There’s nothing like a good marketing blunder to kick the earlier parts of the week off. Verizon’s marketing department wants you to know that you can speak where you want to go into your phone and never get lost again, and they give a little visual of the application which helps you do just that. The only problem? Their DROID X is running iOS, apparently. We know you guys want the iPhone to come to your carrier, but I’m certain this just isn’t the way to do it. [Verizon via Engadget]
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