hublot.

Not so sure about some others :roll:

Zenith watch ------------------Zombie walk 2014
Zenith El Primero ------- -------Dennis El Primero ( who he ? )
Gallet watch ------------------ Gal a watch you
Enicar watch ------------------ A little waltz for Mischa
Longines watch --------------- Lulu watch that man. And, Lingerie models watch
Breitling watch ---------------- Blunt rolling wok
Orfina watch ------------------ Hat's off to Christmas watch online
Patek Philippe watch ----------- Patrick silly face
Vacheron Constantin watch ---- So long, and thanks for all the fish

And I know we're never going to hear the end of this from you Speedie fans but -----

Omega watch ---------------- Only God walks !

Either I need a set of false teeth or maybe an American accent for that Google thing in me tablet ?
 

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I believe there is a way to train Google Voice to an individual speaker... I no longer use it...for some of the reasons pointed out here :)

Funny!
 
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And I know we're never going to hear the end of this from you Speedie fans but -----

Omega watch ---------------- Only God walks !
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I've never laughed so much

Matt
 
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Hi there,

when I'm bored I occasionally feed Google Translator forth and back. I guess I found a new favorite for this purpose.

Regards, Roland Ranfft
When Battelle was first building these translators in the 70's (Russian > English... a CIA contract) they tested them the same way. "The Spirit is willing but the flesh is weak" became "The whiskey is good but the meat is rotten" :)
 
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