Speech Technology Magazine

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Visual Voicemail Captures Consumer Interest

Most people would prefer to receive voicemail displayed in an email-like inbox, a survey finds.
FYI, Posted 01 May 2009

Google Moves on Voicemail-to-Text Market

The release of Google Voice brings the search engine giant into the telephony space.
FYI, Posted 01 May 2009

Market Spotlight: Insurance

Voice 'Insures' Greater Efficiency: Speech solutions move to help the industry overcome its dependence on paper.
FYI, Posted 02 Apr 2009

Overheard/Underheard

Under-the-radar speech news
FYI, Posted 02 Apr 2009

Kindle 2's TTS Flare-Up Quickly Extinguished

Amazon will let authors and publishers decide whether text-to-speech will be available for their specific titles.
FYI, Posted 02 Apr 2009

Yahoo Looks to Mobile to Increase Its Share of Searches

The search engine provider hints at a move to mobile search.
FYI, Posted 02 Apr 2009

Voice Search Will Challenge Contact Centers

More viable mobile Web services will likely lead to an increase in contact center traffic, Voice Search 2009 panelists predict.
FYI, Posted 02 Apr 2009

Dictaphone Turns 100

Nuance Communications marks the centennial of its leading dictation brand.
FYI, Posted 22 Dec 2008

Voxeo Acquires VoiceObjects

Voice platform provider expands solutions for enterprise and mobile carriers and extends its European footprint
FYI, Posted 09 Dec 2008

Overheard/Underheard

Under-the-radar speech news
FYI, Posted 06 Feb 2009

AAA Suggests No Safety Benefit in Hands-Free

An Auto Club study shows hands-free devices are just as dangerous as handsets.
FYI, Posted 06 Feb 2009

2009: A Nail in the Road for Automotive Speech?

The rough economy could place in-car system sales in jeopardy.
FYI, Posted 06 Feb 2009

Market Spotlight: Telecommunications

Hold the phone! Economic strain and increasing competition force telcos to seek revenue-generation over technology upgrades.
FYI, Posted 06 Feb 2009

Gartner Names Contact Center Leaders

Alcatel-Lucent, Aspect, Avaya, Cisco, Genesys, Interactive Intelligence, and Nortel comprise the Leaders Quadrant.
FYI, Posted 06 Feb 2009

Overheard/Underheard

Under-the-radar speech news.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Digium and Skype Collaborate on Business Phone Systems

Vendors combine on low-cost Skype for Asterisk for smaller firms.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Tellme Adds a New Aspect to Its Call Center Offerings

Aspect and Tellme enter a partnership to expand IP solution.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Market Spotlight: Financial Services

A Market Is Ready to Make Money Mobile.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Speech Helps Hurricane Evacuees

Voxify's speech solutions handle call spikes from those forced out of their homes.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Industry Dashboard

The Half Empty and the Half Full
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Nuance Acquires Philips Speech Recognition Systems

The deal increases the company's healthcare dictation business throughout Europe.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

University Project Could Yield a New Mobile Speech Application

MIT Researchers are developing a wheelchair that will navigate on its own in response to voice commands.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Google's GAUDI Indexes Audio

The Internet search giant releases a took that makes audio in election-related videos searchable.
FYI, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Overheard/Underheard

Under-the-radar speech news
FYI, Posted 01 Oct 2008

A New Dragon Emerges

Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 is faster and more accurate than the previous version.
FYI, Posted 01 Oct 2008

Market Spotlight: Government

Voice Vote: New Machine Could Revolutionize Elections
FYI, Posted 01 Oct 2008

'Press 1' for Caller Thoughts

Users prefer service to technology, a panel revealed.
FYI, Posted 01 Oct 2008

Former Hacker Tackles IVR and Voice Biometric SecurityListen to this article in TTS, powered by Loquendo

SpeechTEK's Wednesday keynoter details how easy it can be for a professional fraudster to trick speech systems.
FYI, Posted 01 Oct 2008

SpeechTEK Keynoter Highlights the Shrinking Technological WorldListen to this article in TTS, powered by Loquendo

Noted author and futurist Ray Kurzweil predicts the disappearance of computers in favor of smaller, more portable, and more capable devices.
FYI, Posted 18 Aug 2008