Greetings Dragon Fans! Some of you may remember last year when we announced that the all-new T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide would feature the dynamic Genius Button powered by Nuance. And we have more great news to pass along today! Nuance is also powering T-Mobile’s Genius Search on the T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q.

T-Mobile’s Genius Button lets you control your entire phone simply with the power of speech. Its true, you can send emails, text messages, get directions, search the Web and even access your downloadable music library—all using your voice!

And now with the addition of Genius Search, you have an even faster and smarter way of finding anything you want on the mobile Web! Genius Search not only hears what you say, it actually understands what you want, sending you results from the content providers you rely on the most including AccuWeather,, Bing,, ESPN, Expedia, Facebook, Fandango,, LiveNation,, OpenTable, Pandora ® internet radio, Rotten Tomatoes, Spotify, Twitter, Wikipedia, Wolfram|Alpha, Yelp, YouTube, Yahoo! and many others.


So what are some things you can say?


  • “Make reservations for five people tonight at Red Bones”. This will instantly book a table via OpenTable and allow you to see recent reviews from Yelp!
  • “Buy tickets to the Sox game for tomorrow”. This will quickly find the best seats for the game via TicketMaster and others, as well as give you info on your favorite team on
  • “Find flights from Boston to Edinburgh in August”. This will help you find the best travel deals on


Both the T-Mobile myTouch and the T-Mobile myTouch Q are now available at T-Mobile retail stores, from select dealers and national retailers, and online at for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate card with a two-year agreement on a qualifying plan. For more information visit


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