Speech Technology Magazine

January 11, 2012


Feature

Are Speech Vendors About to Do the Mash?

This new technique promises significantly faster application development.

Forward Thinking

Busting the Myth of Identity Theft

How safe is safe enough?

Speech Technology Digest

Vlingo Announces its Virtual Assistant for Smarter TV

First integrated Virtual Assistant for TV will improve content discovery and TV controls for a better entertainment experience,

Kia Motors Debuts Voice-Enabled UVO

Second-generation infotainment system adds new smartphone-based connectivity.

Ford Enables Voice Control of NPR

New application gives users access to National Public Radio stations in the car.

AT&T, Panasonic Automotive to Develop Voice-Enabled Assistant

WATSON technology will let drivers interact with vehicles in everyday language

VoiceBox and Toyota Partner on In-Car Voice Technology

Partnership seeks to bring personal assistant voice-enabled applications to Toyota and Lexus car brands.

Nouvaris Teams with Panasonic for ASR Product

Companies unveil embedded speech recognition software.

Nuance, Intel Collaborate on Voice-Enabled Device

New app to add natural voice technology to Intel Ultrabooks this year.

Nuance Unveils Dragon TV

Dragon TV supports set-top boxes, remote control, and application platforms.

ActiveVideo Builds Voice-Controlled TV Navigation Platform

CloudTV H5 application platform used with Siri.

Speech Technology News Features

UC Market to Reach $27.3 Billion This Year

The unified communication and collaboration market sees growth despite challenges.

New Technology Reveals 130-Year Old Recordings

Optical technique recovers Volta disk recordings.

 
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