Embedded Solutions > Features
Speech solutions that can be integrated into other devices.


Mobile Speech Promises Glittering Prizes But Also Serious Challenges

Keynote panel at SpeechTEK 2011 explores smartphone frontier.

The 2011 Market Leaders

Making Mobile Business-Appropriate

How speech is finding its way onto smartphones and saving you big bucks

At A Crossroads

Why today's market share dominance doesn't portend tomorrow's environment

Convenience Drives the Speech Technology Market

New SVOX research in the United Kingdom finds that text-to-speech and speech recognition offer convenience and safety benefits.

Want to Listen to the Beatles? Just Ask for the “Fab Four”

Gracenote provides a solution for music search in the MyFord Touch.

A Touch of Genius

Nuance will power the Genius button's Hands-Free Messaging on T-Mobile MyTouch 4G.

Competition Heats Up

But delivering functional voice search services will take time and effort.

Continental Airlines Takes Off with Speech

While many of its competitors are still floundering in the wake of 9/11 and rising fuel prices, Continental Airlines' stock price has nearly tripled since October 2005. Clearly, Continental is doing a few things right and one of them is its speech technology.

Speech Enables Wake Forest University Students to Go Mobile

Speech Lends Its Voice to Help Hurricane Victims

Hurricane Katrina made landfall on August 29 with 140 mph winds, followed shortly thereafter by Hurricane Rita's 120 mph winds on September 24. With flood waters seeping over levees and homes in shambles, victims of the first hurricane scrambled to prepare for Rita's insurgence. Having realized the devastation of Katrina, Texas evacuated over 2.5 million people from multiple coastal cities - preparing for the worst1. Miles of traffic with delays of 15 to 20 hours…