Speech Technology Magazine

November 30, 2011


FYI

Nuance and Vlingo Battle in Court

A federal jury in Boston in early August settled one patent case leveled against Vlingo by Nuance Communications, but the legal battles between the two rival Massachusetts speech companies are far from over.

Speech Technology Digest

Acapela Kiosk Lets Publishers Voice-Enable Huge Amounts of Text

The new online service offers a smart collaborative text-to-speech production solution.

Intelliverse Launches Cloud Communications Solutions for Retail Electric Providers

Cloud-based voice applications optimize operations and deliver exceptional, cost-effective services and improved customer experience

MeMeMe Partners with Entertainment Software Rating Board for Mobile Voice Recognition Services

With this new mobile app, shoppers can now obtain the ratings information and search ESRB's database of rated games while in the store using their voice.

Phone.com Enhances Its Business Suite

New call recording and group text messaging functions highlight the additions to its cloud-based phone services.

Speech Technology News Features

Tronton Launches Talking Mobile Virtual Assistant

The new "Cluzee" virtual personal assistant app employs voice recognition and synthesis, a conversational interface, and machine learning.

The Business Case

Unified Communications Is in Your Future

Benefits include collaboration and ease of mobile device use.

 
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