May 8, 2007

Landline phone that could show contextual Google Ads

ip-landline.jpg Mad4Mobile Phones reports on a patent for a landline phone that displays Google Ads.

"The patent document, discovered by ZDNet shows how the Internet Protocol Phone System would be able to display Google Ads as well as other HTML and image adverts downloaded from the internet."

... "The transmitted advertisements can be determined based on the geographical location of the telephones and on temporal criteria. For example, in a urban or suburban community advertisements relating to fast food restaurants will be transmitted in the late afternoon and early evening, while grocery store advertisements will be transmitted in the early morning. "

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