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When Web, Technology Automatically Identifies The Caller

Anyone using Google Voice may have noticed the individual making the call doesn't need to announce their name for the caller to know who's calling. The person receiving the call knows the caller's name without the caller having to provide it. The automatic identification feature is moving across Android devices. Google's been building that feature into Nexus phones. Now Cyanogen is going the same. Cyanogen is the building native integration of Bing, Skype, OneDrive, OneNote, Outlook, and Microsoft Office into Cyanogen's OS later this year.

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