Speech Technology eWeekly -
April 28, 2010
Google Expands Voice Search in Google Maps
Search by Voice comes to Google Maps 4.1 for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 phones.
Newfound Launches Free 48-Port Version of Its Call Recorder
New IP Call Recorder 2.0 is now available for immediate download,
Nuance's Acquisitions Cement Its Position in Voicemail to Text, Dictation
The company brings its speech technologies to new audiences and devices.
The Driving Need for More Speech
Two initiatives expand Nuance Communications' reach in the automotive sector.
Speech Technology News
Loquendo TTS Powers iPhone Translating App in 16 Languages
Loquendo offers the voices for Sonico Mobile's iTtranslate application.
Read Your Voicemail with Iperia’s Visual Voice Messaging App
Yap provides fully automated voicemail-to-text transcription for Iperia.
Nuance Launches Dragon Dictation for Email, Available Now for BlackBerry
BlackBerry smartphone users can now access the power of Dragon NaturallySpeaking to dictate directly into email.
Speech Recognition Capabilities Added to the DiaStar Server
Dialogic and LumenVox team up to bring the LumenVox ASR solution to Asterisk developers building voice and video applications with the DiaStar Server.
OAISYS Adds to Talkument and Tracer Call Recording Software
Enhancements include SIP trunk recording, speech analytics, on-demand licensing, and multilanguage support.
SRC Delivers Digital Dictation at Nottingham University Hospitals
Following an initial pilot, typing turnaround times have been reduced by 21 days and urgent clinical correspondence is being completed and sent within 24 hours.